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Thread: Whirlpool Gold counter depth side by side leaking water

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    Question Whirlpool Gold counter depth side by side leaking water

    Model Number: GSC25C6EYY01
    Brand: Whirlpool
    Age: 1-5 years

    Hello,

    My Whirlpool Gold side by side Model#GSC25C6EYY01 just started leaking water from what looks like the stainless steel skin on the left side of the refrigerator. I followed up from previous forum posts by: cleaning out the entire refrigerator, cleaning drain (no ice was observed), vacuuming the bottom. I turned it back on and still leaked. I then shut off the water to the water dispenser/ice maker and the leak stopped, making me believe it has to be an internal problem. Any advice on fixing it including the parts and instructions would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Hi,

    Pull your refrigerator out from the wall, then remove the lower back access panel and check the water inlet valve for leakage.

    Here's the water inlet valve for your model you can order if needed:
    Whirlpool W10258562 Valve-Inlt


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