Credit cost – 4 Credits
Add-on cost – $67.00
When to do this:
Replacing your refrigerator supply line may be necessary under specific circumstances.
Firstly, if you notice any signs of wear, such as cracks, leaks, or bulges in the supply line, it’s important to replace it immediately. Damaged supply lines can lead to water leaks, causing potential water damage to your kitchen and surrounding areas.
Additionally, if you’re experiencing reduced water flow, inconsistent water pressure, or an unusual taste or odor in the water dispensed by your refrigerator, it could be an indication of a compromised supply line.
Another important consideration is the age of the supply line. Over time, supply lines can deteriorate, become brittle, or develop weakened connections.
It’s recommended to replace the supply line every 5 to 10 years, even if there are no visible signs of damage, as a preventive measure to avoid potential leaks or failures. Regularly inspecting and replacing your refrigerator supply line ensures the safety, functionality, and reliability of your water supply to the refrigerator, protecting your home from water damage and ensuring the quality of your ice and water.