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Old 02-14-2014, 10:28 AM   #1
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Water filter for 2008 Seabreeze.

Good afternoon to all.

We're at present in Southern Spain on a road trip from the UK.

I discovered a leak in one of my lockers the other day.

Above it is the heater and Fridge/freezer.

To cut a long story short the leak was from the water filter that feeds the ice maker,

It's very accessable with a tap so to stop the leak is simply turning off the tap.

My problem is I can't get the filter out of its plastic holder,I've twisted it in both directions and done all sorts,it won't move.

The actual leak is coming from the plastic casing but I can't disconnect the feeder pipe to the ice maker.

Any suggestions would be helpful......even daft ones to cheer me up !!!

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If there is enough slack in the lines, cut the whole thing out and install a new one. Try more force; it's already broke.



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Old 02-15-2014, 11:43 AM   #3
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Good Idea.

Yep...plenty of slack so I'll probably fit a European type filter.
I'll have to play around with the fittings but in the long run it will be easier to get a replacement in the UK.
Many Thanks for your reply.

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