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 Posted: Mon Apr 18th, 2011 10:28 pm
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We have a GE Fridge, TFX28PBDABB. One of the water lines that runs up the back of the fridge has developed a leak down by what appears to be a compressor. The line is leaking behind a black materail that looks like it protects the line. Is there a kit to repair these lines? Are these consumer replacebale?

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