Bad Tasting Ice

[ 0 ] April 27, 2012 |

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Does the ice from your freezer taste bad? If so, there are three possible causes.

1. By far, the leading reason for ice that tastes bad is water that tastes bad. The reason water tastes bad is because it is not filtered or if filtered, the filter needs to be replaced. Water filters need to be replaced regularly. Even if they are not getting much use, they should be replaced at least once a year.

2. The second reason that ice may taste bad is because it is old and stale. Over time stale ice can absorb food odors. Throw out the old ice, clean the ice bin and start fresh.

3. Finally, air circulates throughout your refrigerator and freezer. It is possible for odor from open food containers or spilled foods to be transferred to your ice. The solution to this is to clean up spills and make sure food in the refrigerator is covered and sealed.

For replacement of your water filter check online or call the folks at Universal Appliance and Kitchen Center for more information. PH 877 696-2987

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