We added a WaterRight air injectionsystem to remove a horrible amount of sulphur in our well water. It works fantastically well (heh), but there’s one very small, very first-world, but nonetheless very vexing problem.
Our icemaker freezes the cubes too fast for the water to release the air. We’ve had Samsung out a couple times to try and fix it at the fridge-side to no avail. The cloudy, air-filled icecubes are too weak to be moved by the auger, so no matter what setting we have we end up with a morass of ice chips and fractured, pitiful cubes. Told you it was a small problem, but when you want one or two ice cubes for a glass of Scotch, it’s a Big Fucking Deal.
This isn’t a problem if the water can sit for a minute or two to let the air escape. I can access the line between the sink and the fridge; is there any way of letting the air out? I can certainly add a small tank under there, but how do I let out the air without letting out the pressure?