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Sediments in the Ice - Refrigerator

Operation Refrigerators Last Updated 09/20/2017

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Sediments in the Ice

If you notice white particles floating in your beverage as your ice begins to melt, this may be calcium carbonate.
Calcium carbonate is a natural mineral present in many sources of water but not usually visible in tap water, since it normally dissolves.

  • As water freezes, the dissolved minerals solidify into tiny particles.
  • These particles can appear when the ice begins to melt.
  • White particles are more likely to occur if the water being supplied to your home is hard or well water.
  • If you remain concerned about the quality of your water, an inexpensive water quality test can be purchased at your local home improvement store.
  • You can also request a water quality test report from your local utility company.
  • To learn more about your appliance or any LG product, be sure to visit our YouTube channel or our LG website.

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