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Icemaker won't fill with water

We've just moved. Pro movers handled packing, loading, moving, and unloading. Refrigerator, in-door water, and icemaker worked perfectly before move. After the move, I hooked up the icemaker to the water supply built in behind the refrigerator. Checked the water flow, there's plenty through the tubing to the refrigerator. Water-in-the-door feature works, but flows less than it did at other location, fills glass probably half as quickly as previously.

Icemake won't fill at all. Ref-side temp is 37-39 degF. Freezer-side temp is 0-5 degF. Built-in water filter indicator shows the filter is good, but will gladly replace if necessary. Checked the icemaker connection on top of the refrigerator, and the line is dry. No water visible in line.

No kinks anywhere in copper tubing from wall to ref, none visible in plastic lines under ref to fill valve and going toward door.

Is there an actuator or switch that needs to be activated? What have I missed?

Thanks very much,

Lynn B.

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  • LynnB5206 Sep 30, 2008

    Okay, it's fixed. I found a similar problem and solution here, and my problem was exactly the same. Thawed the fill line (very gently) with a heat gun, cycled the icemaker via the reset button, and the ice blockage came out. I cycled it several more times to clear the line completely, then buttoned it all back up. I should have ice by morning.

    Thanks very much for keeping questions and answers archived!

    Thanks again,

    Lynn B.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    The water is on - there seems to be water getting to the filter inside - but not to the door or icemaker...

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