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MISSING CONECTOR AT BACK OF FRIDGE FOR WATER INTAKE

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These are sold seperatly. The manufacturers do not include them with the sale of the appliance.
I bought a kenmore and the same thing happened. these are for the automatic ICE MAKERS.
you have to buy the kit to hook the line up to a water source.
The reason they do not include this kit is because of the distance the appliance is to the different water supply sources.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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