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Unable shut off line to ice maker(leaking)

Pin hole leak shooting water 5'-turned shutoff under sink-still leaks as a steady drip-have a bucket under it-only way to stop is to turn off main and
unplug init.

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Cut the bad piece out take it to home depot and tell the guy you need a double end quick connect and you can install the 2 ends together with it and your done,let me know how it turns out-mike

Posted on Oct 17, 2008

  • MIKE major Oct 18, 2008

    i give you a fixya answer,you give me a helpfull rating,what's up??????is your icemaker line leaking or the water valve under the sink?

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