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T-valve will not shut off water to ice maker

I've sold the fridge. I turned the valve in the basement where the tube attaches. Water will not stop unless I turn off all water to house.

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Is the valve hard plumbed into the pipe or is it a clamp on add on sorta deal? Either way the valve needs to be replaced. If its hard plumbed simply replace the valve. If add on "piercing valve" it needs to be removed and the hole soldered closed or relace the line depending on the type of pipe you have. If you can be more specific I can walk you thru it.

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hello allamericananp,

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You said, the ice maker slowly stopped working, decreasing in the amount of ice it made until finally no ice at all. also, water trickles from water dispenser.

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