Water is getting through the water line, and through the copper tubing below, but there is a blue round long part that it isn't getting through. I don't know what that part is. I have took the line off on both ends of this part . It's getting water but it isn't passing through.
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I would pat myself on the back a couple more days... and let the whole fringe get better (settle & wash out).
Just an errant thought...but if you have a water filter on your water supply I'm thinking I would rather know WHAT those spots were...
I'm thinking CHARCOAL (meaningless/harmless).
No FILTER = IRON OXIDE...
Means you have an advanced case of copper directly connected to steel pipe causing ELECTROLYSIS...
Find it fast or make sure your insurance is up to snuff.
I would capture a sample and test with a magnet
Some manufacturers suggest you toss the first load of cubes and go for it...
This problem is very common.The ice maker water passing line gets clogged or blocked by ice cube or gets frosted by ice or the water valve,which lets water to ice maker,tray, that valve gets faulty.
maker not working.-------------
Its the problem of water inlet valve. It's a
dual valve. This valve has two tubes in it. One for water dispenser and one
for ice maker chamber. The one side of valve is working, but other side of the
valve is not working. The valve is got stuck in one position
Click this link below to troubleshoot the
Follow the steps mentioned below to solve the problem:
First remove the ice bin and look inside the mold of the ice maker to see if it is full of ice. If the ice sensing arm is down ( on position) and the ice maker is full of ice, there is a failure inside the ice maker and the ice maker should be replaced.
If there is no ice in the ice maker, look at the fill tube on the rear of the ice maker. If the fill tube is frozen up the ice maker can't fill. You can defrost the fill tube with a hair dryer.
The water valve on the rear of the refrigerator supplies water to the water dispenser and the ice maker. Since the water dispenser is working, the only line that could be blocked runs up the back of the cabinet and attaches to the fill tube for the ice maker. The water valve could be bad and not sending water to the ice maker.
If the fill tube freezes again you should replace the water valve.
Hope this helps.
Clean out the new ice maker with warm soapy water.
Ensure that the floor surface under your refrigerator is level. If the floor surface under your refrigerator isn't level, you can place shims under the legs of the refrigerator to fix the uneven surface.
Turn off the main water supply to your house.
Clear the water line by running the faucets until the pipe clears.
Screw the copper supply line's connector to the house's cold water connector valve. Use an adjustable wrench to tighten the connection.
Slide the compression sleeve and nut onto the other end of the copper supply line. The compression sleeve and nut will wrap around the outside of the copper supply line.
Bend the copper supply line to fit into the water line inlet casing located on the back of the refrigerator. Leave slack in the line so that the refrigerator can be pulled away from the wall or cabinets. The water line inlet casing is a plastic bracket used to hold the copper supply line in place so that there is no pull on the tubing's connection. It is the larger of the two plastic brackets located on the back of the refrigerator.
Insert the compression sleeve located around the end of the copper supply line into the ice maker connector. The ice maker connector is already installed on the back of the Maytag refrigerator.
Tighten the nut over the connection between the compression sleeve on the copper supply line and the ice maker connector with an adjustable wrench.
Attach the water supply tube clamp to the water supply line by clipping it into place. The water supply tube clamp is a plastic bracket located on the back of the refrigerator that holds the supply tube so that it doesn't rattle and become disconnected. It is the smaller of the two brackets located on the back of the refrigerator.
Turn on the main water supply.
Check all connections for leaks.
Position the drain hose located on the back of the ice maker over your floor drain. Use a PVC pipe if you need to redirect the drain hose flow so that it falls over the floor drain. The PVC pipe should not touch the drain hose and should have no low point where the water can settle.
Plug the ice maker into a 3-prong grounded outlet.
The ice maker is what tells the water control valve to open so it may be correct now and the thermostat in ice maker may be defective. Part 27 or 627985 down below where it says Whirlpool Ice Maker Parts Breakdown and in that photo is the ice maker thermostat. If your ice maker has been used for many years the complete ice maker may be better to replace. Ice maker Model=> 4317943 Or click here=>Point and Click Then enter model or part number into search feature. If you have questions please ask, Thanks, Sea Breeze
Whirlpool Model ED5GTFXKQ02 Ice Maker Parts Breakdown
There three problem that will not make your ice maker to make ice. If the water’s route is blocked or the solenoid
If the bail wire is lifted—the ice maker won’t make ice.
Your home’s water pressure must be strong enough to
serve an ice maker.
For your ice maker to maker ice, be sure the bail wire above the ice tray is in the
down position. If the ice maker doesn’t make ice but you can see the
arm swing into motion and you hear a buzz for about 10 seconds after it
is finished, the water valve is asking for water that isn’t arriving.
This means the valve and the solenoid are probably okay, but the water
supply is not. Be sure the water supply line isn’t kinked behind or
beneath the refrigerator (1/4-inch copper tubing is much better than
plastic fill line).
Also,check to see if something has caused ice to back up
around the mechanism—this can cause the fill tube to freeze, blocking
the mechanism. When ice cubes are small and seem to be getting smaller,
it generally indicates a frozen fill tube.
Check the water line that enters the back of the
freezer for a blockage. Find the water shut-off valve behind the
refrigerator or under the sink, turn it off, unscrew the copper line
from the back of the refrigerator, put the copper line in a bucket, turn
on the valve, and see if pressurized water pours out.
water line attaches to a solenoid at the back of the refrigerator and
then travels to the ice maker. The solenoid may be defective or may not
be receiving power. You can try removing the sediment screen inside the
solenoid and flushing it with water to clean it, and at the same time
you can inspect any seals or diaphragms to ensure that they are sound.
Unplug the refrigerator first. Check the tap valve; a bad tap valve may cause the
problem where the ice maker supply tube connects to the water pipe. If
necessary, replace the inlet valve and the tap valve. For the tap valve,
use the type that requires you to drill a 1/4-inch hole (as opposed to
the “self-piercing” type). You can do this yourself, or call a repair person or plumber to install an inline water filter when replacing
Change the supply line to the plastic tube line or copper. Do not use a braided plastic or metal braided line these will make the water taste bad. Changed mine to the plastic line and cured mine, no filters needed.
Sounds like your condenser is dirty, condenser fan motor is out and it over heated the compressor. Since it get so hot, the plastic tubing is melted by the copper tubing ( plastic tubing is touching the hot copper tubing). It is not worth to fix it. Compressor cost $250-$300, plus condenser fan motor, plastic tubing and labor. U-Line has 5yr parts and labor sealed system Warr. U-Line ph # 800-779-2547
You said, Your Kitchenaid Superba KSRG25FKBL15 has bad tasting water and ice cubes. You
replaced the copper tubing which delivers the water to the fridge and
that didn't help. You replaced the copper tubing again with plastic
tubing...no better. Any suggestions? Your tap water doesn't taste this
bad.You bought a Kenmore french door fridge with water dispenser in the
door in July 2008. The fridge has a filter. A few weeks after the
fridge came the water and ice started tasting really bad, unlike any
bad water taste I have ever tasted. And your tap water is fine. The bad
taste appears to be random. Sometimes you get a cup full of nasty water
and sometimes it tastes fine.
First you must know you have a 1 year warranty and can have them come out to fix anything, no charge.If it persists. You will have to get tough and you , MUST INSIST THEY REPLACE YOUR FRIDGE
When installing the water line these were a part of the directions! Did you do this before connecting the water line to your fridge? "Place the free end of the tubing in a container or sink, and turn ON the main water supply. Flush the tubing until water is clear. Turn OFF the shutoff valve on the water pipe. Coil the copper tubing."
Whirlpool remedy Off-taste, odor or gray color in the ice 1.Are the plumbing connections new, causing discolored or off-flavored ice? Discard the first few batches of ice. 2.Have the ice cubes been stored too long? Throw old ice away and make a new supply. 3.Does the freezer and ice storage bin need to be cleaned? See “Cleaning” or “Ice Maker and Storage Bin.” 4.Has food in the freezer or refrigerator been wrapped properly? Use airtight, moisture-proof packaging to help prevent odor transfer to stored food. 5.Does the water contain minerals (such as sulfur)? A filter may need to be installed to remove the minerals. 6. Is there a water filter installed on the refrigerator? Gray or dark discoloration in ice indicates that the water filtration system needs additional flushing. Run additional water through the water dispenser to flush the water filtration system more thoroughly (at least 2 to 3 gal. [8 to 12 L] or 6 to 7 minutes initially). Discard discolored ice. Let me know what works, Thank You , HUUUM!!