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My icemaker is dispensing pink colored cubes. I've looked around to see if any liquids might have leaked into the dispenser but found nothing. I hope it's nothing dangerous that might've found it's way into the dispenser.

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First of all do not use these pink cubes or drink any water coming from the same source until the cause is nailed down. It could be as simple as making four full bins of ice, discarding each, until the cubes are normal. It could be that your ice maker is fed with a little 1/4 inch plastic line, no longer recommended, which is making the ice pink. [if that is the case change out the plastic with a braided stainless steel line. it will improve the quality of your water now and never ever break on you].

OR it could be a serious problem like water from your toilet tank being drawn back into your fresh water supply. All that being said, begin by not using the cubes and letting the machine produce four bins of ice which u discard. That is the most common fix.

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Change the filter on the back - it could possibly be overdue to change if that doesn't work. you may want to buy a new icemaker. Is there other water in the house that is pink incolor?

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