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Water is leaking from unit in the back of the refrigerator in which the icemaker/water line is inserted. Is this worth fixing? How much will this cost? Thanks.

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Is it fixable? yes, of course

if the fridge is still in good to great shape otherwise it's probably worth it to do so

How much it will cost is not easy to estimate, a simple cut and reattach, assuming you have enough water line for that, is just labor, hour, hour and a half...a splice a little more...a custom piece replacement requiring the removal of every component in the refrigerator? pricey..... a lot depends on the specific model, and the price of labor in your area

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