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There is probably Ice forming in the end of the water line. I fought this battle for a long time. Then I found the answer. The Freezer temperature is probably too cold. I have read that the temperature must be set to between 0 and 4 degrees. WRONG. It should be colder than 10 degrees and I have found best results with the freezer set to 6 or 8 degrees on the control panel. To test this. Take a blow dryer and heat up the area where the water comes into the icemaker. Use caution it is possible to melt some of the plastic in that area. Then, set the freezer temp to 6 or 8 degrees. It will probably work fine.
The plastic line that connects to the ice maker rubber FILL tube is what came off. Check inside the freezer and squeeze the end of the rubber tube at the back of the ice maker. I would bet it is frozen with ice. (Hand held hiar dryer for quite a while to defrost the tube FYI and do NOT melt the plactic of the ice maker water funnel.) What causes the tube to freeze is the inlet water valve starts bypassing water when it is supposed to shut off. The result of this bypassed water is a frozen rubber tube and the plactic tube on the back of the refirgerator blows off or leaks. This inlet water valve is NOT repairable.
The Fix... Replace the inlet water valve and make sure the rubber ice maker fill tube is defrosted BEFORE re-inserting the plastic tube back into the rubber fill tube. It just pushes in and the adhesive pads for holding the plastic line in place are not critical even if they are lost. The rubber fill tube fitting will retain the plastic hose just fine as long as the ice maker end of the tube is not frozen from a leaking inlet water valve.
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 the fill tube to the icemaker has frozen shut. The fill tube will need to be thawed out. The possible cause could be a water valve malfunction or if the ref has a water filter built in, it may be clogged and need replaced.
defroose the ice to the plastic white tube and the hole then pull out the tube, then the first end of the tube cut the end like an angle like to make it sharp but only one side then put it back, make sure the tube shoot to hole inside or more better if u remove all the 5 screws and check if in the right way then put all the screws back, ok what out with the small tube if connected properly or loose ok
I see your installation date has come and gone, but if you still need to hook up the water you can find an "ice-maker kit" from almost any home improvement store (such as Lowes, Ace, Home Depot etc....) This includes 1/4" bendable copper tubing and a valve that will tap a near by cold water supply pipe. If you find a kit with plastic tubing, I would steer clear and find the bendable copper. Plastic tubing kits are notorious for springing leaks. Buy some extra compression nuts and washers for the tubing while you are there, it may take more than one try to get a waterproof seal if this is your first time hooking up water and ice dispenser.
When hooking up the tubing to the back of the refridgerator, leave a couple coils of slack to allow the refridgerator to be pushed in or pulled out without straining the connection. There is usually a small clamp on the refridgerator back to hold the tubing steady, make sure you use this. This will help ensure a leak free connection. After you have the tube hooked up, push the refridgerator all the way back, then pull it back out and check for leaks. Sometimes the tube will start dripping a bit after the refridgerator is moved, so this step helps ensure you won't have leak problems.
the water fill tube for i/m is on the back of ref. the tube you have is to the water dispenser. look in freezer floor, is it full of ice? if so, remove all ice and clear drain hole for evap. if not, reassemble what you took apart and inspect tube under ref. while someone runs water dispenser. find leak and repair.
you have to have a ice maker install kit that you you can buy at any hardware store if you dont have a water source in the wall behind the ref.(if you have it in the wall you will need a ice maker hose only) but if you have to buy the kit it has a tap valve that you put on the COLD water supply under the sink if you have pvc, poly or quest you will need a special tee. route tubing so it wont interfere with foot traffic to behind the ref. the kit will have a brass nut and a flange put the nut over the tubing then put flange inside the end of the tubing the locate water inlet valve on ref.screw nut onto capped end of valve (remove cap first) then turn on the water and bleed water through ref.using water dispenser on the door until you get water then enjoy. oh kit has instructions in it also good luck