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Our GE profile 24.6 cubic ft refrigerator is overfilling the ice maker. What is the problem. It is leaking (just dripping) out of the ice cube trays.Thanks.

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  • tomdad54 Jul 02, 2009

    Thanks. Where is the water inlet valve?

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It either puts too much water in when it fills(take the plastic end cover off and look for an adjustment knob with +/-. Turn it toward -) Or does it constantly keep dripping all the way through the cycle(replace water inlet valve.)

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

  • Charles T Nevin
    Charles T Nevin Jul 02, 2009

    The water from your house connects to the water inlet valve on the back. It's usually blue and may be behind the cardboard cover.

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