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INSIDE OF FRONT PANEL THERES 3-WAY PORT WITH 3 CLEAR HOSES COMING FROM IT

PLEASE WHERE DOES EACH CLEAR HOSE GO TO.LEFT GOES TO.?? RIGHT GOES TO.?? CENTRE GOES TO??.MANY THANKS.MARK/SWANSEA

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  • it is kind of hard to explain without being there, so please bear with me. 
  • if the refrigerator has a water filter then 2 lines will will go to it, probably diagonally up the back of the refrigerator. the water goes through the filter first then back to the valve.
  •  then another line will go strait up the back of the refrigerator to the icemaker.
  •  the line that goes under the refrigerator is for the water dispenser in the door.
  •  the water valve should have come with instructions on which line goes where on the valve, there is now way for me to convey this to you. the valve assembly you described is proprietary for your machine.
  • if you need more help let me know, i will try to help you figure it out.

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probably has a pin hole leak where it has been rubbing the tub. Does the tub have a seal at the top of it where it meets the top. Could be the seal is going bad.

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  •  then another line will go strait up the back of the refrigerator to the icemaker.
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