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Frig leaking water

Ice tray leaking water with the main valve shut off?

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This may be a bad pump.You can remove the back of your unit (make sure its unplugged when doing this). With the back removed leave the water supply on. Observe where the water is coming from. If it from the pump area, or if you see some white corrosion on it, it is likely the pump. This is a VERY easy fix. Obtain a new pump for your specific model. Shutoff the water supply in the wall that feeds your unit. Unplug the unit. Remove the power plug from the pump. Observe and take notes on what tube goes to what opening.Unscrew the tube nuts from the pump, making sure you have a towel nearby as you will get some water from the tubes.for easy reinstall have a good look at how the pump sits in the unit before removing it.) Remove the mounting screws holding the pump in place and remove the old pump ( Using the old mounting screw(s) remount the new pump the same way the old one was situated. Before reinstalling the tubes make sure they are free of wear. In some units you can slide the tube nut back and cut the tubbing to get a fresh connection (if you do this be careful not to cut too much off because there is usually very little slack). Re-install the tub connections and screw the tube nuts back in. reconnect the wiring.. Clear all of your tools and towel away from the unit opening and make sure the floor is complely dry. Open the water supply from the wall, and make sure there are no obvious drips. Now, plug the unit back in, check the pump again, care not to touch anything inside the unit while its plugged in. If there are no drips have someone fill a cup of water from the dispenser in front while you observe the pump. If you have no drips then you are all finished!

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Sounds like the water valve is not sealing all the way... you can take the hose off the water valve in back of the refregerator and put a cap on it frig leaking water - 53560ac.jpg

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