Question about Refrigerators
Three possible causes:
1. The saddle needle valve on the supply line - (your plumbing) - has finally clogged up entirely from a gradual calcium build-up. This happens quite frequently. Close the main valve on your water plumbing, remove the saddle needle valve, and check for blockage. If blocked, try to clean it out. However I would recommend simply replacing it with a new needle valve which can be purchased at any hardware store for just a few dollars.
2.. The control module in the icemaker is malfunctioning. If so, a replacement module can be purchased and installed. However, given the cost of that module, I would recommend simply replacing the entire icemaker unit for just a few dollars more than the module cost.
2. The water fill valve, located near the bottom rear of the refrigerator - (on most models) - is either malfunctioning or its screen filter is totally blocked. In either event, that water fill valve should be replaced. The replacement cost of a water fill valve is relatively modest.
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