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What type of water suppl kit i need for the icemaker

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I would say any ice maker line kit should work, they have a line tap and vinyl tubing that runs to your water supply solinoid valve on the back of your frig.

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Measure the temperature in your freezer- it should hover between 0-10 degrees F... Most icemakers require less than 13 degrees F to satisfy their internal thermostat. Water and most foods freeze at 32 degrees F, so if your machine is running somewhere in-between those two temp ranges, your icemaker will exhibit the symptoms you describe... If your temperature is steadily low enough, but the unit won't cycle on it's own, you will have to buy a new icemaker. GE Ice Maker Assembly IM6D This kit is great because it comes with a "free" water valve and only costs a few bucks more than a kit with no valve...you decide!

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Sounds like your water inlet valve is leaky. Go to repairclinic dot com AnD type in your model number. they will have a fixit kit with all the icemaker gear in it for the big bucks, as well as the individual parts separately. Check that your fill hose has not failed or that the icemaker mech assembly is not cracked or broken.

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If you are doing a new installation, the icemaker should either come with an installation kit or recommend one. The kit comes with all of the hardware needed to basically "tap" into your existing cold water line. Your refrigerator is already prepped for the icemaker so it's just a simple bolt in operation.

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Try buying a new ice maker kit and replace it by doing it yourself. This would help you in saving money.

I recently bought a ice maker kit at lower price from Partsimple.com. they delivered it faster compare to others available in market and that too at low cost. Isn't that Good?
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My icemaker is turned on and hooked up properly but it doesn't work there is no metal lever inside the icemaker that needs to be lifted up, Kenmore Coldspot model # 106.56534400


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Sounds like you have an icemaker that is not connected to water . You need to turn the icemaker off at the icemaker . The buzzing , is the water valve behind refrig , being called for but no water to deliver .

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The kits are generic, usually one size fits most. Like "paper or plastic", the choices are usually "copper or plastic"(tubing), and both are good. Copper makes a bit more noise when the solenoid operates for water to the icemaker or water chiller. Depending on your needs, you can buy a kit that has a self tapping water saddle valve or, if you already have a valve installed, you can buy the replacement tubing and be OK there too.
Hope this helps. Regards, WoobieDog

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