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Water leaks from line leading to ice dispenser

Leaks where the line connects to back of dispenser outside at top of refrig. line has no holes

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Check to make sure your fitting is tight, and if it is, and is still leaking, turn the water off, disconnect the fitting and make sure the compression sleeve is seated correctly. Note that if the sleeve doesn't look correct, then you will need to cut the line and replace the sleeve. Hope this helps.

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