Question about Amana Refrigerators
You said it pulled away from the housing,the housing of what?the tube runs from the water valve on the bottom of the fridge to the inlet tube on the top right,if it came loose from the top/inlet tube you can just push it back in and clamp it,But,there is no pressure on that end of the line so the inlet tube going through the wall to the ice maker may be iced up meaning it is clogged with ice creating back pressure and causing the line to leak or pop off,so I would check the fill tube,you can see it from inside the freezer,it comes through the back wall of the freezer and goes into the ice maker,depending on the age of the unit most of the inlet tubes can be pulled out from the back by turning it a quarter turn to the right and sliding it upward and out.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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