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Ice maker water leak in freezer. 8 yr old Amana std freezer on top, water actively leaking from ice maker into bin. Is it worth repairing?

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Probably the solenoid (electric valve that opens and let the water from the supply line go into ice maker when It calls for it) is leaking and needs to be replaced ,it's not an expensive job. To make sure this is the problem ,shut of the ice maker by putting up the lever and wait a few hours and look inside the ice maker , if is water inside ,that's the problem ,if not the ice maker is the problem and has to be fix or replaced ; but is better to replace it ,won't be a big diference in cost.

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