Question about Refrigerators
Or the (usually) plastic tube that connects to your icemaker at the back of the refrig. has become somehow disconnected or is leaking (which would account for the water, but if the tube were completely broken you would probably still have the leak) There should be a magnetic valve back there, probably near the bottom of the machine, that the inlet line hooks up to. It is activated by the icemaker to let water feed into the device. Sometimes they stop working, or leak. They can be replaced fairly inexpensively.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Ice line is froze and came apart from ice machine usally happens when there is not enough air flow try pulling fridge from wall 2 inches
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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