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When ice maker draws water the supply line leaks from where it enters the refrigerator and makes a hissing sound. What is your take on this? it just started and the unit has not been moved in some time.

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More than likely you have a friction leak in the water line the hissing sound is the actual water stream
hitting the wall,
the friction leak is common from the hose jumping when water pressure is first applied
a simple water union can fix this quickly and cheaply

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4. Refrigerator is not level. Adjust leveling legs or rollers as needed. Add shims in the back if floor is not level from front to back.
5. Refrigerator is touching wall or cabinets. See your owner's manual for space requirements.
* Snapping or clicking sound.
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5. Ice maker - not making any ice.

* Freezer may not be cold enough.
Temperature must be 5 F. or colder to work properly.
* Water supply valve may be blocked or restricted.
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* Water supply valve may not be open.
Find and open the supply valve.
* Wire signal arm on ice maker is in the up position.
This position shuts off the ice maker. Pull wire arm (bail arm) down to start ice making.

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