Question about U-Line Icemaker
The water line inside of my ice maker has a leak. Not the line from the wall, but the plastic tubing that runs along the bottom, up the back, and into the insulation. I have found the part on line, but wanted to find out if it is difficult to replace and how I would do it. Thanks for the help.
Take off the back panel, the water line plugs in from the back. The icemaker has mounting screws, but there's a thermal mastic that kind of glues it to the evaporator. You don;t need to remove the icemaker to change the water line, I would put the screws back in and leave it. Don't force the icemaker from the evaporator, it might damage the evaporator.
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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