Water leaking out of water filter connector Maytag MSD2657HEB
The water line in my fridge at my lake cottage froze when the temperature in the cottage got too low. I presume it cracked the connector, but I don't know how to release the water lines to get it out to replace it. I would also need the Part #. Any help would be appreciated. Thank You, Denny
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My refrigerator did this when the fridge temperature control door got stuck open and froze everything in the refrigerator. I tracked down the problem to a connection in my water supply filter. I just removed the filter and spliced the line. I doubt the same thing happened to you but you can probably find the leak by tracing the water supply to the ice maker/water dispenser.
Take the filter to the hardware store and get the necessary fittings (and maybe a short piece of tubing) to connect the in and out lines without the filter. Perhaps easier deal is a new filter which should NEVER become clogged on RO water.
This sounds like the water line from the icemaker and the cool water reservior inside the refridgerator side. The line is a rigid plastic hose and could be a leak at one point that is small enough to allow water to run along the line. Also sounds like you have a humidity problem. Check the door seals and wipe them off and apply a thin coat of die-electric grease to the seal. this will help keep it pliable and soft.
The water in the bottom leaks into a trough that is made into the fridge. This usaully evaporates, This is for the auto-defrost. It keeps the water from getting on the floor.
Check to see if the outer door gets hot at the edges. If not, It may not be auto-defrosting.
I would first check the water line first as this seems to be a more serious issue right now. The line is probably loose at one of the connections between the ice maker and water reservior.
It's the conection to the valve, thats you'r problem. onece the line come out of the conection, it's next to imposable to put it back in. fact-seals brock. never realy seals back around the hose. I had the same problem only at the base of the door. eazier to fix then where you'r is. I had to replace the nuckle. you have to change the valve. it's the only way to stop that leak. hope this helps
I had this with a Kitchenaid Superba and wanted to get rid of the filter holder assembly entirely as I have an undersink unit which serves the fridge. I removed the plastic line (nut) at the back of the fridge (which led to the filter holder at the front) where the flexible copper tubing inserted (this was a 3/8' compression fitting-plastic) and also the returning line (1/4" copper compression nut on a plastic line) at the manifold (again in the back of the fridge) where it gets split between the water line and the ice line. I then just connected the 1/4" flexible copper directly to the manifold (1/4" nut, compression sleeve, male-male connector) using a pre-made 1/4" flexible compression line. Sounds complicated but after seeing how the water routes it was fairly quick work.