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I just purchase a used MSD2754GRW Side-by-Side. I purchased it for the filtered ice and water. I installed a tap on my cold water line and was getting ready to attach it to the fridge when I noticed that there are two places to which the line could be attached. I then noticed that the plastic tubing from the valves was cut with only remnants remaining. Someone cut the plastic lines from one valve to the filter in top of the refrigerated side and back and the line from the valve to the icemaker. The tubing from the valve to the in-door water dispenser is still intact. So my question is: Can anybody with a functioning ice and water setup give me pics of the back of your refrigerator? I need pictures of: -the whole back -which plastic lines connect to where (the two that go to and from the filter and the one to the icemaker) -how the water supply is connected. The pics will help me to attach the replacement tubing I am going to buy and get my fridge functioning as desired. Any assistance will be most appreciated.

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  • Oeberon Sep 12, 2010

    krbjmpr,

    Thanks for the link. I thought that would work and wondered why I had not found it earlier (I had searched that site before posting here). Unfortunately that is for the MFD2560HES. I have no idea how my question got posted under that model number, but my model number is MSD2754GRW.

    I did a search on that site again for my model number, but it does not have a diagram of the cabinet back like the link you gave me. I found a link to the User Guide at the bottom of the diagram list on the left, but it does not show me the back of the fridge either. I also have a pdf of the Service Manual (from a SeaBreeze fixya post I found before posting), but it does not have any information or diagram on the tubing either.

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Hello,

I don't have pictures of an actual fridge, but how about a diagram from a service manual, and lists of the parts that you are going to need?

http://www.appliancepartspros.com/partsearch/model.aspx?model_id=5170924

Posted on Sep 12, 2010

  • Sheldon Dedek Sep 12, 2010

    I see that. I should have doublechecked that the 2 numbers were the same. Sorry about that.

    I have exhausted each resource that I have, trying to find the pic information that you asked for. I don't think that I will be able to help you. Sorry to disappoint.

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