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Loud noise from waterline to refrigerator

The water line to our side by side w/water and icemaker is vibrating and making a loud noise at the connection to the wall and/or refrigerator.

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  • rdouglas11 Jan 01, 2009

    All of a sudden on a 2 yr old refrigerator the water line began vibrating back and forth - being shaken by line starting at water softener in the basement. Nothing in manual.

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SOURCE: The water line vibrates and makes noise when using

Does it make noises when anything else in the house uses water?(sinks, toilets filling up?)
If not the pull the fridge out and make sure water line clamp was installed. It will be a small clamp near the bottom of the fridge on tha same side the line comes into the back of it.
Is there a water filter that has been replaced recently?

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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SOURCE: whirlpool side by side refrigerator - grinding noise from icemaker

That would likely be the ice maker "motor module". They are notorious for failing. The plastic gear on the front pulls away from the contact springs from ear tab failure, etc. It's an easy fix to replace the whole module (about $70 bucks). See the diagram here. http://www.partselect.com/Schematics/Whirlpool/THIERSZO.gif

Posted on Jan 15, 2007

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SOURCE: GE Profile Refrigerator - Small Leak & Loud Noise

Does water come out of the water dispenser?

I is more likely that the tube that drains the water down from the self defrost mechanism is clogged. Look in the very back of the reefer cabinet, you will see a trough back there, if it is full of ice and water the drain tube is clogged up. If so, a little blast of air from a can of air (like the ones you use to blow off computer key boards will blow it out. Then the water can drain down to the evaporator pan and you will no longer get water on the floor.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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SOURCE: Ice maker not making ice after replacing water line.

Ice makers are a common problem. On many brands there is a reset button behind the plastic cover. However if you physically see Ice clogging your water inlet to the ice maker, this will without a doubt prevent the ice maker from making ice. Use hot water or a steamer to unclog the ice or you can leave the unit unplugged for a few hours to defrost the freezer. You should be able to hear when the ice maker cycles and lets in water. Note: if you're getting plenty of water out of your in door water dispenser, then it's NOT a water supply problem. You may need to check the solenoid that controls water entering the ice maker.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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