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Ice maker is leaking inside

Hi, This morning i noticed a pool of water under the fridge and tracked the source back up to the ice-maker. I removed the water-filter so as to stop new ice from being made and cleared the existing ice.

The drip seemed to be coming from near the front of the ice-maker at the bottom, but i can't seem to trace any more than this. Any help you can offer on what could be causing this or how I can provide more details will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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  • grandejoy Mar 25, 2009

    I had noticed before that the ice maker would freeze up and we would turn the freezer off and take a hair dryer and unfreeze the tube that the water would drain from it hasn't done that in a while but there has been a lot of water in the floor and I don't know where it is coming from but have an idea, it is the ice maker!

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Check the distance on the fill tube and the funnel if this is fine look and see if there is ice blocking the hole in the fill funnel and also look into the fill tube for ice let me know what you find
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