Question about Refrigerators
Water is only in the line, theres no tank so one cycle will get rid of any old water, then you can just throw those ice cubes away. The way to fix the problem is to replace the solenoid fill valve on the back bottom corner of the refrigerator, Thats the thing the water hose connects to. It has a slow leak that is causing the ice to build up in the tube. Good luck.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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