Question about Jenn-Air JCD2389G Side by Side Refrigerator
The supply line first blew off at the fill tube behind the fridge near the top and flooded the floor. I defrosted the fill tube - not sure it was frozen - and turned unit on again. This time it flooded the freezer compartment instead. Am prepared to replace entire ice maker module but not sure if problem is module, fill tube or inlet valve. Freezer was VERY cold - -20 or so. Any suggestions?
You may not have got the supply tube all the way into position so I would check this first. If the water is running down the back wall of the freezer compartment at a higher level than the icemaker the problem is not with the icemaker but with some break in the supply chain. If the water is overflowing from the icemaker then it could be the timer cycle on the icemaker or the water inlet solenoid valve at the back of the cabinet (compressor side). Water leaks need to be traced back to the highest point ( I know how obvious that sounds but sometimes we all miss the obvious). Hope this is of some help.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
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