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NO WATER TO ICE MAKER

WE HAVE WATER THRU THE INLET HOSE UP TO THE FILTER. THE FILTER FILLS BUT NO WATER GETS TO THE ICE MAKER OR THE ICE DISPENSER/WATER DISPENSER ON THE DOOR.

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  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    Is there another control valve just after the water inlet valve? I have disco the plastic line from the water inlet valve and tried to blow compressed air thru the line - it doesn't blow thru. The line is not frozen.

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Faulty water inlet valve is the most likely fault

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