|Originally Posted By Corey:
Originally Posted By patriot73:
Turn water off at supply under sink , do not shut off saddle valve, they like to leak after being shut and opened, but actual faucet shut off. Sometimes, the ice line will be threaded direct to shut off.
Replace garbage plastic line with copper.
Turn water back on.
Invest in basic repair manuals.
I would love to replace it with a copper line. We have a water supply built into the wall which I can turn off IIRC.
My problem is how to access the internals of the refrigerator. Do I have to take the entire external case off or is there another way?
I would love to have the repair manual couldn't find it online.
BTW, I just looked for the repair manual and did find a FAQ that suggested that the spout over the ice tray could be frozen. I'll check that tonight.
Make sure it is unplugged. There may be a series of 1/4" machine screws on the back of the fridge. You may have to remove rear panel to access.
Otherwise, you can cap the supply fitting under the sink with a brass fitting from the hardware store until you can get a manual or find some help.
Did you try and google a pdf repair manual?