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Old 10-18-2019, 08:38 AM   #1
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2019 Precept Prestige 36H Ice Maker Valve

Does anyone know the location of the valve to turn off water to the ice maker? I may not need to winterize but I'd like to know where the valve is just in case.
It's a Whirlpool residential model refrigerator. I have the drawings from Jayco that show the valve but not the location.
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Old 10-20-2019, 07:56 PM   #2
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We'd like to know too.
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Old 10-21-2019, 11:37 AM   #3
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I have the 2019 Precept 31UL with the Whirlpool residential fridge, and the water valve for the icemaker/water line is below the fridge behind a wooden panel with spaces in it, like a vent panel. The water/ice maker was not working, and when I found the valve under the fridge, it was turned off. When I turned it on, the small white hose that goes to the ice maker shot out of the brass nozzle, so that was why it was turned off. I did not try to fix it, because we never drink the water or make ice from the park supply or the water tank. I did open the valve on the blue pex line when I winterized the rv to make sure pink antifreeze was in the line. I know I have a different model, but this may help.
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mtnprecept- great info, thank you. The dealer had water turned on and showed us how to work water/ice maker. Like you we don't use it. My husband will turn this off so it just takes it out of the equation going forward. He'll look into after he finishes changing the oil in our 2020 31UL.
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Twoshadycampers, I may be stating the obvious, but you will still need to winterize that blue pex line and fridge water line even though you don't use it. My fridge never had water go through it, so I did not winterize the white line.
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Yes thank you, we do understand that.
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Old 10-23-2019, 03:03 PM   #7
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Thanks for the info but I have no such panel under mine. I might contact Jayco and see if they can help.
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can the line be blown out with rest of water lines or is it seperate?
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Old 11-08-2019, 04:21 PM   #9
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Update. I had my Prestige 36H in for some minor warranty work and I asked them to show me where the valve is. Well, it's behind the oven. Therefore, if I intend to keep from having to flush pink stuff out the ice maker and water line, I will have to remove the oven. Genius! If I do have to get to the valve you can bet I will only do it once. I will definitely relocate it to somewhere more accessible... like maybe on the roof :-)
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