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Old 01-29-2016, 11:24 AM   #1
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Need Help - 377 fridge

I've finished sanitizing all the lines. I flip the valve back to flow for the fridge, but I'm not getting any water to it?? Any ideas?

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Old 01-29-2016, 11:59 AM   #2
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I've read somewhere on here that there is a total of 2 valves for the ice maker in the residential fridge. One behind and one in a cabinet I believe...
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Old 01-29-2016, 12:39 PM   #3
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So I've pulled out the fridge and see the line going in, but it has no valve. The only valve I'm aware of is behind the drawer that is under the oven. That's the valve I turned to sanitize the lines and then turned back to the open position when I was done. But no water??
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Dan,

Look under the sink behind the false panel covering the pipes. Down by the floor is the other shut off
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Same boat I was in on our maiden voyage! lol
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Old 01-29-2016, 01:07 PM   #6
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So I've pulled out the fridge and see the line going in, but it has no valve. The only valve I'm aware of is behind the drawer that is under the oven. That's the valve I turned to sanitize the lines and then turned back to the open position when I was done. But no water??
I don't know anything about this, but is there any chance the valve was closed to begin with? And when you sanitized, you opened the valve, and when you finished sanitizing, you closed the valve again?

That's something I would do...
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I thought the same thing at first...my bet is the hidden valve
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If there's water coming out of the drain under the trailer then the valve under the sink is open.
Obviously you held the fridge water dispenser open for a bit?? Did any air squirt out?
Is the filter in the fridge pushed in all the way?

Reach under the oven with a wrench and take the line to the fridge off of the valve. Make sure you close it first.
Then open it a little and see if there is water, if not then something must have plugged the valve.
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Look under the sink behind the false panel covering the pipes. Down by the floor is the other shut off
If you were standing in front of me right now, I would kiss you!! I was at my wits end!
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There must be some rule forbidding that on JOF! LOL
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