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Old 02-21-2024, 06:16 PM   #1
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We purchased a 2023 north point with a residential fridge with ice maker and water in the door,this unit comes with the 5 gll fresh water drinking system that has a sep faucet at kitchen sink,the dealer said that it also feeds the ice maker and water in door of fridge,anyone have this issue,I donít think itís plumbed to the fridge
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There is probably another valve under the sink, possibly behind a panel, or in a cabinet next to the fridge that has to be turned on. Also if your fridge is in the slide the line maybe pinched, check the rack that holds the water line and elec under the slide.
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Welcome to the forum, we have the same unit and year that we just brought also, ours is not plumb for that, I have the water line but it doesn't make ice we buy our own and put a bag in the freezer sliding door.
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There is probably another valve under the sink, possibly behind a panel, or in a cabinet next to the fridge that has to be turned on. Also if your fridge is in the slide the line maybe pinched, check the rack that holds the water line and elec under the slide.

I have to look for that and see maybe I have it but just don't know about it.
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Ours has a valve behind the drawers next to the stove.
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There is probably another valve under the sink, possibly behind a panel, or in a cabinet next to the fridge that has to be turned on. Also if your fridge is in the slide the line maybe pinched, check the rack that holds the water line and elec under the slide.

Okay Grumpy, you are right I just called the service department and he said that to pull one of the draws out next to the fridge and there should be a needle valve that you turn on and off. I might be under the sink but to start pulling out draws until you find it.
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Ours has a valve behind the drawers next to the stove.
I have to look for it we went all of last summer without it we were just buying bags of ice and dumping it into one of the trays in the freezer draw, thank you I guess you learn something every day.
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Ok I have found the needle valve behind a drawer it’s open I’m just trying to see if it’s hooked to the 5 gll jug or only works in city water
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Dumb question, but ours has a pump switch that needs to be turned on. It’s on the side of the island and when it is on it makes a bit of a racket while it generates pressure.
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Dumb question, but ours has a pump switch that needs to be turned on. Itís on the side of the island and when it is on it makes a bit of a racket while it generates pressure.
Is it loose? It could also be touching something that makes it resonate.
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We have the Eagle version of the same floorplan.

Thereís a valve in the island plus one under the cabinet next to the fridge. Thereís a switch on the pump and another on the end of the island. Thereís also a switch inside the ice maker compartment.

Make sure the jug has water and all 5 valves/switches are on and you should be good. There is no city water option for the fridge.

Just be aware that the pump can be very loud.
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Is it loose? It could also be touching something that makes it resonate.
Yea, I isolated all of the lines but it still makes a bit of a racket when the pump comes on. It is already on iso-mounts and I could put acoustic baffles over the pump but that’s a whole different topic. I think it’s worse in Eagles.
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That pump switch that's on the side to pump water to that little faucets mines make that little noise also. How do you like you North Point 310RLTS?
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Ok I have the valve open under sink that feeds the spicket at sink,and the valve under draw next to fridge is open.Turn pump on at end of island and have water at sink spicket but still no water at water in door on fridge
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Ok I have the valve open under sink that feeds the spicket at sink,and the valve under draw next to fridge is open.Turn pump on at end of island and have water at sink spicket but still no water at water in door on fridge
Be sure you also check the wire support rack under the slide. Some have found the waterline is getting pinched as it moves. There may be another valve under the sink behind a small panel, that has been mentioned as well.
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We have a 22 Northpointe and the shut off is behind the bottom drawer in the back when you take out the drawer. Our works fine now once we found it. It does taste much better than city water!
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Ok I have that valve open in the bottom drawer and with pump on at end of kitchen island still no water to fridge.Only thing we can get water out of 5 gll jug is the spicket at kitchen sink
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There should be a low point drain for the water line outside under the rear of the slide out. Open it, turn the pump on and see if water sprays out. That may help you determine if the water is moving toward the fridge.

The next thing would be to pull the filter out of the fridge and see if that makes any difference. This system will work without a filter in place.
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Ok I have the valve open under sink that feeds the spicket at sink,and the valve under draw next to fridge is open.Turn pump on at end of island and have water at sink spicket but still no water at water in door on fridge
Until I can go out to my North Point can you take a pics of the valve under the sink or anybody that have one?
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Ok after taking some covers off in basement the 5gll water bottle only feeds the spicket at the sink,now after hooking to city water presssure we still have no water at fridge,the valve in the cabinet next to stove is open,and water everywhere except fridge SMDH
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