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Old 04-13-2019, 04:29 PM   #1
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Icemaker not getting water

I have a residential reefer on my 2015 Expedition and the icemaker does not seem to be getting fresh water to make ice. Does anyone have an idea of where a water shutoff valve to the icemaker might be located? When I had the old rv style of propane/electric fridges on other rv's the valve was easy to find, usually right there behind the outside access panel behind the reefer but with residential fridges they don't need the access panel so I have no idea of where to look.

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Under the sink is the logical place. Of course FW hid mine behind the rear cabinet wall. And the dealer ran a staple through it chasing an electrical problem.
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Under the sink is the logical place. Of course FW hid mine behind the rear cabinet wall. And the dealer ran a staple through it chasing an electrical problem.
Thanks...I'll look there and yeah...logic has nothing to do with RV engineering!


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If frig is on the side with the 1/2 bath, look under that sink, same with the kitchen sink if it's on that side. Mine is under the 1/2 bath sink, behind the rear panel. You reach through the opening for the drain in the back panel, and by feel, turn it on or off. As I remember, you can only get hold of it with your left hand to turn it, going in with your right hand puts your hand on the wrong end of the valve.
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I had to unscrew a vented wood cover between the fridge and sink, the valve was there. you can take the plastic off the valve and with pump on see if water flows. . if so it may be the ice maker controller.
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just a thought. If you get water from the door you have water to the fridge.
in that case it may be the ice maker it's self.
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Old 04-14-2019, 09:40 AM   #7
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in the ice maker if the arm is up, the ice maker is shut off.
it needs to be in the down position to make ice.
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Thanks everyone, I found the valve behind drawers under the cooktop....the yellow fridge waterline is not even connected to the valve...problem solved.
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Fleetwood was just looking out for you. They winterized it for you.
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Fleetwood was just looking out for you. They winterized it for you.
LOL...they sure were!
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