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Old 02-27-2014, 06:29 PM   #1
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Not sure where to ask. I have a 2013 36.1 palazzo my ? is. Has anyone removed the fridg. I think i have a leak in my ice maker and would like to do this my self eny help would be very thankful
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I have a leak between the solenoid and the connection into the ice maker. On my 33.1 there are brackets on the bottom and top but the problem is that the top brackets hit the trim piece of wood at the top. It looks like that has to be removed in order to take out the fridge and even then it is a two person job. I haven't had mine repaired yet as I want to wait so I will not have to winterize the water lines again before Spring gets here.
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Not sure where to ask. I have a 2013 36.1 palazzo my ? is. Has anyone removed the fridg. I think i have a leak in my ice maker and would like to do this my self eny help would be very thankful
We discovered a leak during our PDI. Turned out that the compression nut at the solenoid valve for the line up to the ice maker had not been tightened (fridge manufacturer's error). Leak only occurred when ice maker called for water. Required two people, a cart with blocks to match the height above the floor. They had to remove the piece of wood above the fridge (pulled the nails and re-nailed to replace). You might want to remove the access panel next to the fridge and see if you can get to the solenoid valve without pulling the fridge. Good luck!
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