The ice maker in our 2000 Adventurer was not working. While doing some other warranty work, I asked that this problem be fixed. The ice maker was replaced along with all tubing and heater and such. After setting up at home and running fridge, we noticed that when the cubes melted there was a lot of very tiny white flakes left in the water. I've been told by several folks that this is calcium. They tell me it is harmless, just looks bad. Has anyone else had this problem?
I've used them in a couple of Scotch & Water to date with no ill effects (I guess) but I sure wouldn't serve that ice to my guests. Anyone else had this problem? How did you fix it? Did you just quit using ice from the freezer (Dometic Side by Side)?
I'm not about to invest in some $2000.00 filtering system, there is already an Everpure filter in line with the drinking water system which feeds the ice maker also. Yes the filter is brand new, only about 5 gal. or so run through it to date.
I hope some out there can come up with some answers. Thanks for this great forum.