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Old 05-23-2022, 04:10 PM   #1
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Norcold fridge with ice maker leaking

We purchased a new to us 2015 Itasca Suncruiser 35P. Prior to our trip we turned on the fridge not hooked up to water and noticed we had water coming from the front bottom right corner after fridge was on for about 24 hours. I was not completely level parked in the driveway but not way out of level. Once we got to campground I leveled out and water was coming out from where the vent cover is. Once I took off the over there was a puddle of water. I wiped it with a towel but it continues to leak mostly from the back right of the refrigerator. I was thinking it was ice maker line but it was leaking prior to hooking up to water at campground. I may disconnect water line from where it connects for ice maker in the back and cap it off. Any suggestions, thoughts, help would be greatly appreciated. I donít know why my pics are upside down 😩
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Old 05-23-2022, 04:18 PM   #2
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What's the condensation line look like? Make sure it's clear.

Yes, you can disconnect the water fill tube, mine has a on/off valve on the feed line so you should not have to cap it off.
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Old 05-23-2022, 04:32 PM   #3
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Yes, it sounds like condensation is not getting out or evaporated. Sometimes the pan will leak, causing the condensation water to leak in that area.

I just ran an extension line out and through the bottom of the storage compartment and onto the ground. I see water on the ground there fairly often.
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Ok thank you.
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Ok now to find the condensation line when I get back from work. Could you tell the location of the line?
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On mine it comes out of the drip tray under the cooling fins in the refrigerator. Left side as you look in the left door. I have a 4 door 1200 series.

In the back behind the outside cover, there's a white hose that comes from that drip tray. I ran a 3/8 ID plastic line down and out. The white hose fit nicely inside of the plastic line.
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