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venangobarb 04-21-2020 03:18 PM

Water shut off for icemaker?
 
2004 American Tradition 38x, looking for the water shutoff for ice maker, 2 door fridge

Jake21 04-21-2020 03:21 PM

My 2002 Eagle it is under the kitchen sink.

TonyMac 04-21-2020 03:41 PM

My ice maker shutoff is under the fridge, in the same compartment as the aft furnace. Accessed by removing four screws and opening the louvered panel that allows cold room air to the aft furnace.

Cat320 04-22-2020 03:56 PM

If a residential refer has been installed, look in back of the panel under the sink.

RWeigant 04-23-2020 09:08 AM

Why not just turn the pump and or supply off?

TonyMac 04-27-2020 06:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by RWeigant (Post 5235771)
Why not just turn the pump and or supply off?

Many times, one may need to temporarily stop water supply to the ice maker, such as operation in weather that may freeze the icemaker lines or solenoid, or when performing maintenance on same.

Gary RVRoamer 04-28-2020 03:12 PM

I had an '04 Trad. It's under the galley sink, usually behind the panel at the rear of the cabinet. You may need to dislocate your arm to get a hold of it. :sad:

HRF 04-29-2020 07:11 AM

I have an 07 Fleetwood with the Norcold refrigerator and the shut off is behind the refrigerator panel on the outside of the coach.

Stonehands 05-01-2020 07:19 AM

In our 2007 American Revolution LE with a residential fridge you take the outside vent panel on driver side Behind the fridge. Shutoff on waterline at rear of fridge.

Niel21 04-24-2021 01:53 PM

Yes there is a shut off behind fridge, unfortunately before that shut off there is a pine hole and leaking, followed the line under belly pans and it goes up into Sub floor between kitchen and bath, does not appear under either sink& cabinet.


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