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Old 04-28-2013, 05:48 PM   #1
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Refrigerator water supply

Does anybody know how to turn the refrigerator water supply on so I might be able to use the ice maker?
It is a 2013 Berkshire BH with full house fridge.
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Old 04-28-2013, 05:52 PM   #2
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I believe there is a valve under the bathroom sink (in the vanity) that turns on/off the ice maker water supply.
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I believe there is a valve under the bathroom sink (in the vanity) that turns on/off the ice maker water supply.
Awesome! Found it. Now I need to replace it. Soon as I opened it water leaks every where.
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I believe there is a valve under the bathroom sink (in the vanity) that turns on/off the ice maker water supply.
And a logical place for it, it is..... First place I'd have looked!!!

I just asked my DW this morning "Where's my hat??"

"In the refrigerator"

"Where's my lunch"

"In your HAT!" Made perfect sense to me!!

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Awesome! Found it. Now I need to replace it. Soon as I opened it water leaks every where.
If that valve is like others from FR it operates vertically and "pops open and closed. If you move it full stroke, it should self seal. Mine spray a little between positions. Worth a try, where it is won't be easy to change it.
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If that valve is like others from FR it operates vertically and "pops open and closed. If you move it full stroke, it should self seal. Mine spray a little between positions. Worth a try, where it is won't be easy to change it.
Well it turns out like a screw. Actually tried tightening the nut and the leak stopped. It must have been hand tightened from the factory and of couse the dealer never bothered to check it. Everythings so fsr so good. Thanks again.
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Well it turns out like a screw. Actually tried tightening the nut and the leak stopped. It must have been hand tightened from the factory and of couse the dealer never bothered to check it. Everythings so fsr so good. Thanks again.
Sounds good! 1st harvest in about 4 hours, good campin'....
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