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Old 03-28-2016, 12:17 PM   #21
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Herk, I am talking about the small copper pipe at the back of the fridge beside the water solenoid, not the brass fitting/nut and brass ferrule.
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Old 03-28-2016, 12:26 PM   #22
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Herk, I am talking about the small copper pipe at the back of the fridge beside the water solenoid, not the brass fitting/nut and brass ferrule.
The copper tube in the photo could be the gas line for the fridge.
Is that what you are talking about?
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The small copper pipe on the left side of the water solenoid, not the larger gas line.

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My guess is that is the water feed line to the icemaker. Hard to tell from the angle though. It does not look (from this angle) to be part of the ammonia cooling tubes, so the water feed to the icemaker seems to make sense.

Does that tube go into the solenoid? If so, it is the icemaker line.
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Old 03-28-2016, 05:45 PM   #25
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Copper pipe

The copper pipe that is on the bottom of the celinoid that is covered in black rubber goes up behind the black cylinder and into the wall
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Not sure what that copper pipe is for. Water lines for ice maker and water dispenser should be food grade plastic tubing.
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I'll contact Dominic

I'll contact the company tomorrow and ask them about the two connections. I think I attached the other photo where the copper pipe leaves the celinoid, but it definitely goes straight up and in threw the wall - thanks for all your input - I'll post tomorrow what they say if I can get through
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Sounds good, I'm curious to know what the small copper line does.
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Dometic

Spoke to customer service and based on the diagram they were looking at for the 1350 MIM. There were not sure how the connection was set up so they asked me to submit pictures which I did - they said someone will get back to me
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Thanks Steve, let us know the out come.
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