It appears that the spigot (water shute) that feeds the ice maker in this fridge is leaking. That is that when it shuts off it doesn't appear to be shutting all the way off. It looks to be dripping like one drop down the shute there every few seconds. In another thread I wrote how the ice & water has been smelly so I replaced all the water lines, including the 1/4 line that feeds the ice machine. The first night I awoke to find ice had formed all around where the water comes in. I melted all that away and turned the water back on to find the slow dripping occuring.
I am assuming this is a value issue since the valve feeds this water line? There are screws on the valve so it looks like it comes apart. Does this mean it's seviceable? Hopefully just an o-ring or something in there that needs replacing?
Nuther question - I thought I read somewhere that some water outlets to fridges have meters? Is this because some of the outlets have too high water pressure for the firdge water lines?
As always, many thanks in advance and I will post follow up/resolution.
Edited by gstump, 03 September 2012 - 12:00 PM.