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How to replace water inlet on KitchenAid Fridge Icemaker

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I have a KitchenAid Model KTRC19MKBL00 Fridge. I had ice build up that cause splashing of the water and ice build up on the freezer wall behind, and next to, the icemaker. Looking at the forums it seemed simple to replace the fill tube except, unlike all the others i have seen, mine has no external screws and none visible on the inside.

Attached is a picture of the back of the fridge and you well see the only screw is the water hose clamp. How does this tube come out and how to I make sure I order the correct replacement?

Thanks

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That's a really, really bad picture but I think I see a screw that you remove to loosen the clamp and then pull the tubing out.

Post a better photo that's IN FOCUS and another that's in context with the rest of the fridge and I can give you more clues.

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Please accept humble apologies for my lack of focus.

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