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I would use a 90 FPT (female pipe thread) by compression fitting (or build an equivalent from an elbow and a compression adapter), since it looks kinda cramped right there: Then some 3/8" or 1/4" flexible copper or poly tubing to hook it in (1/4" is most commonly used with fridges). Don't use a saddle valve: they are terrible (eg: What can I do about a ...
I just got a new fridge and the manual says to leave it to stand for two hours, but wait twenty four hours before putting food into it. It doesn't say why though.
Water inlet valve is probably fubar. Part is probably here (YMMV): http://bit.ly/1wkXC4G How to video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNGe_VUDIBA Good luck!
Looks like its the quality of the produced ice which is easy to break up, try cleaning the ice tray with vinegar then soapy water, that may reduce the mineral deposits on the tray and reduce surface resistance. I don't have a direct answer, only suggestions, since this is quite a complicated question. Firstly, if you look at the new ice, fresh from the ...
I didn't defrost my freezer when it happened to me but what I did , on a hunch, was pour water over the ice maker and turned off the ice maker as it was full anyway. It stopped the knocking for days until we got low on ice and my wife turned it back on.
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