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4
First
Steps
(continued)
Connecting Ice Maker to Water Supply
Do Not Install Ice Maker Tubing Where Temperature May Fall
Below Freezing .
Check
to
be
sure
your
water
connection
will
comply
with
local
plumbing
codes.
Water
quality
determines
your
ice
quality.
It
is
best
to
connect
the
ice
maker
to
water
that
is
not
softened.
Chemicals
from
a
malfunctioning
softener
can
damage
the
ice
maker.
If
the
ice
maker
is
connected
to
soft
water,
ensure
that
the
softener
is
maintained
and
working
properly.
The
ice
maker
requires
a
1/4
inch
(6.4
mm)
copper
water
supply
line
(with
shut
off)
from
your
household
water
system.
Allow
enough
tubing
behind
your
refrigerator
to
permit
moving
out
to
clean
floor.
Water
line
kit
5308950117
is
available
through
your
Dealer
at
extra
charge.
This
kit
includes
25
ft
(7.6
meters)
of
1/4
inch
diameter
copper
tubing
plus
parts
to
connect
to
your
cold
water
line
including
a
saddle
valve
assembly.
You
will
need
to
purchase
a
1/4
inch
brass
compression
nut
and
ferrule
from
your
local
hardware
or
plumbing
store.
1.
Turn
ON
water
supply
and
flush
out
copper
tubing.
Turn
OFF
water
supply
(Figure
1).
2.
Unplug
refrigerator
(Figure
1).
3.
Install
WATER
SUPPLY
LINE
as
follows
(Figure
2):
•
Slide
brass
nut,
then
ferrule,
onto
copper
tubing
•
Push
end
of
copper
tubing
as
far
into
the
metal
water
valve
fitting
as
it
will
go
(1/4
inch).
Slide
ferrule
into
fitting
and
thread
brass
nut
onto
inlet,
tighten
finger
tight
plus
one-half
turn
with
wrench.
NOTE: Some models may have a cap on the valve. Unscrew the cap and
discard.
4.
Secure
copper
tubing
with
STEEL
CLAMP
and
screw
to
rear
panel
at
location
show
(Figure
3).
5.
Route
water
supply
into
coil
as
shown
(Figure
3).
NOTE:
To
prevent
vibration
noise
and
wear,
leave
a
space
between
all
tubing
and
other
surfaces.
6.
Turn
on
water
supply
and
check
all
connections
and
leaks
(Figure
3).
7.
Plug
refrigerator
cord
into
wall
outlet
(Figure
3).
IMPORTANT
Ice
production
will
begin
when
freezer
reaches
normal
operating
temperature.
Air
in
new
plumbing
lines
may
cause
ice
maker
to
cycle
two
or
three
times
before
making
a
full
tray
of
ice.
New
plumbing
may
cause
ice
to
be
discolored
or
have
poor
flavor.
Discard
ice
made
during
the
first
24
hours.
After
installation,
if
you
wish
to
shut
the
ice
maker
off,
lift
shutoff
arm
until
it
clicks
and
locks
in
UP
position.
Figure
1
Copper
water
line
from
household
water
supply
Brass
nut
Ferrule
Figure
2
Figure
3
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