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LG Refrigerator Informative - Ice Maker - lrsc26925sw

Review by foxyred on 2008-01-25
You can go to Home depot and buy a plastic valve that will go on the water line for the Ice Maker.

The valve cost me $6.50 and it's works great.

It will take you less then 10 minutes to fix your problem. No tools needed, all you have to do is cut the line and put on each end of the valve.

Try it and you will thank me.
Comments:9 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-01-27
Posted by Sparticus on 2008-01-25:
Sounds like a great idea, but what problem is it fixing? ;-)
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-25:
Will it fix it if you don't have an ice maker?
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-25:
Think of it!
Posted by Hugh_Jorgen on 2008-01-25:
For only $6.50, you can't afford not to fix it!
Posted by StraightShooter on 2008-01-25:
What was the original problem? No dedicated water line?
Posted by Justusryan on 2008-01-25:
Yes!
Posted by jktshff1 on 2008-01-25:
mine ain't broke
Posted by Slimjim on 2008-01-25:
Is this to replace the copper shut off water valve? Isn't this really external plumbing and whatever refrig or ice maker it's run to irrelevant?
Posted by qualityappliance on 2008-01-27:
I think that the problem the poster is refering to is with the LG side by side ice maker which after some age the left front portion of the tray begins to sag and when it fills it overflows at the corner. Common problem that is easy to fix, replace the ice maker, about $30., (as a rule LG parts are cheap). Or restrict the water flow and take forever to fill a glass of water and the ice cubes you do get are itty bitty.

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