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KitchenAid Side-by-side Leaking water inside?

KitchenAid Side-by-side Leaking water inside?

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  1. #1
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    Default KitchenAid Side-by-side Leaking water inside?

    Hi!

    I found our kitchen floor flooded yesterday. I noticed water coming from the inside of the fridge behind the crisper. Of course, after I removed the drawers, the water stopped? There is a coil of plastic hose behind the crisper which I believe feeds the water dispenser on the door? After mopping up, I opened the freezer side and found a frozen Niagara falls. Well, now I suspect the ice-maker, but still wonder how water got into the fridge sire. The checked the optics and they are perfect for the ice-maker. So far, that's all I have checked out. I am here for some advice on what to do next? I can pull out the ice-maker, etc. Or replace the water valve in the back? Or try to "boot" the ice-maker and see what happens? I am at a loss. Any ideas?

    Thanks in Advance!

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    Hi,

    KitchenAid Side-by-side
    Model#?
    http://www.applianceaid.com/model-number.php

    After mopping up, I opened the freezer side and found a frozen Niagara falls.
    From where, exactly.

    jeff.
    http://www.applianceaid.com/
    Appliance Repair Aid

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