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can you get us the model number so we can better assist you ? there should be a tag inside the refrigerator section either on the side wall or the ceiling .
I pulled and pushed on them, they wont turn
I would say 1:00 or 11:00 depending on your perspective
Yes, and the switch is on
No noise or movement from icemaker and the green light is on
No, it stays up
I can push it down
It wont stay down, just pops back up
No ice in it
Back Again, Do you have any advice on how to allow more slack in the 4 water lines going from the valve to the refrig. I pulled on them and they don't seem to want to pull out allowing me to work on it easier? Also how do you access the switch for light?
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On the inlet valve there are 4 water lines coming from the bottom going into the refrigerator, they will not pull out to allow me easy access to working on it to replace it, very little working space unless I could pull them out some. The diagram you sent of the switch is very poor, cant make out what anything is.
No, could not find the upper hinge assembly, or any info on the water lines to gain slack
OK, I figured out the switch problem, now the "no slack" at the inlet valve?
I'm still waiting on advice about getting more slack on the 4 water lines going to the inlet valve, is this even possible?