No water will run out there was a bit of water in the line but no flow
Was playing with this earlier tubes are tied together but most of them I can bend with out any cracking sound. It appears there is flexibility but where tubes are tied together it is difficult to tell. my next move would have to be to break the ties and examine the entire line.
Have a VOM, I have worked 40 years as a motor designer in the electric motor industry. I worked on Emerson's development of the 8 and 16 watts condenser fan motors. What do I need to check is the valve controlling this dual solenoids?
That is great Bill. Yes sir, follow the water line down the back of the freezer it will connect to one side of that dual valve. Disconnect the other side and set your meter above 120 volts ac. Insert the probes in that connector and have someone press the disepenser for water. You should get voltage. I expect that you will. Get a bucket if you do to catch water in and pull the water line off from the side of the valve you disconnected. Hold that valve over the bucket after you have the water line disconnected and press for water at the dispenser, have the wire connector reconnected. I believe you will not get any water.If I am correct at each test you need to replace that water valve. If that happens please leave a rating for me. If it happens that I am incorrect or if you have questions about anything at all please ask me.Thanks,Barry
I left out the part about reconnecting the wire connector.Before you hold the valve over the bucket and after the water line is removed connect the wire connector first, then ask someone to press the dispenser for water.I thought it but did not type it, sorry about that.Barry