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I am confused on the 'too slow' comment of the water flow through the solenoid.
I have a water filtration system that supplies the ice maker solenoid but have no idea as to its operating pressure is there a suggested presure?
What is the fix after a new solenoid? Replumb the water supply to the ice maker to keep the pressure up?
Changed to city water at your suggestion and the solenoid froze again. I don't believe pressure has anything to do with my problem it is a faulty valve that is allowing water to trickle to the ice maker & freeze the tip so the system fail;s.
Best I can measure is the fridge is running at close to 0. But when I took the water solenoid out of the loop there was water laying in the tubing going to the ice maker and this should have been completely shut off by the solenoid when the system is not calling for water. So I am replacing this solenoid and going back to the R/O supply.