- 1). Twist the knob on the water-supply line behind the refrigerator clockwise until tight to halt the flow of water to the ice maker.
- 2). Unplug the refrigerator electrical cord to prevent risk of shock while working on the appliance.
- 3). Loosen the two to four mounting screws that hold the ice maker to the inside wall of the freezer.
- 4). Push upward on the ice maker from the bottom to disengage the part from the notches on the wall.
- 5). Lower the ice maker gently and pull back to expose the wiring harness. Grip the plug on the end of the harness and pull it out of the socket inside the freezer wall. Do not pull on the wires.
- 6). Pull the plastic water feed tube out of the top of the ice maker where it fits inside the fill cup.
- 7). Remove the ice maker from the refrigerator and reconnect the electrical cord.
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