Create a service loop with the copper tubing. Avoid kinks
when coiling the copper tubing. Secure copper tubing to
refrigerator cabinet with a "P" clamp.
Using an adjustable wrench, hold the nut on the plastic water
line to keep it from moving. Then, with a second wrench turn
nut on the copper tubing counterclockwise
to completely tighten. Do not overtighten.
A. Copper tubing
B. "P" clamp
E. Water valve inlet port
3. Turn on water supply to refrigerator and check for leaks.
Correct any leaks.
Create a service loop (minimum diameter of 2 ft [61 cm]) with
the copper tubing. Avoid kinks when coiling the copper
2. Remove the plastic cap from water valve inlet port. Place a
nut and sleeve on the copper tubing.
3. Insert the end of the copper tubing into the water valve inlet
port. Shape tubing slightly so that the tubing feeds straight
into the port to avoid kinks.
4. Slide the compression
nut over the sleeve and screw into the
water valve inlet port.
A. Plastic water line
D. Copper tubing
B. Water valve inlet port
E. "P" clamp
6. Check connection by pulling on copper tubing. Attach copper
tubing to refrigerator cabinet with a "P" clamp. Turn on water
supply to refrigerator and check for leaks. Correct any leaks.
Electrical Shock Hazard
Plug into a grounded
3 prong outlet.
Do not remove ground prong.
Do not use an adapter.
Do not use an extension
Failure to follow
these instructions can result in death,
fire, or electrical
1. Plug into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
NOTE: Allow 24 hours to produce the first batch of ice. Discard
the first three batches of ice produced. Allow 3 days to completely
fill the ice container.
A. Plastic water tubing
D. Copper tubing