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Old 09-27-2014, 04:17 PM   #1
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First week in our coach and already have a question and a problem...Our ice maker not working and the manual says make sure its plugged in to outlet. Dont see one of those. What are we missing? Also coach listing because hydraulics are leaking. Called for support and are waiting to hear back from them...
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Old 09-27-2014, 04:32 PM   #2
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Which refrigerator do you have? Norcold or residential type?

If you are listing from leaking jacks, I would get the truck under there and hook it up and leave it. It's a real bear to get those back up on the hitch if you lose the hydraulics and set the nose down.
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Old 09-27-2014, 06:33 PM   #3
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If you have an RL, the water shutoff is under the kitchen sink for the icemaker. Go under the sink and follow the cold line and you'll see a tap for a smaller line to the icemaker and a small valve to open or close flow.

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Like Piper Guy said the water line is under the kitchen sink and the electrical plug is behind the access panel on the outside.
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sounds like all our icemakers connect under the sink -
at least that's where I turned our 38gk's residential fridge's icemaker off when the line froze...

giving the year, model, etc... of your redwood will help us help you
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Mine had a hydraulic leak up under the belly pan It showed up as a leak at one of the jacks. But hydraulic fluid under pressure goes everywhere.
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We have a 2014 36RL.
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i think we're talking apples and oranges...some are referring to electrical connection, other the water.

All the ice maker water lines originate under the kitchen sink, there is a valve to open/close the water flow to the ice maker.

On the Norcold RV fridge there is an electrical cord in the rear [outside] of the fridge, take off the lower cover, you'll see the cord for the ice maker, the 110v outlet is on the left side [toward front of coach], it's way back there, kind of difficult to see/access, the cord for the ice maker should plug in there if it isn't already plugged in.
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