I have water dripping from the water line that feeds into the water inlet valve. I am getting ice and water from the dispenser, but water on the floor from the dripping. Does this sound like the water inlet valve needs to be replaced?
Answer KT, Not really, a drip from the connector on a water valve, could be as simple as a loose connection, and only needs to be tightened a little. You would proably want to turn off the water supply, loosen and remove the connector from the inlet valve and check to see that the valve connector is not cracked or stripped, and the compression nut on the tube for the same. If all's OK reattach the connector, tighten as tight as possible by hand, then add an additional 1/2 to 3/4 turn on the nut with a small pliers or crescent wrench.
Changed water valve blew in hose sucked water out of line did everthing hear water running but no water comes out of door.
Answer Hello Md. Unhook the line from the bottom of the door and see if water comes out there when you press the paddle. If so, the line in the door is frozen and will need to be thawed out.