Can I move fridge with wa

S > Just moved into a house with a refrigerator that has an automatic ice S > and water dispenser. I'd like to move it out a few feet to clean S > below. S > S > If I move the refrigerator, will it break the water line? Or do these S > things have several feet of extra length for moving purposes? Or do S > people disconnect the water line internally somehow before moving?
Bet you're feeling a little self-conscious now that you realize there had to be a length of pipe to install into the refrig in the first place! <grin> Better to check first than risk a flood!
Also be sure to check the extra length is not caught on something or itself before pulling the refrigerator out too far.
Our shutoff valve is located in the basement - sink is on the opposite side of the kitchen. Is one of the clamp-on-and-puncture types. When we removed the refrig from the kitchen for recarpeting a few months ago the tap did drip a little - let it drip into a coffee can. Didn't leak enough to even cover the bottom of the can.
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