I have developed a leak in the waterline to the icemaker in the refridgerator.
Leak is somewhere in the line between where it comes out of the floor and where it goes into the back of the fridge.
I moved the fridge out last Saturday to clean behind it and clean the floor under it. Then I rolled it back into place.
Water line has a lot of extra coils of copper so that fridge can be rolled out and back.
Noticed puddling on the floor next to the fridge last night. Mopped it up. More puddlig this am, mopped that up and shut off the valve to the water line.
I'd really prefer not having to go into the crawl space to replace the entirety of the 1/4 or 3/8 inch copper line.
Any body have any ideas about so;ldering in (or otherwise connectig up) a replacement length of tubing in the back to fix this if the cpper lne is cracked / droken / etc?
I haven't yet pulled the fridge out again to see if its just an issue with the compresson fittng. Thats a job for Saturday, as would any waterlne repair be.
Just looking for suggestions before I start on tis Saturday AM.