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Old 12-10-2015, 10:48 AM   #1
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Need help I want to remove the icemaker

2004 Itasca Suncruiser 38R W-22. Norcold RM 842. The ice maker just spills water out into the freezer compartment. I would like to just remove the ice maker, and it looks simple enough. My problem is the water supply. I can't find where to turn it off. I have looked in all the basement bays. I looked in the access panel on the outside near the entry door. I can see the valve, and I can see the supply line coming up from inside the wall. I can easily undo the connection from the supply line to the valve. I just can't find a shutoff for that water line. Can anyone help me out?
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My shutoff is under the kitchen sink if that helps.
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My shutoff is under the kitchen sink if that helps.
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On Mine I had to cap the lines. It took some hunting around as the lines were different size from household. Finally found an rv Dealer that had them. Eventually I replaced the Ice maker but I also installed a shut off valve.
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I have a 2005 Itasca Suncruiser 38R.

Your ice maker water line shut off is located under the sink in the line that goes to the small drinking water faucet on the sink. I had to pull the line up from behind the back of the cabinet to access the shut off valve.

For the complete plumbing diagram for your 2004 Itasca see Winnebago's website.
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Old 12-10-2015, 12:12 PM   #6
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Our shut off for the ice maker is under the kitchen sink.
Point of interest. I was able to correct a similar sounding ice maker leak by removing the water feed tube at the rear of the IM compartment and reinstalling it with epoxy puddy. Not too hard to do, just took some time and investigation. That was three years ago. It is neat to have fresh ice with our adult beverages.
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I have a 2005 Itasca Suncruiser 38R.

Your ice maker water line shut off is located under the sink in the line that goes to the small drinking water faucet on the sink. I had to pull the line up from behind the back of the cabinet to access the shut off valve.

For the complete plumbing diagram for your 2004 Itasca see Winnebago's website.
Exactly as you describe it. Thanks very much !
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