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Ice Maker Supply Lines


One of the many modern day conveniences we have in our kitchens today is an ice maker.  Ice makers use water from an ice maker supply line coming out of the wall, usually located behind your refrigerator.  Ice maker supply lines are made of plastic or copper and both materials can stretch or kink over time.

Homeowners should check their ice maker lines and connections periodically.  When spring cleaning extra care should be taken when moving the refrigerator away from the wall and back, so not to pinch the line. If the supply line appears old, kinked or is leaking call Michaels Plumbing Service at 770-592-0081. We can replace the line and connections if needed.

Of course, if you don’t have an icemaker supply line and you want one, just call Michaels Plumbing Service for a free estimate of the installation cost.

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