breister Posted February 1, 2016 Report Share Posted February 1, 2016 We have a Norcold double door fridge with a built in ice-maker. I drained the water supply line and shut off the water supply valve as we will be travelling from MN soon and don't want it to freeze. Even though the "wire" switch thing in the ice maker is in the up(off) position, it still sounds like it is running and trying to get water or something. Is there a way to completely turn this thing off or is it ok to just let it do what it's doing? Also, my LP detector goes off for no reason at all. My wife and I were sitting in the unit visiting yesterday with nothing running, and the LP detector went off. Can I just replace it with a new CO2 detector and get the same security for us or do we also need a new LP detector? Thanks for any advice folks. Brian Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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