Pull the appliance three feet away from the wall to unplug the electrical cord.
Twist the valve knob on the cold water pipe to the right as far as it will turn to shut off water.
Wrap a 2-inch length of pipe below the valve knob with plumber's tape.
Slide the saddle valve clamp in your kit onto the tape wrapping and twist the screw in the clamp clockwise to puncture the cold water pipe.
Fasten the connector on the end of the water line to the threaded nozzle on the saddle valve, tightening with the adjustable wrench.
Drill a hole through the cabinet next to the cold water pipe, using the drill, to create access for the water line to the Kenmore. Use a 1/2-inch drill bit.
Route the loose end of the water line through the cabinet to the back of the Kenmore.
Wrap plumber's tape around the threaded pipe protruding from the back of the Kenmore Elite on the upper right.
Twist on the connector on the water line to the pipe on the Kenmore Elite and tighten with the wrench.
Unscrew the knob on the water pipe and the smaller knob on the saddle valve hooked into the pipe. Check for leaks at the pipe and the back of the Kenmore Elite. Twist the connections clockwise with the wrench to stop minor dripping, then dry your hands
Plug in the Kenmore Elite's electrical cord.
Open the freezer door to turn on the power switch for the ice maker.