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Ge refrige freezer ,water to ice maker.

The water to the ice maker seems to be making ice, but no water comes out when you try to fill a glass with ice and water, You get ice but no water..I checked the filter . it works ok . I even put a new one on. How do I get the water to flow again

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    water running normal again...thanks for the help... saved me a lotta bucks

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HI.YOU NEED TO CHECK THAT THE WATER VALVE IS WORKING OK THERE ARE TWO SEPARATE VALVES FOR THE FRIDGE


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