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LFX25960ST Ice maker problem

My refrigerator is about 1.5 years old.  The ice maker stopped making ice the other day.  It was working but it was full and the ice was trying to dump more when it was full so I dumped all the ice to allow it to make new ice.  It is not making any more ice.  I tried to move the wire but it will not move.  I thought maybe it was flipped up so I tried to move it but it will not move either direction.  I don't want to force it but don't understand why it will not move.  Can you help?  What else could be keeping the ice from being made?  There are no error codes and everything else is working fine.  I can also get water out of the door so I know the water is on.

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  • steve_tiedem Dec 02, 2008


    I have an LG refrigerator with an Ice maker that stopped working.  You said the I/M is bad but what is the I/M?  How do I know that will fix my problem.  I turned off the ice maker and now the wire will move and when I turn it on the arm moves from down position to the up position and the arms that pushes the ice cubes out cycles around.  Everything seems to work fine except now the ice tray will not fill with water.  when it stopped working the wire would not move.  I thought it had just frozen so I thought turning it off and letting it thaw out would fix it but now it does not fill with water.  When it stopped working there was water in the tray but it would not eject the ice. Now it seems to have thawed and work fine but does not fill with water. What do I need to replace?  Can you help?  
    I believe I will need parts.  Can you advise?



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As long as switch on icemaker is on then your i/m died. It needs to be replaced. I can get LG parts if you need one. Please leave feedback. Thanks

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