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I have just bought a slightly used GE GDL2OKCSABS fridge, hooked up the icemaker and after almost 24 hours now... no ice. what do you think is the problem?

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Is I/M switch in the 'on' position? Is water pressure good at refrigerator connection? If so, call GE for free wty service.

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