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Slow icecube maker

I bought my whirlpool refridg about three months ago
at loews store in lancaster ohio. it has a ice cube maker
built in. it ts the slowest icecube maker i`ve seen.is there something
i can do to speed it up. thank you gerald farley

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The harvest mode is started when the ice cube reaches around 14 degrees so lower the temp in the freezer or decrease the size of the cubes also make sure the fan vents in the freezer is unblocked. check the temp in the freezer should be around 0 degrees.

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