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Lever that slides from water to ice on frigerator door is broken

The lever that slides from water to ice is broken off & there is only a little black jagged edge is left where the lever used to be. How do I replace it?

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You can probably get from from an appliance parts store or heat up some plastic and kind of mold it to the shape of the lever and then while it is hot and soft simply press the plastic over the lever and let it set for about 10 minutes to form a cast if you will.

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