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Ice maker & water dispenser won't work

We recently moved our fridge and when we put it back the icemaker and water dispenser stopped working. The light in the freezer is also gone now. It's plenty cold but can't figure out how to get the ice and water dispenser working again - it's like it's lost power or something? Fridge is a counter sunk side by side. Any ideas?

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I recently found out that the water supply lines are coiled up inside behind the frige on the refrigerator side moving the unit will cause those coiled up lines to shift to the freezer side of the unit, causing a freeze up,take the cardboard lower back off and move those lines further away from the freezer side of the unit, as one of those coiled up lines are to chill the water for the dispenser and the other is supply for the icemaker, this should fix your problem, becareful not to move them too far away from the freezer side as they are meant to chill the water for the dispenser

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