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Ice Cube Size adjustmentsLG SXS Refrigerator. Model GR-L-207 DVZA

I have the above model fridge but now find the ice cubes it makes are too big for the despatch worm to handle - is there anyone who can advise how it is possible to adjust/reduce the water content into the ice making mould to reduce the size of the ice blocks. Thanks in advance.

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  • rog_birkin Jan 30, 2009

    Sorry folks but appear to have posted this in the wrong department (and dunno how to re-post it - sorry !)

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If you pull the front cover off the ice maker,You will see an adjustment srew with + and - symbol ,just turn that srew.

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