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Ice maker problem, side by side refrigerator

My GE 25 side by side gives very few ice cubes in long time period so in 1 hour i have about 5-10 ice cubes in ice storage. What should I do now?

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My fridge started doing something like this and it turned out to be my water filter. I replaced it even though it was before it's designated time and it fixed it. Hope this helps!

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

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Ice in ice bin sort of melts and sticks together and wont dispence out the door . it is a G E

Posted on Aug 12, 2007

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