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I changed the filter and got no ice.

I changed the filter and flushed out the line and reset the filter but I still can not make ice. I had the refrig. making ice with out the filter and then it stopped on its own. I bought the replacement filter thinking it would work but it has not made ice. What do I do???

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The rubber washer around the end of the filter can sometimes shift to block the water flow to the icemaker without blocking the water flow to the water line. By removing and reinserting the filter, ensuring that the rubber washer was in its proper place, solved the problem for me.

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Have you made sure that the rotator forks aren't jammed by an errant piece of ice. If the forks cant rotate you wont make ice no matter what. This is the #1 problem I have seen on ice maker repairs. Check it out , hope this helps.

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No Its not normal, first of all did you flush the entire line and replace the filter at the same time? All of this is a factor. A stainless steel line is nothing more than a rubber hose wrapped in a steel mess, it very easy to move around and install. I think allow time for the water to settle and flush out the entire water system with a filter change should fix this issue.

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It will be good to clean well the full line leading to the filter.Since when the filter is changed you must make sure the supply lines had not been clogged. Now drain out the water for sometime after the new filter is changed as it will have a chemical smell. Flush off for sometime before you can start using. There cannot be any other reason than this , make sure there is no fault in the water inlet line.
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