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most indoor dispensers are just a pathway for the ice to slide down with a flapper the dispensing mechanism is inside the freezer itself.
If for some reason you need to access the inside of the door it usually means removing the door seal to do so.
if you have a cold wash, you can try that, don't use oil, you'll have a huge mess. cold water tends to break up the detergent, not expand it as hot or warm water will. Run several cycles to ensure a well cleared system. Turn the heat off as well. you could also try to use a sprayer if it will reach into the machine with cold water to diffuse the suds. then run the rinse cycle, which will drain the machine
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Looking over your wiring diagram I would go straight for the freezer door light switch. Part number 241547901 or 1037569 Switch-light lamp,freezer door. It is used as an interlock to disable the dispenser controls while the freezer door is open. I would unplug refrigerator and remove switch by prying out of its slot in the door frame. Use an ohm meter to test both ways. It has a three wire connection that while door is open lights are on and dispenser control disabled. When door shuts lights off and dispenser should have power. Let me know what you find, Thanks, Sea Breeze