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Ice make won't drop the ice

The ice tray won't drop the ice some times and then the tray will fill up with water over the ice and freeze up solid

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The ice mould has a very low wattage element built into it to help release the ice cubes. This heater may be faulty. Most ice-makers have no serviceable parts in them. You may have to replace the complete ice maker.

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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