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Water is slow and production of ice cubes is very law

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Production of ice cubes depends on freezer temperature. zero degrees turns out ice more often than 15-20 degrees. Slow water?
You may have a partial clog in the supply line to the water sloenoid vavle. Are the ice cubes normal size when dumped?

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I understand that your icemaker is dispensing ice cubes at a slow pace inside of your Frigidaire refrigerator. You could have a slow ice production due to your water filter or water valve. I would suggest checking to make sure your house supply is fully opened and check to make sure your filter does not need to be replaced. This could also be an issue with your water valve. Since it could be anyone of these underlying issues I would recommend contacting a professional technician for proper diagnosis and repair. This will also help you to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. -Matt

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Is the ice maker itself filling normally, meaning where the cubes are made gets enough water to cover the complete area or just a few slots? If not then check the fill tube where the water comes into the ice maker to make sure no ice has formed blocking the water from coming in.
Now if ice production in general has slowed, going from every 45 minutes or so to like every 6 hours, then your machine more than likely isn't getting cold enough. The ice maker requires the temperature be at least 10 degrees F or below for it to function properly.

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If you could observe exactly where the water is dripping from it would help but...If it overfills and drips, look for an adjustment behind the plastic endcover with a +/- on it. - is less water.
If it continuously drips, replace the water inlet valve on the back where the house water supply comes in.
The water inlet valve on the back of the unit where the water supply comes in can have a slow leak and will cause ice to buildup and block the fill tube. Disconnect the ice maker line from the valve and watch to see if it has a slow drip. It doesn’t take much to eventually block the fill tube.

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generally low ice production can be attributed to a couple of things. first and most importantly is temperature problems in order for the ice maker to pmake ice at a consistant rate the temp has to be 0 farenheight if it is not it causes slow production. altho you may have the temps set low enuf you need to check to be sure the coils underneath the unit are clean. also monitor door openings and heavy usage.
The next thing that can cause slow ice production is a bad temp sensor in the ice maker itself. this part is replaceable and is inexpensive usually less than 20.00 dollars. 
One last thing that can happen is the icemaker may be cycling twice to get enough water to make a full mold of ice this is very rare and you would notice occasional hollow ice cubes or very small cubes.
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