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On my Kenmore model 106.74254400 refrigerator the water dispenser quit working. I push the button dispenser but nothing happens. The ice maker is working fine. Could it be the water dispenser switch?

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It could be the switch. It also could be the resevoir is frozen behind the crispers. It could be the water valve has a bad coil. It could be a plugged filter if you have one in the line. Was the frig recently extra cold just before the problem? Check the resevoir first.
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