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Ice amker and water spickett is no longer working

Temperature was slowly getting colder, regarless of setting. Now on the medium setting everything in the refrigerator and freezer seem to be at a good temp. The ice maker: At first we had too much ice- then it made hollow ice, and gradually it waned down to nothing. This has coincided with the slowly pouring water spicket, that now just drips. the problems started about a week ago, and now production of water and ice has completely stopped.

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Hollow ice cubes are the result of poor water flow to the ice maker. I know you already have experienced flow issur since you mentioned poor water dispenser flow. You apparently have a filter clogged, a house supply valve clogged or lastly a clogged water solonoid valve. The filter is self explanitory. You would replace the filter. The house supply valve is next most likely, to test it you would need to remove the supply line at the rear of the refrigerator after turning supply off the turn supply on to check flow. If the flow is STRONG then next most likely is a clogged solonoid valve. To test it you would, with supply connected and turned on, need to locate the plastic tube that goes to the water dispenser reservoir in the refrigerator section. Disconnect the tube at the solonoid valve and place glass or pitcher at solonoid port while someone presses the diapenser lever. If you have poor flow then but had good supply flow, the valve must be bad.

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