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Ice maker won't fill. When it stopped providing ice, we thought it might have been plugged by ice so turned it off and melted area with a blow dryer to no avail. Please advise.

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-Make sure turn the ice maker switch to ON. If on but still not fill then the water valve that supply water to the ice section is defect or not work properly. Check and replace it.
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