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Model arse66mbb...my ice maker is not pushing ice out. I didn't know if it had water so i put some in and the ice was pusing out...like it was stuck..but it now is still not working

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Try using your hair dryer to defrost the pipe inside at the back.
This should defrost the supply line at the back of the ice cube tray.

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