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Refrigerator with automatic The ice melts and leaks out the door?

The ice melts and leaks out the door?

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Same problem with my unit. The plastic tray seems to warp over time and the water drips out of the tray prior to freezing into the cubes. I was able to purchase a replacement tray online. I also discovered a hidden reset button under the right side where the ice tray motor assembly is located. This button had to be pressed in order to get it to cycle through again after replacing the plastic tray. We'll see if this solves the problem of water spillage all over the interior of the freezer!

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