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GE side by side, ice will not come thru the door dispenser. Water comes out just fine Please do not SPAM my email - this is my work email

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With these side by side ice makers there is a coil rod inside the ice tray. Somebody might pulled out some ice from the tray and it is not set straight. Try this, open the door and look to see if your ice has fused together. Break up the ice. Pull out the ice tray and look for ice blocking your coil. Look for ice blocking the route the ice travels. Replace the ice tray and make sure it sits in square and all the way back on the lips it sits on. Close the door and see if this works. Let me know if it does, if not let me know the model / number so I can provide you with more info.
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