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Problem Door where ice cubes come out, just keeps opening and closing. A couple of lights are blinking also. No alarms just the temp and water light

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  • bossier55 Dec 21, 2007

    It's a Maytag ice2 O french drawer. I unplugged it and nothing happened.

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Sometimes these things can be fixed by unplugging, waiting a few minutes and replugging the unit in. If not, could be anything since you don't say what kind of unit you have.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

  • Robert Hirst Dec 21, 2007

    It sounds like you've fried the circuit board. Good luck, sir.

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