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My U-Line CO2075FS ice maker seems to over fill and drip water into the ice cube storage drawer. How do I adjust the water flow or fill level limit?

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If your water is overfilling then you probably need a faceplate for your icemaker. If you remove the cover on your icemaker(pry on the corners and pull @ same time) You will see a screw with a spring on it. That adjust the water flow. If you tighten you decrease the water. Make sure the gears are not corrioded. If it is. Replace the plate with the gears on it.

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