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Ice maker problem

The ice dispenses well and regularly, however, the ice has a foul odor that makes drinking ice water unpleasant.
The ice is perfectly clear looking even though it smells bad.
The filtered water otherwise tastes fine and fresh and appears clear when tasted without the ice.  about one month ago I changed the filter without any problem and it has been working fine up until now.
The ice maker recently stopped dumping dumping the ice from the tray. As a result, I turned it off for 12 hours or so, turned it on again, and it began to work again.  That's when the bad ice began.  
What do I do?

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Ice maker will work perfectly for 3 months then stop for amonth then work for 3 months

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Let it run its caused by stagment water in the system it will clear over time.

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