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My em1200 does not work

Since i got this thing i have had problems now it freezes up i tryed
to unplug it and plug it back in the line moves around to a
certain point then it freezes again it is only 1 month old,
i am not happy with this product and will try what you say
to do and if i still have problems i will trash it

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* I've had this problem a lot with my old fridge. Water line works but no ice.
* Check if the "Ice Full" leaver is in the down (no ice) position. Some ice makers will lock the leaver (a stiff wire) in the full position to manually shut off ice maker. Make sure it swings up and down when ice tray is empty.
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First, I'm not a Maytag tech.
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*** The following is for information only.**
* I've had this problem a lot with my old fridge. Water line works but no ice.
* Check if the "Ice Full" leaver is in the down (no ice) position. Some ice makers will lock the leaver (a stiff wire) in the full position to manually shut off ice maker. Make sure it swings up and down when ice tray is empty.
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