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Water line to dispenser makes it all the way to a

Blue connector on the bottom of the refrigerator but it does not dispense. Is the line maybe plugged somewhere?

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If your getting water up to the bottom of the door at that fitting, its frozen within the door might try , hitting it with a hair dryer, at the nozzle and also on the inside of freezer door at back side of the dispensor.( sure beats defrosting entire unit.) but yea def frozen within door itself

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