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The ice maker will not shut off on the LG refrigerator.

The icemaker on the LG refrigerator will not shut off and of course the ice container is beyond capacity of ice. When you pull out the ice drawer to grap some ice excess ice goes everywhere.

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The internal switch that is supposed to shut the ice maker production off when the bucket is full has failed. Replace your ice maker

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