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Water dispenser does not work

In door water will not work. Disconnected water line under front freezer door and pushed lever to dispense and it works to that point. The problem must be in the freezer door? This problem has happened three times before and after taking lines apart it would work again in a day or two, this time it hasn't worked for a month and I keep trying to clear the lines but I can only get water at the union at the bottom of the freezer door where it starts up the inside of the freezer door. Ice and crushed ice both work.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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The problem is in the freezer door insulation, or lack of, get your model number and serial number handy call 800-386-1215 and see if your machine is under the door replacement program

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