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Ice maker not working

Hello,
When we moved in to this house two years ago I noticed the arm on the ice maker which controls (on-off) the ice maker is missing. So every time we needed to stop the ice making, I had to shot the water off. Recently after the water was off for 2 months, I turned it on and no water came to the ice maker in the freezer. The ice mover (pusher) is turning but no water to freeze.
Would you please let me know what could be the the problem and how can I add the missing arm.

Regards,
Sam

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For the missing arm you should contact the company via your dealer. The water pipe must be clogged with ice and dirt preventing water to flow to the ice maker. If you have real patience, you can fix it but might take some time. Take some warm water and pour it slowly through the pipe in the opposite direction of water flow. The warmness of water will melt the ice and clear of the dirt. Sometimes it may take hours, but the time taken depends on the amount of ice in the pipe. Since this is a matter of just 2 months, i assume it won't take much time.

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