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The ice maker is not making cubes any more the ice comes out in chunks like it is melting together. The freezer temp shows -2.and everything else in the freezer seems fine. any ideas? just a year old.

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Hi,
Here are some basic tips for ice maker troubleshootingThe ice maker is not making cubes any more the ice - 2_bing.gif...

Ice Maker Problems and Ice Maker Troubleshooting
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3876071-ice_maker_problems_ice_maker

Also check that it is not staying in defrost too long...

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