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I have a GE side by side refrigerator about 7 years old it has a thru the door ice/water dispenser the water seems to be dropping in the ice tray inside the freezer and freezing in a mass at the bottom of the ice maker. what do you think is wrong?

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Your inlet valve is malfunctioning. Sometimes when they go bad they either let in to much water or none at all. It is located on the back under accesss panel where your water line connects to your fridge. Rate me if I helped you!

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