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Ice stuck in ice maker

I have a fridigidaire side by side. The ice maker was not making any ice, until I pulled the whole thing out and put it back in. Now it has frozen cubes in it, but they are stuck and will not come out. I can hear it clicking as it tries to release the ice. Any help would really be appreciated.
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    Is there a part number that will help me find a replacement? I have searched a few places for the part number on the front of the ice maker with no luck. This is all I have. PN 241621901

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The heater in the is not coming on replace the icemaker it is a lot easier than replacing the mold heater assy doesn't coast that much more

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