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I have a whirlpool gold side by side model number g56nhaxu500 it is 2 years old and weve never had a problem til now. our ice maker tray keeps freezing and we cant get it out. ice forms underneath it and we dont know why.

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The water solenoid that supplies water to the ice maker is faulty and the solenoid needs to be replaced. What it is doing is filling to a certin point at regular speed and then not sutting off compleatly and dribbling until it starts flowing over the side. Please rate my assistance. Thank you

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