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I have a GE Arctica side-by-side refrigerator/freezer. The water dispenser hasn't work in years (I replaced the filter but that didn't work) but the ice maker always did. Now, the ice maker has stopped working, but the arm inside turns. I'm assuming there's a problem with the water production, but where should I begin to find out what the problem is???

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Bad water valve

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