Question about Jenn-Air 21.6 cu. ft. Side-By-Side Refrigerator with Filtered Ice and Water

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Seems the freezer door was not completely closed. Ice started ot melt and then form icicles! Well we closed the freezer the next morning. Now the ice maker and water dispensor are not working. In addition, the bottom crisper was frozen (set at warmest setting). Will this repair itself or do I have to manually defrost the entire fridge? I would think the water tank was frozen and would defrost, but why would the ice maker stop working? Thanks!

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When you closed the door, the freezer froze all the condensation/melting ice,hence the icemaker freezing.
the best solution is a TOTAL defrost/clean out,then dry out.DO NOT USE HOT WATER/SCRAPERS,let it defrost naturally or use car de-icer.wipe out with bicarb to keep fresh.and then restart as new.

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