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if your talking about the water line from the bottom of the door to the
despenser head, it pulls out and is replaceable, might be a little
tricke to feed through the door but there is a channel in which it will
push back through
Could be a bad water valve on the rear of the unit or the water line is frozen for the water in the door. Remove the toekick plate under the front and disconnect the water coupling to water in the door. Activate the water switch to see if water comes out there.
You have a supply voltage issue on your main board. This is located at the back of the refrigerator in a small compartment. You can get the part and replace it yourself, just make sure you un-plug the fridge before you start the project. It is pretty simple to do, so give it a shot. Good luck!!
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Your water line could
be frozen in the door. You can disconnect the line under the unit before it
goes into the door at the bottom hinge. Push the dispenser button and see if it
comes out there. If it does leave the door open
till it thaws. Covering the opening with a blanket will prevent the loss of
cold in the freezer. disconnect
the line to the water dispenser at the water inlet valve on the back where the
water supply comes in and try the dispenser. if you hear the valve work but
water doesn't come out, the valve is bad. If you don't hear the valve, the
dispenser switch is bad. GE makes a heater that will prevent this from
happing again. The part number for this heater is WR49X10173.
Make sure that the bucket is pushed in all the way. If the motor is running the screw should be turning. I would also take the bucket out and try to turn the auger by hand to make sure it is turning free.
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Have the same thing happen a few times. The posted solution is correct, but in the mean time you can thaw the line by heating with a blow dryer inside and outside the door, and around the ice dispenser. This should take about 15 mins.
if you wich to disable the despenser for water in the door just unplug the electrial connector on the water valve it has 2 selenoids on it one is for water in the door it has the largest plastic line under the selenoid
just unplug the connector to that selenoid
you will still have ice and it will despense through the door
I would try putting on the light at the dispenser. It worked for me but took almost 24 hours to work. I am now keeping the light on all the time. Simple solution to try. My ice was working when the water was not coming out.