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No water flowing into the ice maker reservoir. I poured water into the reservoir, but no ice dropped after 10 hours. Next day I unplugged refrigerator opened freezer door and thawed it out for about two and a half hours. I used a hair dryer near/along the water outlet tube thaw. Then plugged the refrigerator back in turned the ice maker on and after 8 hours no water in the reservoir. I've seen the prongs raised up making me believe the sweep process is working. Kitchen Aid KSRU25 side by side. Thanks

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Well, if the ice maker were working properly, when you poured water, assuming you poured A, enough water, and B, not too much water, you should have seen some cubes drop into the bucket. But since you did not get any ice cubes, I would have to say the reason your ice maker is not making ice is because you have a bad ice maker. Its not receiving water because it is not cycling.

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