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LG ice maker only fills half of the cubes

And not very full. replaced filter etc. help!!! LG die by side

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On the ice maker you will see a little screw with a + or - printing check carefully on the side just turn it on the way of + it will increase the water time so you will have bigger icecube. hope i was helpful!

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Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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