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U-LINE ICE MAKER #ULN CLR 60 WH-00 WILL NOT START UP NO POWER

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Realized that there was nothing wrong with the unit....It is suposed to drain out water when running and need to jump start it...so alls good thanks for getting back to us...now were chilling.E.Bates

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