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Ice maker will not stop making ice. It keeps on coming after the bar is raised. What will fix it ?

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Can you raise the bar and detent it it into the off position? Will it stay there? Does the unit continue to make ice even when the bar is in the off position? If it does then there is something wrong with the icemaker. Also, you may want to check that the bar is in the proper location, meaning that the bar is inserted in the head assembly and the other end is supported if that is the type you have.

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