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Ice despenser door not opening

My one month old LG, has an issue. The ice depenser door will not open when the pad is depressed, so ice just builds inside the freezer and you have to force it through with the door open. Help?

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I also had the same issue with my LG and had a service tech come out. A wire had came off on the back side of the door. I think there is two wires going to the motor to open that door. So check that the wires are still attached.

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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I had this problem. There is a piece of ice jammed in there that is blocking the door. try pouring some warm water into the hole from the inside and naking sure the path is clear.

Posted on Jun 15, 2007

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