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Ice Falls Into Freezer Compartment

We just hooked up and started using our GE fridge, and noticed that both crushed ice and block ice fall between the maker and the chute into the freezer compartment. Is there some kind of sleeve we are missing that directs ice ONLY to the chute? There does not appear to be anything directing ice to the hole and some of the ice bounces in the wrong direction. Thanks in advance.

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Yes i Believe there is Post the entire model # and I can find a part # or even ship it to you. Was the refrig an open box item??

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