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ICEU220HA1 ice machine is half full of water - water fills up through drain hole in the tub when cleaning/purging pump

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You have a restriction in the drain line beyond the ice machine and the water is backing up into the unit. You can try some Drain-o or snake the drain.

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2. Remove the lower kick plate under the door. There will be a screws in the bottom corners of the panel holding it on.
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