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Water drips from ice maker and freezes into the freezer compartment-makes a long ice cycle. I have taken the ice storage out many many times and cleaned out frozen water, dried it, put it back in the right way and within in 2 days it happens again. There will be frozen water in the area where the storage box hooks into the ice maker too.

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MAKE SURE THE FLAP ON THE DOOR DISPENSER IS CLOSING,SOUNDS LIKE AIR IS GETTING IN AND FREEZING THINGS UP,THANKS-MIKE

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I am assuming you have the ice maker that the tray twists to release the ice. There is a new tray out with a wall to prevent the water spilling over. The part number is
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you need to remove the i/m from the freezer and make sure the "fill cup" doesnt have an ice blockage. thats where the water has to funnel into the mold. it can get a drip into the cup and then freeze in the cup. clear it out once and try it again, but if it happens once or twice again , then you might have to replace the water inlet valve.

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check for levelness of the ice maker also make sure that the fill tube is inserted all the way into the unit

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Replace the icemaker . The laser receiver (on right side ) is supposed to blink twice then pause then twice repeatedly .Normal. Also clean the coils under fridge .

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