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Help my icemaker quit

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The ice maker in my 12 yr old Kitchenaid frig quit working. We didn't do anything other than vacuum the dust off the coils and the bottom compartment.

When I put the lever down it does nothing. I don't hear any noise from the cube heaters at all.

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Had the same problem last year.I frist started with new filter and water flow valve,Didnt work! took out the mechanism with on off lever in there is a switch,mine was dead,replaced it for about 100 bucks problem solved.

I'd go straight to that switch! each repair I did before I had to wait hours to see if it was working.

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Unplug the ice maker the plug it back in. Maybe that would reset it. My machine had the flippers that push the cubes out stuck so water froze behind them. I just remover the maker and melted the cubes put the machine back in the thing has worked great for 3 years now.

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if it has the lever sounds like it is not connected to a dispenser on door so it may be the switch connected to that lever or the motor. you probably need a new ice maker, just a guess without looking at it. there is nothing to changing it but do have to wait for it to get to 0 before it will make ice.

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