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Posted by Dr Home on January 31st, 1999 03:05 PM
In reply to icemaker by TIM on January 31st, 1999 12:16 PM [Go to top of thread]

Three initial possibilities to try first. Check the temperature of the freezer
compartment. The ideal temperature for this area should be from 0 to +10 degrees.
Most newer freezers have a humidity control dial to keep it from sweating. Turn the
dial to lower the humidity level. Also when you removed the icemaker to defrost it,
you should have dried it out thoroughly (in the sun or by the furnace register for an
hour or two) to eliminate any condensation which could have frozen up some very
important components. If all of these are functioning properly then write back.

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