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    Default kenmore galaxy icemaker -no ice!

    New 2 year old fridge kenmore galaxy model 106.56502400 stopped making ice. A few weeks ago the tray was filled with frozen water, but wasn't makig ice. Arm is down. ( side by side fridge) the auto water dispenser works fine....now there is no water dripping and no water in the ice tray .
    Need advice before I call a repair man to come in and turn a screw for $100..thanx!!!

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    What position are your ejector blades in? 2 o'clock, 6 o'clock, 9 o'clock?

    Its likely you have a bad ice maker module if you feel the ice in the ice maker, but its not dumping the ice.

    Here is a test/help link:
    http://www.applianceaid.com/icemaker-modual.html

    Here is a new ice maker module in case you need to order it:
    Icemaker control module kit

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