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Just my two cents, GE refrigerator water line freezing in the freezer door is not uncommon. It sounds like the valves are working since you say you can hear it trying to dispense. Pull the toekick off, find the water line connection, and disconnect it. Close the freezer door and turn on the dispenser to see if water squirts out the water line. Have blowbowl handy to catch the water. If water comes out then you have a frozen water line in the dispenser area. GE makes a heater kit to fix this. ...don't know the part no. off-hand.
Just my two cents, GE refrigerator water line freezing in the freezer door is not uncommon. It sounds like the valves are working since you say you can hear it trying to dispense. Pull the toekick off, find the water line connection, and disconnect it. Close the freezer door and turn on the dispenser to see if water squirts out the water line. Have blowbowl handy to catch the water. If water comes out then you have a frozen water line in the dispenser area. GE makes a heater kit to fix this. ...don't know the part no. off-hand.
 
Rich

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Just my two cents, GE refrigerator water line freezing in the freezer door is not uncommon. It sounds like the valves are working since you say you can hear it trying to dispense. Pull the toekick off, find the water line connection, and disconnect it. Close the freezer door and turn on the dispenser to see if water squirts out the water line. Have blow handy to catch the water. If water comes out then you have a frozen water line in the dispenser area. GE makes a heater kit to fix this. ...don't know the part no. off-hand.
 
Rich
 
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Original post by: Rich ,

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Just my two cents, GE refrigerator water line freezing in the freezer door is not uncommon.  It sounds like the valves are working since you say you can hear it trying to dispense.  Pull the toekick off, find the water line connection, and disconnect it.  Close the freezer door and turn on the dispenser to see if water squirts out the water line.  Have blow handy to catch the water.  If water comes out then you have a frozen water line in the dispenser area.  GE makes a heater kit to fix this.  ...don't know the part no. off-hand.

Rich

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