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Why is the water in my ice maker fill tube freezing before it enters the ice maker

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maybe you have rust or a clog in the pipes that lead to the ice maker. Maybe you need a new clean filter or just make sure all your water pipes are clear; if not might be the refregerators motor that pumps the water?

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