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 Posted: Tue Jan 22nd, 2008 02:29 pm
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jabko



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 That you can try, do not know how long it will take to penatrate to melt the frozen spot, you could also try to use the hair dryer of the dispesor side, as the small heater is located right behind the cradle in the front, be careful, even with a hair dryer it does not take to much heat to damage plastic componets. Had a thought in the past of trying to disconnect the john quest fitting at the bottom of the freezer door and insert a flexable small warm cable up to the frozen spot, or in reverse from the dispensor side back down into the frozen spot to try to melt it open.

Good luck, if it continues to reoccur you might need to install the heater
JB