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The fingers are not visible. They appear to be inside where the ice cubes are made.
No, they appear to be intact.
It stays tight
I thinks so, but it is hard to tell. I think the fingers are against the top of the ice.
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OK, I'll give it a try. thanks.
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Actually, I think I figured out what is really going on. It appears that the arm is lifting when it drops ice, but it never goes back down to keep making more ice unless I mannually push it down each time after it dispenses the ice. How do I fix it so the arm automatically comes back down after it dispenses the ice?
Sorry, after some time went by, I simply thought you weren't logged on last night. What I believe happens is the arm goes up and then it drops the ice and the arm is supposed to then come back down to see if the tray is full. But what appears to happen is the arm stays up after it drops the ice. It will stay up indefinitely, even with an empty ice bin, unless I put the arm back down manually. I have had to do this consistently for the last 2 days. Is there something I can do to make the arm start going down on its own after it drops the ice each time, or do I need to replace the whole ice maker?
Which direction should I bend it?
OK, I'll try it and see what happens.