Hello Larnell, thank you for your question. We would recommend checking the control bracket and the micro switch first. The function of the control bracket part is to hold the micro switches and the light socket in the freezer dispenser section in place. If that part is broken or cracked it can cause issues. The micro switch helps activate the water valve to allow water to be dispensed. If those are not the issue, the water valve should be checked. I hope this helps.
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Replacing still working but old and stained levers
The overflow grille was no problem. It just slides out. To get to the levers, you need to remove the front cover trim. Pay attention to where everything is before you remove parts and how the wiring is set up (over or under parts). There are two slots below the trim, use your blade screw driver and pop the trim. You'll notice that the 4 buttons for ice (crush - cube) and the light (off-on) are on that panel. I don't recall well, but I believe two screws (one at each side) hold that part in place. Once loose, I flipped it up, disconnected the white multi- wire quick connector and used duck tape to tape the panel to the door and keep it out of the way. Another screw keeps the levers in their place, with a metal element. Remove it and the levers will come out. The ice guide just snaps out from two sides and a middle plastic hook of the ice dispenser lever. Replace everything in reverse order. That's about what I remember. Hope it helps.
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