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    Icemaker Warm compartment

    Model Number: KFIS29PBMS03
    Brand: KitchenAid
    Age: 1-5 years

    Ice maker stopped producing any ice.
    So I determined through diagnosing it that icemaker compartment is too warm at 30 degrees. There is air blowing over the icemaker so the fan is working.
    The condenser coil is clean.

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    There is a supply and return air passage that the air from the freezer uses to get up to the ice maker compartment. One of those passages may be clogged with ice or frost. I would start by unplugging the refrigerator and leaving the doors open for 24+ hours to see if you can get those air passages to melt and hopefully that will take care of the issue for you.
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