"Where's my Refund" bar graph disappeared and still no DDD

"Where's my Refund" bar graph disappeared shortly after my return showed as being "processed" by the IRS. The WMR website states that "we have received your tax return and it is being processed". I was accepted on 1/31/14.... Is this normal? 2/21/14 will be 21 days. I wonder if I will get it before that date without being given a DDD? Has anyone received their refund unexpectedly?


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Im in the same boat.. I spoke to someone this morning and she stated that the wmr and ordering transcripts system is down and not to worry.. if I dont recieve tomorrow to call ..
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