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Your inlet tube that goes to the icemaker may be frozen.To Check: Shut off water supply to Fridge, disconnect thewater line that goes to the icemaker at top back. Use a flexible item to insert in the water line connection.I used a zip tie. If the flexible item won't all the throughto the ice maker, the line is frozen. Thaw out the tube from inside the freezer with a hair dryer. Re-connecteverything, you now have ice . . . Solution #2: You may have to replace your "Water InletValve" located at bottom right rear of Fridge.Easy to do, just follow the color codes, be sure and shut off the water.
Possibly a bad valve but more likely not enough water coming to the unit,follow the water line from the back of the unit to where it hooks to the pipes there is usually a little saddle valve there,try closing it all the way and then open it back up check the water through the door and see if the pressure doesn't improve.
You can also remove the Ice maker clear out the fill tube and sit a cup under the end of it for a day or two if you get water in the cup and Ice in the tube you probably have a solenoid valve that isn't closing completely.
The waxy piece has a clear plastic bracket, if its not connected, look
around your freezer. The waxy piece fits inside the bracket, and
attaches to the ice maker, just in front of the ice tray.
white wire fits inside the waxy piece. It is the thermostat that tells
the ice tray when to dump the ice.
This is impossible to feel
around for, so you will need to remove at least the bottom freezer
compartment as well as the ledge piece from just inside the freezer
door. If you are a relatively thin/small person, you can extend the top
tray fully outward, and slide underneath. Looking up at the ice maker,
the plastic bracket should have a little prong. This prong will attach
just behind the ice maker, with the thermostat facing the ice tray.
sounds like the inlet part on the ice maker is froze over or not lined up in the opening of it right or a possibilty that the ice maker is leaking out the water if that is the case the ice maker needs replaced
I had similar problem in that the fan in the freezer that blows freezing air into freezer and over to fridge was not working. Fridge was running warm (over 40 deg and freezer up near 20) Service call around $160 with new fan.