Ah that shines a lot of light. That one is built by whirlpool.
When you first open the door the status led should remain solid red. If its not stop there and let me know.
Press the flapper and it should blink twice. If it does that the ice maker could be faulty.
If it does something different stop there and let me know.
First is to note the position of the ice maker fingers and if there is undumped ice in the tray of the ice maker.
On the bottom of the ice maker is one screw 1/4 inch is the size. Remove that screw and give a little tug. This will lead you to the small lock that holds the ice maker in position. Once you get that unlocked it will slide out. In the picture below is the face plate. Remove that. I know its not exact but it comes off just as pictured.
Strip a small piece of insulated wire an put the ends into the holes marked T and H as pictured below.
Tape the door switch and the emitter flap closed just like they would be if the freezer door was shut and in a minute the ice maker should begin to cycle. If it does cycle let it turn about a quarter of the way around and remove the wire. It should then continue on its own. If it cycles all the way around watch to see if water comes out of the fill tube. It should make one complete cycle and then stop.
Let me know what you find. I will be home tonight at the same time I was last night.
Edited by Barry G on 9/1/2010 at 5:31 PM EST