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Could be the water line from the valve up to the ice maker is frozen. Remove the water line in back from the water valve - you should be able to blow through it. If that is OK , leave the water line loose from valve and remove screw holding the valve to the cabinet and pull it out a little. There are two solenoids and two water lines . Remove the two wires from each solenoid and connect the wires that went to solenoid above the larger water line ( the line that goes to the water dispenser ) and connect those to the solenoid which has the line you just took loose ( you may have to hold on , jthey are usually different size connectors . Now have someone depress the water dispenser in front . This will apply 120 volts to the ice maker solenoid and if it's good water will come out the connector - so have a cup ready to catch it. If that works , you have eliminated two things and it leaves the ice maker as the culprit. Newer refrigerator have an odd connector for the water lines , kjthey are not threaded - push in on the white collar while pulling the line out of the valve.
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