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If you open the freezer or refrigerator, do you see ice or water building up in the bottom of each section?
OK so either the line is broken or the fill tube up at the icemaker is frozen. If the water is coming from up at the top of the freezer on the back, use a hair dryer to thaw out the fill tube up behind the icemaker. Once it's thawed, you can disconnect the water line down at the valve and blow through it to make sure it's clear---then you should be good to go again.
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I guess it depends on where the leak is, but if the leak is all the way at the top on the back, then it's a frozen tube. if it's a water line lower then you could just have a leaking water line down lower. But yes, usually there is a saddle valve in the crawl space or under your house that you will need to tighten to shut the water off.
In the mean time, turn the icemaker off so it doesn't call for more water by just raising the arm.
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