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May I please have your model number so I am able to provide you with accurate, model specific information?
Does your ice maker look like the one at the link below?
Okay, great, thank you! On the front of the ice maker there are holes to measure voltage points. Do you have a meter to test with?
Are you testing with the door switch pushed in?
Have you tested for power between ground and line and not just the neutral to determine whether you are losing the line or the neutral at the plug?
Okay, one last question. Are you testing at the harness right where it plugs into the ice maker? There is a thermal fuse that clips onto the ice maker mold in the line voltage wire. Are you measuring after that fuse or before it?
Number 20 in the diagram at the link below is the wiring harness to the ice maker. If you are measuring at the round part and not the rectangular part, you have a broken wire in the cabinet. The wiring goes to the bottom of the cabinet, there is a large Molex connector there. There may be a removable plate on the back to access connections, too.
It would be very unlikely for that to be the case, but it can happen. Can you remove the number 19 panel (see link below) and see if you can find voltage along the line there?