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It is possible the water control valve on the back of the refrigerator is defective. When the thermostat in the ice maker tells the water control valve to ope after dumping the ice. Try filling the ice maker with tap water and let it freeze and cycle one time. It is also possible that the fill tube for the ice maker has frozen shut because of the slow continious flow of a leaking water control valve. You can try to clear the ice with a hair dryer, but if the control valve continues to let water buy will have another damaged ice maker. The part number for the water control valve is WR57X10032 and you can enter parts numbers and model numbers on the search feature at the link below. Let me know how thing are and if you were able to get this under control, I am here to help if you like, sorry I just today saw your post, Thanks, Sea Breeze
I would recommend GE but you still need to find a space to fit it in. I bought my from Home Depot with a 5 year warranty and it has already paid for itself. I had a problem with the ice maker. The extended warranty is through GE, so that makes it easy to get a repairman out. I also bought a washer through Lowes and got the extended warranty, and it has been a good thing. I have been in the repair business for 20 years, I can fix it, but the parts can be very expensive, so I encourage the extended warranty.
I am a firm believer in GE products and the warranty.
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