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The ice maker is not getting water, the line is not frozen. I opened the back and the ice tube is hooked up to some kind of filter or electronic module could that be the problem? Its been doing this off and on for a year or so now for a couple days it will not make ice and then it will start again and run fine for a while its a big nuisance for a family of five or anyone I suppose.

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Depending on the exact model of your refrigerator will determine the exact ice maker I will need to help you find the answer to solve this. I will leave you with a few things to answer to help me help you better. Below is a photo of where the exact model number may be. So I want you to double check this for me to keep us on the right track. When an ice maker does these things it tells me that it's confused. Your model may have a control board inside the front cover of ice maker. Even so, it will have limit switches and and a process of 5 to 6 different things happening in perfect order to produce ice. Just one out of order in that sequence will get the cycle confused. Let me know if it has an electric eye, that stops the cycle when full. If just an arm that tells the ice maker to stop when full and look again for the model number.
Thanks, Sea Breeze appliancepartsse@yahoo.com

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Replacement ice maker for model listed above post Part # WR30X10093

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