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Please keep in mind that I am attempting to diagnose a problem with your appliance without being there and with very little information.
My first guess is you will need to replace the water valve. How fast is the water coming out. If it's a trickle, you have a bad water valve. If it is flowing as hard as it flows when the ice maker calls for water,
there could be a problem with the switch inside you ice maker is bad and continues send a signal to the valve to keep sending water. You can check this by unplugging the ice maker from inside the freezer and if the water valve stops sending water. You will need to replace the part inside the ice maker or replace the whole ice maker.
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