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If not filling with water the water control valve is most likely the problem. Pour tap water into tray let freeze and if it cycles and dumps the ice then the water control valve is the problem. If the ice maker does nothing trying this the the ice maker is most likely the problem, I need your model number to confirm which type ice maker you have because some do not have replacement parts. The model number of your Whirlpool Refrigerator, Thanks Sea Breeze

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