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  1. Water comes from water pipe, usually with a shut off valve (open??).
  2. Fridge has a small filter (for sand etc.) at inlet. (not clogged??)
  3. Water travels to solenoid valve, and waits for request. (do you hear it click when water requested??)
  4. Water usually goes to a fine filter..(these fail (plug) quite regularly).
  5. Water goes through storage in back of cool section (Inside fridge- is it full of water?).
  6. Water goes to ice maker (door) on fill request.
  7. For Ice maker:
  8. ?? Is the power switch "on" (to icemaker)??
  9. ?? Is the full / stop filling paddle/bar up?
  10. ...ask me more questions
  11. In your case the solenoid valve or more commonly the filter need to be replaced

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