Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
This sounds as if the freeaer door switch has failed. The coomon failure of no ice and no water is telling you that there most likely is a problem in either the door switch or the door switch wiring. The switch also control the freezer light. Open the freezer door, depress the door switch and check to see if the light goes out. If the light stays on for sure the switch is bad. The ice maker and water dispenser will not work when the light is on. I spent quite a bit of time trying to locate a source for a door switch without much luck. (Finding appliance parts in Europe never is easy on line.)
I am going to include a US link that will only be used as a rer. for what the switch looks like:
This is a rocker type switch.
There are also plunger type switches depending on model. They both have the 3 terminals in common.
To remove the switch you slide a thin bladed knife or putty knife along the lon side of the switch to release the lock tab. You have a 50 - 50 chance of picking the side with the lock tab as there is only one lock tab on the switch. One the tab is released the switch and wires should pull out of the freezer cabinet liner.
If your good with a meter... you can read out the switch (power off)
There is one common terminal.
the other 2 terminals 1 powers the light (door open / plunger / rocker extended)
the remaining terminal powers the ice maker and water in door (door closed / plunger / rocker depressed)
This should be done by a qualified electrician or someone that knows full well the dangers of working on live power circuits.
Being very careful... if you look on the switch one of the terminals will have a "C" for common. If you find the 2nd wire that when removed turns off the light... mark it as light. It should connected to the NO (normally open) terminal of the switch
Jumpering the NC and the C wires together should allow the water in door to work as a TEST ONLY
If you can jumper NC and C together and the water in door works you need a new door switch.
If after you check / replace the door switch and you still have the problem then we are looking at a freezer door wiring problem. (very rare unless there is damage in the hinge cap area)
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