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A small leak in the ice maker can be due to a crumpled water line, while a substantially large amount of leakage could be due to a major failure of any part. In either case, check whether the refrigerator and ice maker are leveled or not. If you notice any component is malfunctioning, get it replaced immediately.

Take care.

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There are a few reasons this will happen: one is the icemaker will stop turning when it gets to the fill cycle. This will happen when the gears in the icemaker break. On GE icemakers that were made before the year 2000, you can see the gears by taking off the cover on the front of the icemaker. However, if the small gear is broke you can't buy it as far as I know. I have been taking them off of junk icemakers for years. So this part may be hard to find. But if the big gear is broke replace it. Another reason icemakers leak is the fill tube is stopped up and I already discussed this earlier (replace water valve and clean out tube).
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