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It is either going to be the ice maker or the water valve. First make sure you ain't got an ice cube jammed in the ice mold. If you do then use a hair dryer to melt that fouled ice cube. The ice maker uses a logarithmic program which constantly measure resistance to the mold. It adds the water add needed. When the resistance in the ice mold changes to the point ice has been determined in the mold the program will initiate a harvest cycle. The heater will come on and the motor will push the ice out. With the mold empty the resistance changes. Water is introduced till the resistance for fill is met. This means it will continue to try till it gets enough water to satisfy the program. If it was me I would replace the valve first. That might fix it. If it does not fix it then when you replace the IM you will have a complete new ice making capability.

Here is a PSS service manual

Electronic Ice maker manual

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