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i have same fridge with same prob makes 6 cubes of ice in a day with a lot of noise like you discribed also i have water collecting under crisper drawer of fridge i have to clean out water once a month or so still trying to figure out how to take ice maker out to fix
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Here is a tip that I wrote about the reasons why ice makers do not work.
Good day, If the fill tube overfilled the ic maker and is iced itself, it is due to the water valve in the bottom rear leaking slightly after filling the ice maker during a normal cycle. The water valve will have to be replaced. However, it will take time and patience to get it thawed properly. The ice maker should be removed and set aside to thaw out completely. As well, the fill tube must be thawed out itself very carefully. Haste makes waste here. A hair dryer can be used but very sparingly since it's possible to start melting things you don't want melted. Ideally the machine should be shut down but that's your call. Once the new valve is installed and the machine reassembled it should be fine.
your water line to the fridge is most likely leaking. You should turn it off right away. The line turn off is either behind the fridge or under sink. sometimes its in basement. The line is very easy to replace. You can get the plastic ones at home centers for under 5 bucks.
In photo below you can see the heating element that comes on moments before the ice maker drops the ice. If not working then the icemaker will struggle to unload. You need to unplug the refrigerator and then unpluge the ice maker and remove it to test these parts. Test with a multi meter or ohm meter. Test the 2 connections next to the number #26. Hope this helps, Sea Breeze