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If the ice maker has not been connected to a water supply the water valve will be making either a buzzing or clicking noise as it tries to fill up in the ice maker. Check that the ice maker is turned off if the refrigerator has not been connected to a water supply.
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If the noise is coming from the ice maker head itself. Then it sounds like the gear is slipping. They are plastic and it is very common for them to crack or break. Most ice makers are the same. Click Here to see a post on a Whirlpool ice maker with a broken gear.