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If no ice check to see if there is water in the tray. If no water in ice maker tray issue is with the fill solenoid. If water in tray the heater is no good and the ice scooper cannot move the ice from the tray to the bin. If you want you can just replace the ice maker on ebay for cheap
Hello Jim czyryca - From what you are describing if the ice maker is not making ice but is dispensing water, sounds like the refrigerator has a frozen water line, faulty ice maker valve or bad component that sends power to the ice maker valve when needed. The ice maker cycles internally to call for water so I strongly suggest contacting a professional to move forward accurately to assist with the repairs.
I got the same problem where the plate is cold and the water does not fill - saw this comment from other posting and help. Basically, the ice maker was stalled! Make sure you can see the green light is on, which means you have power.
if its lit, press and hold the cube size button until i/m starts to
cycle. If i/m runs, but does not fill then your water valve is bad. If i/m
will not start then your i/m is at fault.
FROM WHAT YOU SAYING LG HAS MADE YOU DO A SELF TEST ON THE ICE MAKER AND ITS WORKING FINE.YOU NEED TO CHECK THAT YOUR SECOND WATER VALVE AT THE BACK BOTTOM RIGHT CORNER IS WORKING OK THAT MIGHT BE YOUR PROBLEM.GOODLUCK/ MOHAMED
The icemaker stops working because excessive water gets into the control box(where circuit board is housed) through the shaft hole of "finger" and freezes the wheels to turn the "ice-bucket-full detector rod". This stops to send the signal to open water valve.
To fix, remove the icemaker from the wall (need remove two screws - make sure power switch is OFF) and carefully separate the snap-on cable (retangular shape) and a ground cable on the bottom side of the icemaker. (Now you can remove the icemaker out of the refrigerator).
You can open the contol box (need unscrew one and carefully prop it open using a screw driver or a knife. You can unplug color corded snap-on cables for easiness to work (very simple).
You will see ice formed around the plastic gear wheel controlling the "ice-bucket-full detector rod". Remove all ice and dry all the parts in the box and put them back. Make sure all the cable are back to the matching color receptable(only fits in the right place). Connect the cable(rectangular shape) and connect the ground cable. Mount the incemaker on the wall using two screws you removed at first.
Turn the power ON and reset the system by press down the ice cube size selector until the "fingers" make a full cycle. You will see the metal rod moves up and down as system resets. During this cycle the water will be filled into the icemaker.
I believe this icemaker has a design flaw but it's very simple to correct the problem you are experiencing. You do not need much electronic or mechanical knowlege to fix this.