Peter, thank you for replying back with more information. I believe the issue is going to be with the ice maker itself. First, unplug the refrigerator. Then remove the front cover of the ice maker. It just pulls off. You will see holes in the front of the module. Place a jumper wire from the hole marked "T" to the hole marked "H". Then plug the refrigerator back in. The ice maker should start to cycle. As soon as you hear a click from the ice maker, carefully remove the jumper wire. NOTE: Be careful because there is voltage there. Then watch the ice maker. If it dumps the ice cubes out and refills, then the problem is likely a defective thermostat in the ice maker. The thermostat will be part number 627985 at the price of $24.17. After making the proper resistance checks on the ice maker and everything tests out okay, then the issue will be with the water valve itself. The water vavle might not be communicating properly with the ice maker. I've also, provided you a video explaining how the ice maker works and how to perform the voltage checks. Please let me know if there is anything else you need.