The ice maker motor module may have seized up and needs to be replaced. Another likely culprit could be a clogged water inlet valve. Check for any kinks or tears — but remember to shut the valve off from the household water supply or you’ll have a sitcom-like flooding situation to deal with, too. Check to see if the screen, or filter, is plugged with debris. There could also be a problem with the ice-making mechanism. Most modern fridges use heat to release the cubes (it sounds counterintuitive, we know), and there’s a series of electrical tests to diagnose that problem. If you don’t know your water valve from your filter, though, call a pro whom can help you.
The electronic control board could be damaged from a power surge, worn-out relays or open circuits, and might need to be replaced.
If the electronic control board is damaged, it would need to be replaced.
Are you changing the filter regularly? Over time, the water filter in your fridge will collect and store the debris and contaminants it’s designed to filter out. So first and foremost, change the filter regularly. In many of the newer fridges, there’s a sensor inside the door that tells you when to do it. The water valve (at the back of the freezer) might also need to be replaced if it’s clogged with minerals and fails to open or close.