This happens in my rentals occasionally. The ice maker or water valve just quit working. I'm not an electrician, can't read a schematic, and can't afford a $200 service call from the Amana (or GE or Whirlpool) service tech. So I just swap one or both of these parts until it works again.
The key to doing this is buying cheap parts locally. I found an appliance store that sells 'reconditioned' and scratch/dent appliances. They have stacks of ice makers and water valves that they pull from recycled refrigerators and sell to DIYs. Your refrigerator is 10 years old, so do you really care if you replace the non-functioning ice maker with one that is 5 years old. You've only got 2 to 5 more years of useful life, so why put a new ice maker (over $50) in it? A used one will cost $10 - 15.
There are only a few standard ice makers, but it is best to remove the non-working one (or take a picture) and take it with you. Be prepared for some cold fingertips when removing/replacing one of these. These stores do not have parts lists, technical manuals or cross-reference tables. They don't keep inventory lists. They are very low-tech and that's why you need to show them the part.
Hope this helps and saves you money!
[SIZE="4"][FONT="Comic Sans MS"]Bob Yorde[/FONT][/SIZE]
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