I thought I'd pass this along to all who have ice makers in their fridge as it could save you some money for service calls and/or parts. This has happened to me twice and I think a couple of times to carpet1. Our reefers are both alike and you get ice and cold water thru the door. You never notice that the ice maker has quit working until you go to get some and no cubes comes out. You look inside and the ice box is empty. What happens is that when the box gets full of ice it pushes the little arm up to make it quit making ice so it doesn't overflow. If it sits in this position for a few days the ice that is in the tube freezes. I thought the water valve had went out and had I not been short of cash I would have purchased a new one. As it was, I was over at carpet1's house and told him about it. He told me the cure. Shut off the water at the valve either in the wall or the floor, remove the tube that feeds the icemaker, then remove the tube that goes into the icemaker. Some are held in by 2 small screws. Just remove them and pull out this small tube usually about 10-12 inches long. Hold it under water and thaw it out. Usually a couple of minutes and you'll have a 3-4 inch piece of ice the size of the tube. Re-install, turn your water back on and it'll start making ice again. What happens is this water doesn't go into the ice tray since the arm that says the ice tray is full is holding it back and it freezes in the tube preventing any water from going in once the ice level is reduced. Rather simple cure but could be expensive if you aren't aware. Pass around to all you know who use icemakers.