I have replaced the icemaker and the automatic valve (I have good water pressure) and the unit(s) do not work.
I've since seen a good bit about testing/replacing the icemaker and valve. Putting the test jumper does not cause the unit to operate. I have approximately 50 volts at the connector and right at 120 volts at the refrigerator outlet. The voltage is also low at the test points on the icemaker itself. I read somewhere things are OK as low as 80 volts although even that voltage seems low to me and hard to explain. The refrigerator/freezer/lights operate normally except for the icemaker.
Based on the simple schematic on the back of the refrigerator I see no reason for the voltage difference but then it is a simple schematic. There was ice in the tube that feeds the icemaker so it's possible/likely the harness got wet but I have used a hair dryer on it a few times now. I can't really get to the whole harness without breaking what looks like a seal I should not mess with(unless someone can tell me how) for a good visual inspection.
I do not have a good feeling about any potential repair people (including Amana/Maytag) my wife or I have spoken to about the unit because they keep asking about the all the common stuff I've already checked. Ideas?