I have an 18 year old GE Side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with built in filter and water dispenser. Recently we woke up one morning to water pouring out of the ice-maker onto the kitchen floor. I shut off the water valve, but could still hear the water valve solenoid energized. While cleaning up the mess. I lifted the arm of the ice-maker. Sometime within the next hour, the hum from the solenoid stopped. I'm thinking if the solenoid was stuck open, it would not have hummed as if energized. So therefore I'm thinking whatever energizes the solenoid is the culprit. What energizes the water solenoid? The ice-maker? Should I replace the ice-maker first, or the dual solenoid? Neither is cheap, but the solenoid is cheaper than the ice-maker. I just think it's the ice-make that has the problem.