Question about KitchenAid KUIS18NNT 18" Automatic Ice Maker with 35lbs. Storage Capacity, Drop Down Door & Accepts Custom Panels
Bin thermister tests OK
If this is a thermistor and not a thermostat you will have to remove the wires from the board and find a legend of values for the thermistor at a given temperature (usually @ 32' which a glass of ice water will do) If the reading is correct then your problem is in the board either not putting out the voltage or not picking the voltage back up.
Or not likely but possibly it could have been a film covering the connection when you removed the wires. Retry and if it still doesn't work its board time.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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