Question about U-Line Icemaker
My wife just ran two bags of ice on Saturday (large ziplock bags) for an open house on Sunday afternoon. She emptied the icemaker.
Now, we can't get any ice from the icemaker. The metal sensor rod is in the "on" position.
I've checked the water supply and the water works to the door. I've also pulled the filter catridge, and it is not clogged or damaged.
HELP??? This Frigidaire is located in a church parsonage and I'm trying to save the church from an expensive service call.
Dr. J. Dean McNamara
First Baptist Church, Sedan KS
not familuar with the brand but sounds like one of 2 issues
if it is overfilling making ice cubes larger than normal, adjust the ice maker fill time if it is possible
icemaker fills and cuts off but water valve seeps water after the fill causing the water overfill
one of the 2
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
2 things you need to check. If you remove the icebucket look for armaflex the goes on the sensor tube from the icemaker to the back wall. If missing call U-line to get the correct one. The second thing you can do is check the icemaker control. Remove the grill, on the base in the right corner you will see a control with a screw. Turn the screw all the way to the right then back it so it will be straight up and down.That will set it cooler
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: U-Line Model WCM48
You can try to advance your icemaker by removing the white cover on your icemaker and turn the smaller gear counterclockwise to advance the icemaker. When the icemaker starts wait until the ejector blade gets to 10 oclock position this is where it calls for water. The test would be unplug the coil on the valve and put a meter lead on each one. If you see 120 volts then replace the valve. If you dont see it it could be the water switch inside the head of icemaker.
Posted on May 18, 2009
SOURCE: I have a U Line
You can try to advance the icemaker and when the ejector blade gets to 10 oclock it should call for water. If the coil on the watervalve is working you should hear vibrating. If not then it could be the water switch in the head of the icemaker. Or you can ohm out the valve(coil) to see if its open.Try that first it could still be that the thermostat isnt being satisfied.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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