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Why does my KML-600MAH only make water not ice?

The machine only produces a few cubes and then mostly water.

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Check to see how long it stays in the freeze cycle. normally it takes a least 20 minutes to make a batch. If less than that, you are probably loosing water causing an early harvest and almost no ice.

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SOURCE: ice cube cycle time very high

i suspect a defective liquid line or pump down seleonid coil. just make sure you hear the "click" when it starts up if not the selenoid coils could be defective. also verify that the condenser fan is running,because if not you are short-cycling on high head pressure. please contact if you need any additional info

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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