Question about U-Line Icemaker
The machine (a U-Line) makes ice just fine, but it seems to be leaking enough water around the edge of the plastic bucket to encase it in solid ice. Any ideas on how to fix this? Is this something I can fix myself, or should I call a technician? Thanks much!
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Posted on Oct 09, 2008
Mine has been doing this for years. You can check if the door gasket is good and sealing well. If not you can oder one and easily replace it yourself. Also, if I did not run my generator when I took a short ride ice inside would start to melt while the unit is off, usually around the case perimeter which would drip down to the bottom under the bucket and then when it was put back on it would refreeze under the bucket like a block and make it impossible to remove. I would sometimes just turn it off, put the ice in a ziplock in my frezzer to save it, let it defrost to get the bucket out and dry up the standing water.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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