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Where are the bin full sensors located for cme306as-1c bin full light on will not make ice.

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It is a set of eyes located in the very back right and left hand side where the ice drops into the bin. Take some ice machine cleaner and wipe down the eyes. You should be able to pull the holders out to get to them better.

Posted on Feb 09, 2010

  • mjslss Nov 28, 2010

    Can you get at it from the front of the machine, or do you have to take off the side panels. I can't find the eyes - Than ks

  • Chandler Ede
    Chandler Ede Nov 28, 2010

    Yes you can get to them from the front. They are located in the neck where ice drops. They pull out toward each other to remove and clean.

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