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Scotsman EC 105 - Bin full!

I have a scotman ec 105 ice maker which has stopped producing ice because the "bin full" light keeps coming on even though there is no ice in the machine! I have cleaned the sensors, but still no joy. Can you offer any help?
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Change the sensor ................

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Unplug 4from controller if light stays on the control module is bad if it goes off replace the two sensor eyes.

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I have the same problem. And I replace the stacking sensor. It was giving me (bin full) now is working fine

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    Fred Assally Nov 29, 2013

    Not my problem.Mine quits making ice or the ice melts before it will fill up.Never fills up.

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    Luis medina Nov 04, 2014

    We're its the stacking sensor located

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