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No ice I have a U-Line MD# WCM45A ,no ice fan runs not sure about compressor.The red and black wires are hot to the conduit.Do I still have hope?

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SOURCE: u-line ice maker fan runs, but no compressor - clr2060

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SOURCE: uline icemaker compressor runs very hot - slow ice production

if the ice production is slow first try to set it on a warmer temperature. Now if its frosted up then you will need to defrost it. Also check the fan to see if its running. if yes is the condensor clean? If yes then check temperature in bucket. 10 to 15 degrees is ideal for this model.

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SOURCE: My U-line under counter refigerator ice maker evap fan failed

Depends, for the newer models, you can change the evap fan motor thru the front, but if you have the older model, then you have to remove the freezer housing, ice maker assy then the cover to change the evap fan motor.

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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Motor is hot?


Which motor is hot...compressor or fan?
Also need to know the model number.
Is this a 3-phase or single-phase unit?

Let's assume it is the compressor...Is it so hot that you can't touch it for more than a second or two? Is the compressor shutting down on internal thermal overload?

Compressor body hot can be caused by a number of things:
1. Low charge (the freon acts as a coolant for the compressor).
2. Electrical imbalance (3-phase only). (check line-to-line voltages)
3. Bearings in compressor failing (check amp draw).
4. Condenser dirty or airflow blocked in some way.
5. Condenser fan(s) not running or running backwards.
6. If water cooled condenser then water flow problem.

Hope this helps you get started.

If this helps you, please select YES to the first two ratings questions. Thank you, and Good Luck.




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Your thermostat is what advances your icemaker. You have 3 wires. When it calls for freeze then yellow(2) and blue/black(3) is closed. When that is satisfied the compressor and fan cycles off then the yellow(2) and red(1) is closed. This calls for the icemaker to advance. Red goes to icemaker, yellow is common, and blu/black is for the fan and compressor.
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First check if freezer is iced up... If so

1 is your freezer fan running? if not possible defective fan, check if it's wired with the defrost thermostat if it is suspect faulty defrost thermostat.

2nd does your defrost heater work? if your handy with an multimeter put it on the audible option check the defrost heater if there's sound it's good if no sound well your defrost element is fried.

3rd is your condenser clean?
if it has a fan, is it running? if not change fan and clean condenser

4th is the compressor running?

touch the discharge line (the skinny one) from the compressor it should be hot really hot if not suspect compressor has faulty relay/capacitor/overload defective.

hope that i can be of assistance

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