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that could be a number of problems..is it making any beeps or flashing lights on the circuit board? Have you tried to reset the circuit boards reset button with the machine on. ? If the machine seems totally dead then the bin thermostat is most likely the problem..
90% of ice maker problems are water related. Sounds like water may be continually seeping in from the inlet water valve (normal thing to do if the water level is low). This will not allow the water to get down to freezing temperature. You have to identify the reason that water is constantly running in. It's probably "leaking" out at the dump valve. Or does that unit have a float valve that may be leaking. Check your drain to see if water is leaking out during the freeze cycle.
Well aside from jacking the machine up and putting another in its place, the only thing left is the electronic thermometer/thermostat that should be sensing the ice and not the outside temperature. By the way, if you spend more than the machine is worth think about another one.
make a few quick checks. If there are water filters on the system, be sure they are not restricked. Could be clogged. Next, check the bin stat. It usually is mounted in the ice bin. If it breaks or goes bad, it shuts down the machine. Start there and let me know if I can be of any further help.
There should be a reset button on your control board inside the electrical compartment.
Turn the system on to ice mode and depress the reset button. This should clear out any and all faults stored in the board and the machine should at least attempt to come back to life.
Look on the outside of the electrical compartment cover. There should be an explanation of what your error code means. I can't remember it off the top of my head. But the list there will tell you what 1 beep every 305 seconds means and the procedures to take from there.
The waterinlet valve on the back of the unit where the
water supply comes in can have a slow leak and will cause ice to buildup and
block the fill tube. Disconnect the ice maker line from the valve and watch to
see if it has a slow drip. It doesn’t take much to eventually block the fill
The valve can leak because of sediment in the water
preventing it from closing or low water pressure.
You can thaw out the fill tube and replace the inlet valves.
I have a Hoshizaki KM-250BAF that is making 3 beeps then pauses and them makes 3 beeps again. If I unplug the ice maker and plug it in it continues to make the 3 beeps. The manual does not mention anything about beeps. Can anyone help?