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I have questions for you, does the cutting grid have voltage, is so how much? Check the cutting grid for a broken wire also as a broken wire on the cutting grid will cause the same problem. Good Luck
I hope the manual is a big help in resolving the ice cutting problem and please ask should you have any questions. The secondary side of the transformer should be showing a least 8.5 volts ac. Let me know if you are able to find the problem, Thanks Sea Breeze The 18 inch ice maker takes the same grid transformer as the 15 inch model.
If this unit has a ice maker, when it fills the tray, water spills out around the fill tube. The water drips down and builds up around the fan over time. Need a drain line extension to slide over water line, should take care of issue.
. The best thing to use is square grid type chicken wire . Cut a piece which will cover the entire area where the holes are and use the existing screws that hold the rear cover on by removing a few of them and then securing them back onto the unit using washers under the screws and above the grid to hold the grid in place . The mouse needs water to live and is drinking the water in your defrost drain tray . It is important to solve this issue, as the mouse will actually chew through the plastic tray to get to the water to survive . If this happens , you'll see water leaking out from under the refrigerator every couple of days as a defrost cycle runs every six to eight hours . Also , if you have a ice maker or drinking water setup , mice will actually bite through the plastic water supply lines and cause some expensive repair work . Good luck
Good day, Make sure the wire is inserted properly. If it is, then the module is failing. You can buy the module itself but there are many other parts to an ice maker and it is not considered to be long term cost effective. Most replace the ice maker complete.
To be sure. Remove the ice maker, unscrew the module and remove. Try resetting it 2 or three times, then re-install. If there is no improvement, replace the ice maker.
The grid of wires (i.e. cutting grid) is supposed to be powered at the start of the "harvest cycle" I believe that unit has a 12 VAC transformer to power the grid. Either the grid has a broken wire, the transformer is bad or something is not letting power travel from the transformer to the grid (like a loose wire). If you have a multimeter you can test the grid for proper resistance which should be 5.0 to 5.9 ohms. Make sure you take the proper precautions to disconnect power from the unit before disconnecting the cutting grid to test it. I believe it is plugged into a recepticle on the side of the unit. If the grid checks out ok, you can test the recepticle for voltage...it should have power up to 35 minutes after the start of a harvest cycle. If you shut off the water supply and pull the reservoir plug, you can turn on the ice maker and have it "dry cycle" to test it's functions. It should be able to pull the evaporator plate (the cold plate) down to harvest temperature (11 degress F) in less than five minutes when there is no water flowing accross it. I hope this helps.
IF YOU REMOVE THE FRONT COVER OF THE ICE MAKER THERE ID A SCREW TO ADJUST THE SIZE OF THE ICE CUBES TURN IT DOWN AND YOU WILL GET SMALLER ICE CUBES ALSO SOME MODELS HAVE A OUTSIDE KNOB TO ADJUST SIZE,LET ME KNOW-MIKE