I have a U-Line BI-98 undercounter icemaker, and I need to replace the ice maker module but I cannot figure out how to get the broken one out. I've removed the two screws holding it to the wall, as well as the three screws going through the bottom, and it won't budge.
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I would suspect the switch controlled by the tray full sensing arm/bail. That's kind of like the main power switch for the ice maker. You can remove the outer cover from the ice maker with the power unplugged! Then look at the mechanical operation of that lever as it relates to the switch. The lever should cause the switch to open and shut off the timer motor. Some times you can buy the timer separately otherwise you replace the whole icemaker. Don't forget to remove power and turn off the water before you remove the old icemaker.
It will only call for water when the thermostat is satisfied. Now if you advance the icemaker when the ejector blade reaches 10 oclock thats when it should call for water. If you dont here the valve humming then it would be in the water switch inside the icemaker.Also make sure the thermostat is not set too cold. if its too cold it will never satisfy your control.
Manually advance : remove the cover on icemaker then turn the small gear counter clockwise
The mechanical parts of those models is the same as a BI 95 or BI98. If your looking for the faceplate that would be part number 150. This includes the timer motor,gears,water switch, and hold switch. You can order this thru a parts distributor. Appliance Parts Depot or All Brand Parts should be able to help. If you want to replace the complete icemaker assemly that part number is 402
The cyle is stuck in the midway section. Unpluh the water supply to ice maker anf see if it will return to the fitst stage, If not we will need to look into the ice maker to see if one of the contacts is stuck. Is this a new ice maker and desighned for your refrigeratorr? Sea Breeze
THERE IS A SOLONIOD VALVE WHERE YOU CONNECT THE WATER SUPPLY. IN IT IS A FINE SCREEN THAT MAY BE STOPPED UP OR THE VALVE MAY BE BAD. ALSO TAKE THE COVER OFF THE ICEMAKER AND LOOK FOR A CAME WITH A SLOT IN IT. TAKE A SCREWDRIVER AND SLOWELY TURN TO THE RIGHT ( I THINK) AND SEE IF YOU HEAR THE VALVE COME ON AND WATER COMING INTO THE ICEMAKER.
on it as to you ice it is on a separate valve as the water in the door so the water flow don't mean a lot in this case remove the front plastic cover on the icemaker and you will see a bunch of little holes make a jumper wire out #10 or 12 house wire strip about 1/4 inch off the ends an insert in the holes marked t&h this will start a test cycle make sure you hold the plastic insulation so you don't get bit if the ice maker starts cycling remove the wire and watch for it to stop listen for the icemaker valve to open if the ice maker finishes and the valve didn’t fill replace the water valves if the icemaker doesnt cycle and you may have to kind of twist the jumper back and forth to get it to make contact depending on the gauge you used then replace the ice maker motor module if you hear the valve open and the ice maker doesnt fill check for a frozen ice fill tube that should do it