Uline icemaker for my 370 sea ray stopped working 100% of the time
After noticing it stopped working, I piulled it out and turned the gear a notch and it kicked back on for about 20 minutes, then stopped again. So...it appears the compressor is OK but I think it may have to do with the gear that controls the ice ejection, etc. Where can I get one of those if indeed that is the problem??
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First take your meter and check to see if you have power going to your rocker switch if so then check to see if you have power going through the rocker switch or you can ohm the switch with out power applied to make sure switch is good, if switch is good then check the control switch power should be going to switch from rocker switch make sure power is going through control switch if so at this point you should have power to control board if so then replace control board.
Thanks for all the suggestions. I just replaced the overload relay and it does the same thing. Runs for a few seconds and the loud click from overload relay. I did notice the relay is really hot to the touch, if that matters.Coils on back are clean. I had noticed the last few months that the inside coils were frosting up quite a bit.Really had hoped it was the relay.
I had the same issue with my CL3500N. I kept taking out and reinserting the color PCU with the same resulting error. However, I fixed my problem. My color PCU is now reset and printing
Instructions on how I fixed the issue:
1) Turn off the printer and remove the color PCU from the printer
2) Look inside the printer where you removed the color PCU and you will notice three attach points (gears) that each of the three color PCU rollers connect to the printer.
3) Notice that each roller inside the printer has an arrow stamped in metal pointing toward it. On my printer, one at approximately the 2 o'clock position, 9 o'clock position and 3 o'clock position.
4) On the color PCU look at the end of unit that you insert into the printer. Notice the white female connectors on each of three rollers. Look closely and you will see that there are notches inside each connector (gears). One of those notches is longer than the others.
5) For each roller insert your finger into the white connector (gear) to rotate the roller so the long notch aligns with the arrow inside the printer. Be careful not to touch the photo sensitive area of the roller.
6) Insert the color PCU into the printer and turn it on. May need trial and error to align the notch correctly, but it certainly worked for me.
Have a look at the manual on page 6 for adjustment procedure.
Also, your leak may be due to a water valve that is not able to turn off 100%. Valve replacement would be necessary. Unplug your icemaker electrical, and empty the ice. Leave the water turned on. If you keep getting water collecting in the bin, you are likely looking at a water valve replacement (not hard at all, just inconvenient).
my 46'' inch tv polaroid lcd has been working fine for 3 years. today my wife and I noticed the tv is shutting off the screen will go black and the power light does switch to red. you can here something inside the t.v clicking but you can turn it on and it will start back fine for 20 minutes then shut off again? Does anybody know whats going out on the tv? let me know
It sounds like it is loosing spark somewhere on the ignition circuit. e.g HT leads, distributor cap, one or more spark plugs faulty. The above usually happens when the engine is taking more load than usual, like going up a hill and the r.p.m at about 1500 - 3000.Try it again in a lower gear 1st or 2nd with the motor r.p.m high, about 5000 revolutions per minute.
You might of turn it off in mid cycle. You can check the icemaker ejector blade (fingers that push ice out) If thats not at 12 oclock you will have to manually advance it so it will be at 12 oclock position. Remove cover off icemaker. Just pull it off you might need to pry it on the corners to help it along. Becareful that you dont break the cover. When you have it removed you will see 2 gears. the smaller one should have a 5/16 head on it. Turn that counterclockwise to advance the ejectorblade back to 12 oclock. Once you have it in that position turn your unit back on and see what happens.
ALWAYS have a fire extinguisher on hand when working on carburetors. Drain the carburetor. There should be a screw on the lower side or bottom of the carb float bowl. Remove the screw then replace it after the fuel drains. Turn the gas back on and wait a minute for the carb to fill with gas. Now pull the top cap off the throat of the carb and remove the large slide. There will be a long needle in the center of the slide. Remove the needle and then move the clip at the top on the needle down one notch. Two notches may be required but start with one notch. Put it all back together and try it out. Moving the clip downward richens the low end fuel mix.