Never heard of being able to recoat them. probley time for replacement kit. APDepot.com has replacements for around
$165.00 for the whole assembly, others on the net would have them too. better than $900-$1500.00 for a new one.
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They marine ice makers are fussy. The ice maker needs to be level or water will drip down into the ice bin. The amount of water entering the tray is controlled by time. The other factor is pressure. The marine water system has a relatively low water pressure as compared from marina water feed.
I would confirm the number of cubes produced from the unit when connected directly to the city water pressure. If at the highest pressure it is below expectations I would follow the video. How Do Adjust an Icemaker Home Appliances
There is a screen filter before the solenoid line that can fill with debris. So you may need to check it if you can not make a satisfactory adjustment.
If you are like me and always work form the internal water tank avoiding a burst water line and "sink the ship" then adjust it for the lower pressure.
No there isnt a way to adjust the torque. When I get this problem it's usually a leveling issue.Make sure the screws on the wall(2) is tight and not pulling away. And make sure the unit is leveled. The motor is a 3 rpm motor and I wouldnt try to change any rpms because it could cause a flood.
Tell me if this doesnt work.
I dont believe its too much water. You may have a problem with the heater not coming on. If your icemaker advances then the termostat is calling for it. The ejector blade would bounce from the 1 oclock to the 2 oclock position until the heater warms the mold enough to allow the ejector blade to push the ice out. If the heater is out I would replace the complete icemaker
not familuar with the brand but sounds like one of 2 issues
if it is overfilling making ice cubes larger than normal, adjust the ice maker fill time if it is possible
icemaker fills and cuts off but water valve seeps water after the fill causing the water overfill
one of the 2
Check the bridge size adjustment at the top of the metal grid that the ice forms on. This determines the size of the cubes. Whenever you make a repair on the water system, especially on an older unit. make sure the unit is clean. A little bit of calcium deposits (or that other nasty looking stuff) getting into the passage ways will make it run erratically, and can drive you nuts.