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Posted on Mar 01, 2009
I see you already said you bin sensor light was on. The drop door has a metal tab that waves over a sensor as it opens, if that part when it closes does not tell the board that door is shut the the board thinks the bin is full. I know you already know that but until I can talk to Scotsman on the phone or review their service manual for your model. One good thing about Scotsman is they are very helpful to their customers. Unless the machine is obsolete.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
SOURCE: cme256 scotsman ice machine
Clean the bin eyes found in the back of the ice machine where the shoot narrows. Look on the left and right sides of the unit, you will see plastic vanes that are pushed into rubber grommets. Just pull the eyes out and clean with ice machine cleaner.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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The problem could be a series of things beginning with ambient temperatures
too high, fan not working properly, if water cooled there could be a problem
with that also. As a technician I would first look over the condenser and make
sure air flow is proper and then attach my gauges to see the suction and
discharge pressures. I have found many restaurants that keep their ice machines
in the hot kitchen where it creates high ambient temperatures and allows grease
from the grill to collect on the condenser blocking air flow. Yes under charged
is possible or over charged but the best and most effective route is to call a Scotsman
Certified Technician. I have worked on Scotsman's and they are very tricky to
fix unless you know the process of event. If water is not pre-filtered there is
a chance that the water control valve may be stuck open allowing warm water to continue
flowing causing these symptoms. Here Is a=> Scotsman
CME250 Ice Machine User Manual If
unable to find these simple checks above or from the manual and still having
problems it will need to be time to call a Technician. If you do not have Adobe
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me what you find and please don't rate me if I was unable to solve this from
here. I am here to help you up and to the point of calling Scotsman for addition
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