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Thread: ULINE CLR60B Under counter ICE maker will not stop making ice

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    Default ULINE CLR60B Under counter ICE maker will not stop making ice

    Model Number: CLR60B
    Brand: other
    Age: More than 10 years

    Could not find a ULline sub category so trying here.

    Uline CLR60B won’t stop making ice.

    I have replaced bin thermostat and still won’t stop making ice.

    To install you install probe all the way to end(that is in ice maker)?

    Or did I install incorrect ?

    Ice thickness is not set to thick.

    I installed bin thermostat probe all the way to end of bar that is inside ice maker.

    Thoughts? Thank you

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    Hi,

    I moved your thread to our undercounter ice maker forum.

    Walt helps us with these undercounter ice makers, he should be here shortly.

    Here's the parts list for your model: U-Line Ice Machine Model CLR60 Parts

    Here's the service manual for your model: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ydnstjll8g...maker.pdf?dl=0

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    Thank Jake!

    Walt or anyone,

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

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    I'll message Walt to see if he can assist you.

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    Bump.

    I am still struggling with no luck yet. If anyone has any ideas let us know.

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    Sorry but I'm not familiar with these models.

    The ice machine shut-off is controlled by the level of ice in the ice storage bin. When the bin is full, ice contacts the bin thermostat bulb holder, which senses the cool temperatures, then opens which stops the ice machine.

    The ice machine remains off until enough ice has been removed from the bin or has melted that the ice cubes are no longer in contact with the bin thermostat bulb holder.

    This causes the bin thermostat to warm and close, restarting the ice machine. When the ice machine restarts, it returns to the start-up sequence (steps 1, 2, and 3 above).

    It's odd that the schematic shows the bin thermostat connected to the clean portion of the switch. I'm not sure what's going on with this one really.

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