Hello again. I'm back from vacation and it didn't dump any more ice. Is the thermostat in the actual ice maker housing or the wiring harness? Need to know what to return. Thanks in advanceIt usually takes 3-6 hours for the first harvest cycle. Then it mostly depends on the temperature settings with 0°F being the optimal temp. I think the average harvest cycle is every 1.5 - 2 hours.
I got the replacement ice maker and it's doing the same thing. I'm tempted to replace the main board. Could it be that? I read about some PE code that I'll need but there is nothing after the word code on the sticker. Can you help again? Thank you in advance.
4 days agoThat's crazy. How long ago did you install it?
Also, I am hearing an intermittent tick, tick click noise from board area ever so often. Does the board control anything with ice or harvest?What's the voltage across L and N? Will it start a harvest cycle? Did you have any problems when you installed it? If you have 120 VAC across L and N, it won't be the board.
Yellow/blue wire does have continuity. I started monitoring the temp on the ice box/chest -- it seems to always be at 18-20F. I think it needs to be around 11 for ice to harvest. Anything I can do or check?Whenever checking for continuity or measuring resistance the power is always off. One way, if your meter leads are not long enough, is to take a long wire and connect it to the yellow/blue wire. Make sure it's disconnected. Toss the rest of the wire over the top of the machine towards the control board. Disconnect the P2 connector from the board and measure between the yel/blu wire in the connector to the other wire.
I'm getting a temp of about 1F in freezer area (lower drawer). The ice box (in upper fridge part) is reading like 19F. Anything I can do on my end to check?Freezer needs to be at 0°F for optimal ice production. You're saying the freezer temperature is too warm and doesn't go below 18°F??