Modular ice maker service sheet

Modular ice maker service sheet

MODULE TEST POINTS

Icemaker module test points

Module ohmmeter checks (no power to icemaker & ejector blades in park)
TEST POINTS COMPONENT MODULE POSITION OHMS
L-H Mold heater Attached to support 72
L-M Motor Disconnect from support 8800

SERVICE PROCEDURES:

  • Cover – Pull water adjustment knob first andsnap off cover. Index knob and reinstall in same position for same water fill.
  • Module, motor and support assembly – Insert phillips driver in access ports in module. Loosen both screws. Disconnect shut-off arm. Pull mold from support assembly.
  • Shut-off arm – Pull out from support. Reinsert to full depth.
  • Mold & heater – Remove module, motor and support assembly.
  • Bimetal – Remove module motor and support assembly. Pull out retaining clips with bimetal.
  • Fill cup – Remove module, motor and support assembly. Remove ejector blades and shut-off arm. Pull fill cup from mold.
  • Ejector blades or stripper – Remove module, motor, support assembly. When reinstalling ejector blades, realign "d" coupling with module cam.

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Mold heater – 185 watts, 72 ohms
  • Thermostat – close 17° ±3° (bimetal) open 32° ±3°
  • Water fill – 140cc, 7.5 sec
  • Motor – 1.5 watts, 8800 ohms
  • Module – stamped circuit, plug-in connectors
  • Cycle – one revolution (ejects & water fill) for 120 volt model
Module voltage checks with meter or test light (power to icemaker)
TEST POINTS COMPONENT LINE VOLTAGE 0 VOLTS
L-N Module Power ok No power
T-H Bimetal Open Closed
L-H Heater on off
L-M Motor on off
N-V Water valve on off

WATER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT:

Turning the screw clockwise decreases the water fill.

  • 1/2 Turn equals 20cc or 1.2 sec.
  • Full turn equals 40cc or 2.4 sec.
  • Maximum adjustment is one full turn either direction additional rotation could damage module.

Icemaker water level adjustment

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