1. Pull copper line from
refrigerator (see fig.
Flush air and
impurities from water
line be turning on
water supply and running two (2) quarts
of water into a bucket.
literature packet) to plastic line with nut
3. Turn on water supply to refrigerator and
check for leaks.
4. Turn off water supply to refrigerator and
correct any leaks. Repeat this process
until no leaks exist.
5. Completely turn on water supply to
6. Verify drain pan is installed and aligned
Drain pan must be pushed
past and over initial stopping point.
Thermostat closes when temperature reaches
17° ± 3°F (-8.3° ± 1.5°C). Current flows
through thermostat to motor.
Maker Wiring Diagram". Motor is linked
with drive gear. From module, there are
copper contacts that ride on copper strips on
backside of drive gear. As the drive gear
rotates, contacts will make or break a circuit
(tract) to the copper strips to operate ice
Test points are identified on module:
N = Neutral side of line
M = Motor connection
H = Heater connection
T = Thermostat connection
L = L1 side of line
V = Water valve connection
185 watts, 264 ohms
Close 17 ± 3° F (-8 ± 1° C)
Opens 32 ± 3° F (0 ± 1° C)
140 cc, 7.5 sec.
Stamped in circuit.
Plug in connectors
One revolution of blades takes
3 minutes plug stall time on ice
Verify ice maker has power, shut off arm is
down, and freezer is cold enough to close
Test point L and N will verify 120
volts to ice maker module.
Test point T and H will verify bimetal
thermostat is open or closed.
Verify test probes go into test points
½ inch (1.25 cm).
Short T and H with a shunt
(insulated 14 gauge wire with ends
stripped back 5/8 inch (1.6 cm) to
run motor. If motor runs. Replace
bimetal thermostat. If motor does
not run, replace module.