1. Unit does not operate (with
drain pump; light on control
board is not illuminated).
2. Unit does not operate (without
drain pump; light on control board
is not illuminated).
3. Unit does not operate and light
on control board is illuminated.
4. No ice production.
5. Low ice production.
NOTE: Light on control board will indicate if condenser is too dirty. A rapid flash of light indicates high
heat conditions which could be caused by either an inadequate air flow or a dirty condenser.
DO NOT service the unit until the main
electrical power has been disconnected.
a. No electrical power to the unit.
b. Rocker switch set incorrectly.
c. Drain tube is kinked or
d. Bad pump. Diagnose by
bypassing the pump. Pull both
pink wires from control board
and jump the two terminals
together. If unit starts up, then t
he pump is bad.
a. No power to unit.
a. Bad bin thermostat.
b. Bin thermostat set incorrectly.
a. No water supplied to unit.
b. Stand pipe not inserted in water
c. Re-circulating pump is defective.
a. High ambient temperatures
b. Deposit build-up on evaporator
c. Ice thickness dial set incorrectly.
d. Dirty condenser coil.
a. Make sure unit is plugged in and
outlet has power.
b. Check switch wiring. Set to "ICE."
c. Clear the tubing. If water cannot
drain from pump, unit will shut
down due to safety design of
d. Change pump. Jumping the two
terminals together on the control
board with a jumper wire will
eliminate pump from the circuit.
a. Jumper plug off power cord.
a. Replace bin thermostat. The unit
is falsely sensing a full bin.
b. Set bin thermostat at the 10:00
a. Check that water is connected
and turned on.
b. Insert stand pipe securely into
c. Replace re-circulating pump.
a. Lower ice rate is normal with high
b. Run the unit through a clean
cycle. Use only Electrolux Ice
c. Adjust ice thickness dial
d. Clean condenser coil.