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 Posted: Sat Mar 1st, 2008 03:28 pm
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JoeIsuzu
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My ice machine is making ice, but it just sits on top of the cutter grid until it melts enough to drip through. :?  I'm certain that the grid is not heating, but I do not know if the grid has failed, or if the circuit board has failed.

What's the best way to troubleshoot this?  I have a basic multimeter.

Thanks.
Jack

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KUIS155HBS1 Wiring Sheet

cutter grid in lower right corner 

seems to on continuously (along with light & switch circuit - if equipped)

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Thanks, I always assumed the light went off when the door shut, like a fridge--but I've never crawled inside to verify this...;)

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light switch shuts off light, heaters on all the time.  Check for ac voltage where the transformer leads go the to cutter wire assembly.

H.

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TOUCH EVERY WIRE ON THE GRID  ! if even one is broken the grid will not work at all .  LOOK AT THE SOLDER WHERE THE POWER WIRES CONNECT TO THE GRID  , i have seen them broken there as well  .  

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