Icemaker quit harvesting ice. It would get water and freeze but wouldn't harvest. I could force the harvesting arm to start and it would go on it's on until it hit the ice and then stop and couldn't eject the ice. I put a new ice maker in and it is doing the same thing. I have read that the thermostat in the ice maker won't activate the heater for the mold and cause it to harvest if the internal temp of the freezer isn't low enough, is this correct. If so what does the internal temp need to be.
ANSWER Hello Tommy. Yes, the temperature needs to be between 0 and 5° to cycle properly.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, December 16, 2013