Hi...my ice maker appears to be cycling too soon not allowing the cubes to fully freeze which leaves them with water inside them or hollow which seems to leave water in the ice tray causing ice to form below the ice maker. Does the ice maker determine the cycle time or does that come from elsewhere? I have turned the ice maker switch off so that the cubes have time to freeze completely and watched the cycle occur and noticed that water dripped from the ice tray at the end of the fill cycle....not sure if it overfilled or if ice was still in the tray.
ANSWER Hello Jeff,
There is a thermostat in the icemaker which tells the icemaker when to cycle. The icemaker if cycling too quick will need to be replaced.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, January 22, 2013