I recently purchased some parts for my unit. The ice tray I purchased is a fit for my unit, but not an exact match. Difference being the old ice tray made ten smaller cubes with the sensor mounted to the center of the tray the newer ice cube makes 7 larger cubes with the sensor mounted to the end closest to the motor. The cubes are not freezing completely and when the tray twists to release the cubes they crack releasing the water from the center producing a frozen mass in the bin. Are there any settings I can adjust to limit the amount of water or extend the freeze time to remedy this?
There are not any settings that can be changed to get the unit to not cycle as fast other than temp settings. You will want to make sure that the temperature is set for the manufacturer recommended and not any colder. If you put it past the -2 it will cause the unit to cycle the icemaker quicker because the icemaker is designed for a certain resistance reading. If this does not correct then the control board may be getting an improper signal from the icemaker and may require the control board to be replaced.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Friday, September 27, 2013