My bin thermistor has resistance values of 7k ohm at room temp and 24k ohm when it is in a glass of ice water. Is this correct? What should they be? Thanks
Here is the bin thermostat cut in cut out temperature and resistance. The cut in temp is 40 degrees farhenheit and 25.9Kohms resistance plus or minus 3 percent. the cut out is 35 degrees Fahrenheit and 29.8K ohms of resistance plus or minus 3 %. At room temp should have a resistance of 10K ohms at 77 degrees.
Is the thermistor bin the sensor along the side of the compartment that sences when the ice is low?
Yes, the bin thermistor is the j shaped tube that is on the right wall of the icemaker that senses the level of ice in the bin.