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Manage My Life

Ice maker - jumpers to determine what is wrong

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
July 15th, 2010

I am following the instructions provided earlier to "jump" two holes in the ice maker to determine the problem. Here is my question:


I have followed the steps to "jump" holes "T" and "H" on the ice maker and the "harvest cycle" does not start. I assume by saying to "jump" those tow holes all I need to do is insert a wire into those holes. Can you suggest anything else? I have removed both the emitter and receiver boards and reset the connectors. When the freezer door is opened, the light pulses twice, then a pause and the cycle is repeated. When I depress the receiver flap, the light is on. When the receiver flap is depressed and the light sensor is depressed, the light from the emitter goes out. Is this correct behavior? Bill Fetech

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Refrigerators , Appliances
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Manage My Life
Hello,
As the previous thread of the conversation regarding your ice maker is not included here, a suggestion I have is to verify some information and troubleshooting tips for ice maker problems in the owner's manual. I attached the link below. If down the road you feel expert diagnosis and repair is needed, you can visit SearsHomeServices to schedule a technician.
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July 15th, 2010
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