Estate/Whirlpool Ice Maker
Posted 03 August 2005 - 08:27 PM
We used a jumper from T to H to start the cycle (even though I think pluging it in starts it as well ) and still no water with new module. We had the thought to check for 120v on the wire that plugs into the ice maker side of the valve but didn't think that if the thermostat was bad that it would send 120v to the valve anyway. We are just thinking about getting a new thermostat and seeing if that works.
Can someone confirm that if the thermostat in the ice maker was bad it would halt the cycle there( raking the cubes ) and not "call" for water even once we manually took the cubes out?
Or just tell me what you think......
Posted 04 August 2005 - 05:03 AM
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