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kpool

Member Since 07 May 2009
Offline Last Active May 09 2012 09:55 AM

#231961 Subzero 590 refrigerator is warm, freezer cold but no ice

Posted by kpool on 08 May 2012 - 08:10 AM

my subzero model 590, s/n 1315600 refrigerator side is warm-60 degrees. Compressor is running and condenser fan is running. Frig evaporator has no ice but evaporator fan does run.

I replaced the timer with no help. Interested to note-the timer has voltage at the plug but the timer does NOT ROTATE. The replacement timer is a Whirlpool 4391974 and the black jumper is attached to terminal # 2.

As for the ice maker, freezer temp is at 0 degrees. The ice shutoff arm was in the up position so I rotated the gear and the ice bin level arm moved to the down position but still no ice and it did not fill with water.

I appreciate any help you may offer.

Thank you,

Keith



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