I know the units that have the pressure transducer built into the control have been a little flaky. The most recent symptoms involved stalling in the Sensing cycle and constantly energizing the drain pump. After checking the pressure hose and drain pump operation, replacing the control cured the problem.
Your model has a basic pressure switch, so as long as the diaphragm isn't sticking, I expect it's good. If the pressure hose checks good, it could be a communication problem in the control.
Sounds like a restriction at the drain pump. Remove the drain pump and tub to pump hose from the bottom of the tub and check for any foreign objects.
If nothing is found at the pump, lift the cabinet top and remove the upper tub cover. You should be able to look between and inner basket outer tub (rear/right corner) for any foreign object that may have been thrown over the lip of the inner basket during spin. May be able to remove the restriction without having to remove the inner basket by using a straightened wire clothes hanger or something similar.
The tech sheets' pretty self explanatory and will walk you through each step. The evaporator fan motor is located behind the evaporator cover, but I believe you've already replaced it according to your original post.
The evaporator frost pattern may reveal if you have a sealed system problem or a possible thermistor or air flow issue.
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Multiple issues concerning these dual evaporator units. You may have to retrieve the technical sheet from the upper/right door hinge cover and perform the service diagnostic routine. Check component operation (evaporator fan motor, damper, 3 way valve, etc) and thermistor conditions.
Also note the frost pattern of the iced up evaporator. Is it iced completely across the coil?
Fairly high failure rate on those MC thermostats, even during first year warranty.
I'll use the "whacking" method, usually on the Whirlpool made side by side, but only after saying something theatrical like, "I command you to heal!" or "This is a highly technical diagnostic procedure.....Observe."
I'm afraid you're stuck with the bullet style icemaker. In March 2011 Electrolux eliminated this icemaker in production and replaced it with a "plug and play" flex tray style.
There are update kits, specific to your serial number, consisting of several parts that should get the icemaker working. Warm air intrusion was the biggest issue with this icemaker, so be sure to install some 1/4" weatherstrip to the top lip of the ice room when complete.