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    Manitowoc Neo

    Ok... very frustrating!
    Neo under counter UD0190A
    Fills, freezes, doesn't harvest all the time. Harvest float works. Water level drops appropriately. 15-20 min freeze. Harvest light does not come on. Plate has great pattern. Water is trickling, almost gone. So, replaced board.
    Same issues. ?????


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    Buy an Ice O Matic.

    Problem solved 😂😂😂

    But in all seriousness, hmm...that is odd. Board has latest software.?

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    Is there a Thermistor in the water trough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmmScott View Post
    Buy an Ice O Matic.

    Problem solved

    But in all seriousness, hmm...that is odd. Board has latest software.?

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    You couldn't give me a new ice-o-matic for free!!
    Not sure about software.
    Unit is two months old!!



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    Take a look at your floats. The back one is the harvest float. Is it out of position?

    The front float is for water fill/ice thickness, is it all the way to the left (thickest bridge setting)? You may be having a float war where the harvest is set too high and the fill is too low. And nobody wins.

    Is the machine level?

    Water pressure good?

    Had a similar situation once. The bridge thickness was set to the thickest setting. When the bin was 2/3 full the ice plates didn't have far enough to drop and break apart so the girls were jamming a broom handle in there to break it up. Well, one of them whacked the fill float and that was that.

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    If it's only two months old it probably has the thermistor. Unplug it.

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    Unit level
    Water pressure is good.
    Harvest Float is back left
    Fill / thickness float is in front. Confirmed in service book.


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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    If it's only two months old it probably has the thermistor. Unplug it.
    Yep, kitchen care just call me back. Apparently the new style boards with the thermistors have an issue with not going into harvest. He said unplug the thermistor. If that doesn't work replace the thermistor and he will warranty it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewmaster101 View Post
    Unit level
    Water pressure is good.
    Harvest Float is back left
    Fill / thickness float is in front. Confirmed in service book.



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    I had the floats mixed up but by the time I edited it your problem was fixed! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanMan812 View Post
    I had the floats mixed up but by the time I edited it your problem was fixed! Lol
    No problem Van. Thank you for the help. That's why most of us are here.
    We are here to help each other out. Tech support is not always best. Sometimes peer support is better.
    See ya on next butt kicker issue!
    Stay frosty.


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