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  1. #14
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    This control board has been sold.

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    Control board 251130-3

    Hi Icemeister,

    Do you still have any of the used 251130-3 Manitowoc qd0603w control boards in stock? If you do, whats the price.

    Ryan

  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by RY_ICE View Post
    Hi Icemeister,

    Do you still have any of the used 251130-3 Manitowoc qd0603w control boards in stock? If you do, whats the price.

    Ryan
    I'll have to eyeball it in the AM at the shop, but I think I still have one (or two) of those left. I'll post again tomorrow.

    The price is $100 plus shipping.

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by icemeister View Post
    I'll have to eyeball it in the AM at the shop, but I think I still have one (or two) of those left. I'll post again tomorrow.

    The price is $100 plus shipping.
    I have one (1) 25-1130-3 board left in stock. If you're interested, my email address is in my profile. (Just click on my username.)

  5. #18
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    Need a board for a Q machine, please help.

    I am looking for a good circuit board for a Q machine, part 2511303. Does anyone have one yet. It would be a shame to just pitch a good machine. let me know if you still have one. I might be able to get a couple of good years out of it.

  6. #19
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    I have run across more switches bad than boards. Ice Off Clean switch You can turn the switch around to test it
    Last edited by Gunslinger; 08-18-2014 at 08:27 PM. Reason: more infop
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  7. #20
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    Hey ice
    I'm having a brain cramp
    If I remember with some finagling a B board could work in a J if they were matched like single or dual evap. And voltage.

    Also with some finagling you could cross between Q and S

    The part that I'm not remembering or getting is how there could be a J/Q board where they had float vs a fill valve.

    I feel like I'm forgetting something

  8. #21
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    If memory serves.....................

    J & Q take the same board. It has two molex plugs on it.

    The S Model board works the same but has different connections - it has one molex plug and one smt connector. It also has provisions to run the air compressor.

  9. #22
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    I guess there is no error for water fill on the old Q so it could work in a J also?

  10. #23
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    And B

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunslinger View Post
    I have run across more switches bad than boards. Ice Off Clean switch You can turn the switch around to test it
    I will test it. Do you recall The correct voltage? What is it supposed to be? Don't have diagram in front of me.
    I am trying to repair it for a friend who just lost their home to a fire. They could use a pick me up. I have an identical unit in my shop and when I changed the board, it worked just fine. The board is not allowing the fill circuit to work properly.
    That Manitowoc has it figured out. Let's crank up parts prices and discontinue them so we buy new machines. Why didn't I figure that out.
    I have a240 volt unit in my shop, but I'm concerned the board won't function correctly with 120. Does anyone know if the boards are the same regardless of voltage?

  12. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwtctech View Post
    I will test it. Do you recall The correct voltage? What is it supposed to be? Don't have diagram in front of me.
    I am trying to repair it for a friend who just lost their home to a fire. They could use a pick me up. I have an identical unit in my shop and when I changed the board, it worked just fine. The board is not allowing the fill circuit to work properly.
    That Manitowoc has it figured out. Let's crank up parts prices and discontinue them so we buy new machines. Why didn't I figure that out.
    I have a240 volt unit in my shop, but I'm concerned the board won't function correctly with 120. Does anyone know if the boards are the same regardless of voltage?
    That board for a q-model is still available. It probably says 2511303 on the board. Try looking up a Manitowoc part number of 7627823. Albeit, its not cheap.

    The board is the same regardless of voltage.

    If you want you can start a thread of your own to ask about your ice machine in the Refrigeration & Ice Making Forum.

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    Do you have board for a BY1004A?
    Last edited by sammyray; 08-25-2014 at 11:39 PM. Reason: Pic didn't come out

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