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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by GenesisRefrig View Post
    We need send to stock wires for those!

    Just got done with working on an under counter ice machine on an island in a very high-end cabin. It looked like a Mini version of that design. I don’t remember the manufacturer, but it wasn’t very old.
    Oh god...
    I DESPISE...working on those little ones. They usually never harvest correctly.

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    My pops had one of those in one of our restaurants, in 1974.

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    "If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you are doing." ~ W. Edwards Deming

    All those who wander..are not lost.

    Do NOT..mistake my kindness for weakness.

    The early bird may get the worm..but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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    Lets see if my mind still functions as it once did.The secondary voltage for the cutting wires was/is as follows.
    Model #50 had 8.5 volt
    " #2 had 21.0 volt
    " #3,5,7 &12 had 14.25 volt
    " # 450 had 15.6 or 20.0 volt (dual tap)

    Back in 1976 I went to a Factory Certified Whirlpool Ice Machine Class.It was in Boston,Mass & it was for 6 hrs.

    See that! My mind still functions pretty well. I knew that I had the Whirlpool Service Manual in my Library.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechmanTerry View Post
    Lets see if my mind still functions as it once did.The secondary voltage for the cutting wires was/is as follows.
    Model #50 had 8.5 volt
    " #2 had 21.0 volt
    " #3,5,7 &12 had 14.25 volt
    " # 450 had 15.6 or 20.0 volt (dual tap)

    Back in 1976 I went to a Factory Certified Whirlpool Ice Machine Class.It was in Boston,Mass & it was for 6 hrs.

    See that! My mind still functions pretty well. I knew that I had the Whirlpool Service Manual in my Library.
    I will yield to TechmanTerry on the voltages...…………………………………….

    My memory has been shot for a while, just ask my wife!

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