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Thread: Service Tech Claimed Manitowoc Machine Would Need Replaced

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    We had a big one for the shop that made the top hat cubes

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    We call them shot glass cubes

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    The cm machine would rust out long before the parts would break lol
    Replace by the plastic cme with the call generating bin eyes ha
    They made CME's for a short time during the model changeover with the old mechanical controls.

    Those old scotsmans were bulletproof. Still have quite a few around here.

    We never had any trouble with the ice-o-matics with the clutches and pushrods. They were also very good. They used purely mechanical controls until just a few years ago, very unfortunate they switched imo, although i havent seen a new one yet.

    Manitowoc never used a pushrod, only air assist starting with the "S" model I believe. They speed up harvest quite a bit and save energy, which was the biggest reason they were added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    We had a big one for the shop that made the top hat cubes
    AKA Gourmet cubes. Fancy cocktail bars love em'!

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    You guys are so funny..op never came back but you guys carried a whole thread for 44 posts.. I mean 45 posts..
    wHen I diE I hOpe gOd haS mErcy oN my SiNful LifE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapperhead View Post
    If the evap was frozen over im going with Ice Sensor isnt working

    You can pop the sensor off and touch it to the grid , then see if the Led is coming on

    If not ... check the Ground pin on the PLUG going into wall rec
    you are exactly right a ground is most important or the circuit board will not work also a severe shock hazard

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    What's the model # usually its a 450 to 500 lb machine on a vendor type application 10 k is kind of hi

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