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Old 03-30-05, 06:45 PM
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Thumbs up Great advice

Have been reading your post here for about 6 months and have to say that you guys give great advice, keep it up.
I'm new here as you can tell, I have been in the a\c business for about 5 years and enjoy it, going on service calls is what I love the most..
Now what I now have to learn is Manitowoc ice makers for my new job, we have to repair them ans also have to perform PM on them, the ice makers are all new to me so I hope that some of you can give me some pointers on them and advice on them from time to time...
Again the advice given here is really good, residents should be very happy to see this site up and running...

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Old 03-31-05, 09:12 AM
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The first and the most trouble on any ice maker. IS the water. Keep the cutters ,grids and plates clean. Lime and calcium on them is the main service calls we have.


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I have to agree with Ed water filters on the water line is a must and regular cleanings of the ice trays

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