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Ok with the cover removed you will see a small white hexagon screw on the right side of the front, it is right in the middle. Turn that screw in 1/8 turn increments clockwise to reduce the fill time.
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Can yo take a picture of the front of the icemaker and upload it here?
That is the newer one and does not have an adjustment for fill time on it, you would have to get a new icemaker to correct this issue.
What pins are you seeing?
Yes if you have pins move them closer together that should shorten the fill time, I just did not and still can not see them in the picture...sorry
Can you send me a pic of the pins and I can tell you
Move the larger one
It must be the picture are you seeing some small pins on the large gear
OH NO those are the heater pins....this one is not adjustable you need to get a new icemaker some of these are not.
Do you have a picture of the backside of the cover you took off I can check one last spot for you.
Yes the pins are for the heater, the part that fills is actually that molded peg off the main white gear that hits the fill switch in the icemaker front(one of the black switches for about 3-5 seconds so you could try and shave that down, but really that is a fixed icemaker assembly with no fill adjustment for sure.
If the icemaker is overflowing the valve could be sticking and could be the whole issue, but it may just be a bad new icemaker you have received.