Correct - I just counted, I've built 13, experience and assembly line techniques ! I should make a YouTube video.
I just watched a video to see if I could fix my icemaker. It's a mechanical nightmare. A timing motor rotates though a cycle that turns on the water valve for 7 seconds to fill the tray, waits an hour or so for the water to freeze, turns on a heating coil to loosen the cubes (or in my case, giant lump of ice) then fingers rotate around to push the ice into the bin, and an arm swings over to make sure the bin isn't overfilled. Repeat unless it's full. They have a silly screw adjustment for the fill time, since high or low water pressure may mean you need more or less than 7 seconds. It has +/- arrows and says "don't turn more than 1/2 turn" OK ... where's the starting point ? What if it was turned previously ? So do I mess with the adjustment forever, which turns the freezer into an iced up Niagara Falls, or buy a new assembly for $ 55 (free shipping) or rip it all apart and add some relays and a BASIC Stamp computer and LED display of status and timing, or better yet, advanced ice sensing technique and water level sensor. Decisions are difficult.