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REFRIGERATOR
SERVICE MANUAL
CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT,
READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.
P/No. MFL62188066
Model #s:
795. 72063.11*
795. 72062.21*

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  • Page 1 REFRIGERATOR SERVICE MANUAL CAUTION BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. Model #s: 795. 72063.11* 795. 72062.21* P/No. MFL62188066...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................... 2 1. SPECIFICATIONS ................................3-4 2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION ..............................5 3. DISASSEMBLY ................................6-20 REMOVING AND REPLACING REFRIGERATOR DOORS ..................... 6 DOOR ....................................7 DOOR ALIGNMENT ................................8 FAN AND FAN MOTOR (EVAPORATOR) ........................8 DEFROST CONTROL ASSEMBLY ........................... 9 LAMP ....................................
  • Page 3: Specifications

    1. SPECIFICATIONS 1-1 DISCONNECT POWER CORD BEFORE 1-7 REPLACEMENT PARTS SERVICING IMPORTANT - RECONNECT ALL 31cu,ft 795.72063.11* GROUNDING DEVICES All parts of this appliance capable of conducting electrical current are grounded. If grounding wires, screws, straps, Overload Protector ........6750CL0001D clips, nuts or washers used to complete a path to ground R-Defrost Thermostat ........
  • Page 4 Description 795.7206* Depth w/ Handles 36 1/4 in Depth w/o Handles 33 3/4 in Depth w/o Door 29 1/2 in Depth (Total with Door Open) 48 1/8 in Height to Top of Case 68 3/4 in Height to Top of Door Hinge 70 1/4 in Width 35 3/4 in...
  • Page 5: Parts Identification

    Fixed Door Bins Durabase Divider Door Refrigerator Shelves Water Tank Cover Refrigerator Light Articulating Mullion Ice Compartment Air Filter (Icemaker and Ice Bin) Airtight Crisper Humidity Controlled Crisper Kenmore Connect Temperature Controlled Push, Button Pantry Drawer Homebar, Door - 5 -...
  • Page 6: Disassembly

    3. DISASSEMBLY 3-1 REMOVING AND REPLACING REFRIGERATOR DOORS To remove the left refrigerator door: To remove the Right refrigerator door: Pull the water tube out of the fitting while pressing the release ring on the fitting. When you pull out the tube, first you have to push the collet by opposite direction of arrow in the upper picture and tube pull out by direction of arrow.
  • Page 7: Door

    3-2 DOOR ● Door Gasket Replacement 1. Insert gasket into channel ● Mullion Removal Insert and press gasket into channels at doorliner. 1. Remove 2 screws. 2. Lift mullion up carefully. Mullion Replacement ● 1. Connect wire harness. 3. Disconnect wire harness. 2.
  • Page 8: Door Alignment

    3-3 Door Alignment FAN MOTOR If the level of refrigerator doors is uneven, follow the instructions below to align the doors: Turn the leveling legs (CCW) to raise or (CW) to lower the height of the front of the refrigerator by using flat blade Shroud screw driver or 11/32"...
  • Page 9: Defrost Control Assembly

    3-5 DEFROST CONTROL ASSEMBLY Fan Motor 3-5-1 DEFROST CONTROL ASSEMBLY(Freezer Room) Defrost Control assembly consists of Defrost Sensor and Shroud Refrigerator FUSE-M. The Defrost Sensor works to defrost automatically. It is attached to the metal side of the Evaporator and senses its temperature.
  • Page 10: Lamp

    3-6 Refrigerator Light (Top) 3-6-2 Refrigerator Light (Side) Unplug Refrigerator, or disconnect power at the circuit 1. Unplug refrigerator power cord from electric outlet. breaker. 2. Put flat screwdriver into sevice hole and remove cover of If necessary, remove top shelf or shelves. refrigerator light.
  • Page 11: Multi Duct

    3-6-3 Cap Duct LED LAMP(Bottom) 3-7 MULTI DUCT 1. Unplug refrigerator power cord from electric outlet. 1. Remove 2 screws and guide rail. 2. Open the refrigerator door to need diassembly. 3. Put flat screwdriver into service hole, remove the cover of cap duct LED LAMP.
  • Page 12: Main Pcb

    3-8 Air Filter 3) Disconnect wire harness and replace the main PCB in the reverse order of removal. 1) Remove filter cover to turn counterclockwise about 30 degree. 3-10 DISPENSER COVER DISASSEMBLY 1) Disconnect funnel by pulling down and forward. 2) Remove old air filter from filter cover.
  • Page 13: Display Pcb Replacement

    3-11 DISPLAY PCB REPLACEMENT 2) Pull the sub PCB down. 3) Disconnect the wire harness and replace the sub PCB in 1) Remove the dispenser cover and replace PCB with the reverse order of removal. dispenser cover. 2) Follow the steps in the pictures. 3-14 CAP DUCT REPLACEMENT 1) Remove the dispenser cover.
  • Page 14: Ice Corner Door Replacement

    4) Assemble 3 screws. 2) Grasp the bottom of motor cover assembly and pull it out slowly to remove. 5) Connect the Housing. 3) Disconnect wire harness from wall of compartment. 3-16 ICE CORNER DOOR REPLACEMENT 1) Remove the front screw as shown in the picture. 2) Lift up the hinge with one hand.
  • Page 15: How To Remove A Ice Bin

    3-18 HOW TO REMOVE ICE BIN 3-19 HOW TO PLACE ICE BIN IN POSITION 1) Grip the handles, as shown in the picture. 1) Insert the Ice Bin, slightly tilting it to avoid touching the Icemaker. (Especially, Ice-Detecting Sensor) Note) Before remove ice bin, put on clean golves for 2) Lift the lower part slightly.
  • Page 16: Pull Out Drawer

    3-20 PULL OUT DRAWER Top Drawer 1. Use a flat blade screwdriver to push the tab in on the left rail and push the tab on the right rail in with your finger. Once the tabs have been pushed in, you can lift the tray up and out. 2.
  • Page 17: How To Remove And Reinstall The Pullout Drawer

    3-21 HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE PULLOUT DRAWER 3-21-1 Follow Steps to Remove Step 1) Open the freezer door. Step 2) Remove the lower basket. Step 3) Remove the two screws from the guide rails (one Step 4) Removal of the freezer door is done by l ifting clear from each side) of the rail support.
  • Page 18 3-21-2 Follow Steps to Reinstall Step 1) Insert both side of supporter cover tv into Step 3) ① Assemble a bar and gear ice with screw. ② Push the otherside of the gear to inside of the connector rails, and then screw them. bar.
  • Page 19: Water Valve Disassembly Method

    3-22 WATER VALVE DISASSEMBLY METHOD 3-23 FAN AND FAN MOTOR DISASSEMBLY METHOD 1) Turn off the water. Then separate the water line from the 1) Using a short screwdriver, loosen one SCREW in DRAIN valve. PIPE ASSEMBLY and one connected to the MOTOR COVER.
  • Page 20: Caution : Sealed System Repair

    CAUTION : Sealed System Repair 3-24 Before making a sealed system repair : Start with the power cord unplugged from the outlet. Plug in the power cord and between 6 and 12 seconds after it has been pugged in, unplug it from the power source. this will allow both sides of the 3 way valve to be opened to allow for proper evacuation.
  • Page 21: Adjustment

    HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE HOMEBAR 3-26 3-26-1 CASE ASSEMBLY, HOME BAR 3-26-2 DOOR BASKET OF HOME BAR DOOR The Home Bar is removable for easy cleaning and The Door Baskets are removable for easy cleaning and adjustment. adjustment. 1.
  • Page 22: Circuit Diagram

    3-26-4 COVER FRONT The Cover Front is removable for easy cleaning and adjustment. 1. To remove the Cover Front, simply lifts the basket doorr up and pulls slopingly out. 2. Remove two screws of The Cover Front and pull slopingly straight out. NOTE : To replace the Cover Front and basket door, Slide them in above desired support and push down until them snaps into place.
  • Page 23: Troubleshootintg

    3-28 HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY, REFRIGERATOR 1. Remove the Screw of Right Hinge Cover. 2. Remove two Wire connectors. 3. Rotate the hinge lever clockwise. 4. Separate the Home Bar. 5. Pull THE DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY, REFRIGERATOR up and out.
  • Page 24 3-29 HOW TO REMOVE FRAME DOOR SWITCH OF DOOR FOAM 1. Remove screws on hinge assebmbly, Upper 2. Separate the Cap,decor on the frame door. 3. Press the hook of door switch, 4. Remove a wire connector for change. Then pushes it outward. - 24 -...
  • Page 25 3-30 HOW TO REMOVE THE HOME BAR DOOR. 1. Remove the screw located on the top of hinge. 2. Remove the cap hinge(upper) Cap Hinge(Upper) 3. Remove the bar by pushing it up from the 4. Pull out the bar thought the top hinge. bottom through the SVC hole (bottom hinge).
  • Page 26 4. ADJUSTMENT 4-1 COMPRESSOR 4-2-3 Compressor protection logic Since linear Comp conducts linear reciprocating motion, ● 4-1-1 Role we have protection logic for compressor, motor and PCB The compressor intakes low temperature and low pressure gas from the evaporator of the refrigerator and compresses this gas to high-temperature and high-pressure gas.
  • Page 27 5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM - 27 -...
  • Page 28 6. TROUBLESHOOTING 6-1. Error Code Summary WARNING: When you check the Resistance values, be sure to turn off the power. And wait for the voltage-discharge sufficiently. NOTE) - When 3 hours passed after error happend, all main errors are displayed on display panel except sub error. - Sub error not displayed before press the Ultra ICE button and Freezer button simultaneously.
  • Page 29 Error Display Error Detection Freezer Refrigerator Error Generation Factors Remark Category Temperature Temperature (Error code ①) (Error code ②) It is caused when feedback Abnormality of signal isn’t over 65 seconds Poor BLDC Motor connection, BLDC FAN Motor during BLDC FAN motor DRIVE IC, and TR for Freezer operating...
  • Page 30: Pcb Picture

    7. PCB Picture 7-1 Main PCB P/No & MFG Picture CON5 CON6 CON7 EBR730936 (2011.01~) CON3 CON2 CON1 - 30 -...
  • Page 31 7-2 Display PCB & Sub PCB P/No Picture CON104 CON102 CON105 CON101 CON103 Display PCB EBR73330702 (2011.03.30) Sub PCB EBR60070710 (2011.01~) - 31 -...
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting With Error Display

    8. Troubleshooting With Error Display 8-1 Freezer Sensor Error (Er FS) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check for a loose connection. Check the Blue/White to Result SVC Action Blue/White. 0 Ω Short Change the sensor Open possible open harness in cabinet Other Check the Temp and...
  • Page 33 8-2 Refrigerator Sensor Error (Er rS) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check for a loose connection. Check the White to White. Result SVC Action 0 Ω Short Change the sensor Open Replace the refrigerator Check the Temp and Other Normal resistance (Table-2) <Temperature table-2>...
  • Page 34 8-3 Icing Sensor Error (Er IS) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check for a loose connection. Check the Blue to Blue. Result SVC Action 0 Ω Short Change the sensor Open Replace the refrigerator Check the Temp and Other Normal resistance (Table-1) <Temperature table-1>...
  • Page 35 8-4 Defrost Sensor Error (F dS) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check for a loose connection. Check the Orange to Orange. Result SVC Action 0 Ω Short Change the sensor Open Replace the refrigerator Check the Temp and Other Normal resistance (Table-3) Check the Brown to Brown.
  • Page 36 8-5 Defrost Sensor Error (R dS) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check for a loose connection. Check the Orange to Orange. Result SVC Action 0 Ω Short Change the sensor Open Replace the refrigerator Check the Temp and Other Normal resistance (Table-3) <Temperature table-3>...
  • Page 37 8-6 Defrost Heater Error (F dH) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the Door gasket. Part Result SVC Action 0 Ω Go to the 3 Check the Defrost control part. Fuse-M Other Change Fuse-M 34~42 Ω Go to the 3 Defrost Heater Change Fuse-M...
  • Page 38 8-7 Defrost Heater Error (R dH) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the Door gasket. Part Result SVC Action 0 Ω Go to the 3 Check the Defrost control part. Fuse-M Other Change Fuse-M 34~42 Ω Go to the 3 Defrost Heater Change Fuse-M...
  • Page 39 8-8 Refrigerator Fan Error (Er rF) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Reset the unit and Input Test 1 Mode. (Push the button 1 time) Open the freezer door and Check the air Status SVC Action flow. No windy Go to 3 ※...
  • Page 40 8-9 Freezer Fan Error (Er FF) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Reset the unit and Input Test 1 Mode. (Push the button 1 time) Open the freezer door and Check the air Status SVC Action flow. No windy Go to 3 ※...
  • Page 41 8-10 Icing Fan Error (Er IF) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Reset the unit and Input Test 1 Mode. (Push the button 1 time) Open the refrigerator door and Check the Status SVC Action air flow. No windy Go to the 3,4 ※...
  • Page 42 8-11 Condenser Fan Error (Er CF) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Reset the unit and Input Test 1 Mode. (Push the button 1 time) Check the fan rotating. Status SVC Action ※ While an error code is being displayed, No windy Check motor the fan dosen`t work.
  • Page 43 8-12 Communication Error (Er CO) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Red to White/Red. Result SVC Action 12 V Go to the 3 Check the Hinge Other (loose connection) CON101 Change the Main PCB <Display>...
  • Page 44: Troubleshooting Without Error Display

    9. Troubleshooting Without Error Display 9-1 Cube mode doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Black to White. Lever s/w Result SVC Action (While pushing the lever S/W) 112 ~ 115 V Go to the 3 Pushing Other Change PCB...
  • Page 45 9-2 Crush mode doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Sky Blue to White. Lever s/w Result SVC Action (While pushing the lever S/W) 112 ~ 115 V Go to the 3 Pushing Other Change PCB 0 ~2 V...
  • Page 46 9-3 Water mode doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Brown to White. Lever s/w Result SVC Action (While pushing the lever S/W) 112 ~ 115 V Go to the 3 Pushing Other Change PCB 0 ~2 V Go to the 3...
  • Page 47 9-4 Freezer room lamp doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the Freezer door switch. If feel sticky, Change the door s/w. Check the door S/W resistance. Status Result SVC Action 0 Ω Go to the 3 Normal Change door S/W Go to the 3 Infinity...
  • Page 48 9-5 Refrigerator room lamp doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the Refrigerator door switch. If feel sticky, Change the door s/w. Check the door Switch resistance. Status Result SVC Action 0 Ω Go to the 3 Normal Change door Switch Other Go to the 3...
  • Page 49 9-6 Poor cooling in Fresh food section Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the sensor resistance. Temperature Result 23°F / -5°C 38 ㏀ 32°F / 0°C 30 ㏀ 41°F / 5°C 24 ㏀ 50°F / 10°C 19.5 ㏀ <CON7> 59°F / 15°C 16 ㏀...
  • Page 50 Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the R Fan motor voltage. Point Result SVC Action (3) (2) (1) (1) ~ (2) Below 12 V Change the PCB (1) ~ (3) 0 or 5 V Change the motor <CON6> - 50 -...
  • Page 51 9-7 Poor cooling in Freezer compratment Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the sensor resistance. (1) To (2) Result -22°F / -30°C 40 ㏀ -13°F / -25°C 30 ㏀ -4°F / -20°C 23 ㏀ 5°F / -15°C 17 ㏀ <CON7>...
  • Page 52 Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the Fan motor. Rotate fan using your hand. Point Result SVC Action It feel sticky, change the motor. Motor Sticky Change the motor (cause of ice or rust inside of motor). Check the Fan motor voltage. Point Result SVC Action...
  • Page 53: Reference

    10. Reference 10-1 TEST MODE and Removing TPA 1. How to make TEST MODE If you push the test button on the Main PCB, the refrigerator will be enter the TEST MODE. * 1 time : Comp / Damper / All FAN on (All things displayed) * 2 times : Damper closed (22 22 displayed)
  • Page 54 10-2 TEMPERATRUE CHART - FREEZER AND ICING SENSOR TEMP RESISTANCE VOLTAGE 73.29 ㏀ -39°F (-40°C) 4.09 V -30°F (-35°C) 53.63 ㏀ 3.84 V -21°F (-30°C) 39.66 ㏀ 3.55 V -13°F (-25°C) 29.62 ㏀ 3.23 V -4°F (-20°C) 22.33 ㏀ 2.89 V 5°F (-15°C) 16.99 ㏀...
  • Page 55 10-3 TEMPERATRUE CHART - REFRIGERATOR AND DEFROST SENSOR TEMP RESISTANCE VOLTAGE 225.1 ㏀ -39°F (-40°C) 4.48 V -30°F (-35°C) 169.8 ㏀ 4.33 V 129.3 ㏀ -21°F (-30°C) 4.16 V 99.30 ㏀ -13°F (-25°C) 3.95 V -4°F (-20°C) 76.96 ㏀ 3.734 V 60.13 ㏀...
  • Page 56 10-4 How to check Fan-Error (1) After sending a signal to a fan, MICOM checks BLDC fan motor s lock status. If there is no feedback signal from BLDC fan, fan motor stops for 10 seconds and then operate for 15 seconds. To determine there is a fan motor malfunction, this process is repeated 3 times.
  • Page 57: Component Testing Information

    11. COMPONENT TESTING INFORMATION 11-1 Defrost Controller Assembly Function - Controller assembly consists of Fuse-M and sensor. check the resistance of the parts to determine if parts are defective. - Fuse-M can cut off the source when defrost heater operate the unusual high temperature temperature.
  • Page 58 11-2 Sheath Heater (Freezer Room) Function Sheath heater is the part for defrost. All heating wire is connected to only one line. So we can decide part is defective or not when we check the resistance. How to Measure Set a ohmmeter connect to The housing pins. Measure the pins connected to Sheath Heater.
  • Page 59 11-2 Sheath Heater (Refrigerator Room) Function Sheath heater is the part for defrost. All heating wire is connected to only one line. So we can decide part is defective or not when we check the resistance. How to Measure Set a ohmmeter connect to The housing pins. Measure the pins connected to Sheath Heater.
  • Page 60 11-3 Door Heater Assembly Function The heater is designed for anti-dew on the door. How to Measure Standard Test Point Ressult (1) to (2) 2.3 ~ 2.9Ω - 60 -...
  • Page 61 11-4 Door Switch Function The switch senses if the door is open or closed. - When the door is open, lamp is on. - When the door is open, the switch gives information to Micom. When the door is open or closed, plunger is pushed and protruded. then function of refrigerator is operated or stoped.
  • Page 62: Trboubleshooting

    11-5 Dispenser DC Motor Function - Dispenser DC Motor : When customer pushes the dispenser button, It pulls duct door of dispenser internal and ice dispense from ice bank. How to Measure Dispenser DC Motor Standard Dispenser DC Motor Test Points Result 9.9 ~ 12.1 Ω...
  • Page 63 11-6 AC Motor ASSEMBLY Function The In-door motor of AC motor assembly pushes ice cubes to the dispenser. How to < In-door Motor > < In-door Motor > Measure Take out the male Take out the male connector from connector from female connector female connector Measure the...
  • Page 64 11-7 Damper Function The damper supplies the cold air from freezer room to chillroom by using the damper plate. Chillroom gets colder when damper plate is open. When damper plate is close, chillroom temperature will rise How to Measure < Damper Circuit > Blue Blue White...
  • Page 65 11-8 Lamp Socket Function The lamp socket connect cover lamp assembly to lamp. The lamp socket fix lamp and unite lamp and cover lamp assembly. The lamp socket supply electric source to lamp also. How to Measure Check the resistance between connectors of housing and lamp socket. It means that check electric current is flowing.
  • Page 66 11-9 Flow Sensor Function Flow Sensor (in machine room) measure the water quantity from city water to water filter in refrigerator How to Measure Flow Sensor (in machine room) Standard Test Points Result 4 ~ 30 Ω Red wire to Black wire - 66 -...
  • Page 67: Compressor Troubleshooting

    12. Compressor Troubleshooting PCB Check (Simplify) Protection Logic TEST 1 Mode A-inverter Con201 Time>30sec Power Off Power On PCB OK Disconnect & V≒200 Replace Driver PCB Check Voltage about 200V past 30second after turn on Test Mode Comp Ref. Display & sound Refer FC75(A-Inverter) TEST1...
  • Page 68 12-1 Check A - There is PC Board located in the PCB case. The control driver is PC board for the compressor. - This step shows the source voltage of the driver PC board. Step1. Open PCB Cover Step2. Check Driver PCB - 68 -...
  • Page 69 IPM Output check - Measure the voltage between the POWER and COMM pins of the connector as shown below. Check to make sure compressor is receiving voltage from IPM - In order to determine whether the compressor is operating normally, check the output voltage during the refrigeration cycle.
  • Page 70 12-2 Check B B1. LED blinks once, then repeats (FCT0 Fault: A-Inverter) Protection Logic Blink OFF Blink OFF - Purpose: Detecting motor current and voltage error - Check voltage at point A (Motor Voltage), point B (Motor Current) and Point C (Capacitor Voltage) when compressor is off.
  • Page 71 B3. LED blinks five times, then repeats (Locked Piston: A & E Inverters) Protection Logic Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink OFF - Purpose: To detect locked piston - Cause: Lack of oil to the cylinder, cylinder or piston damaged and or restricted discharge. A Locked Piston can also be caused by foreign materials inside the compressor.
  • Page 72 B5. LED blinks seven times, then repeats (IPM Fault: A & E Inverters) Protection Logic Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink OFF - Purpose: Prevent high current due to IPM Short - Cause: Damaged IPM (Dead Short) - Test for a dead short at Point A with a VOM. - Logic: Compressor is forced off and tries to restart in 20 seconds.
  • Page 73 12-3 Check C C1. Harness Connection Check Check Process C2. Capacitor Specifications C3. Compressor Check - Step 1. Power off. Step 2. Check capacitor spec. (table1). Step3. Check resistance of point A Step 4. Check wire harness (INF ohm). Step 5. Check resistance at point B. Step 6. Point D. Check Check Harness...
  • Page 74 12-4 Check D D1. Activate Protection logic Cycle check with protection logic - We have to check Condenser fan and Freezer fan before performing Check D - Locked Piston, Current trip and stroke trip can be activated by other problems then the driver or compressor. →...
  • Page 75 Compressor Troubleshooting WARNING HIGH VOLTAGE Step 1) Open PCB cover Step 2) Check for blinking frequency of LED and PCB When compressor is normal, it does not blink : Refer to the next page to find out what actions to take according to how many times LED blink - 75 -...
  • Page 76 LED operating condition Cause Service guideline 1. Please check, Whether connector of PCB Parts compressor is attached defect or rightly or not. after LED two - time repetiton (Stroke Trip) Compress power off 2. After the first action, Connector You check on normal miss operation of - off -...
  • Page 77 12-5 SERVICE DIAGNOSIS CHART COMPLAINT POINTS TO BE CHECKED REMEDY • Is the power cord unplugged from the outlet? • Plug into the outlet. No Cooling. • Check if the power switch is set to OFF. • Set the switch to ON. •...
  • Page 78 12-6 REFRIGERATION CYCLE ▼ Troubleshooting Chart TEMPERATURE STATE OF STATE OF THE OF THE CAUSE REMARKS THE UNIT EVAPORATOR COMPRESSOR PARTIAL Freezer Low flowing sound of A little higher than • Refrigerant level is low due LEAKAGE compartment and Refrigerant is heard ambient to a leak.
  • Page 79: Desciption Of Function & Circuit Of Micom

    12-6-2 SEALED SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS “Not Cooling” Complaint All components operating, No airflow problems, Not frosted up as a defrost problem problem has been isolated to sealed system area Frost Partial None Pattern? Equalization Equalization Test Test Very Fast Very Slow Very Slow Very Fast Fast...
  • Page 80: Icemaker Operating Method And Trouble Shooting

    13. ICEMAKER OPERATING METHOD AND TROUBLE SHOOTING 13-1 Icemaker’s Basic Operating Method Power On Power On Start Position • Adjusts Ice Tray to Start Position with power on. • Adjusts Ice Tray to Start Position with power on. • Waits until water becomes ice. Icemaking ※For cold air circulation, Ice tray will be Mode...
  • Page 81 13-2 ICE MAKER FUNCTIONS 13-2-1 Icemaking Mode 1. Icemaking Mode begins right after the ice tray fills with water. 2. Icemaker waits until water becomes ice in the ice tray. ※ Ice-detecting sensor checks if the ice bin is full every 2min. 13-2-2 Harvest Mode At least in 110min, since icemaker begun icemaking mode, Icemaker starts to twist the ice tray to drop ices into the Ice bin.
  • Page 82 13-3-2 Icemaker not making ice or not making enough ice (Icemaker Unit & Ice-detecting sensor Diagnosis) ▶ Icemaker Unit and Ice-detecting sensor Diagnosis The icemaker unit and Ice-detecting sensor is programmed to be diagnosed. Follow the procedure step by step to check to see if icemaker and Ice-detecting sensor is working normally. Icemaker Unit Ice-detecting sensor Test Switch...
  • Page 83 STEP (Ice-detecting sensor Diagnosis) 1. Remove Ice bin from compartment 2. Close both of the Fresh 3. Wait for 3min. Food doors. 4. Open the Freezer drawer. 5. Press and hold Door Alarm and Refrigerator Temperature button at the same time. If "EMPTY"...
  • Page 84 14. DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION & CIRCUIT OF MICOM 14-1 FUNCTION 14-1-1 Function When the appliance is plugged in, default set values are 37°F for Refrigerator and 0°F for freezer. You can adjust Refrigerator and Freezer control temperature by pressing ADJUST button on display 1.
  • Page 85 14-1-5 Air Filter condition display function 1. There is a replacement indicator light for the air fresh filter In initial Power On Classification cartridge. / Filter RESET 2. Fresh Air filter needs replacement once every 6 months. 3. When the Air Filter Icon lights on, you must replace the Filter Status CHANGE AIR FILTER CHANGE AIR FILTER...
  • Page 86 14-1-9 DISPENSER LIGHT - Whenever LIGHT button is pressed, DISPLAY changes as belows. ① Normal status : Blue Ambient Mood Light is off. ② AUTO status : Detecting the lighting of room by Light Sensor, Blue Ambient Mood Light is on and off automatically. ③...
  • Page 87 14-1-15 How to set the display mode and cancel it 1. With the refrigerator door open, keep pressing the Refrigerator Temp Button and ULTRA ICE Button more than 5 seconds, then it goes to the display mode with Special Beep Sound. 2.
  • Page 88 VALVE & WATER TUBE PARTS 617A 625A 616D 623B 616G 616J 623B 616J 616F 627B 603C 616D 627A 619A 619E 603B...
  • Page 89 CASE PARTS CAUTION: Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 603C 503E 603E 626A 624E 207B 624G 402A 503D 624C 500P 409D 158A 103B 610F 271B 103A 501F 207A 402A 282G 406D 610D 120A 628A 409H 631C 631A 405K...
  • Page 90 CASE PARTS...
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  • Page 92 FREEZER PARTS CAUTION: Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 145G 145C 145J 145K 131A 249M 136C 136B 133C 145F 249L 145M 132Q 136E 134A 133C 145J 145H 132P 237C 136A...
  • Page 93 REFRIGERATOR PARTS CAUTION: Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 142B 142B 143A 143A 142A 142A 142D 142D 141H 141H 141A 141A 141B 141F 141B 141F 141D 154A 167B 161C 161B 151A 151B 146E 162B 161A 145D 162A...
  • Page 94 DOOR PARTS CAUTION: Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 231B 233B 241K 235A 207D 250F 241K 232A 281H 312F 250D 241K 241B 250D 312G 312B 241B 281B 207C 146F 281H 250C 243C 312E 241A 262C 244A 624A 267A...
  • Page 95 DOOR PARTS...
  • Page 96 DOOR PARTS...
  • Page 97 DISPENSER PARTS 276G 276F 278F 402C 278B 275A 276B 500C 276A 281A 278D 405A 279J 279A 500J 276J...
  • Page 98 ICE MAKER & ICE BIN PARTS 630J 630J 612A 630F 630B 630C 600A 611A 607A 630A 630H 630D 606A 630E 630Q 630G...

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