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Viking VCSB542 Service Manual

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Service
Manual
This manual is to be used by qualified appliance technicians only.
Viking does not assume any responsibility for property damage
or personal injury for improper service procedures done by an
unqualified person.
Built-In
Side-by-Side
Refrigerator/
Freezer
Preferred Service
This Base Manual covers general and
specific information including, but not
limited to the following models:
VCSB542/542D
VCSB548/548D
VISB542/542D
VISB548/548D
DDSB542/542D
DFSB542/542D
DDSB548/548D
DFSB548/548D
SMR-0008A
September 2010

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  • Page 1 Service Preferred Service Manual This manual is to be used by qualified appliance technicians only. Viking does not assume any responsibility for property damage or personal injury for improper service procedures done by an unqualified person. Built-In Side-by-Side This Base Manual covers general and specific information including, but not...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Door Open Alarm ............37 Wiring Diagram Dispenser Model (After 5/19/2010)..86 High Temperature Alarm ..........37 Wiring Diagram Non-Dispenser Model ...... Thermistor Alarm ............38 Temperature Control Operation ........38 Refrigerator and Freezer Thermistor (NTC) ....38 © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 3: Important Information

    “DANGER”, “WARNING” or “CAUTION”. These words mean: CAUTION DANGER VIKING will not be responsible for any injury Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe or property damage from improper service personal injury or death. procedures. If performing service on your...
  • Page 4: Warranty Information

    (2) years from the date of original retail purchase. Viking Range Corporation, warrantor, agrees to repair or replace, at its option, any part which fails or is found to be defective during the warranty period.
  • Page 5: Warranty Service Information

    The return of the Owner Registration Card is not a condition of warranty coverage. You should, however, return the Owner Registration Card so that Viking Range Corporation can contact you should any question of safety arise which could affect you.
  • Page 6: General Information

    ” / 1 6 / 1 6 - 1 1 - 1 1 ( 6 2 ( 6 2 4 ” - 1 / 4 ” - 1 / ( 6 9 ( 6 9 © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
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  • Page 14: Warnings

    DO NOT touch condenser coils near defrost Use two or more people to move and install pan. Doing so can result in burns. appliance. Failure to do so can result in death or serious injury. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 15: Model - Serial Number Matrix

    02 05 09 R00001169 Month Serial Number Year of Manufacture LISTED HOUSEHOLD VIKING RANGE CORP. REFRIGERATOR 35NN GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI 38930 MODEL/MODELE VCSB542RSS 5.75 oz R134a NUMBER/NUMERO 115 VAC/60 HZ SERIAL/SERIE 020509R00001175 NUMBER/NEMERO AMPS: 5.7 PE920095 © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 16: Operation

    “HIGH TEMP” indicator will illuminate. will be heard confirming the key press confirmation Showroom mode is entered. has been deactivated. To activate the key press confirmation, press and hold the “ACTIVATE CONTROLS” pad until confirmation beep is heard. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 17 ”ACTIVATE CONTROLS” pad, followed by the OFF” pad on your refrigerator’s control panel. If the “MAX REF” pad. alarm continues to sound, contact an authorized Viking Range Corporation technician immediately. Max Freezer Mode Max freezer mode adjusts the Display Panel...
  • Page 18: Automatic Ice Maker

    fills with water and begins operating. or turn power disconnect switch to the “ON” Under normal conditions, the ice maker will position. produce seven to nine batches of ice per 24 hour period. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 19: Door Hinge Adjustment

    1b. (Designer) Pull the center grille louver up at an angle and pull out. 5. Loosen the four hinge screws. Adjust door. Front of unit 2. Using an 8” magnetic nut driver, remove the two 1/4” screws. 6. Reverse procedure for reinstallation. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 20: Height Adjustment

    Remove kickplate assembly. 3. Using a 5/16” head wrench, turn the front (F) adjustment screws to raise or lower the front of the refrigerator. Note: DO NOT use an electric device. Overtightening can cause damage. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 21: Diagnostics

    Tone will sound 3 times and control will be in program mode A. Refer to Program Mode section Display Off Pad Deactivates control panel Press “DISPLAY OFF” pad to deactivate display. Press “ACTIVATE CONTROLS” pad to reactivate © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 22: Program Modes

    3. Within 6 seconds press the “MAX REF” pad, then press the “MAX FRZ” pad, the “MAX REF” pad, then press the “MAX FRZ”. 4. An audible tone will sound three times confirming the unit is in Program Mode A and the orange LED to the right of the HIGH TEMP indicator will illuminate. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 23: Mode A Functions

    Add Indicator 6 and 7 together to get a total temp of 6 degrees for the 1’s column. Indicator 9 is not illuminated so the temperature is positive. The compartment temperature for this example would be 36 degrees. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 24: Freezer Thermistor Temperature

    The indicator light and corresponding Defrost Times are listed below. Indicator Defrost Time 4 hours 5 hours 6 hours 8 hours 12 hours 16 hours 18 hours 20 hours 24 hours *Default setting To exit Adjustable Conventional Defrost, press the “ACTIVATE CONTROLS” key. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 25: Vcc Compressor Frequency

    The differential temperature is changed by using the Higher Temp and Lower Temp keys. Pressing the “HIGHER TEMP” key once will change the differential temperature by one level; pressing the “LOWER TEMP” key once will change the differential temperature by one level in the opposite direction. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 26: Freezer Cut-in/out Temperature Differential

    TeMP” key once will change the temperature by one level; pressing the “LOwer TeMP” key once will change the temperature by one level in the opposite direction. The indicator light and corresponding differential temperatures are listed below. Indicator Cut-In/Out Temperature Differential *Example shown above © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 27: Mode B Functions

    (keys) except “ALARM OFF” and “ACTIVATE CONTROLS” will be disabled after 10 minutes. If high temperature indicator is off, all pads (keys) on the keyboard are always enabled. DO NOT LEAVE KEYBOARD IN ENABLED MODE AFTER PROGRAMMING IS COMPLETE. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 28: Door Alarm Delay

    The indicator light and corresponding default times are listed below. Indicator Default Delay Time 1 min 2 min 3 min 4 min 5 min 6 min 7 min 8 min 9 min * Default setting © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 29: Max Refrigerator Run Time Duration

    The indicator light and corresponding Max Ref run time duration are listed below. Indicator Max Ref Run Time 4 hrs 6 hrs 8 hrs 10 hrs 12 hrs 14 hrs 16 hrs 18 hrs 20 hrs Duration * Default setting © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 30: Max Freezer Run Time Duration

    The indicator light and corresponding Max Frz run time duration are listed below. Indicator Max Frz Run Time 4 hrs 6 hrs 8 hrs 10 hrs 12 hrs 14 hrs 16 hrs 18 hrs 20 hrs Duration * Default setting © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 31: Temperature Offset Calibration

    4 6 7 If the proper Offset is not programmed, press the Higher or Lower pad to the proper Offset setting. The chart above shows the correct indicator depending on the type of Side-by-Side model. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 32: Setting Freezer Temperature Offset

    The High Temp and the blue LED to the left of the Max Ref indicator will be illuminated. If the proper offset setting for the model being serviced is not correct, use the Higher or Lower pad to set the proper Freezer Offset as shown in the chart above. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 33: Defrost Mode Selection

    Forced Compressor Start Compressor start can be forced by pressing and holding “MAX FRZ ” pad for three seconds. Program changes will be saved permanently in EEPROM. Compressor, evaporator fan, and condenser fan will come on. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 34: Exiting Program Mode

    Refer to Temperature Control Section and Electronic Testing section. Press “ALARM OFF” pad to turn off alarm. Alarm will reset for normal operation. If condition has not been corrected, alarm will sound again. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 35: Enter Showroom Mode

    To exit Showroom mode: Press and hold the “ACTIVATE CONTROLS” pad. While holding, press and hold the “HIGHER” and “ALARM OFF” pad simultaneously. One beep will be heard indicating that sequence was entered properly. Continue holding until three beeps are heard. The display will revert to normal operation. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 36: Sabbath Mode Feature For Sabbath Observance

    Once the unit is back in normal mode, the bale arm of the ice maker needs to be pushed down until it is no longer in the detent position. This will restore Maker power to the ice maker. Position © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 37: Power Disconnect Switch

    When the controller detects critical temperature in the unit for a duration of 2 hours, an alarm will sound. A high temperature indicator light and a flashing freezer or refrigerator indicator light will accompany the audible alarm. Alarm tone stops if temperature falls again. Press “ALARM OFF” pad to turn alarm off. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 38: Thermistor Alarm

    Note: Open thermistor or thermistor circuit will result in failure of refrigerator to cool. Shorted thermistor will cause refrigerator to run 100 percent of time except during defrost cycle. Deg F Deg C K-Ohms Deg F Deg C K-Ohms Deg F Deg C K-Ohms © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 39: 2010 Viking Preferred Service

    -4 (-20) 11 (-12) 33 (-0) 45 (7.2) -2 (-19) 13 (-11) 35 (1.7) 47 (8.3) 0 (-18) 15 (-9) 37 (2.8) 49 (9.4) -12 (-24) 3 (-16) Max Frz 25 (-3.9) 37 (2.8) Max Ref © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 40: Vcc3 Diagnostic Codes

    “OFF”, then check the control board 2 Flashes–every 5 seconds Control Board replace inverter 3 Flashes–every 5 seconds interrupted (open circuit) connection (among 3 terminal hermetic pins) circuit inverter/compressor cable is OK, replace inverter © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 41 2 minutes. Reconnect the inverter to the power supply and wait for 12 minutes compressor is “OFF”, change the inverter the compressor is “ON”, diagnostic function is not working properly © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 42: Parts Location-control Panel

    Service Diagnostics and Procedures Parts Location–Control Panel Control Panel Upper Grill Assembly Overlay Switch High Voltage Board Power Disconnect Switch Low Voltage Board Inverter © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 43: Upper Grill Assembly

    (2) 1/4” hex screws securing the grill assembly. 2. Pull control panel from securing tabs. Securing Tab Securing Tab 1/4 Screws 3. Remove the grill assembly. 3. Lower the control panel. Take caution with the ribbon cable to prevent damage. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 44: Overlay Switch

    2. Disconnect overlay switch from control. Overlay Switch Connection 3. Peel overlay off control panel (remove adhesive 6. Remove the two strain relief screws. to ensure replacement overlay adheres properly). 4. Reverse procedure to reinstall. Strain Relief Screw © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 45: High Voltage Board

    High Voltage Board Low Voltage Board High voltage board is now accessible. To check high voltage board, refer to chart on page 46. 3. Reverse procedure to reinstall. 3. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 46: Component Testing-high Voltage Board

    E10 Line in –115 VAC E14 is wired to the N.C contact in the relay. When the E5 Defrost Terminator Relay is energized; power is removed from the heater. E6 Defrost Heater E12 Neutral In E12 Light relay © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 47: Component Testing-low Voltage Board

    Wires removed during disassembly must be replaced on proper terminals to insure correct earth ground and polarization. After servicing, reconnect power using power switch. Component Testing–Low Voltage Board 15 pin connection between high voltage and low voltage boards Frequecy connection to inverter Ribbon Connector © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 48: Power Disconnect Switch

    This is determined by the frequency input from the low voltage board 1. To access the inverter, remove upper air grill assembly, remove control panel assembly (see Air Grill and Control Panel Removal sections). © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 49: Condenser Fan

    Condenser Fan Inverter 115 VAC is supplied to the inverter from E4 on the High Voltage Board. The LV board sends 2-5 VDC to the inverter to operate the compressor. 5. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 50: Parts Location-refrigerator Compartment

    Service Diagnostics and Procedures Parts Location–Refrigerator Compartment Plasma Cluster Fan Assembly Light Assembly Fresh Food Themistor Interior Light Water Filter © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 51: Light Assembly

    To check bulb, verify filament is not broken, the resistance in the bulb, and that voltage is supplied to the socket. 2. Lower fan cover to expose fresh food fan and disconnect wiring. Fresh Food Thermistor © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 52: Interior Light

    4. Remove the light assembly and replace/repair 1. To access the light bulb, remove shelves. the socket. 5. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 53: Fresh Food Thermistor

    As the temperature in the compartment changes, the resistance in this device changes. These changes are measured by the low voltage board and controls operation of the fresh food fan. Refer to thermistor chart on page 38. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 54: Plasma Cluster

    Plasma Cluster 3. Reverse procedure to reinstall. 3. Reverse procedure to reinstall. The Plasma Cluster is protected by a diode. Resistance readings should be 2.0 M Ω in one direction and infinite ohms in the other. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 55: Parts Location-freezer Compartment Non-dispenser

    Service Diagnostics and Procedures Parts Location–Freezer Compartment and Lower Unit–Non Dispenser Ice Maker Evaporator Fan Freezer Themistor Drain Pan Heater Defrost Heater Float Switch © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 56: Parts Location-freezer Compartment Dispenser

    Service Diagnostics and Procedures Parts Location–Freezer Compartment and Lower Unit–Dispenser Evaporator Fan Ice Maker Freezer Themistor Defrost Heater Drain Pan Heater Float Switch © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 57: Ice Maker

    Just before the ejector completes the second revolution, the ice maker turns the water valve on Module for approximately 7 seconds and refills the mold with approximately 4 ounces of water and the freezing cycle is ready to begin again. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 58: Component Testing-ice Maker

    Thermostat connection or hollow ice cubes, flooding of ice container. L1 side of line Mineral content can cause lime build up in the mold, wicking of water over the mold and poor Water valve connection © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 59: Thermal Cut Out (tco)

    Separate from Heater 16,100 Module Voltage Checks with Motor or Test Light Power to Ice maker Test Points Component Line Voltage 0 Volts T-Module Power On Power Off Power Off Bimetal Open Closed Heater Motor Water Valve © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 60: Auger Motor

    Red lead on White Infinite and Black lead on Blue Ohms White–Orange Black lead on White and Infinite Red lead on Orange Ohms White–Orange Red lead on White and 8.49 M Ω Black lead on Orange © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 61: Freezer Evaporator Fan

    2. Remove screws securing evaporator fan cover and remove panels. Evaporator Motor Cover Evaporator Fan Cover Disconnect wiring, and repair/replace freezer fan. Evaporator Fan 3. Remove screws and fan bracket. Fan Bracket 6. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 62 Freezer Glides Evaporator Fan Cover 4. Disconnect wiring, and repair/replace freezer fan. Evaporator Fan Remove right side light lens (see interior lights page 53). Light Lens 5. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 63: Freezer Thermistor

    15-wire Molex plug on the right side of the Control Housing. Refer to page 82 pin locations. Freezer Thermistor Defrost Heater 3. Pull thermistor into freezer cabinet, disconnect wiring, repair/replace thermistor. Freezer Themistor 4. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 64 4. Remove clips securing defrost heater, disconnect wiring, and repair/replace defrost 2. Remove screws, shelf brackets and glides. heater. Freezer Shelf Bracket Freezer Glide Evaporator Heater 3. Remove screws securing evaporator cover and remove. Freezer Thermistor Evaporator Cover © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 65: Defrost Terminator

    2. Unclip the terminator, disconnect wiring, repair/ replace terminator. 3. Remove clips securing defrost heater, disconnect wiring, and repair/replace defrost heater (see step 4 dispenser model). 4. Reverse procedure to reinstall. Defrost Terminator 3. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 66: Float Switch

    (water) to the door dispenser. When the ice maker calls for a fill cycle, then same procedure occurs except water is sent to the filter, into the secondary valve and then out (ice) to © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 67: Drain Pan Heater

    The purpose of the single-dual valve been turned “On”, and supply voltage. If voltage is supplied, the float switch is closed, and the heater does not energize, replace the heater. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 68: Parts Location Dispenser

    Service Diagnostics and Procedures Parts Location–Dispenser Child Lock Switch Light Switch Auger Switch Light Switch Water Switch Ice Door Switch Back view of switches looking forward Flapper Motor Flapper Delay Relay Crushed/Cubed Switch Paddles © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 69: Dispenser Assembly

    4. The covers for the ice and water paddles are attached to the rear of the dispenser bezel. Remove the screws to replace the cover. 5. Reverse procedure to reinstall. 2. Remove screws at bottom securing the dispenser bezel. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 70: Crushed/cubed Switch

    3. Reverse procedure to reinstall. 4. Reverse procedure to reinstall. To test switch, review the chart below. Test Point Switch Position Reading Orange–Purple Crushed 0 Ω Orange–Purple Cubed Infinite Ohms Blue–Purple Crushed Infinite Ohms Blue–Purple Cubed 0 Ω © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 71: Cavity Cover Assembly

    After servicing, reconnect power using power switch. Cavity Cover Assembly 3. Replace switch assembly if necessary. 1. Remove screws securing upper dispenser. Switch Assembly 2. Disconnect wiring harness and remove cavity 4. Reverse procedure to reinstall. cover. Upper Dispenser Wiring Harness © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 72: Ice Dispenser Module Assembly

    8 seconds to allow any remaining ice cubes in the chute to dispense. Ice Door Motor Ice Door Holding Relay 4. Reverse procedure to reinstall. 1. Remove cavity cover (follow cavity cover disassembly procedure). Remove screws to remove Ice Module Assembly. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 73: Ice Door Switch

    Ice Door Switch 3. If switch is found to be defective, replace entire 3. If switch is found to be defective, replace entire cavity cover assembly (see page 71). cavity cover assembly (see page 71). © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 74: Child Lock Switch

    Child Lock Switch 3. If switch is found to be defective, replace entire cavity cover assembly (see page 71). 3. If switch is found to be defective, replace entire cavity cover assembly (see page 71). © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 75: Dispenser Heater

    The dispenser heater has two heater loops and should one open the alternate loop could be connected. The heater measure 6800 Orange – Ω Dispenser Heater Orange and Yellow – Yellow. (rear view) 6. Reverse procedure to reinstall. © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 76: Troubleshooting Guide

    Frost on evaporator Defrost thermostat Verify thermostat is closing Evaporator fan Check connection and possible short open condition Defrost heater Unit running and no lights Sabbath Mode Verify operation of Sabbath Mode Open circuit Repair/replace wiring © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 77 Adjust water fill screw, level ice maker or refrigerator, reduce water pressure, or replace water valve or ice maker Leaky water valve Tighten connections or replace water valve Temperature Problems Action Freezer too warm Adjust freezer setting or repair refrigerator © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 78 Closed thermostat (won’t open above 32˚F) Replace thermostat Thermostat out of calibration Replace thermostat Heater not staked in mold Replace ice maker Won’t cycle test with power available Replace ice maker Won’t eject ice with power available Replace ice maker © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 79: Schematic Non Dispenser Model

    Wiring and Schematics Schematic–Non Dispenser Model Freezer Fresh Food Bottom Cabinet © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 80: Schematic Dispenser Model (before 5/19/2010)

    Wiring and Schematics Schematic–Dispenser Model (before 5/19/2010) Freezer Fresh Food Bottom Cabinet © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 81: Schematic Dispenser (before 5/19/2010)

    Wiring and Schematics Schematic–Ice and Water Dispenser (before 5/19/2010) © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 82: Schematic Dispenser Model (after 5/19/2010)

    Wiring and Schematics Schematic–Dispenser Model (after 5/19/2010) Freezer Fresh Food Bottom Cabinet © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 83: Schematic Dispenser (after 5/19/2010)

    Wiring and Schematics Schematic–Ice and Water Dispenser (after 5/19/2010) © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 84: Wiring And Component Testing High Voltage Board

    Molex Connection HV Board connection Wire Colors Purple Orange Blue w/White tracer Brown Purple w/White tracer Yellow Blue Brown w/White tracer Red w/White tracer White Black Green w/Yellow tracer With w/Black tracer (See note) Gray © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 85: Wiring Diagram Dispenser Model (before 5/19/2010)

    LEFT MOBILITY FREEZER DOOR LT BU WH/RD WH/RD DOOR CHILD WATER AUGER LOCK SOL SW GN/YL CAVITY WH/RD WH/RD LT BU LT BU CAVITY HEATER ICE DOOR CUBED ICE DOOR CRUSH MOTOR TIME DELAY RELAY © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 86: Wiring Diagram Dispenser Model (after 5/19/2010)

    Wiring and Schematics Wiring Diagram with Dispenser (After 5/19/2010) © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...
  • Page 87: Wiring Diagram Non-dispenser Model

    GRD LT HOUSING GN/YL GN/YL GN/YL LOWER FZ LIGHT WH/BK WH/BK VT/WH VT/WH VT/WH VT/WH GRD CAB BOTTOM BOTTOM OF CABINET SERVICE GN/YL FLOAT SWITCH WATER VALVE SOLENOID LEFT MOBILITY DRAIN PAN HEATER RIGHT MOBILITY © 2010 Viking Preferred Service...

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