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Kenmore 795.71022.010 Service Manual

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REFRIGERATOR
SERVICE MANUAL
CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT,
READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.
P/No. MFL63273703
Model #s:
795.71022.010
795.71023.010
795.71024.010
795.71026.010
795.71029.010

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  • Page 1 REFRIGERATOR SERVICE MANUAL CAUTION BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. Model #s: 795.71022.010 795.71023.010 795.71024.010 795.71026.010 795.71029.010 P/No. MFL63273703...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ............................... 2 1. SPECIFICATIONS ................................3-4 2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION ..............................5 3. DISASSEMBLY ................................6-17 REMOVING AND REPLACING REFRIGERATOR DOORS ....................6 DOOR ....................................7-8 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 25 cuft IMPORTANT - RECONNECT ALL 795.71022.010 795.71023.010 GROUNDING DEVICES 795.71024.010 795.71026.010 All parts of this appliance capable of conducting electrical 795.71029.010 current are grounded. If grounding wires, screws, straps, Defrost Thermostat ........
  • Page 4 Description 795.710* Depth w/ Handles 34 1/4 in Depth w/ Handles 31 3/4 in Depth w/ o Door 27 7/8 in Depth (Total with Door Open) 46 1/2 in Height to Top of Case 68 3/8 in Height to Top of Door Hinge 69 3/4 in Width 35 3/4 in...
  • Page 5: Parts Identification

    2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION Use this page to become more familiar with the parts and features. Page references are included for your convenience. NOTE : This guide covers several different models. The refrigerator you have purchased may have some or all of the items listed below.
  • Page 6: Disassembly

    3. DISASSEMBLY 3-1 REMOVING AND REPLACING REFRIGERATOR DOORS To remove the right refrigerator door: CAUTION : Before you begin, unplug the refrigerator and remove the food and bins from the doors. To remove the left refrigerator door: On the back of the refrigerator, press back on the release ring of the fitting (see 3 in figure below) and pull out the water tube in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 7: Door

    3-2 DOOR Door Gasket Replacement 1. Insert gasket bracket clips Door Gasket Removal 1) Insert gasket bracket edge beneath door frame edge. 1. Remove door frame cover 2) Turn upper gasket bracket spring so that the spring Starting at top of cover and working down, snap cover ends are in the door channel.
  • Page 8: Door Alignment

    2) Press gasket into channels on the three remaining 3-3 DOOR ALIGNMENT sides of door. If the space between your doors is uneven, follow the instructions below to align the doors : 1. With one hand, lift up the door you want to raise at middle hinge.
  • Page 9: Defrost Control Assembly

    * Ice Fan Scroll Assembly Replacement 3-6 LAMP Unplug Refrigerator, or disconnect power at the circuit 1) Remove the plastic guide for slides on left side by breaker. unscrewing phillips head screws. If necessary, remove top shelf or shelves. 2) Pull the grille forward as shown in the second picture. 3) Disconnect wire harness of the grille.
  • Page 10: Multi Duct

    3-7 MULTI DUCT 1. Remove the upper and lower Caps by using a flat screwdriver, and remove 2 screws. (Figure 17) 2. Disconnect the lead wire on the bottom position. Figure 17 To change freezer light 3-8 MAIN PWB NOTE: Some models have LED interior lighting and service 1) Loosen the 4 screws on the PWB cover.
  • Page 11: Display Pwb Replacement

    2) Hold the left and right side 3-12 SUB PWB FOR WORKING DISPENSER of the “Cover Assembly, 1) Loosen the screw on the sub PWB. dispenser” as shown in the picture, and pull and remove it. The cover dispenser is attached with a hook.
  • Page 12: Ice Corner Door Replacement

    3-14 ICE CORNER DOOR REPLACEMENT 3-16 AUGER MOTOR COVER 1) Loosen the front screw as shown in the picture. 1) After removing the icemaker remove the (5) stainless 2) Lift up the hinge with one hand. screws holding the auger motor cover, shown in the 3) Pull out the Ice Corner Door with the other hand.
  • Page 13: How To Remove A Door Ice Bin

    3-17 HOW TO REMOVE A DOOR ICE BIN 3-18 HOW TO INSERT A DOOR ICE BIN 1) Grip the handles, as shown in the picture. 1) Insert the Ice Bin, slightly tilting it to avoid touching the Icemaker. (especially, ice maker lever) 2) Lift the lower part slightly.
  • Page 14: How To Remove And Reinstall The Pullout Drawer

    3-19 HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE PULLOUT DRAWER 3-19-1 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) Lift the freezer door up to unhook it from the rail from each side).
  • Page 15 3-19-2 Follow Steps to Reinstall Step 1) Reinstall the right side gear into the clip. Step 2) Insert the rail into the right side gear. Gears do not Step 3) Insert the rail into the left side gear, and insert the need to be perpendicular to each other.
  • Page 16: Water Valve Disassembly Method

    3-20 WATER VALVE DISASSEMBLY METHOD 3-21 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 17: Pull Out Drawer

    3-22 PULL OUT DRAWER Separate the drawer, push the front left and right hooks in direction to pull up and remove. Then gently lift and pull it out in direction. To install, After pulling out both rails as much as possible, and insert an end of rib to the bracket at left and right then gently push down both left and right side while checking the hook on the front part.
  • Page 18: Adjustment

    4. ADJUSTMENT 4-1 COMPRESSOR 4-2 Introduction of E-Linear Compressor 4-1-1 Role E-Linear compressor is run by mechanical part design The compressor intakes low temperature and low pressure through automatically varying the cooling power. The gas from the evaporator of the refrigerator and compresses main parts consist of compressor and Sub PCB which this gas to high-temperature and high-pressure gas.
  • Page 19 4-2-3 Compressor protection logic 4-2-4 Compressor problems diagnosis Since linear Comp conducts linear reciprocating motion, When there is a problem or failure with the `operation, we have protection logic for compressor, motor and PCB you are kindly recommended to check it as follows ; as the below.
  • Page 20 2) Check to normality by measurement of Voltage 3) Check problems by LED On & Off Count _ (Sub PCB) Measure the resistance between pin of the connector (as If compressor protection logic is running, LED Lamp’s shown picture) with a multi-tester. blinking frequency of sub PCB, which takes in charge of control, can help estimate the protection logic’s symptoms and the cause of its problems.
  • Page 21: Circuit Diagram

    5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM - 21 -...
  • Page 22: Troubleshooting

    6. TROUBLESHOOTING ERROR CODE on display panel Error Display Error Detection Error Generation Factors Remark Freezer Ref. Category Temperature Temperature Normality None Normal operation of Display Freezer Sensor Short or Disconnection of Error Freezer Sensor Refrigerator Short or Disconnection of Sensor Error Refrigerator Sensor Each Sensor have to check...
  • Page 23: Pcb Picture

    7. PCB Picture 7-1 Main PCB P/No & MFG Picture CON3 CON4 EBR67348003 CON2 (2010.02~) CON5 CON8 CON1 - 23 -...
  • Page 24 7-2 Display PCB & Sub PCB P/No Picture Display PCB EBR43358505 (2010.02~) CON101 CON102 CON104 CON3 CON1 Sub PCB EBR60070706 (2010.02~) CON2 - 24 -...
  • Page 25: 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. Short Change the sensor Infinite Replace the Open ohms refrigerator Check the Temp and resistance Normal...
  • Page 26 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 Short Change the sensor Infinite Replace the Open ohms refrigerator Check the Temp and resistance Normal resistance (Table-2) table...
  • Page 27 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 <CON101> Short Change the sensor Check the resistance of the defrost sensor wires back to the main PCB.
  • Page 28 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 Short Change the sensor Infinite Replace the Open ohms refrigerator Check the Temp and resistance Normal resistance (Table-3) table...
  • Page 29 8-5 Defrost Heater Error (Er dH) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the Door gasket. Part Result SVC Action Go to the 3 Fuse-M Check the Defrost control part. Change Fuse-M Go to the 3 34~42 Defrost Heater Change Fuse-M Fuse Defrost Sensor...
  • Page 30 8-6 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 airflow Go to 3 While an error code is displayed, the fan is not working.
  • Page 31 8-7 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 airflow Go to the 3,4 While an error code is displayed, the fan is not working.
  • Page 32 8-8 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 displayed, No airflow Check motor the fan is not working.
  • Page 33 8-9 Communication Error (Er CO) Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Red to White/Red. Result SVC Action CON0101 12 V Go to the 3 Check the Hinge Other (loose connection) Change the Main PCB <Display>...
  • Page 34: 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 Blue. Lever s/w Result SVC Action (While pushing the lever S/W) 112 ~ 115 V Go to the 3 Activated Other Change PCB...
  • Page 35 9-2 Crush mode doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Sky Blue to Blue. Lever s/w Result SVC Action (While pushing the lever S/W) 112 ~ 115 V Go to the 3 Activated Other Change PCB 0 ~ 2 V...
  • Page 36 9-3 Water mode doesn’t work Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the loose connection. Check the Purple to Blue. Lever s/w Result SVC Action (While pushing the lever S/W) 112 ~ 115 V Go to the 3 Activated Other Change PCB 0 ~ 2 V Go to the 3...
  • Page 37 9-4 Freezer room AC Bulb 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 Go to the 3 Normal Change door S/W Other Go to the 3...
  • Page 38 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 S/W resistance. Status Result SVC Action Go to the 3 Normal Change door S/W Other Go to the 3 Infinity...
  • Page 39 9-6 Poor cooling in Fresh food section Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the sensor resistance. Temperature Result 23°F / -5°C 32°F / 0°C 41°F / 5°C 19.5 50°F / 10°C <CON4> 59°F / 15°C The sensor is determined by the temperature.
  • Page 40 Checking flow Result & SVC Action Damper checking method. Test Damper Inputting TEST Mode, SVC Action Mode State Check the damper and PCB. 1 Mode Open Damper is normal. (Check the Damper) 2 Mode Closed Change the damper mode working Test Point Result SVC Action...
  • Page 41 9-7 Poor cooling in Freezer compratment Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the sensor resistance. (1) To (2) Result -22°F / -30°C -13°F / -25°C -4°F / -20°C 5°F / -15°C <CON4> 14°F / -10°C The sensor is determined by the temperature.
  • Page 42 9-8 Over cooling in Fresh food compartment Checking flow Result & SVC Action Check the sensor resistance. Temperature Result 23°F / -5°C 32°F / 0°C 41°F / 5°C <CON4> 19.5 50°F / 10°C The sensor is determined by 59°F / 15°C the temperature.
  • Page 43: Reference

    10. Reference 10-1 TEST MODE and Removing TPA 1. How to enter the 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 44 10-2 TEMPERATURE CHART - FREEZER AND ICING SENSOR TEMP RESISTANCE VOLTAGE -39°F (-40°C) 4.09 V 73.29 -30°F (-35°C) 3.84 V 53.63 -21°F (-30°C) 3.55 V 39.66 -13°F (-25°C) 3.23 V 29.62 -4°F (-20°C) 22.33 2.89 V 5°F (-15°C) 2.56 V 16.99 14°F (-10°C) 13.05...
  • Page 45 10-3 TEMPERATURE CHART - REFRIGERATOR AND DEFROST SENSOR TEMP RESISTANCE VOLTAGE -39°F (-40°C) 4.48 V 225.1 -30°F (-35°C) 4.33 V 169.8 -21°F (-30°C) 4.16 V 129.3 -13°F (-25°C) 3.95 V 99.30 -4°F (-20°C) 3.734 V 76.96 5°F (-15°C) 3.487 V 60.13 14°F (-10°C) 3.22 V...
  • Page 46 10-4 How to check the Fan-Error (1) EBR673480 After sending a signal to the fan, the MICOM checks the BLDC fan motor s lock status. If there is no feedback signal from the BLDC fan, the fan motor stops for 10 seconds and then is powered again for 15 seconds.
  • Page 47 Compressor Troubleshooting Step 1) Loosen up screw of Case Assembly PCB and open Step 2) Check for blinking frequency of LED, PWB the Cover PCB If 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 - 47 -...
  • Page 48 Actions to take according to Led blinking frequency 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.
  • Page 49: Component Testing Information

    11. COMPONENT TESTING INFORMATION 11-1 Defrost Controller Assembly Function - Controller assembly is consist of 2 kinds of part those are fuse-m and sensor. we can decide part is defect or not when we check the resistance. - Fuse-M can cut off the source when defrost heater operate the unusual high temperature. - Sensor give temperature information to Micom How to Measure the 2 pin connected to Fuse-M.
  • Page 50 11-2 Sheath Heater Function Sheath heater is a part for defrost. How to Measure (1) (2) Measure the 2 pin connected to Sheath Heater. If resistance is between 34 ~ 42 ohms, the heater is normal. If it measures infinite ohms the heater is open and needs to be replaced. Standard Sheath heater (at all temperature) Test Point...
  • Page 51 11-3 Door Heater Assembly Function The heater is designed to prevent the exterior moisture on the door. How to Measure Standard Test Point Ressult (1) to (2) 2.3 ~ 2.9 - 51 -...
  • Page 52 11-4 Door Switch Function Senses when the door is opened or closed by sending a signal to the Main PCB. How to <Switch, Freezer> <Switch, Refrigerator> Measure Button (Plunger) Beep Beep Check the resistance between connectors 1, 2 and 3, 4. Standard Multimeter beep –...
  • Page 53 11-5 Dispenser DC Motor Function - Dispenser DC Motor : Opens and closes the ice chute door. How to Measure Dispensor DC Motor Standard Dispenser DC Motor Test Points Result (1) to (2) 9.9 ~ 12.1 - 53 -...
  • Page 54 11-6 ICE AUGER Moter ASSEMBLY Function Activates to dispense ice. How to < In-door Motor > < In-door Motor > Measure Take out the male Take out the male housing from housing from female housing female housing Measure the Measure the resistance between resistance between (1) and (2)
  • Page 55 11-7 Damper Function The damper supplies the cold air from the freezer to the refrigerator section. How to Measure < Damper Circuit > Blue Blue White White Check the 3 Yellow < extension > Check the Check the Check the resistance between connectors 1,3 and 2,4. Standard Damper Test Points...
  • Page 56 11-8 Light Bulb Socket Function Make sure the light bulb is screwed in tight to the light socket. How to Measure Check the resistance between connector of housing and connector of lamp socket. Standard Test Points Result (1) to (2) and (3) to (4) - 56 -...
  • Page 57 11-9 Flow Sensor Function Flow Sensor (in machine room) Count the water quantity from city water to water filter in refrigerator How to Measure Flow Sensor (in machine room) Standard Test Points Result Red wire to Black wire 4 ~ 30 - 57 -...
  • Page 58: Troubleshooting

    12. TROUBLESHOOTING 12-1 INFORMATION OF LINEAR COMPRESSOR The information tag provides compressor model, refrigerant, serial number and safety approval Compressor Label 1. Compressor Model F C 7 5 L A N E Operating Type Series name A : A-Inverter DLF/FA/FB E : E-Inverter Displacement Rated Voltage...
  • Page 59 To reduce noise level, the piston stroke is slowly increased to full power during start up. Step 1) Start up - Half stroke interval for first 1 second. Step 2) Ramp up - Stroke increases every 0.8sec until maximum stroke length is reached (about 1 min) Step 3) CVCF interval - 180V / 60Hz Step 1) Start up - Half stroke interval for first 20...
  • Page 60 Bridge Diodes converts 115V AC (Alternating current) to 115V DC (Direct current) The Voltage Multiplying circuit then increases the 115V DC to 230V DC. Then the IPM (Intelligent Power Module) converts the 230V DC to 230V AC. The converted AC power can be regulated to any required voltage and frequency. E-Inverter FC75LANE There is a PCB located in the PCB case next to the...
  • Page 61 Insulation check : Check for infinite Ohms between all compressor terminal and ground. FC90LANA FC75LANE Capacitor Spec. Capacitor Spec. 450V/18uF 550V/10uF Po : Power Po : Power Co : Common Co : Common N/C : No Connecting N/C : No Connecting Compressor Winding Resistance Check Compressor Winding Resistance Check 6 ~ 8 Ω...
  • Page 62: Service Diagnosis Chart

    12-2 SERVICE DIAGNOSIS CHART COMPLAINT POINTS TO BE CHECKED REMEDY • Is the power cord unplugged from the outlet? • Plug into the outlet. No Cooling. • Set the switch to ON. • Check if the power switch is set to OFF. •...
  • Page 63 12-3 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 64 12-3-1 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 65: Operation Principle And Repair Method Of Icemaker

    13. OPERATION PRINCIPLE AND REPAIR METHOD OF ICEMAKER 13-1 OPERATION PRINCIPLE 13-1-1 Operation Principle of IceMaker Power On Start Position • Adjusts EJECTOR to Start Position with power on. Icemaking • Waits until water becomes ICE after starting the Mode icemaking operation.
  • Page 66 13-2 ICE MAKER FUNCTIONS 13-2-1 Icemaking Mode 1. Icemaking refers to the freezing of supplied water in the ice tray. Complete freezing is assured by measuring the temperature of the Tray with Icemaking SENSOR. 2. Icemaking starts after completion of the water fill operation. 3.
  • Page 67 13-2-5 Function TEST 1. This is a forced operation for TEST, Service, cleaning, etc. It is operated by pressing and holding the Fill Key for 3seconds. 2. The test works only in the Icemaking Mode. It cannot be entered from the Harvest or Fill mode. 3.
  • Page 68: Description Of Function & Circuit Of Micom

    14. DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION & CIRCUIT OF MICOM 14-1 FUNCTION 14-1-1 Function 1. When the appliance is plugged in, it is set to 37°F for Refrigerator and 0°F for freezer. You can adjust the Refrigerator and the Freezer control temperature by pressing the ADJUST button. 2.
  • Page 69 14-1-5 Ultra Ice selection Please select this function for quick freezing. • Function is repeat Ultra Ice Icon whenever pressing Ultra Ice button. • Ultra Ice function automatically turns off after a fixed time passes. 14-1-6 Dispenser use selection You can select water or ice. Select water, crushed ice, or ice cubes by cycling through the selections when pressing the DISPENSER button, Pressing...
  • Page 70 14-1-11 Ultra Ice 1. The purpose of this function is to intensify the cooling speed of freezer and to increase the amount of ice. 2. Whenever selection switch is pressed, selection/release, the LCD will turn ON or OFF. 3. If there is a power outage and the refrigerator is powered on again, Ultra Ice will be canceled. 4.
  • Page 71 14-1-14 Defrosting (removing frost) 1. Defrosting starts each time the COMPRESSOR running time Betwee 7~50 hours. 2. For initial power on or for restoring power, defrosting starts when the compressor running time reaches 4 hours. 3. Defrosting stops if the sensor temperature reaches 46.4°F(8°C) or more. If the sensor doesn’t reach 46.4°F(8°C) in 1hours, the defrost mode is malfunctioning.
  • Page 72 617A 625A 616G 623B 616D 616G 616F 616J 623B 616J 627B 603C 616D 627A 619A 619E 603B - 1 -...
  • Page 73 CASE PARTS CAUTION : Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 607A 603C 603B 207B 626A 402A 624D 103B 271B 624C 103A 207A 207C 624A 402A 503E 406D 501F 120A 610D 282F 409D 271D 610A 500A 503D 145B 411A...
  • Page 74 CASE PARTS - 3 -...
  • Page 75 CASE PARTS - 4 -...
  • Page 76 FREEZER PARTS CAUTION : Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 145C 237D 145G 136B 145J 131A 145K 145F 145M 145J 237C 145H 136A - 5 -...
  • Page 77 REFRIGERATOR PARTS CAUTION : Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 141B 141A 141A 141B 141C 141B 141A 141C 141A 141B 141C 161C 141D 161B 141C 154A 151B 151A 146E 162B 161A 145D 162A - 6 -...
  • Page 78: Door Parts

    DOOR PARTS CAUTION : Use the part number to order part, not the position number. 241A 241C 241B 230B 230A 231B 233B 233C 233D 233A 231A 234D 234C 212G 234A 234B 241D 241D 241G 243C 243C 241H 262C 262C 241F 243A 241J 243A...
  • Page 79 DOOR PARTS - 8 -...
  • Page 80: Dispenser Parts

    DISPENSER PARTS 278A 278C 402C 278B 276A 275A 278F 405A 278D 500B 276B 501A 279F 279B 280A 280C 280B 281A 279A - 9 -...
  • Page 81 ICE MAKER & ICE BANK PARTS 612A 600B 630J 600A 611A 630F 630B 630C 630A 630K 630M 630H 606A 630E 614A 630N 630D 630G 630L - 10 -...

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