Electrolux WRS23MF5AS5 Troubleshooting guide

Next Generation
Side by Side and Top Mount Refrigerators
January 2003 - June 2003
5995392593
July 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safe Servicing Practices ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2
Service Data Sheet, Refrigerant Charge & Energy Efficiency Rating Indexes ------------------- 3 - 7
Troubleshooting Guide --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8 - 12
Appendix A - Service Data Sheets
240379010 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A1 - A2
240389608 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A3 - A4
240389609 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A5 - A6
240389610 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A7 - A8
1
SAFE SERVICING PRACTICES - ALL APPLIANCES
To avoid personal injury and/or property damage, it is important that Safe
Servicing Practices be observed. The following are some limited examples of
safe practices:
1. DO NOT attempt a product repair if you have any doubts as to your ability to
complete it in a safe and satisfactory manner.
2. Before servicing or moving an appliance:
• Remove the power cord from the electrical outlet, trip the circuit breaker to
the OFF position, or remove the fuse.
• Turn off the gas supply.
• Turn off the water supply.
3. Never interfere with the proper operation of any safety device.
4. USE ONLY REPLACEMENT PARTS CATALOGED FOR THIS APPLIANCE.
SUBSTITUTIONS MAY DEFEAT COMPLIANCE WITH SAFETY
STANDARDS SET FOR HOME APPLIANCES.
5. GROUNDING: The standard color coding for safety ground wires is GREEN,
or GREEN with YELLOW STRIPES. Ground leads are not to be used as current
carrying conductors. It is EXTREMELY important that the service technician
reestablish all safety grounds prior to completion of service. Failure to do so
will create a hazard.
6. Prior to returning the product to service, ensure that:
• All electrical connections are correct and secure
• All electrical leads are properly dressed and secured away from sharp
edges, high-temperature components, and moving parts
• All non-insulated electrical terminals, connectors, heaters, etc. are
adequately spaced away from all metal parts and panels
• All safety grounds (both internal and external) are correctly and securely
connected
• All panels are properly and securely reassembled
ATTENTION!!!
This service manual is intended for use by persons having electrical and mechnical
training and a level of knowledge of these subjects generally considered acceptable in the
appliance repair trade. Electrolux Home Products, Inc. cannot be responsible, nor assume
any liability, for injury or damage of any kind arising from the use of this manual.
© 2003 Electrolux Home Products, Inc.
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Model Number
FRS23BH5CQ0
FRS23BH5CW0
FRS23BH6CB0
FRS23BH6CS0
FRS23F4CB0
FRS23F4CQ0
FRS23F4CW0
FRS23F5AW7
FRS23H5ASB6
FRS23H5ASB7
FRS23H7CB0
FRS23H7CQ0
FRS23H7CSB0
FRS23H7CW0
FRS23KF5CB0
FRS23KF5CQ0
FRS23KF5CW0
FRS23KF6CB0
FRS23KF6CQ0
FRS23KF6CW0
FRS23KF7AB7
FRS23KF7AQ7
FRS23KF7AW7
FRS23KR4AB7
FRS23KR4AQ7
FRS23KR4AW7
FRS23R4AB7
FRS23R4AQ7
FRS23R4AW9
FRS23R4CB0
FRS23R4CQ0
FRS23R4CW0
FRS23W3AQ7
FRS23W3AW7
FRS26BH5CQ0
FRS26BH5CW0
FRS26BH6CB0
FRS26BH6CS0
FRS26BH6CS1
FRS26BH6CW0
FRS26F4CB0
FRS26F4CQ0
FRS26F4CW0
FRS26F5AQ6
FRS26F5AW6
FRS26H5ASB5
FRS26H7CB0
FRS26H7CQ0
FRS26H7CSB0
FRS26H7CW0
FRS26HBBSB3
FRS26HF5AB5
FRS26HF5AQ5
FRS26HF5AW5
Service Data Sheet
Charge
Energy Efficiency Rating
Brand
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389608
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389608
240389608
240389608
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389608
240389608
240389608
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389608
240389609
240389609
240389609
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
617
617
617
617
686
686
686
686
617
617
617
617
617
617
686
686
686
617
617
617
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
686
654
654
654
654
654
654
727
727
727
727
727
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
3
Model Number
FRS26HF6BQ2
FRS26HF6BW2
FRS26HF7BB2
FRS26HF7BQ2
FRS26HF7BW2
FRS26KF5CB0
FRS26KF5CQ0
FRS26KF5CW0
FRS26KF6CB0
FRS26KF6CQ0
FRS26KF6CW0
FRS26KF7AB6
FRS26KF7AQ6
FRS26KF7AW6
FRS26KR4AB6
FRS26KR4AQ6
FRS26KR4AW6
FRS26KR4CB0
FRS26KR4CQ0
FRS26KR4CW0
FRS26KW3AB6
FRS26KW3AQ6
FRS26KW3AW6
FRS26R2AQ5
FRS26R2AW5
FRS26R4AB7
FRS26R4AQ7
FRS26R4AW7
FRS26R4CB0
FRS26R4CQ0
FRS26R4CW0
FRS26RBCW0
FRS26W2AW6
FRS26W2BSB3
FRT15B1BW0
FRT15B3AT3
FRT15G5CSB0
FRT15G5CSK0
FRT15HB3AQ3
FRT15HB3AW4
FRT15HB3AZ4
FRT15IB3AW3
FRT15IB3AZ3
FRT17A2AZ2
FRT17B1BW0
FRT17G5CSB0
FRT17G5CSK0
FRT17HB3CW0
FRT185BSB0
FRT18B1BW0
FRT18B6CB1
FRT18FS5AW8
FRT18FS6CQ0
FRT18FS6CW0
Service Data Sheet
Charge
Energy Efficiency Rating
Brand
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389608
240389608
240389608
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389608
240389608
240389608
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389608
240389610
240389610
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
4.5
4.5
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.5
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
654
654
654
654
654
727
727
727
654
654
654
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
443
443
443
443
398
398
398
443
443
460
460
460
460
414
479
479
479
479
479
479
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
4
Model Number
FRT18G4AZA
FRT18G7CW0
FRT18H6CB1
FRT18H6CQ1
FRT18H6CSB0
FRT18H6CSK0
FRT18H6CW1
FRT18H7CW0
FRT18HS6AB1
FRT18HS6AQ8
FRT18HS6AW8
FRT18IB4AQ6
FRT18IG4AT6
FRT18IG4AZ6
FRT18IS6CW0
FRT18KB2CW0
FRT18KG3CW0
FRT18KS5AW8
FRT18KS6CQ0
FRT18KS6CW0
FRT18LR7AQ8
FRT18LR7AW8
FRT18P6CQ0
FRT18P6CW0
FRT18R7CW0
FRT21BH8CB0
FRT21BH8CS0
FRT21BH8CW0
FRT21FG3CQ0
FRT21FG3CW0
FRT21FG4CQ0
FRT21FG4CW0
FRT21FS6CQ0
FRT21FS6CW0
FRT21G3CQ0
FRT21G3CW0
FRT21H7ASB3
FRT21H7ASK2
FRT21H8CB0
FRT21H8CQ0
FRT21H8CSB0
FRT21H8CSK0
FRT21H8CW0
FRT21H8CZ0
FRT21HBBSB1
FRT21HR6AB4
FRT21HR6AQ4
FRT21HR6AW4
FRT21HS6AW3
FRT21HS6AW4
FRT21KG3CQ0
FRT21KG3CW0
FRT21KG4CQ0
FRT21KG4CW0
Service Data Sheet CHARGE Energy Efficiency Rating
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
4.5
4.5
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.5
4.5
4.5
4.25
4.5
4.5
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
479
479
431
431
431
431
431
431
431
431
431
479
479
479
479
479
479
479
479
479
431
431
479
479
479
458
458
458
509
509
509
509
509
509
509
509
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
458
509
509
509
509
5
Brand
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Model Number
FRT21KS6CQ0
FRT21KS6CW0
FRT21LR7AB7
FRT21LR7AW7
FRT21P6CQ0
FRT21P6CSB0
FRT21P6CSK0
FRT21P6CW0
GLHS237ZAB6
GLHS237ZAW6
GLHS237ZCW0
GLHS239ZCB0
GLHS239ZCW0
GLHS267ZAB5
GLHS267ZAQ5
GLHS267ZAW5
GLHS269ZCB0
GLHS269ZCQ0
GLHS269ZCW0
GLHS280ZAB6
GLHS280ZAQ6
GLHS280ZAW6
GLHT184RAQ8
GLHT186TAW6
GLHT186TAW8
GLHT214RAW4
GLHT216TAW3
GLHT216TAW4
GLRS237ZAB7
GLRS237ZAQ7
GLRS237ZAW7
GLRS237ZCB0
GLRS237ZCQ0
GLRS237ZCW0
GLRS264ZAB6
GLRS264ZAQ6
GLRS264ZAW6
GLRS267ZAB6
GLRS267ZAQ6
GLRS267ZAW6
GLRS267ZCB0
GLRS267ZCQ0
GLRS267ZCW0
GLRT184TCB1
GLRT184TCQ0
GLRT184TCW0
GLRT214TCB0
GLRT214TCQ0
GLRT214TCW0
GRS23F5AQ6
GRS23F5AW6
GRS26F5AW6
GRT15C2AW3
GRT21G3CQ0
Service Data Sheet CHARGE Energy Efficiency Rating
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389609
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
5
5
5
5
5
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
5
5
5
5
5
5
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
5
5
5.25
4.25
4.25
509
509
458
458
509
509
509
509
617
617
617
617
617
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
431
431
431
458
458
458
686
686
686
686
686
686
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
727
479
479
479
509
509
509
686
686
727
443
509
6
Brand
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Model Number
GRT21G3CW0
GRT21R6AQ5
GRT21S6CQ0
GRT21S6CW0
GS18HTZBQ6
GS18HTZBW6
GS18HTZCQ0
GS18HTZCSB0
GS18HTZCSK0
GS18HTZCW0
GS21HTZBB1
GS21HTZBC1
GS21HTZBK2
GS21HTZBQ1
GS21HTZBW1
GS21HTZCW0
GS23HSZBB2
GS23HSZBC3
GS23HSZBQ2
GS23HSZBW2
GS23HSZCB0
GS23HSZCC0
GS23HSZCC1
GS23HSZCQ0
GS23HSZCW0
GS26HSZBB2
GS26HSZBC3
GS26HSZBQ2
GS26HSZBW2
GS26HSZCB0
GS26HSZCC0
GS26HSZCQ0
GS26HSZCW0
PLHS237ZAB6
PLHS237ZCB0
PLHS238ZCB1
PLHS239ZCB0
PLHS267ZAB6
PLHS267ZCB0
PLHS268ZCB1
PLHS269ZCB0
PLHT189CSB0
PLHT189CSK0
PLHT217TAB4
PLHT217TAK4
PLHT219TCB1
PLHT219TCK1
PLRS267ZAB8
WRS23MF5AS5
WRS23MW3AW5
WRS23W0AW6
WRS26MF5AS6
WRS26MF5AW5
Service Data Sheet CHARGE Energy Efficiency Rating
240389610
240389609
240389610
240389610
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240389609
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389608
240389610
240389609
240389610
240389609
240389610
240389608
240389610
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240379010
240389609
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
240389610
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
5
5
5
5
5.25
5.25
5.25
5.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
5.25
5
5
5
5.25
5.25
509
509
509
509
431
431
431
431
431
431
458
458
458
458
458
458
617
617
617
617
617
617
617
617
617
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
654
617
617
617
617
654
654
654
654
431
431
458
458
458
458
727
686
686
686
727
727
7
Brand
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Gibson
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
Frigidaire
White Westinghouse
White Westinghouse
White Westinghouse
White Westinghouse
White Westinghouse
TROUBLESHOOTING
GUIDE
PROBLEM
Compressor will not run.
Compressor runs but does not cool.
CAUSE
No voltage at wall receptacle.
Check circuit breaker, fuse or GFCI
(Ground Fault Circuit Interruptor - It
is not recommended to connect
your refrigerator to a GFCI.)
Service cord defective or unplugged
at wall receptacle.
Check service cord.
Low voltage causing compressor to
cycle on overload.
Voltage fluctuation should not
exceed ± 10% of 115 vac (104-127)
Control thermostat knob in OFF
position.
Turn control thermostat knob to ON
position.
Inoperative control thermostat.
Replace control thermostat
Compressor stuck.
Replace compressor.
Compressor windings open.
Replace compressor.
Defrost timer stuck in defrost mode.
Replace defrost timer. (if equipped)
ADC (Adaptive Defrost Control) not
turning on compressor after defrost.
Replace ADC.
Compressor overload stuck open.
Replace compressor overload. (if
equipped – compressor starter relay
& overload may be plugged into
each other)
Relay lead loose.
Repair or replace lead.
Relay loose or inoperative.
Repair or replace relay. (if equipped)
Service cord pulled out of harness.
Repair connection.
Faulty cabinet wiring.
Repair wiring.
System out of refrigerant.
Check for leaks. *
Compressor not pumping.
Replace compressor. *
Restricted filter drier.
Replace filter drier. *
Restricted capillary tube.
Replace heat exchanger
evaporator assembly.
Moisture in system.
See NOTE. *
* NOTE:
•
•
•
•
•
SOLUTION
Repair or replace component that is leaking.
Replace the compressor if the system is contaminated.
Blow out remaining part of system with dry Nitrogen.
Pump down and recharge per listing on product serial label.
Always replace filter drier when repairing sealed system.
8
and
PROBLEM
Compressor short cycles.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Erratic control thermostat.
Replace control thermostat.
Faulty relay.
Replace relay or starter.
Restricted air flow over condenser.
Ensure air flow is unobstructed over
condenser.
Low voltage … fluctuation exceeds ± Call qualified electrician.
10% of 115 vac (104-127).
Compressor runs too much.
Noisy.
*
Compressor draws excessive watts.
Replace compressor.
Inoperative condenser fan motor.
Replace condenser fan motor.
Control thermostat is erratic or not
properly set.
Replace control thermostat or reset to
normal position.
Refrigerator exposed to high heat.
(110° or higher)
Move refrigerator to cooler location.
High room temperature.
(110° F or higher)
Advise customer not to install
refrigerator where temperature will rise
above 110°F because compressor will
not maintain proper temperatures.
Low pumping capacity compressor.
Replace compressor.
Door gaskets not sealing.
Adjust doors or replace door gaskets.
System undercharged.
Check for leaks. *
System overcharged.
Charge per listing on product serial
plate. *
Interior light stays on.
Check
door
adjustment.
Contaminants in system.
Flush out system. Replace filter drier,
evacuate, and recharge. *
Capillary tube kinked or partially
restricted.
Replace
heat
exchanger
evaporator assembly. *
Filter drier partially restricted.
Replace filter drier. *
Refrigerator
and/or
freezer
compartment overloaded … poor air
circulation
Advise customer.
Restricted air flow over condenser.
Ensure air flow is unobstructed over
condenser.
Condenser fan motor is inoperative.
(Forced air condenser models only)
Replace condenser fan motor.
Tubing vibrates.
Adjust tubing.
Internal compressor noise.
Replace compressor.
Loose parts.
Check shelving.
Compressor operating at high head
pressure due to restricted air flow
over condenser.
Ensure air flow is unobstructed over
condenser.
See NOTE at bottom of page 8
9
switch
and
door
and
PROBLEM
Freezer compartment too warm.
Fig. A
Freezer compartment too cold.
*
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Inoperative evaporator fan motor.
Check wiring and evaporator fan motor.
(Check ADC on Side-by-Sides.)
Improperly positioned fan blade.
Position fan blade properly. See Figure
A.
Evaporated frosted up.
Check
defrost
system,
adjustments, and door gaskets.
Inoperative condenser fan motor.
(Forced air condenser models
only)
Replace condenser fan motor.
Restricted air flow over condenser
– On static condensers, be sure
you have 1” between condenser
and wall, and 3” over top, or 1
side of condenser is clear.
Clean
only.)
Freezer compartment overloaded
– poor air circulation.
Advise customer.
Low room temperature. (60° or
lower, 55° for models with Service
Data Sheet numbers 24038960010 and 240379001-10.)
Advise
customer
not
to
install
refrigerator where temperature will drop
below 60°F. Compressor will not
maintain proper temperatures.
Freezer
or
refrigerator
compartment doors left open.
Advise customer.
Control
thermostat
calibration.
Replace control thermostat.
out
of
condenser.
(Dynamic
door
models
Door gaskets not sealing.
Adjust doors or replace door gaskets.
Control thermostat capillary tube
improperly positioned.
Reposition
element.
Shortage of refrigerant.
Check for leaks. *
Restricted filter drier or capillary
tube.
Check for leaks and burnt compressor
windings. *
Evaporator fan motor covered in
ice.
Check seal around ice maker fill spout.
Check seal between evaporator cover
and liner. (Side-by-sides only)
Inoperative cold control. (Top
mount-No Frost or Side-by-Side
freezer cold control)
Replace cold control.
Freezer compartment inlet air
duct is loose or restricted. Door is
loose.
Re-install air duct or remove obstruction
from inlet air duct. Adjust door.
Food compartment air return duct
blocked (Top Mount only)
If foam block is frozen, replace block. If
duct is blocked, remove obstruction.
Diffuser (foam block) in top of
food compartment is broken.
(Foam block located in control
housing for models with Service
Data Sheets 240389600-10 and
240379001-10.)
Replace diffuser. (Top Mount only)
Freezer compartment cold control
installed
incorrectly.
(Side-by-Sides
only)
See NOTE at bottom of page 8
10
temperature
sensing
PROBLEM
Refrigerator
warm.
compartment
too
Refrigerator compartment too cold.
*
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Inoperative evaporator fan motor.
Check wiring and evaporator fan motor.
(Check ADC on Side-by-Sides.)
Improperly positioned fan blade.
Position fan blade properly. See page
10, Figure A.
Evaporated frosted up.
Check
defrost
system,
adjustments, and door gaskets.
Refrigerator
compartment
overloaded – poor air circulation.
Advise customer.
Low room temperature. (60° or
lower, 55° for models with Service
Data Sheet numbers 24038960010 and 240379001-10.)
Advise
customer
not
to
install
refrigerator where temperature will drop
below 60°F. Compressor will not
maintain proper temperatures.
Freezer
or
refrigerator
compartment doors left open.
Advise customer.
Damper control out of calibration
or not opening.
Replace damper control.
Shortage of refrigerant.
Check for leaks. *
Restricted filter drier or capillary
tube.
Check for leaks and burnt compressor
windings. *
Refrigerator compartment inlet air
duct loose or restricted. Door is
loose.
Re-install air duct or remove obstruction
from air duct. Adjust door.
Freezer compartment return air
duct restricted.
Remove obstruction from return air duct.
Control thermostat knob set at too
warm a position.
Set control knob to a colder position.
Inoperative
or
erratic
refrigerator/freezer compartment
door switch.
Replace door switch.
Freezer compartment inlet air
duct is loose or restricted. Door is
loose.
Re-install air duct or remove obstruction
from inlet air duct. Adjust door.
Food compartment air return duct
blocked (Top Mount only)
If foam block is frozen, replace block. If
duct is blocked, remove obstruction.
Inoperative cold control.
Replace cold control.
Refrigerator compartment inlet air
duct loose or restricted. Door is
loose.
Re-install air duct or remove obstruction
from air duct. Adjust door.
Diffuser (foam block) in top of
food compartment is broken.
(Foam blocked located in control
housing for models with Service
Data Sheet numbers 24038960010 and 240379001-10.)
Replace diffuser. (Top Mounts only)
See NOTE at bottom of page 8.
11
door
PROBLEM
Refrigerator compartment too cold.
(Continued)
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Inoperative cold control.
Replace cold control.
Refrigerator compartment inlet air
duct loose or restricted. Door is
loose.
Re-install air duct or remove obstruction
from air duct. Adjust door.
Diffuser (foam block) in top of
food compartment is broken.
(Foam blocked located in control
housing for models with Service
Data Sheet numbers 24038960010 and 240379001-10.)
Replace diffuser. (Top Mounts only)
Door in damper control not
closing or not closing all the way.
Replace damper control.
Check freezer control bulb for correct
positioning to ensure it is installed
correctly.
Evaporator blocked with ice. (See
Adaptive defrost Control below for
models with Service Data Sheet
numbers
240389600-8
and
240379001010.)
Frozen drain.
Adaptive Defrost Control (ADC) not
responding correctly.
Cold air blowing into food
compartment with damper door
closed all the way.
Check foam seal between damper
housing and cabinet liner. Check to see
that the control box is mounted flush
against the cabinet liner.
Inoperative defrost timer.
Check wiring. Repair or replace defrost
timer.
Defrost thermostat terminates too
early. Thermostat is open.
Check for correct positioning of defrost
thermostat. Repair or replace.
Refrigerator/Freezer compartment
doors left open.
Advise customer.
Open defrost heater.
Replace heater.
Air leak around ice maker fill tube,
or opening.
Seal with permagum.
Ice maker water line and wiring
harness openings not sealed.
Seal water line and wiring harness
openings.
Drain trough not properly formed.
Ensure drain trough is at 90° angle to
back of freezer and that lip is up on front
and ends.
Divider (foam block) frozen.
Replace divider. Check drain trough.
Faulty ADC board.
Replace ADC board.
Bad wire between ADC, defrost
heater, and limiter.
Check wiring and wiring connectors.
12
PERFORMANCE DATA
NO LOAD AND NO DOOR OPENINGS AT MID-POINT CONTROL SETTING
Type A With Run Capacitor
SERVICE DATA SHEET
65°F (18°C) Ambient
90°F (32°C) Ambient
25 to 35%
45 to 55%
2° to 8°F
-17° to -13°C
0° to 5°F
-18° to -15°C
Refrigerature Temperature
35° to 40°F
2° to 4°C
35° to 40°F
2° to 4°C
Low Side Pressure (cut-in)
8 to 16 psig
55 to 110 kPa
8 to 16 psig
55 to 110 kPa
Low Side Pressure (cut-out)
1 to 4 psig
7 to 28 kPa
1 to 4 psig
7 to 28 kPa
110 to 120 psig
758 to 827 kPa
150 to 175 psig
1034 to 1207 kPa
Wattage (Last 1/3 of cycle)
140 to 185
140 to 185
Amps (Running)
1.1 to 1.6
1.1 to 1.6
115 VAC (127 VAC Max)
115 VAC (127 VAC Max)
Operating Time
Freezer Temperature
High Side Pressure (Last 1/3 of cycle)
Base Voltage
DEFROST SPECIFICATIONS
Thermostat
Heater
Cabinet Size
Cut-out
Watts
Ohms
18' & 21'
25°F
-4°C
47°F
8°C
375
35
14', 15' & 17'
25°F
-4°C
47°F
8°C
325
41
Mechanical Timer - Defrost 30 Minutes Every 10 Hours of Compressor Run Time
Electronic Timer (ADC) Defrost Up To 24 Minutes Every 6 - 72 Hours of Compressor Run Time
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
Watts
RPM
Amps
2.3
1100 CW Opposite Shaft
.15 Running
Test Cycling
P/N: 240379010
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information provided herein is designed to assist qualified
repair personnel only. Untrained persons should not attempt to
make repairs due to the possibility of electrical shock. Disconnect
power cord before servicing.
IMPORTANT
If any green grounding wires are moved during servicing, they
must be returned to their original position and properly secured.
Remove cover by inserting screwdriver in notch at bottom
and prying cover from housing. Use screwdriver to rotate motor
gear counterclockwise until holding switch circuit is completed.
All components of ice maker should function to complete the
cycle.
Water Fill Volume
The water fill adjustment screw will change the fill time. One
full turn is equal to 20cc (.68 oz.). The correct fill is 102 to
130cc (3.4 to 4.3 oz.). When a water valve is replaced, the fill
volume must be checked.
CAUTION: All electrical parts and wiring must be shielded
from torch flame. Do not allow torch to contact insulation;
it will char at 200°F and flash ignite (burn) at 500°F. Excessive
heat will distort the plastic liner.
A-1
Cut-in
STANDARD - AUTOMATIC
DEFROST TOP FREEZER
MODELS
(R134a)
ICE MAKER INFORMATION
NOTE: This product comes equipped with an Electronic Defrost
Control. To initiate defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5
times in 6 seconds (light bulb must be working). To terminate
defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5 times in 6 seconds.
ICE MAKER SPECIFICATIONS
ICE MAKER
Heater Wattage
P-3
165
THERMAL
CUT-OUT
Yellow
Ground
Water Valve
3
Black
Line
4
Lt. Blue
Neutral
RED
HOLD
SWITCH
ICE MAKER
Connects to:
C
YEL
NO
RED
NC
THERMOSTAT
NO
BLU
BLK
C
GRN / YEL
2
Green/Yellow
MOTOR
MOLD HEATER
165 WATTS
P-4
NC
NO
SHUT-OFF
SWITCH
NC
LT. BLU
GRN / YEL
C
P-1
MOLD
MOUNTING
PLATE
WATER FILL
SWITCH
P-2
WATER VALVE
1
Wire Color
BLK
ICE MAKER CONNECTOR PLUG CONNECTIONS
Wire Number
ICE MAKER
BRN
BLK
YEL
Closes at 15°F (-9°C)
NEUTRAL
POWER
YEL
Opens at 48°F (9°C)
LINE
RED
60 Her tz
BLK
Thermostat
115 VAC (127 VAC Max)
ICE MAKER
Electrical
Pictorial Schematic
Ladder Schematic
A-2
Compressor Wiring
SERVICE PARTS
Compressor Kit *
Starter/PTC *
Run Capacitor *
Temperature Control
Timer (if applicable)
ADC (if applicable)
Defrost Heater Kit
Defrost Thermostat Kit
Evaporator Fan Motor
Condenser Fan Motor
15 & 17 CUBIC FOOT
STATIC
DYNAMIC
E-STAR
5303918264 5303918264 5303918280
218721120 218721120 218721119
218909901 218909901 218909901
5304421256 5304421256 5304421256
215846606 215846606
N/A
N/A
N/A
240545401
5303918203 5303918203 5303918203
5303918202 5303918202 5303918202
240369701 240369701 240369701
N/A
240397101 240397101
18 CUBIC FOOT
STATIC
DYNAMIC
E-STAR
5303918264 5303918264 5303918280
218721120 218721120 218721119
218909901 218909901 218909901
5304421256 5304421256 5304421256
215846606 215846606
N/A
N/A
N/A
240545401
5303918208 5303918208 5303918208
5303918202 5303918202 5303918202
240369701 240369701 240369701
N/A
240397101 240397101
* Typical compressor kit includes compressor, electrical components, and filter-drier
21 CUBIC FOOT
DYNAMIC
E-STAR
5303918264 5303918251
218721120 218721119
218909901 216787800
5304421256 5304421256
215846606
N/A
N/A
240545401
5303918247 5303918247
5303918202 5303918202
240369701 240369701
240334001 240334001
PERFORMANCE DATA
NO LOAD AND NO DOOR OPENINGS AT MID-POINT CONTROL SETTING
Type A With Run/Star t Capacitor
65°F (18°C) Ambient
90°F (32°C) Ambient
32 to 40%
55 to 65%
0° to 4°F
-18° to -16°C
-1° to 3°F
-18° to -16°C
Refrigerator Temperature
34° to 39°F
1° to 4°C
34° to 39°F
1° to 4°C
Low Side Pressure (cut-in)
5 to 12 psig
34 to 83 kPa
5 to 12 psig
34 to 83 kPa
Low Side Pressure (cut-out)
-2 to 2 psig
-14 to 14 kPa
-2 to 2 psig
-14 to 14 kPa
90 to 115 psig
621 to 793 kPa
130 to 155 psig
896 to 1069 kPa
Wattage (Last 1/3 of cycle)
120 to 150
130 to 160
Amps (Running)
1.2 to 1.5
1.2 to 1.5
115 vac (127 vac max)
115 vac (127 vac max)
Operating Time
Freezer Temperature
High Side Pressure (Last 1/3 of cycle)
Base Voltage
DEFROST SPECIFICATIONS
Thermostat
Heater
Cabinet Size
Cut-out
Watts
Ohms
25°F
-4°C
47°F
8°C
450
30
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information provided herein is designed to assist qualified
repair personnel only. Untrained persons should not attempt to
make repairs due to the possibility of electrical shock. Disconnect
power cord before servicing.
IMPORTANT
If any green grounding wires are moved during servicing, they
must be returned to their original position and properly secured.
ICE MAKER INFORMATION
Test Cycling
Remove cover by inserting screwdriver in notch at bottom
and prying cover from housing. Use screwdriver to rotate motor
gear counterclockwise until holding switch circuit is completed.
All components of ice maker should function to complete the
cycle.
Water Fill Volume
The water fill adjustment screw will change the fill time. One
full turn is equal to 20cc (.68 oz.). The correct fill is 102 to
130cc (3.4 to 4.3 oz.). When a water valve is replaced, the fill
volume must be checked.
CAUTION: All electrical parts and wiring must be shielded
from torch flame. Do not allow torch to contact insulation;
it will char at 200°F and flash ignite (burn) at 500°F. Excessive
heat will distort the plastic liner.
A-3
23' & 26'
Cut-in
SERVICE DATA SHEET - 240389608
R134a
ICE & WATER - AUTOMATIC DEFROST
SIDE BY SIDE MODELS
Electronic Timer - (ADC) Defrost 24 minutes every 6 to 72 hours of compressor run time.
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
Watts
RPM
Amps
7
1100 CW Opposite Shaft
.1 Running
NOTE: This product comes equipped with an Electronic Defrost
Control. To initiate defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5
times in 6 seconds (light bulb must be working). To terminate
defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5 times in 6 seconds.
ICE MAKER SPECIFICATIONS
Opens at 48°F (9°C)
Closes at 15°F (-9°C)
LINE
165
ICE MAKER
P-3
Connects to:
Green/Yellow
Ground
2
Yellow
Water Valve
RED
HOLD
SWITCH
C
YEL
NO
RED
NC
THERMOSTAT
NO
BLU
BLK
Black
Line
GRN / YEL
165 WATTS
C
P-1
MOLD
4
Lt. Blue
Neutral
NC
NO
SHUT-OFF
SWITCH
NC
LT. BLU
GRN / YEL
MOUNTING
PLATE
WATER FILL
SWITCH
ICE MAKER
3
C
MOLD HEATER
P-4
P-2
WATER VALVE
1
MOTOR
ICE MAKER
Wire Color
THERMAL
CUT-OUT
BLK
ICE MAKER CONNECTOR PLUG CONNECTIONS
ICE MAKER
BRN
BLK
Wire Number
NEUTRAL
POWER
BLK
Heater Wattage
YEL
60 Her tz
YEL
Thermostat
115 vac (127 vac max)
RED
Electrical
Pictorial Schematic
Ladder Schematic
A-4
Electro-Mechanical Dispenser
Electronic Dispenser
Compressor Wiring
SERVICE PARTS
Compressor Kit *
Starter/PTC *
Run Capacitor *
Temp. Control-Refr
Temp. Control-Frzr
Timer (if applicable)
ADC (if applicable)
Defrost Heater Kit
Defrost Thermostat Kit
Evaporator Fan Motor
Condenser Fan Motor
23 CUBIC FOOT
STANDARD E-STAR
5303918251 5303918251
218721119 218721119
218787800 218787800
240383703 240383703
5304429602 5304429602
N/A
N/A
240554502 240554502
5303918253 5303918253
5303918214 5303918214
240315803 240315802
240397101 240334001
26 CUBIC FOOT
STANDARD E-STAR
5303918254 5303918254
218721119 218721119
218909901 218909901
240383703 240383703
450226-14 450226-14
N/A
N/A
240554502 240554502
5303918253 5303918253
5303918214 5303918214
240315803 240315802
240397101 240334002
* Typical compressor kit includes compressor, electrical components, and filter-drier
PERFORMANCE DATA
NO LOAD AND NO DOOR OPENINGS AT MID-POINT CONTROL SETTING
Type A With Run/Star t Capacitor
65°F (18°C) Ambient
90°F (32°C) Ambient
32 to 40%
55 to 65%
0° to 4°F
-18° to -16°C
-1° to 3°F
-18° to -16°C
Refrigerator Temperature
34° to 39°F
1° to 4°C
34° to 39°F
1° to 4°C
Low Side Pressure (cut-in)
5 to 12 psig
34 to 83 kPa
5 to 12 psig
34 to 83 kPa
Low Side Pressure (cut-out)
-2 to 2 psig
-14 to 14 kPa
-2 to 2 psig
-14 to 14 kPa
90 to 115 psig
621 to 793 kPa
130 to 155 psig
896 to 1069 kPa
Wattage (Last 1/3 of cycle)
120 to 150
130 to 160
Amps (Running)
1.2 to 1.5
1.2 to 1.5
115 vac (127 vac max)
115 vac (127 vac max)
Operating Time
Freezer Temperature
High Side Pressure (Last 1/3 of cycle)
Base Voltage
DEFROST SPECIFICATIONS
Thermostat
Heater
Cabinet Size
Cut-out
Watts
Ohms
25°F
-4°C
47°F
8°C
450
30
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information provided herein is designed to assist qualified
repair personnel only. Untrained persons should not attempt to
make repairs due to the possibility of electrical shock. Disconnect
power cord before servicing.
IMPORTANT
If any green grounding wires are moved during servicing, they
must be returned to their original position and properly secured.
ICE MAKER INFORMATION
Test Cycling
Remove cover by inserting screwdriver in notch at bottom
and prying cover from housing. Use screwdriver to rotate motor
gear counterclockwise until holding switch circuit is completed.
All components of ice maker should function to complete the
cycle.
Water Fill Volume
The water fill adjustment screw will change the fill time. One
full turn is equal to 20cc (.68 oz.). The correct fill is 102 to
130cc (3.4 to 4.3 oz.). When a water valve is replaced, the fill
volume must be checked.
CAUTION: All electrical parts and wiring must be shielded
from torch flame. Do not allow torch to contact insulation;
it will char at 200°F and flash ignite (burn) at 500°F. Excessive
heat will distort the plastic liner.
A-5
23' & 26'
Cut-in
SERVICE DATA SHEET - 240389609
R134a
ICE & WATER - AUTOMATIC DEFROST
SIDE BY SIDE MODELS
Electronic Timer - (ADC) Defrost 24 minutes every 6 to 72 hours of compressor run time.
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
Watts
RPM
Amps
7
1100 CW Opposite Shaft
.1 Running
NOTE: This product comes equipped with an Electronic Defrost
Control. To initiate defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5
times in 6 seconds (light bulb must be working). To terminate
defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5 times in 6 seconds.
ICE MAKER SPECIFICATIONS
Opens at 48°F (9°C)
Closes at 15°F (-9°C)
LINE
165
ICE MAKER
P-3
Connects to:
Green/Yellow
Ground
2
Yellow
Water Valve
RED
HOLD
SWITCH
C
YEL
NO
RED
NC
THERMOSTAT
NO
BLU
BLK
Black
Line
GRN / YEL
165 WATTS
C
P-1
MOLD
4
Lt. Blue
Neutral
NC
NO
SHUT-OFF
SWITCH
NC
LT. BLU
GRN / YEL
MOUNTING
PLATE
WATER FILL
SWITCH
ICE MAKER
3
C
MOLD HEATER
P-4
P-2
WATER VALVE
1
MOTOR
ICE MAKER
Wire Color
THERMAL
CUT-OUT
BLK
ICE MAKER CONNECTOR PLUG CONNECTIONS
ICE MAKER
BRN
BLK
Wire Number
NEUTRAL
POWER
BLK
Heater Wattage
YEL
60 Her tz
YEL
Thermostat
115 vac (127 vac max)
RED
Electrical
A-6
SERVICE PARTS
Compressor Kit *
Starter/PTC *
Run Capacitor *
Temp. Control-Refr
Temp. Control-Frzr
Timer (if applicable)
ADC (if applicable)
Defrost Heater Kit
Defrost Thermostat Kit
Evaporator Fan Motor
Condenser Fan Motor
23 CUBIC FOOT
STANDARD E-STAR
5303918251 5303918251
218721119 218721119
218787800 218787800
240448303 240448303
5304429602 5304429602
N/A
N/A
240554502 240554502
5303918253 5303918253
5303918214 5303918214
240315803 240315802
240397101 240334001
26 CUBIC FOOT
STANDARD E-STAR
5303918254 5303918254
218721119 218721119
218909901 218909901
240448303 240448303
450226-14 450226-14
N/A
N/A
240554502 240554502
5303918253 5303918253
5303918214 5303918214
240315803 240315802
240397101 240334002
* Typical compressor kit includes compressor, electrical components, and filter-drier
PERFORMANCE DATA
NO LOAD AND NO DOOR OPENINGS AT MID-POINT CONTROL SETTING
Type A With Run/Star t Capacitor
65°F (18°C) Ambient
90°F (32°C) Ambient
32 to 40%
55 to 65%
0° to 4°F
-18° to -16°C
-1° to 3°F
-18° to -16°C
Refrigerator Temperature
34° to 39°F
1° to 4°C
34° to 39°F
1° to 4°C
Low Side Pressure (cut-in)
5 to 12 psig
34 to 83 kPa
5 to 12 psig
34 to 83 kPa
Low Side Pressure (cut-out)
-2 to 2 psig
-14 to 14 kPa
-2 to 2 psig
-14 to 14 kPa
90 to 115 psig
621 to 793 kPa
130 to 155 psig
896 to 1069 kPa
Wattage (Last 1/3 of cycle)
120 to 150
130 to 160
Amps (Running)
1.2 to 1.5
1.2 to 1.5
115 vac (127 vac max)
115 vac (127 vac max)
Operating Time
Freezer Temperature
High Side Pressure (Last 1/3 of cycle)
Base Voltage
DEFROST SPECIFICATIONS
Thermostat
Heater
Cabinet Size
Cut-out
Watts
Ohms
25°F
-4°C
47°F
8°C
450
30
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE
The information provided herein is designed to assist qualified
repair personnel only. Untrained persons should not attempt to
make repairs due to the possibility of electrical shock. Disconnect
power cord before servicing.
IMPORTANT
If any green grounding wires are moved during servicing, they
must be returned to their original position and properly secured.
ICE MAKER INFORMATION
Test Cycling
Remove cover by inserting screwdriver in notch at bottom
and prying cover from housing. Use screwdriver to rotate motor
gear counterclockwise until holding switch circuit is completed.
All components of ice maker should function to complete the
cycle.
Water Fill Volume
The water fill adjustment screw will change the fill time. One
full turn is equal to 20cc (.68 oz.). The correct fill is 102 to
130cc (3.4 to 4.3 oz.). When a water valve is replaced, the fill
volume must be checked.
CAUTION: All electrical parts and wiring must be shielded
from torch flame. Do not allow torch to contact insulation;
it will char at 200°F and flash ignite (burn) at 500°F. Excessive
heat will distort the plastic liner.
A-7
23' & 26'
Cut-in
SERVICE DATA SHEET - 240389610
R134a
ICE & WATER - AUTOMATIC DEFROST
SIDE BY SIDE MODELS
Electronic Timer - (ADC) Defrost 24 minutes every 6 to 72 hours of compressor run time.
Amps
7
1100 CW Opposite Shaft
.1 Running
ICE MAKER SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical
Thermostat
115 vac (127 vac max)
60 Her tz
Opens at 48°F (9°C)
Closes at 15°F (-9°C)
LINE
165
ICE MAKER
P-3
Connects to:
Green/Yellow
Ground
2
Yellow
Water Valve
RED
HOLD
SWITCH
C
YEL
NO
RED
NC
THERMOSTAT
NO
BLU
BLK
Black
Line
GRN / YEL
165 WATTS
C
P-1
MOLD
4
Lt. Blue
Neutral
NC
NO
SHUT-OFF
SWITCH
NC
LT. BLU
GRN / YEL
MOUNTING
PLATE
WATER FILL
SWITCH
ICE MAKER
3
C
MOLD HEATER
P-4
P-2
WATER VALVE
1
MOTOR
ICE MAKER
Wire Color
THERMAL
CUT-OUT
BLK
ICE MAKER CONNECTOR PLUG CONNECTIONS
ICE MAKER
BRN
BLK
Wire Number
NEUTRAL
POWER
BLK
Heater Wattage
NOTE: This product comes equipped with an Electronic Defrost
Control. To initiate defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5
times in 6 seconds (light bulb must be working). To terminate
defrost, depress the fresh food light switch 5 times in 6 seconds.
YEL
RPM
YEL
Watts
RED
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
240593801
A-8
SERVICE PARTS
Compressor Kit *
Starter/PTC *
Run Capacitor *
Temp. Control-Refr
Temp. Control-Frzr
Timer (if applicable)
ADC (if applicable)
Defrost Heater Kit
Defrost Thermostat Kit
Evaporator Fan Motor
Condenser Fan Motor
23 CUBIC FOOT
STANDARD E-STAR
5303918251 5303918251
218721119 218721119
218787800 218787800
240448303 240448303
5304429602 5304429602
N/A
N/A
240554502 240554502
5303918253 5303918253
5303918214 5303918214
240315803 240315802
240397101 240334001
26 CUBIC FOOT
STANDARD E-STAR
5303918254 5303918254
218721119 218721119
218909901 218909901
240448303 240448303
450226-14 450226-14
N/A
N/A
240554502 240554502
5303918253 5303918253
5303918214 5303918214
240315803 240315802
240397101 240334002
* Typical compressor kit includes compressor, electrical components, and filter-drier