Samsung SR-S27DTA Product specifications

Model : SR-S25/26NTA
SR-S24/25/27FTA
SR-S24/25/27DTA
REFRIGERATOR
CONTENT
1. Product Specifications
2. Safety Warnings
3. Specifications of Electric Components
4. Electric Circuit Diagram
5. External Size and Designations
6. Refrigeration Cycle and Cool Air Circulation
7. Function and Usage of Refrigerator
8. Circuit Operation Theory
9. Inverter Component List
10. Troubleshooting
11. Instruction of ICE-MAKER Operation and
Troubleshooting
12. References
13. Disassembly Method of the Refrigerator
14. Assembly and Disassembly of Hinge-Upp
AssÕy
15. Exploded View of Refrigerator and List
16. Assembled State of Machine Room
17. Disassembly of PCB Panel and Assembly
of Internal Components
18. Installation of the Water Dispenser Line
19. PCB Circuit Diagram and Service
Components LIST
20. Specifications of Major Components in Circuit
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2
4
6
10
15
17
25
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37
54
62
67
70
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119
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1. Product Specifications
Items
Models
Available
Capacity
Specification
SR-S24/25/27FTA
SR-S24/25/27DTA
SR-S25/26NTA
TOTAL
652 / 701 / 753
656 / 702 / 754
674 / 720
FREEZER
233 / 254 / 276
233 / 254 / 276
251 / 272
REFRIZERATOR
419 / 447 / 477
423 / 448 / 478
423 / 448
Dimension
(Width x Depth x Height)
Rated Voltage & Frequency
917mm 884mm 1783mm(SR-S24FTA, SR-S25NTA)
917mm 929mm 1783mm(SR-S25/27FTA(DTA), SR-S26NTA)
110~115V/60HZ
127V/60HZ
220V/50, 60HZ
240V/50HZ
Rated Power Dissipation, Motor
228W
Rated Power Dissipation, Heater
382W
Type of Refrigerator
INTERMITTENT REFRIGERATOR
Refrigerant
HFC-134a
Refrigerant Mass
200gr
Freezing Capacity
4STAR
SR-S24/25/27FTA
SR-S24/25/27DTA
SR-S25/26NTA
134kg / 139kg / 141kg
134kg / 139kg / 141kg
125kg / 129kg
Weight
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2. SAFETY WARNINGS
Read all instructions before using this product and keep to the instructions
in order to prevent danger or property damage.
CAUTION/WARNING SYMBOLS DISPLAYED SYMBOLS
Warning
Caution
means ÒProhibitionÓ.
Indicates that a
danger of death
or serious injury
exists.
means ÒDo not disassembleÓ.
means ÒNo contactÓ.
means ÓThe things to
be followedÓ.
means ÒPower cord should be
unplugged from the consentÓ
means ÒEarth to prevent Electric
shockÓ.
Indicates that a risk
of personal injury
or material damage
exists.
Warning
Do not insert the power plugs
for many products at the
same time.
May cause abnormal
generation of heat or fire.
Prohibition
Do not install the refrigerator
in the wet place or the place
which water splashes.
Deterioration of insulation of electric
parts may cause electric shock or fire.
Do not disassemble,
repair or alter.
It may cause fire or abnormal
operation which leads to injury.
May cause fire.
Do not
disassemble
Be sure the earth.
If earthing is not done, it will cause
breakdown and electric shock.
(please refer to page 6).
Earth
2
Do not bend the power cord
with excessive force or do not
have the power cord pressed
by heavy article.
Pull the power plug out for
exchanging the interior lamp
of the refrigerator.
It may cause electric shock.
Unplug
Caution
Do not put bottles or kinds of
glass in the freezer.
Freezing of the contents may inflict
a wound.
Do not store narrow and
lengthy bottles or foods in a
small multi-purpose room.
It may hurt you when refrigerator door
is opened and closed resulting in falling
stuff down.
Do not store pharmaceutical
products, scientific materials,
etc., in the refrigerator.
The products which temperature control
shall not be stored in the refrigerator.
Prohibition
Prohibition
Do not store articles on the
product.
Use the rated components
on the replacement.
On repair, make sure that the
wires such as harness are
bundled tightly.
Check the correct model, rated
voltage, rated current, operating
temperature and so on.
Bundle tightly wires in order not to
be detached by the external force and
then not to be wetted.
Opening or closing of the door may
cause throwing down which may
inflict a wound.
Prohibition
On repair, remove completely
dust or other things of
housing parts, harness parts,
and check parts.
Cleaning may prevent the possible
fire by tracking or short.
Prohibition
comRated
pone
nts
After repair, check the
assembled state of
components.
It must be in the same assembled
state when compared with the state
before disassembly.
Check if there is any trace
indicating the permeation
of water.
If there is that kind of trace, change
the related components or do the
necessary treatment
such as taping
using the
insulating tape.
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3. Specifications of Electric Components
Items
Specification
Models
SR-S25/26NTA, SR-S24/25/27FTA(DTA)
Freezing Capacity
(4 STAR)
SK182P - L2W(127V/60Hz)
SK182C - L2W(115V/60Hz)
SK190Q - L2U(240V/50Hz)
SK190H - L2U(220V/50,60Hz)
Starting type
C. S. R
R.S.C.R
Oil Charge
SPLIT FIN TYPE
Refrigerator
SPLIT FIN TYPE
Condenser
Forced and natural convection type
Dryer
Molecular sieve XH-9
Capillary tube
0.75 3000, 5.5 Kg/cm2
Refrigerant
HFC-134a
Refrigerator
Freezer
Model
Defrost Cycle
- 15 (ESTER)
Freezer
THERMISTOR
(F-SENSOR)
502AT
Model
THERMISTOR
(R-SENSOR)
502AT
Temperature Selection
ON( )
OFF( )
COLDER
-22.0
-20.0
MEDIUM
-18.0
-20.0
WARMER
-15.0
-17.0
Temperature Selection
ON( )
OFF( )
COLDER
0.0
-2.0
MEDIUM
3.0
1.0
WARMER
6.0
4.0
First Defrost Cycle (Concurrent defrost of F and R)
4 hr 10 min
Defrost Cycle(FRE)
12 ~ 48 hr (vary according to the conditions used)
Defrost Cycle(REF)
6 ~ 48 hr (vary according to the conditions used)
Pause time
F DefrostSensor
R DefrostSensor
10
2 min
Model
THERMISTOR (502AT)
SPEC
5.0 at 25
Model
THERMISTOR (502AT)
SPEC
5.0 at 25
Rated
AC 250V 10A
Thermal-Fuse
4
FREOL
Evaporator
Defrost Sensor
Defrost Related Components
Room Temperature Sensor Components
Components for Freezer
Compressor
Model
Operating temperature
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Specifications
Items
Model
SR-S25/26NTA
SR-S24/25/27FTA(DTA)
Defrost-Heater(FRE)
Conducting at F Defrosting
200 W
200 W
Defrost-Heater(REF)
Conducting at R Defrosting
90 W
90 W
P-CORD Heater(FRE)
Conducting at F Defrosting
30 W
30 W
P-CORD Heater(REF)
Conducting at R Defrosting
35 W
35 W
DRAIN Heater(FRE)
Conducting at F Defrosting
10 W
10 W
Lamp Heater
Interlock with R-FAN
2W
2W
DISPENSER Heater
Interlock with F-FAN
-
5W
HOME-BAR Heater
Interlock with COMP
-
10 W(FTA Only)
Thermal-Fuse for preventing
overheating of Freezer Defrost-Heater
AC 250V 10A 72 4
Electric Components
Thermal-Fuse for preventing
overheating of Refrigerator Defrost-Heater
Compressor
Condenser for
Running
COMP
Starting
(Package type)
Model
Starting-Relay
Operation
Model
SK 182C-L2W
SK 182P-L2W
SK 190H-L2U
SK 190Q-L2U
250VAC-1222
250VAC-1222
350VAC-555
350VAC-555
125VAC-12522 125VAC-12522
PTHAS-T100M200B PTHAS-T100M200B PTHAS-T220M350D PTHAS-T330M385D
10
20%
10
20%
120 5
120
Temp. OFF
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Rated Voltage
20%
33
20%
4TM444NHBYY-53 4TM444NHBYY-53 4TM314RHBYY-53 4TM232SHBYY-53
Temp. ON
Over-load Relay
22
92
115V/60Hz
52
130
52
135
52
69 92
69 92
69
52
127V/60Hz
220V/50,60Hz
240V/50Hz
LVT(Low Voltage Transformer)
AC 115V/60Hz AC 127V/60Hz AC 220V/50,60Hz AC 240V/50Hz
FAN-MOTOR(FRE)
RHB-010ZQNC RHB-010ZQNC AMRHB-010WTEC RHB-010UVEC
FAN-MOTOR(REF)
AMRHB-008ZQEB AMRHB-008ZREB AMRHB-008WTEB AMRHB-008UVEB
CIRCUIT-MOTOR
(IS3208-SCH6B) (RHC-008ZNEB)
Lamp(FRE)
AC110V/60W
Lamp(REF)
INVERTER PCB
AC125V/60W
(IS3208-SCF7B) (IS3208-CSL5B)
AC220V/60W
OSRAM DLUX S/E 11W
105V/50,60Hz
127V/60Hz
220V/50,60Hz
Door Switch
AC 250V 0.5A
Door Switch (HOME-BAR)
AC 250V 0.5A
Dispenser lamp
AC240V/60W
110/130V 14/16W
220V/15W
Power cord
AC250V 12A
Earth Screw
BSBN (Brass screw)
240V/50Hz
240V/15W
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4. Electric circuit diagram
4-1) Basic Model (SR-S25/26NTA) 110V/60HZ, 127V/60HZ
REFERRENCE
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
ORG-ORANGE
BRN-BROWN
PNK-PINK
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
YEL-YELLOW
BLK-BLACK
PRP-PURPLE
W/BLKWHITE/BLACK
S/BLUSKY BLUE
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4-2) Basic Model (SR-S25/26NTA) 220V/50, 60HZ, 240V/50HZ
REFERRENCE
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
ORG-ORANGE
BRN-BROWN
PNK-PINK
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
YEL-YELLOW
BLK-BLACK
PRP-PURPLE
W/BLKWHITE/BLACK
S/BLUSKY BLUE
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4-3) Model with Water Dispenser & Ice-Dispenser (SR-S24/25/27FTA) 115V~127V
REFERRENCE
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
ORG-ORANGE
BRN-BROWN
PNK-PINK
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
YEL-YELLOW
BLK-BLACK
PRP-PURPLE
W/BLKWHITE/BLACK
S/BLUSKY BLUE
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4-4) Model with Water Dispenser & Ice-Dispenser (SR-S24/25/27FTA)220V~240V
REFERRENCE
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
ORG-ORANGE
BRN-BROWN
PNK-PINK
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
YEL-YELLOW
BLK-BLACK
PRP-PURPLE
W/BLKWHITE/BLACK
S/BLUSKY BLUE
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5. External Size and Designations
5-1) External Size of Refrigerator (SR-S25/26NTA)
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MODEL
ÒAÓ
ÒBÓ
ÒCÓ
ÒDÓ
ÒEÓ
ÒFÓ
SR-S25NTA
791.5
193
874
791.5
792.8
797.5
SR-S26NTA
836.5
238
899
836.5
827.8
832.5
5-2) External Size of Refrigerator [SR-S24/25/27FTA(DTA)]
MODEL
ÒAÓ
ÒBÓ
ÒCÓ
ÒDÓ
ÒEÓ
ÒFÓ
SR-S24F(D)TA
791.5
193
874
791.5
792.8
797.5
SR-S27F(D)TA
836.5
238
899
836.5
827.8
832.5
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5-3) Designation of Each Component (NTA)
Freezer
1) Lamp-Fluorescent(FRE)
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Refrigerator
9) Lamp-Fluorescent(REF)
2) Guard-FRE
10) Shelf-REF
3)
Shelf-FRE
11) Tray-Utility
4)
Tray-Ice
12) Case-VEG, A(Upp)
5)
Case-Basket(Upp)
13) Guide-Bottle(REF)
6)
Case-Basket(Low)
14) Case-VEG, B(Upp)
7)
Cover-Tray Water
15) Case-VEG(Low)
8)
Cover-Guard
16) Shelf-REF ASSÕY
5-4) Designation of Each Component (FTA)
Freezer
Refrigerator
1)
Ice- Maker
9) Lamp-Fluorescent(REF)
2)
Ice- Chute
10) Shelf-REF
3)
Lamp-Fluorescent(FRE)
11) Tray-Utility
4)
Shelf-FRE
12) Case-VEG, A(Upp)
5)
Guard-FRE
13) Guide-Bottle(REF)
6)
Case-Basket(Low)
14) Case-VEG, B(Upp)
7)
Cover-Tray Water
15) Case-VEG(Low)
8)
Cover-Guard
16) Shelf-REF ASSÕY
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5-5) Designation of Each Component (DTA)
Freezer
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Refrigerator
1)
Ice- Maker
9) Lamp-Fluorescent(REF)
2)
Ice- Chute
10) Shelf-REF
3)
Lamp-Fluorescent(FRE)
11) Tray-Utility
4)
Shelf-FRE
12) Case-VEG, A(Upp)
5)
Guard-FRE
13) Guide-Bottle(REF)
6)
Case-Basket(Low)
14) Case-VEG, B(Upp)
7)
Cover-Tray Water
15) Case-VEG(Low)
8)
Cover-Guard
16) Shelf-REF ASSÕY
6. Refrigeration Cycle and Cool Air Circulation
6-1) Refrigeration Cycle
Compressor
Sub-Condenser
Side Cluster Pipe
Evaporator of Refrigerator
Evaporator of Freezer
Compressor
Hot Pipe
Dryer
Capillary tube
Accumulator
Suction pipe
Evaporator of Refrigerator
Side Cluster Pipe
Accumulator
Capillary
tube
Evaporator of
Freezer
Suction Pipe
Compressor
Sub-Condenser
Dryer
Hot Pipe
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6-2) Cool Air Circulation
Frozen food compartment
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Fresh food compartment
7. Function and Usage of Refrigerator
7-1. Panel Display
Basic type (NTA)
External type (FTA/DTA)
7-2. Temperature-Control function
1. Temperature-Setting Function of Freezer
1) At the first POWER ON, ÒMEDIUMÓ (3rd step) is automatically selected.
2) Select the temperature among five steps, WARMER, (WARMER-MEDIUM), (MEDIUM), (MEDIUM
-COLDER), and COLDER by pushing one button.
3) On pushing the button for temperature-setting in freezer, light on the display panel is moved in order from
ÒWARMERÓ to ÒCOLDERÓ.
Item
Change in the
display lamp
Specified temperature
in the freezer
At the first POWER ON
1st push
2nd push
3rd push
4th push
(MEDIUM)
(MEDIUM-COLDER)
COLDER
WARMER
(WARMER-MEDIUM)
app. -19
app. -20
app. -21
app. -16
app. -17.5
Remark
2. Temperature-Setting Function of Refrigerator
1) At the first POWER ON, ÒMEDIUMÓ (3rd step) is automatically selected.
2) Select the temperature among five steps, WARMER, (WARMER-MEDIUM), (MEDIUM), (MEDIUM
-COLDER), and COLDER by pushing one button.
3) On pushing the button for temperature-setting in refrigerator, light on the display panel is moved
in order from ÒWARMERÓ to ÒCOLDERÓ.
Item
Change in the
display lamp
Specified temperature
in the refrigerator
At the first POWER ON
1st push
2nd push
3rd push
(MEDIUM)
(MEDIUM-COLDER)
COLDER
WARMER
app. 2
app. 0.5
app. -1
app. 5
4th push
Remark
(WARMER-MEDIUM)
app. 3.5
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Notice
The specified temperature in the above table, from data when measured in unload state and at 1/3 H
inside the room, is only to describe the temperature at each step generally. The actual temperature
depends upon the surrounding conditions and the loading state.
7-3. Power-Freezing and Power-Refrigerating
Set Power-Freezing and Power-Refrigerating by pushing the separate button.
On pushing the button for power-freezing and for power-refrigerating, selection/cancellation (lamp
on/lamp off) is selected in order.
In spite of the selection of power-freezing or power-refrigerating, the temperature setting in the Freezer
and Refrigerator is not changed.
With the selection of Power-Freezing or Power-Refrigerating, you can change the temperature setting of
the freezer and refrigerator.
1. Power-Freezing Function
1) On the selection of Power-Freezing, COMP and F-Fan operates continuously for 2 hours and 30 minutes.
2) In spite of the Power-Freezing operation, the refrigerator operates according to the current setting.
3) On the finish of Power-Freezing (after continuous operation of COMP and F-Fan for 2 hours and 30 minutes),
lamp indicating Power-Freezing turns off automatically and the freezer operates according to the
temperature setting.
2. Power-Refrigerating Function
1) On the selection of Power-Refrigerating, COMP and R-Fan operates continuously till the temperature inside
the refrigerator becomes about -4.0 .
2) After the temperature inside the refrigerator is to be -4.0 , Power-Refrigerating function stops after 1hour ÒCOLDERÓ operation according to the internal function regardless of the current setting.
3) When the temperature inside the refrigerator does not become -4.0 in spite of the selection of PowerRefrigerating function and the continuous operation of COMP and R-Fan for 2 hours and 30 minutes, PowerRefrigerating stops.
4) On the finish of Power-Refrigerating (after continuous operation for 2 hours and 30 minutes or approach to
-4.0 and then, ÒCOLDERÓ operation for 1 hour), lamp indicating Power-Refrigerating turns off automatically
and the refrigerator operates according to the temperature setting.
5) If the current setting is ÒWARMER-MEDIUMÓ (2nd step) or ÒWARMERÓ (1st step), the lamp indicating
Power-Refrigerating turns off after 1-hour ÒCOLDERÓ operation, but 1-hour ÒMEDIUMÓ operation continues
according to the internal function.
At this time, if the setting is changed, immediately cancel the ÒMEDIUMÓ operation and perform the
operation according to the changed setting condition.
6) If there is no change of setting during 1-hour ÒMEDIUMÓ operation, perform the operation according to the
temperature setting after ÒMEDIUMÓ operation stops.
3. Concurrent selection of Power-Freezing and Power-Refrigerating
1) Each function operates independently. It mean that COMP and F-Fan operate continuously by PowerFreezing regardless of Power-Refrigerating function and COMP and R-Fan by Power-Refrigerating function
are continuously operated till the temperature inside the refrigerator becomes -4.0 .
Notice
If the temperature inside the freezer is above -10 and that inside the refrigerator is
above 10 such as the case of the first POWER ON, Power-Freezing and Power-Refrigerating will
not work as you can expect. However, this is not the usual case and so, explanation is omitted here.
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7-4. ALARM function
1. Button TOUCH sound (ÒDING-DONGÓ sound)
1) If you push each button on the CONTROL PANEL, ÒDING-DONGÓ sounds to confirm the push.
2) If you push two buttons at one time or if you do other wrong-doings, ÒDING-DONGÓ does not sound.
2. DOOR-OPEN alarm (ÒDING-DONGÓ sound)
1) After two minutes with the door of the freezer or the refrigerator opened, alarm sounds ten times.
2) If the door is still in open in spite of the first ten-time alarm, alarm continues 10 times per minute.
3) The alarm stops immediately when the door of the freezer or the refrigerator is closed.
4) If you select OFF for the alarm (for the model with alarm-off function) (Alarm-lamp out) or if you select OFF
for the alarm while alarming, DOOR-OPEN alarm will stop although the door is in open.
5) In spite of the selection of OFF for the alarm, ÒDING-DONGÓ for BUTTON-TOUCH operates normally.
3. Forced-operation and Forced-defrost alarm (ÒBEEPÓ sound)
1) On the selection of Forced-operation and Forced-defrost, ÒBEEPÓ alarm will sound.
2) On the selection of Forced-operation, alarm will continue until the automatic cancellation (after 24-hour
Forced-operation) or till the cancellation function is selected.
3) Also, alarm for Forced-defrost continues until the finish of Forced-defrost (including the pause time) or the
selection of the cancellation.
7-5. Defrost function
1. On the first POWER ON, concurrent defrost for freezer and refrigerator operates
after the accumulated operation time for COMP ON is above 4 hours.
2. Since then, defrost interval will vary from 6 hours to 48 hours according to the operation and
the surrounding conditions.
3. After finish of the first defrost, PRE-COOL function operates for 20 minutes at the start of the
defrost to minimize the temperature increase caused by the defrost. However, the PRECOOL function depends on the temperature inside the refrigerator at the start of the defrost.
4. If the temperature inside R-room is above 0 , PRE-COOL function operates, but if the
temperature inside R-room is below 0 , PRE-COOL function does not operate. In case of F
room, if the temperature is above -21 , PRE-COOL function operates and if below -21 , the
function does not operated.
5. In the above 4, if the temperature of F-room is above -21 (PRE-COOL function condition),
PRE-COOL function will be operated both at F and R-room regardless of the condition inside
R-room. If the case is only about R-room, PRE-COOL function will be operated
independently. It means that PRE-COOL function will be operated only in R-room when
only R-room is in the condition for PRE-COOL.
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7-6. TEST function
TEST function is for quality control of PCB and the product, in-process control, and SVC.
After check of the function of the product by the selection of TEST S/W, POWER should be turned ON
again to perform self-diagnostic function.
1. Forced-Operation function
1) If you select button on MAIN PCB one time, COMP operates immediately without 5-minute DELAY.
So, attention should be paid because if you perform Forced-operation at the COMP-OFF time, OVER LOAD
may occur.
2) On the selection of Forced-operation, ÒCOLDERÓ for the freezer and ÒCOLDER-MEDIUMÓ for the
refrigerator are selected automatically, COMP and F-Fan are operated on continuous basis, and R-FAN
in the refrigerator is controlled by ÒO(MEDIUM-COLDER)Ó setting.
3) Forced-operation is effective only for 24 hours. It means that, 24 hours after the start of Forced-operation,
concurrent defrost in freezer and refrigerator is conducted automatically and normal operation
starts according to the setting for freezer and refrigerator.
4) To cancel Forced-operation, turn ON again after POWER OFF (RESET) or select TEST CANCELLATION
MODE as described in the below Ò3Ó.
5) On Forced-operation, alarm (0.5 seconds ON/0.5 seconds OFF) continues to the finish of Forced-operation.
There is no cancellation way.
2. Forced-defrost function
1) If you push TEST button one more in Forced-operation state, Forced-operation is immediately canceled and
defrost function operates in refrigerator.
2) At this time, BEEP alarm will sound for 3 seconds at the start and continues on 0.75 seconds ON/0.25
seconds OFF basis during R Forced-defrost operation.
3) If you allow the above R-defrost function to operate, normal operation will start after the finish of the
defrost.
4) If you push TEST button one more in R Forced-defrost operation, concurrent defrost for R and F-room
operates.
5) Also, BEEP alarm will sound for 3 seconds at the start of concurrent R and F-defrost and continues on 0.25
seconds ON/0.75 seconds OFF basis by the finish of concurrent R and F-defrost.
3. Test Cancellation Mode
1) If you push TEST button one more in concurrent R and F-defrost, concurrent defrost will stop and normal
operation will start.
Notice
TEST function will operate STEP BY STEP and so, it is not possible to change from 1 STEP (Forcedoperation) to 4 STEP (TEST CANCELLATION MODE). You should go through all STEP to perform the
desired function. It is preferred to POWER ON after OFF on operation of TEST function.
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7-7. Self-Diagnosis Function
1. Self-Diagnosis Function on the first POWER-ON
1) On the first Power-on, lamps are ALL ON and self-diagnosis function operates internally.
2) If there is no fault on the self-diagnosis, DISPLAY will show the first normal state.
3) If there is any fault on the self-diagnosis, the relevant LED will flicker and alarm will sound.
4) ERROR (indicating fault) display by the self-diagnosis will continue till all the relevant problems is fixed or
the self-diagnosis is canceled.
5) When the relevant problems is solved, DISPLAY will return to the normal MODE.
6) After fixation of refrigerator, power should be off and on again to check whether the fault is corrected.
7) So, if there is a need to check SENSOR OPEN & SHORT for A/S, sensor can be checked through the selfdiagnosis operation by power-off and on.
8) If there is any problem, the relevant DISPLAY is as follows.
No
Item
ICE-MAKER
01
SENSOR
02
R-Room
R-Sensor
Relevant LED
Problem
Temperature setting in OPEN and SHORT type problem with
sensor located at the bottom of ice tray the refrigerator
problem with wire connection
ÒWARMERÓ (1st step)
Remark
Temperature by sensor is
above +50 and
below - 50 on the model
with Ice-Maker
Problem display when
Temperature setting in
Detach of R-room sensor housing,
temperature
by R-sensor is above
the refrigerator
contact problem, wire-snapping, Short,
+ 50 and below - 50
ÒWARMER-MEDIUMÓ
R-Sensor fault and so on.
on the model with Ice-Maker
(2nd step)
Problem display when
Temperature setting in
Detach of R-room sensor housing,
temperature by R defrost-sensor is
R-Room
the refrigerator
contact problem, wire-snapping, Short,
03
above + 50 and below - 50 on
Defrost-Sensor
ÒMEDIUMÓ (3rd step)
R-Sensor fault and so on.
the model with Ice-Maker
ICE-MAKER
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KIT
Temperature setting in
the refrigerator
ÒCOLDERÓ (4rd step)
Problem with MICRO S/W, Motor,
Gear, and other wiring system inside
Gear Box
Problem display when
Detach of Ambient-Sensor housing
temperature by Ambient-sensor
inside PCB Base at the top of the
refrigerator, Contact problem, Wire- is above + 50 and below - 5000
on the model with ice-maker
Snapping, Short, Sensor fault and so on
05
Ambient
Sensor
Temperature setting in
the freezer
ÒWARMERÓ (1st step)
06
F-Room
F-Sensor
Temperature setting in Detach of F-Room Sensor housing inside
the freezer
PCB Base at the top of the refrigerator,
ÒWARMER-MEDIUMÓ
Contact problem, Wire-Snapping,
(2nd step)
Short, Sensor fault and so on
F-Room
07
Defrost Sensor
Temperature setting in
the freezer
ÒMEDIUMÓ (3rd step)
When normal operation does not
return in spite of 3 Eject operation
on the model
with Ice-Maker
Detach of Defrost-Sensor housing
inside the evaporator of F-Room,
Contact problem, Wire-Snapping,
Short, Sensor fault and so on
Problem display when
temperature by F-sensor is above
+ 50 and below - 50 on the
model with ice-maker
Problem display when
temperature by F Defrost-sensor
is above + 50 and below - 50 on
the model with Ice-Maker
Note : This self-diagnosis operates when there is OPEN and SHORT type problem with Sensors. If the
changes in Sensor are within the ranges of the temperature described in the remarks, they are not
judged to be fault and the appliance operates normally.
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2. Self-Diagnosis function during the normal operation
1) If you push buttons for ÒPOWER-FREEZINGÓ and ÒPOWER-REFRIGERATINGÓ simultaneously for about 3
seconds during the normal operation, ALL ON/OFF in the temperature-setting DISPLAY will continue for
about 2 seconds at 0.5-second interval.
If you push buttons for ÒPOWER-FREEZINGÓ and ÒPOWER-REFRIGERATINGÓ simultaneously for about 5
seconds, including 2 seconds for LED ON/OFF, self-diagnosis function is selected.
2) At this time, the refrigerator will return to the self-diagnosis operation with ÒDING-DONGÓ alarm.
3) While the self-diagnosis function is in operation, the self-diagnosis will be performed in order from
ÒCOLDERÓLED of the freezer with ALL ON of the temperature-setting display for the freezer and refrigerator .
4) On ERROR, display will continue for 30 seconds and then, the refrigerator will return to the normal
operation state regardless of fixation of the relevant component. (With ÒDING-DONGÓ alarm)
5) Button push cannot be inputted during the self-diagnosis operation.
6) Among the items of the self-diagnosis, ERROR CHECK of ICE-MAKER SENSOR and ICE-MAKER function
will be done only on the model with the ICE MAKER.
7-8. Load state display function
1. If you push buttons for ÒPOWER-FREEZINGÓ and ÒPOWER-REFRIGERATINGÓ for 3 seconds
during the normal operation, all the temperature-setting DISPLAY for the freezer and refrigerator
will be on. At this time, if you withdraw finger from the buttons, the temperature-setting
DISPLAY for the freezer and refrigerator will be ALL ON/OFF for about 2 seconds at 0.5-second
interval. At this time, if you push button for the temperature-setting for the refrigeration
during ON/OFF, load state display function will start (with ÒDING-DONGÓ alarm).
2. Load state display MODE shows the load that MICOM signal is outputted. But, it means the
output of MICOM signal. It does not show whether the load is actually operated. It means that,
in spite of DISPLAY showing the operation of load, there is a possibility of none-operation by
fault in the actual load or in RELAY on PCB. So, this function can be practicable on A/S.
3. Display continues for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds, the former-setting state will start
automatically.
4. The relevant DISPLAY showing load state are as follows.
No
Item
Relevant DISPLAY LED
Meaning
Load related with the freezer
1
COMP
Freezer ÒWARMERÓ(1st step)
On COMP operation, relevant LED ON
2
F-FAN
Freezer ÒWARMER-MEDIUMÓ
On F-FAN operation, relevant LED ON
(2nd step)
3
F-Defroster HEATER
Freezer ÒMEDIUMÓ (3rd step)
On F-Defroster HEATER operation, relevant LED ON
Load related with the refrigeration
4
R-FAN
Refrigerator ÒWARMERÓ (1st step)
On R-FAN operation, relevant LED ON
5
R-Defroster HEATER
Refrigerator
R-Defroster HEATER operation, relevant LED ON
ÒWARMER-MEDIUMÓ (2nd step)
Mode display
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START MODE
(First mode)
ÒPOWER-FREEZINGÓ
If normal freezing does not operate on the first
power on, relevant LED ON
Remark
No
Item
Relevant DISPLAY LED
7
Overload condition
ÒPOWER-REFRIGERATIONÓ
Meaning
If the ambient temperature is above 35
Remark
,
relevant LED ON
8 WARMER-temperature
9
Freezer ÒCOLDERÓ
condition
(5th step)
Normal condition
No display LED among
3 MODE displays means
If the ambient temperature is below
17
, relevant LED ON
Normal operation state Ambient temperature is
between 18
and 34
and normal freezing state
normal MODE
7-9. ICE DISPENSER and WATER DISPENSER function(SR-S24FTA)
These functions are limited only to the MODEL that ice and water can be obtained without opening of DOOR.
Among the functions of this ice dispenser, all functions are operated by the mechanical system except the
regulation of CUBE RELAY for obtaining of cube ice and the regulation of light in the DISPENSER, which are
regulated by MICOM.
1. Light ON/OFF function
1) If you push button for Light ON/OFF on DISPLAY, lamp in the DISPENSER will be ON/OFF. To prepare
the case of using at night, lamp in the DISPNSER will be regulated through LIGHT RELAY on MAIN PCB
according to button selection.
2) ON/OFF is toggled by 1 button and it is limited to the MODEL with DISPENSER (SR-S24FTA).
3) As a means of safety, it there is no OFF signal for 20 seconds after lamp selection, lamp turns off
automatically.
4) To turn on the lamp again, push the buttons for lamp ON/OFF.
5) On the first POWER ON, OFF function will be operated.
2. CRUSHED ICE / CUBE ICE / OFF selection function
1) This function is to operate CRUSHED ICE/CUBE ICE/OFF in order by user selection on DISPLAY. By
pushing one button, CRUSHED ICE CUBE ICE OFF CRUSHED ICE is selected in order.
2) On the first POWER ON, CRUSHED ICE is automatically selected.
3) On the selection of CRUSHED ICE, operate GERADE MOTOR to get CRUSHED ICE in the outside when ice
is made in the ice maker and ice LEVER is operated.
4) On the selection of CUBE ICE, operate GERADE MOTOR and ICE SOLENOID to get CUBE ICE in the
outside when ice is made in the ice maker and ice LEVER is operated.
5) If you turn off all display lamp for ÒCRUSHED ICEÓ and ÒCUBE ICEÓ by pushing button for ice, no ice is
made because of stop of ICE MAKER function.
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(1) At the moment of selection of stop function, ice-making function stops, but on eject, return to
horizontality, and water-supply, stop state will be maintained after finish of water-supply.
(2) When OFF function is selected, ice-making function stops. If you push button to select CRUSHED ICE
or CUBE ICE, ICE-MAKER will continue to operate from the stop of ice-making. (This means that icemaking function does not operate from the first.)
(3) In spite of operation of OFF function, ice LEVER will operate normally. This is not the disorder. So, ice
left in the tray of the ice-maker can be used normally. On operation of ice LEVER, GERADE MOTOR will
operate normally and CUBE ICE can be obtained. (On operation of OFF function, only CRUSHED ICE
can be obtained.)
(4) If you want CUBE ICE from the ice left in the tray during OFF function operation, push the button to
select CUBE ICE, obtain the ice and then, operate OFF function again.
3. WATER DISPENSER function
1) This function is directly connected to city water and water can be obtained from WATER SOLENOID
VALVE by pushing WATER LEVER.
Since there is no function regulated by MICOM PCB, if there is any problem with water dispenser function,
check solenoid, connector, and water-supply state.
Notice
With DOOR of freezer open, ice cannot be obtained. This is to prevent from dropping ice into floor
when DOOR of freezer opens and ice LEVER is pushed. Contact point in DOOR S/W is used as
sensor for opening state of DOOR of freezer. Water dispenser is operated normally regardless of
opening of DOOR.
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8. Circuit operation theory
8-1. Power supply part
Voltage
Circuit used
BLK
Vcc
Power supply for MICOM
BLK
(DC 5V)
and peripheral circuit
BLU
V12
Power supply to operate RELAY,
(DC 12V)
EJECT MOTOR, DISPLAY
GRY
RED
BLU
About AC 9V, pressed at 2nd side of LVT(LOW Volt Transformer), is suspended between CN10
~ and DC 5V is made through constant-voltage IC (KA7805) rectified by Rectifier Diode.
And, about AC 17V is suspended between CN10 ~ and DC 12V is made through
constant-voltage IC(KA7812).
8-2. Power generator circuit part
Terminal
oscillation frequency
X in(#30)
4MHz
X out(#31)
4MHz
This is a power generator circuit part to generate synchronous CLOCK for information transfer of
MICOM internal degauss and calculate time. On change of spec. of RESONATOR, normal
operation cannot be performed from the result of change of TIMMING system in MICOM.
8-3. RESET circuit part
Terminal
oscillation frequency
Vcc
DC 5V
RESET
DC 5V
RESET circuit is to operate overall PROGRAM in the primary state by initializing several parts including
RAM in the internal of MICOM when power is supplied to MICOM as a result of power input or instant
suspension of electric supply. When power is supplied, voltage at RESET Terminal becomes scores of
ÒLowÓstate, when compared to the voltage of Vcc (DC 5V) of MICOM. On the general operation
state,ÓHighÓ (Vcc voltage) state is maintained.
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8-4. DOOR S/W sensing circuit
Terminal
Voltage
MICOM
On DOOR CLOSE 5V (HIGH)
F-room
On DOOR OPEN
0V(LOW)
On DOOR CLOSE 0V (LOW)
R-room
On DOOR OPEN 5V(HIGH)
DOOR OPEN/CLOSE of F-room sensing is performed by connecting of CN30 to GROUND, supplying
Vcc (DC 5V) to through resistance R404 (4.7 ) and supplying ÒLowÓ (0V) / ÓHighÓ(5V) to MICOM by
DOOR OPEN/CLOSE of F-room.
DOOR OPEN/CLOSE of R-room sensing is performed by connecting of CN31 to GROUND, supplying
Vcc (DC 5V) to through resistance R403 (4.7 ) and supplying ÒLowÓ (0V) / ÓHighÓ(5V) to MICOM by
DOOR OPEN/CLOSE of R-room.
If there is any problem in DOOR S/W, Fan in the relevant room will not work and alarm function will
operate. So, DOOR S/W should be checked if there is any problem on A/S.
For FAN in the relevant room will stop on DOOR OPEN, if there is any problem in the contact point of
S/W, MICOM will judge that DOOR is opened and stop FAN operation, although DOOR is closed.
8-5. Temperature sensing circuit
MICOM Terminal
Voltage
PIN #58 (F-SENSOR)
PIN #57 (R-EVA-SENSOR)
PIN #56 (R-SENSOR)
PIN #59 (F-EVA-SENSOR)
AMBIENT
Voltage in
MICOM
Terminal is
changed
according to
temperature.
PIN #60 (AMBIENT-SENSOR)
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SENSOR works on the basis of the characteristics of THERMISTOR with temperature coefficient of
negative resistance that resistance value decrease when temperature is High and resistance value
increase when temperature is low.
R306 ~ R310 and C302 ~ C306 are parts to prevent NOISE.
They have no relation with temperature sensing.
In case of F-SENSOR, when the voltage inputted to MICOM is considered to be Vf, Vf is (Rth Vcc)
/(R303 + Rth). In this equation, Rth is the resistance value of THERMISTOR corresponding to
temperature. See the conversion table of the resistance and voltage of sensor according to the
temperature in the Reference No. 8 of this manual. Use the table on A/S because MICOM Terminal
voltage is also described in the table.
8-6. KEY SCAN and DISPLAY circuit part
REFERRENCE
POWERFREEZING
POWERREFRIGERATING
POWER-FREEZING POWER-REFRIGERATING
F, R ROOM
DEODORIZATION
Door-Securing ONor
CRUSHED/CUBE
POWER REF
POWER FRE
DOOR-SECURING or CUBE
COLDER-HUMIDITYor CRUSH
REFRIGERATOR ROOM SETTING'
FREEZER ROOM SETTING
Door-Securing OFF or
LIGHT ON/OFF
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
ORG-ORANGE
BRN-BROWN
PNK-PINK
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
YEL-YELLOW
BLK-BLACK
PRP-PURPLE
W/BLKWHITE/BLACK
S/BLUSKY BLUE
1. Running of KEY SCAN and DISPLAY
As shown in the following waveform of each part, ÒHighÓ output is sent in turn from MICOM PIN
#3 #4
#5
#6
#7 for 2 msec at 10msec interval using five Terminal of MICOM NO #3, 4, 5, 6, and 7.
This signal appears at OUTPUT Terminal through INPUT Terminal of IC05 (UDN2981 or UPA2981C).
At this time, PEAK TO PEAK voltage of square-wave is about 11 V (DC RMS 1.5 V) and output waveform
is as follows.
2. KEY SCAN
When GRID #1 waveform is outputted, this signal is supplied to the button for temperature-setting of freezing
room through resistance 10 . At this time, when you push button for freezing room, the signal becomes
decreased by R506 (6.8 ) and about 4.5 V of PEAK TO PEAK voltage is approved to MICOM. After supply
of about 4.5 V of PEAK TO PEAK voltage to MICOM, MICOM can judge that GRID #1 waveform is inputted
and then, change the temperature-setting for freezing room. Like this way, each GRID waveform is perceived.
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8-7. LOAD OPERATION circuit part
WHT
PRP
RED GRN
Temperature Fuse
F-Defroster Heater
BRN
GRY
GRY
RED
F-ROOM LAMP
RED
Circulation Fan
YEL
DISPENSER HEATER
RED
RED
REFERRENCE
RED
DISPENSER LIGHT
ORG
RED
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
ORG-ORANGE
BRN-BROWN
PNK-PINK
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
YEL-YELLOW
BLK-BLACK
PRP-PURPLE
W/BLKWHITE/BLACK
S/BLUSKY BLUE
W-BLK
SOLENOID-VALVE
BLU
BLU
COMP-FAN for basic model
Circulation Fan
RED
ORG
Temperature Fuse
BLK
R-Defroster Heater
RED
WHT
RED
Compressor
PRP
GRY
L-BLU
HOME BAR HEATER
BLK
When ÒHighÓ signal is supplied to INPUT of IC03 (ULN2003A) at MICOM PIN NO #22 (P15), IC comes to be
turned on. At this time, if V12 (DC 12V) supplied to the lower COIL of COMP RELAY runs into GROUND
through OUTPUT of IC03, magnetic field will occur at CORE and then make contact point ON. This approves
220 V to COMP LOAD to make COMP ON and, if MICOM PIN NO #22 becomes ÒLowÓ state, IC comes to be
TURN OFF state to make current not running to COMP RELAY COIL, to make RELAY contact point OFF state,
and then, finally to stop COMP.
1. Explanation of co-operation of COMP and F, R-Defroster HEATER
GRY
RED
F-Defroster
Heater
COMP load
F-Defroster Heater
R-Defroster Heater
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R-Defroster
Heater
Like the above BLOCK DIAGRAM, LINE of AC 220V is connected to RELAY for COMP and COMMON for
HEATER RELAY, respectively. At this time, if RELAY is not operated, contact point is NC state and RDefroster HEATER RELAY is OFF state. So, LOAD maintains OFF state. If COMP becomes the conditions for
operation and COMP RELAY is operated (move to contact point NO), COMP becomes closed-circuit and
operated and makes power for both ends of F, R-Defroster HEATER OFF state. If F-Defroster HEATER comes
to operate, power for both ends of COMP should be OFF.
Purpose of the application of the above circuit : to block all power for both ends of Defroster-HEATER on the
operation of COMP and to block all power for both ends of COMP on F-Defroster HEATER.
<Co-operation Table>
Operation condition
Load condition
Remark
COMP, Defroster
RELAY ALL OFF
COMP and F, R-Defroster HEATER OFF
COMP RELAY operation
COMP ON and F, R-Defroster
HEATER OFF
Block of power for both ends of
F, R-Defroster HEATER
F-Defroster HEATER operation
F-Defroster HEATER ON
COMP OFF
Block of power for both ends of
andCOMP
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8-8. Various OPTION function
OPTION function
Change of temperature in
the Freezer
Change of temperature in
the Refrigerator
When temperature outside
Freezer is below 17 ,
change of compensation
temperature
(condition on low
temperature)
Change of Freezer
NOTCH GAP
(ÒCOLDERÓ on the basis of
ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Change of Freezer
NOTCH GAP
(ÒWARMERÓ on the basis of
ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Change of Refrigerator
NOTCH GAP
(ÒCOLDERÓ on the basis of
ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Change of Refrigerator
NOTCH GAP
(ÒWARMERÓ on the basis of
ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Used DIODE
D601, 602, 603, 604
D605, 606, 607, 608
D611, 612
D613, 614
D615, 616
D617, 618
D619, 620
The above circuit is to change the items related with temperature and function using 40 SWITCHING
DIODE on MAIN PCB.
Notice
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Since products are released from factory after setting of OPTION functions is finished, no change of
setting is preferred with the exception of the special case. After change of setting, power should
be turned off and on again.
Table of Temperature Change of Freezer ( : Relevant DIODE No. used)
Temperature
change
Relevant DIODE No. used
D604
D603
Temperature
change
D602
Temperature Limit
+ 0.5
- 0.5
+ 1.0
- 1.0
+ 1.5
- 1.5
+ 2.0
- 2.0
+ 2.5
- 2.5
+ 3.0
- 3.0
+ 3.5
- 3.5
+ 4.0
Relevant DIODE No. used
D604
D603
D602
D601
Table of Temperature Change of Refrigerator ( : Relevant DIODE No. used)
Temperature
change
Relevant DIODE No. used
D608
D607
D606
D605
Temperature
change
Temperature Limit
+ 0.50
- 0.5
+ 1.00
- 1.0
+ 1.50
- 1.5
+ 2.00
- 2.0
+ 2.50
- 2.5
+ 3.00
- 3.0
+ 3.50
- 3.5
+ 4.00
Relevant DIODE No. used
D608
D607
D606
D605
Explanation of Example : In case there is a need to change temperature of Refrigerator , change the
temperature according to the following procedures.
Step 1 : Since D605 to D608 are used as DIODE for temperature change of Refrigerator,
check DIODE used at the relevant PCB and the current temperature. For
example, when D605 and D608 are used, it means the change to + 1.0 when
compared with the temperature limit described in the above Table.
Step 2 : Determine the temperature to be adjusted according to judgement with regard to
the request from customers.
For example, if about 2.0 should be lowered,
Step 3 : Calculate the temperature ; since the current OPTION state is +1.0 as shown in
step 1 and 2.0 is to be lowered as shown in step 2, add 1.0 to - 2.0 as follows.
(+ 1.0 ) + (-2.0 ) = -1.0
Step 4 : Find out the relevant DIODE No. in the table corresponding to the calculated
temperature. Since DIODE corresponding to -1.0 is D606, 2.0 can be lowered
by removing two current DIODE, D605 and D608 and inserting D606.
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Change of NOTCH GAP of Freezer
(ÒCOLDERÓ on the basis of ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Change of NOTCH GAP of Freezer
(ÒWARMERÓ on the basis of ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Relevant DIODE No. used
Relevant DIODE No. used
GAP change
GAP change
D614
D616
D613
2.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
4.0
3.0
5.0
5.0
Change of NOTCH GAP of Refrigerator
(ÒCOLDERÓ on the basis of ÒMEDIUMÓ)
D615
Change of NOTCH GAP of Refrigerator
(ÒWARMERÓ on the basis of ÒMEDIUMÓ)
Relevant DIODE No. used
Relevant DIODE No. used
GAP change
GAP change
D618
D617
D620
4.0
3.0
3.0
2.0
5.0
4.0
2.0
5.0
D619
Temperature compensation when the
ambient temperature is below 17 .
Temperature
change
Relevant DIODE No. used
D612
D611
Notice
Although there are more OPTIONs except the
above things described, they are not required on
A/S with regard to the function of refrigerator
regulation and so, not described here.
The above things are only the functions related
with the temperature change actually used.
- 0.5
- 1.0
+ 0.5
No compensation
Control of water supply to ICE-MAKER (Change of SOLENOID opening time)
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use DIP S/W
FTA / DTA
6 sec
5 sec
7 sec
8 sec
9 sec
12 sec
15 sec
23 sec
S/W 1
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
S/W 2
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
S/W 3
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
The refrigerator is released with all S/W1 ~ S/W3 OFF (water supplying time is 7 seconds).
Temperature Change of Ice-Making SENSOR for Eject operation
Classification
-10
-11
-12
-13
-14
-9
-8
-7
D635
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
D636
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
D637
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
MODEL OPTION function
This refrigerator can operate 2 MODEL using one MAIN PCB AssÕy. So, since function of PANEL PCB
and MAIN performance function are to be selected to change by MODEL OPTION of MAIN PCB, the
same specification of PCB should be used on replacement of PCB or the following specification of
MODEL OPTION and H/W OPTION should be applied. On change of MODEL OPTION, POWER
should be OFF and ON for normal operation.
<Table for PCB specification>
MODEL
SR-S25/26NTA
SET function
H.M-CYCLE
(Basic)
MODEL OPTION
on PCB
MO-1,
MO-2
Not used
H/W OPTION specification on PCB
Remark
ICE MAKER OPTION part = not used
C901 ~ C905(104)=JUMP WIRE used
RY74, RY76 = not used
Water supply control DIP S/W = not used
ICE MAKER OPTION part = used (refer
to the following information)
C901 ~ C907 = 104 AXIAL
H.M-CYCLE
C/CAPACITOR used
+
R901 = 12
ICE &
WATER
SR-S24/25/27FTA
DISPENSER
SR-S24/25/(DTA)
+
used
R902,906,907,908 = 1.0
Only MO-2
R903,905 = 10
used
R904 = 10
HOME BAR
(WITHOUT
HOMEBAR)
- J used
- J used
- F used (deviation
1%)
R909,910,911=4.7 - J used
CN90=8P CONNECTOR SMW250-08
used
Water supply control DIP S/W used
D638, 639, 640 used (necessary on the used
of DIP S/W)
Notice
When PCB should be replaced, check the specification described in the above TABLE and use the
regular specification of PCB for normal operation. If possible, avoid remodeling because
function resulted from the change of SPEC may occur.
Information
See the PCB circuit diagram of this manual.
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8-10. PCB SUB AssÕy (INVERTER PCB)
1. EMI circuit
COMMON MODE NOISE is attenuated by CHOKE LFI, NORMAL MODE NOISE and D.C
RESISTANCE.
2. Rectifier circuit
Holding voltage is converted to DC voltage by BRIDGE DIODE.
It is ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITOR and composed of balance circuit
3. First starter circuit
The current converted to DC by C2 is charged to C3 through R3. When more than 35V is charged at C3, the
first switching operation is initiated by sending the current to BASE of Q2 through DAC R1 and D5 maintain
enough potential difference between EMITTER and COLLECTOR of TRQ2 for easy first switching.
4. Switching circuit
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Q2 becomes ON by the current from DAC and then, the current goes through C6 C7 C5
CH1
TR(C E). The current sent to PT1 is held at PT3 and by this holding current, Q2 maintains ON state.
Switching circuit is consisted when OSC COIL becomes saturated by line current, counter-electromotive force
occurs at PT3, electromotive force is held at PT2, and then, Q1 comes to be operated.
5. Resonance output circuit
To make the life-span of fluorescent light bulb longer, supply the filament pre-heat current.
Line current is running through filament
C6
RT1
filament
C5
PT1.
Resistance value is increased at PT1 by running of PTC pre-heat current.
When impedance of PT1 is Higher than impedance of C7, the current runs toward C7 and so, discharge voltage
is permitted to both ends of lamp. And finally, discharge occurs at lamp as a result of resonance of L and C.
C5
PT1.
After LAMP is ON, the resonance current runs through lamp
RT2
6. Guard circuit
On abnormal operation of LAMP or abnormal operation of switching circuit, toward D7, more than 0.7 V of
voltage is held at GATE of SCR and so, SCR operates to block power.
When abnormal voltage or over-voltage is held at power part, FUSE at the primary power circuit is gone to
block the power.
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9. Inverter Component list
NO
Items
Specification
EA
Remark
1
RESISTOR
2W 5% 150 kohm
1
R1
2
RESISTOR
1W 5% 120 ohm
1
R2
3
RESISTOR
1W 5% 560 kohm
2
R3, R4
4
RESISTOR
1/4W 5% 12 kohm
1
R5, R6
5
RESISTOR
1/4W 1% 2.35 ohm
2
R7, R8
6
RESISTOR
1/4W 5% 10 ohm
1
R9
7
RESISTOR
1/4W 5% 8.2 kohm
1
R10
8
ELECT CAPACITOR
450V 10
1
C2
9
ELECT CAPACITOR
6.3V 220
10
PE CAPCITOR
275VAC 0.1
2
C8
(104)
1
C1
11
MYLAR CAPACITOR
12
NPP CAPACITOR
100V 47
(2J 473K)
1
C3
630V 1.0
(2J 102K)
1
C4
13
14
MF CAPACITOR
630V 47
(2J 473K)
1
C5
NPP CAPACITOR
630V 8.2
(2J 822K)
1
C6
15
16
NPP CAPACITOR
630V 3.3
(2J 332K)
GP DIODE
1N4007
17
FASRECOVERY DIODE
1N4937, FR105
2
D8, D9
18
DIAC
N413, NMA64, D30A
1
DAC
19
CHOKE COIL
CORE : EE 1916
COIL : 0.3
L VALUE : 2.6 0.3mH
1
CH1
20
OSC COIL
CORE : AMS-08S-N
TURN : 6:4:4
COIL : 0.3
L VALUE : 50uH OVER
1
PT1
21
NOISE FILTER COIL
CORE : UU1116
COIL : 0.23
L VALUE : 50mH OVER
1
LF1
22
FUSE
250V 2.0A
1
FUSE
23
TRANSISTOR
BUH51
2
Q1, Q2
24
SCR
S1M
1
Q3
25
PTC CERA MITE
307C1414BHMAB
1
RT1
26
PCB
86
1
27
WIRE HARNESS
1
C7
7
D1, D2, D3, D4, D5, D6, D7
(MEDIUM NORMA-TYPE)
50
PLUR HOUSING : 35151-0410
TERMINAL : 35745, 746, 747
748-0110
ÒAÓpart
1
couple
(HOUSING
connecting part)
T.P.A : LOCK 35150-0292
WIRE :
COLOR : BLACK 2, WHITE 2
SIZE : UL1007 AWG20
LENGTH : 85MM
CRIMP HOUSING : BH0640-07
ÒBÓpart (PCB outlet)
CRIMP TERMINAL : BT0604
36
28
WAFER
YW396-03AV
1
INPUT
29
JUMP WIRE
0.6 10MM
2
J1, J2
30
VARISTOR
ANR471D14
1
TNR
31
PE CAPACITOR
630V 10nF(2J103K)
1
C9
10. Troubleshooting
Pre-Check
1. Before repair, check whether POWER CORD is normally connected.
2. Check using the following information.
10-1) When Power is not On,
START
Y
Snapping of 220 V AC FUSE ?
Connection of ends of
N
Replacement of FUSE
POWER CORD
DC-TRANS
1st power
is supplied?
N
Check of wire assembly
connection
Y
DC-TRANS 2nd
power is supplied?
N
Replacement of
DC-TRANS
Y
Snapping of FUSE on
MAIN PCB?
Y
Replacement of FUSE
(AC 220 V 500 mA)
N
DC 5V on MAIN PCB
is coming out?
Voltage measurement
of REG 7085 OUT end
N
Repair Power part on PCB
(Replacement of REG 7805)
Y
N
DC 12V on MAIN PCB
is coming out?
Repair Power part on PCB
(Replacement of REG 7812)
Y
Wire connection of
PANEL PCB is normal?
LEAD WIRE CABI, DOOR
(Connect at hinge-upp)
N
Repair by Wire Connection
(Refer to 1)
Y
N
PANEL PCB is normal?
Replacement of PANEL
PCB
Y
N
RESET IC (ICO2) OUTLET
is DC 5V?
Y
NORMAL
Replacement of RESET IC
37
Pre-Check
1. Compressor does not operate at the first power supply or after compressor is OFF.
2. During defrosting, compressor does not operate.
3. When Freezer sensor is not connected, low-temperature is sensed and so, compressor does not
operate.
10-2) When Compressor and Cooling FAN MOTOR does not operate,
START
5minutes have passed since
COMP OFF?
N
Y
Check after 5 minutes
Y
Refer to 6
Compressor operate by
forced-operation?
(Forced-operation alarm sounds?)
N
Refer to 4
Freezer Sensor
is normal?
MICOM #23 is HIGH?
Replacement of
MICOM and PCB
Open and Repair of
Connection
Y
Temperature
Sensor of MAIN PCB
is normal?
IC03 #16 is LOW(0V)?
Y
Adjustment of Wire, Repair
of Connection state
Y
Replacement of IC03
N
Refer to 2
COMP RELAY is normal?
Replacement of COMP
RELAY
Y
Contact state of
CONNECTOR CN70 and
CN71 is normal?
N
Full insertion of
CONNECTOR
Y
N
COMP ASSÕY is normal?
Y
Wire assembly and Connection state
38
N
Replacement of
COMP ASSÕY
N
Repair of Sensor and
Replacement of PCB
CRITERIA FOR JUDGEMENT
1. When normal refrigeration operation works on the first POWER ON, but troubles with freezing and
refrigerating occur after some time (at defrosting step), there must be something wrong with Defrosting
system and then, check the defrosting system on the basis of this trouble diagnosis.
10-3) When Defrosting does not work,
START
On the basis
of self-diagnosis,F, R defrostsensor is normal?
N
Replacement of the relevant
SENSOR
Y
N
Defrost-heater of F and
R-room are normal?
Check of Temperature FUSE,
snappingof heater itself, and
contact state of wire
Y
Refer to reference no. 3, check of
trouble with load, of this manual
N
Temperature of the relevant
defrost-sensor is below
-5 ?
Perform forced-operation for
some time.
Y
Judge on the basis of reference no. 4
and 8 of this manual
Perform concurrent
forced-defroster of F, R-room
Refer to
7-6) Test function of Main function
Power is supplied to
each defrost-heater?
Y
N
B
A
Information
1. When there are SHORT-type troubles with EVA-SENSOR of F and R, do not charge the defrost-heater and
return to the normal operation after pause. So, if the period of non-operation of the defrost-heater is
accumulated, troubles with freezing and refrigerating may occur.
2. When there is OFF of Thermal-Fuse, a kind of safety gadget, snapping of wire, or troubles with
RELAY on PCB, troubles with freezing and refrigerating may occur because defrosting is caused by the
increase of natural temperature and thus, COMP OFF time becomes longer.
3. When there are OPEN-type troubles with Defrost-Sensor of each F and R, HEATING does not come to
be terminated and Thermal-Fuse, a kind of safety gadget, becomes snapped after some time.
So, since HEATING operation continues to operate and COMP ON does not operate, troubles with freezing
and refrigerating may occur.
39
A
N
After heating
for some time, COMP ON
comes to operate?
If not, re-CHECK of the
relevant sensor.
Y
Normal
When the temperature of the
defrost-sensor for F and R comes
to be more than +5 and +17 ,
respectively, by heating, stop
HEATING and return to COMP
ON after pause time.
B
Connector terminal of
MAIN PCB is normal?
Y
N
Repair of Connector terminal
Problem with RELAY of the relevant
defrost-heater or with PCB
COMP RELAY/NORMAL CLOSE
Check of terminal contact
Replacement of defective
RELAY or PCB ASSÕY
40
See the LOAD OPERATION
CIRCUIT and reference 2. Check
method of RELAY.
10-4) Trouble with self-diagnosis
(1) Trouble with ambient thermal-sensor
START
N
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN32) is normally
inserted?
Y
N
Repair of connector
contact trouble
Ambient thermal-sensor
port is normal?
Y
N
Replacement of thermalsensor
MICOM PIN#60 voltage
input is normal?
Check of MAIN-PCB cold
lead and short
Y
No trouble with PCB and thermal-sensor.
Re-check of connector
contact trouble.
(2) Trouble with thermal-sensor for refrigerator
START
Thermal-sensor
port is normal?
N
Replacement of
thermal-sensor
Y
N
MAIN-PCB connector (CN31)
is normally inserted?
Repair of connector contact
trouble, Re-insertion
Y
N
Wire-Connection
between MAIN-PCB connector(CN31)
sensors is normal?
Y
N
Snapping of wire between
connector and sensor,
CHECK and Repair
MICOM PIN#56 voltage
input is normal?
Y
No trouble with PCB and
thermal-sensor. Re-check of
connector contact trouble.
Check of cold lead, short,
lead Touch
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(3) Trouble with defrost-sensor for refrigerator (Bimetal)
START
N
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN31) is normally
inserted?
Repair of connector (CN31)
contact trouble, Re-insertion
Y
N
Defrost-sensor port
is normal?
Replacement of
thermal-sensor
Y
Connection
between Defrost-sensor and
Connector is normal?
N
Repair of non-insertion of
connector and contact trouble
Y
MICOM PIN#57
voltage input is normal?
N
Check of cold lead, short,
lead Touch
Y
No trouble with PCB and
thermal-sensor.
Re-check of connector contact trouble.
(4) Trouble with thermal-sensor for freezer
START
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN30) is normally
inserted?
N
Repair of connector (CN30)
contact trouble, Re-insertion
Y
Thermal-sensor
port for freezer
is normal?
N
Replacement of
thermal-sensor
Y
Connection between
sensor of the freezing room and
connector is normal?
N
Repair of connector contact
trouble, Re-insertion
Y
MICOM PIN#58 voltage
input is normal?
N
Y
42
No trouble with PCB and
thermal-sensor.
Re-check of connector contact trouble.
Check of cold lead,
short, lead Touch
(5) Trouble with defrost-sensor for freezer(Bimetal)
START
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN30) is normally
inserted?
N
Repair of connector (CN30)
contact trouble, Re-insertion
Y
Defrost-sensor
port for freezer
is normal?
N
Replacement of
thermal-sensor
Y
Connection
between defrost-sensor and
connector is normal?
N
Repair of connector contact
trouble, Re-insertion
Y
MICOM
PIN#59 voltage input
is normal?
Y
N
Check of cold lead,
short, lead Touch
No trouble with PCB and
thermal-sensor. Re-check of
connector contact trouble.
43
10-5) When alarm continues to sound,
(1) When Ding-Dong sounds continuously,
START
Any trace of the
permeation of water in
DOOR S/W
N
Y
Input voltage
at MICOM Pin #48, #49
is changed?
Replacement of DOOR S/W
N
(On DOOR OPEN/CLOSE)
Repair of wire snapping and
trouble with DOOR S/W
Y
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN30, 31) is normally
inserted?
N
Repair of connector contact
trouble, Re-insertion
Y
N
DOOR S/W itself is normal?
Y
Replacement of DOOR S/W
No trouble with MAIN PCB
and DOOR S/W
Information
44
DOOR OPEN alarm for the Freezer/Refrigerator sound for 10 seconds 2 minutes after the
first DOOR OPEN and then, continues to sound for 10 seconds at 1-minute interval when the
DOOR is in open. (Ding-Dong sounds 10 times)
If water or moisture permeates DOOR S/W, the contact of DOOR S/W comes to be SHORT.
At that case, DOOR is perceived to be in OPEN by MICOM and alarm continues.
When this situation continues for 10 minutes, the inside lamp of the freezer is turned OFF.
The lamp does not come to be ON when the door comes to open actually.
If DOOR S/W is wetted and the contact becomes rotten, the signals indicating DOOR OPEN is
not inputted to MICOM and so, the lamp is in OFF and DOOR OPEN alarm does not sound.
(2) When ÒPeepÓ continues to sound,
START
N
Whether
Forced-Defrost or Forced-Operation
is selected?
Cancellation of Forced-Defrost
or Forced-Operation
Y
Buzzer sounds in spite
of re-POWER ON?
Y
N
MAIN-PCB is normal
Check of Connector
(CN40), lead TOUCH, insertion
of particles, SHORT
Information
ÒPeepÓ alarm does not sound except the case of Forced-Operation, Forced-Defrost, and finding
of abnormal things during Self-Diagnosis.
On the finding of abnormal things during Self-Diagnosis, the relevant things can be found on
PANEL-DISPLAY. If PANEL-DISPLAY is normal and ÒPeepÓ continues to sound, it is most
likely that Forced-Operation or Forced-Defrost is selected.
(3) When PANEL-DISPLAY does not turn on,
START
N
Connector
insertion of Hinge-Upp Cover
is normal?
Y
Re-insertion of Connector,
Repair of Contact trouble
N
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN50) is normally
inserted?
Y
Re-insertion of
MAIN-PCB connector
N
Connector
insertion at PANEL-DISPENSER
part is normal?
Y
Replacement of PANEL-DISPLAY
Re-insertion of Connector,
Repair of contact trouble
45
(4) When KEY selection of PANEL DISPLAY does not work,
START
N
Insertion of
Hinge-Upp PIN#11 of the Freezer
is normal?
Repair using the instruction
in Reference No. 1 Connection
Diagram of CABINET-DOOR
Re-insertion of Connector,
Repair of Contact trouble
Y
N
MAIN-PCB
connector (CN50) is normally
inserted?
Y
Connector
insertion at PANEL PCB
is normal?
N
Re-insertion of
MAIN-PCB connector,
Repair of trouble
Re-insertion of Connector,
Repair of trouble
Y
N
Whether
more than one KEY is pushed
continuously?
Reassembly of PCB BASE
Solve the squeezed part
Y
Operation does not start
ZD501,502
on MAIN PCB is SHORT
type fault?
Y
N
GRID signal
is inputted to MICOM
PORT #1, #2?
On push of button, check
if the signal is inputted.
Replacement of ZD501, 502
N
Y
Replacement of the relevant button
on PANEL-DISPLAY or Replacement
of PANEL ASSÕY PCB
46
Replacement of
MAIN PCB ASSÕY
10-6) When FAN does not operate,
(1) When FAN of the Freezer (F-FAN) does not operate (and COMP is operated normally
by the temperature),
START
Y
COMP is OFF?
N
Perform the Forced-Operation
Open the DOOR of the Freezer
N
F-FAN is OFF?
Check of sensor circuit related
with F-DOOR S/W on PCB
Y
On push of
F-DOOR S/W, FAN operates
after delay?
Determine and Repair on the
basis of Reference No. 5)
Check method of DOOR S/W
Y
N
Power
is supplied to FAN
ends?
F-FAN is normal
Y
N
Refer to Reference No. 2)
Check of RELAY Check of F-FAN
RELAY on MAIN PCB
Replacement of PCB ASSÕY
CN70 on PCB
is normally inserted?
Y
Replacement of faulted FAN
N
Re-insertion of Connector
CN70 on PCB is normally inserted?
Information
ÒCheck of Cooling Fan, make sure that perform the check while Forced-Operation is selected.Ó
1. On OFF of COMP, cooling FAN of the Freezer (F-FAN), cooling FAN of the Refrigerator(R-FAN), COMP,
and COMP COOLING FAN maintain OFF state. But, for some time,
R-FAN may be operated by the natural defrosting function in spite of COMP OFF.
(The operation of R-FAN depend on the temperature of the Refrigerator.)
2. In spite of Forced-Operation state, R-FAN is not always ON (including normal operation).
When the temperature of the Refrigerator reaches the set temperature, R-FAN maintains OFF state.
3. When Doors of the Freezer and Refrigerator Open and then Close, each FAN operates after delay.
It means that, on DOOR OPEN during FAN operation, FAN stops immediately and on Close,
FAN operates after 1-minute delay (when the ambient temperature is more than 35 ).
47
(2) When FAN of the Refrigerator (R-FAN) does not operate (and the temperature of
the Refrigerator is sensed normally),
START
Y
COMP is OFF?
N
Perform the Forced-Operation
Open the DOOR of the Refrigerator
Make the temperature of the
Refrigerator increase
N
R-FAN is OFF?
Check of sensor circuit related
with R-DOOR S/W on PCB
Y
On push of
R-DOOR S/W, FAN operates
after delay?
Determine and Repair on
the basis of Reference No. 5)
Check method of DOOR S/W
Y
N
Power
is supplied to FAN
ends?
R-FAN is normal
Y
N
Refer to Reference No. 2)
Check of RELAY
CN71
on PCB is normally
inserted?
Y
Check of R-FAN RELAY on
MAIN PCB
Replacement PCB ASSÕY
48
Replacement of faulted FAN
N
Re-insertion of Connector
Caution
Since about 300 V/DC converted from the inputted power to INVERTER PCB is supplied,
replace when the power is OFF.
10-7) When the fluorescent lamp (the interior lamp of the Refrigerator) is not on,
START
Connector
(4PIN) inside the R-Room is
normally inserted?
Lamp Case of the upper side
of the Refrigerator
N
Y
Filament of the lamp
is snapped?
Re-insertion of Connector
Y
N
N
Check and Repair of R-DOOR S/W
R-DOOR S/W contact
is normal?
Y
Fluorescent heater
is normal?
Check according to the method
in Reference No. 5)
Check method of DOOR S/W
Replacement of the lamp
Y
N
Only for information
(cannot be repaired)
Replacement of INVERTER PCB
Information
1. Since voltage supplied to the fluorescent lamp is high-frequency, operation cannot be checked
using the generally used Volt-Ohm-Milliammeter (VOM).
2. On the replacement of the fluorescent lamp, the lamp does not come to be ON temporary.
So, check again after the replacement and 30 seconds after closing the door.
3. Connector is connected between R-DOOR S/W, voltage input terminal of Inverter PCB, and the lamp.
If there is any trouble with the lamp, at first check the contact fault.
49
Caution
1. Since there is the possibility of electric shock while replacing the inside lamp of the Freezer,
the power should be OFF to repair.
2. Be careful of burning because the glow lamp generates heat.
10-8) When the inside lamp of the Freezer is not on,
START
Connector
(2PIN) inside the F-Room is
normally inserted?
Lamp Case of the upper side
of the Freezer
N
Y
Filament of the lamp
is snapped?
Re-insertion of Connector
Y
N
N
Check and Repair of F-DOOR S/W
Check according to the
method in Reference No. 5)
Check method of DOOR S/W
Replacement of the lamp
F-DOOR S/W contact
is normal?
Y
MAIN-PCB
connector CN70 is normally
inserted?
Y
N
Re-insertion of Connector
Repair of F-LAMP RELAY on MAIN
PCB and Replacement of ASSÕY
Information
50
1. Inside lamp of the Freezer is regulated by transferring OPEN/CLOSE signal by F-DOOR
S/W to MICOM and controlling ON/OFF by RELAY regulation at MICOM.
2. When F-DOOR is in open for 10 minutes, the lamp is automatically OFF to avoid the possible danger.
Pre-Check
1. Before repair, at first check whether the power of the consent is normal or whether the power
cord is normally connected.
2. Handle with care since High Voltage is supplied to the inverter circuit and high voltage
and high frequency are discharged.
10-9) Trouble with Fluorescent Lamp and Repair method
START
N
R-Room Door is open?
Y
Voltage is
supplied to the input of
the inverter?
Rated voltage?
Open R-Room
N
Check of R-DOOR
S/W and L/W
Y
N
Lamp itself is normal?
Y
Replacement of the lamp
Replacement of INVETER PCB
Information
Fluorescent lamp turns ON/OFF by supplying power to INVERTER through ON/OFF
of R-Room Door S/W. Since the replaced lamp does not turn on immediately, open and close
the R-Room Door repeatedly.
Fluorescent lamp is connected to heater. This heater interlocks with R-FAN.
This heater is for improving the trouble of turn-on under the cold condition and there may be
trouble with the lamp caused by the heater. So, it is better to check the snapping of the heater, if necessary.
51
10-10) When Cube and Crushed ice are not made properly,
(When Cube ice is not made in spite of the selection of CUBE ICE,)
START
Y
Cube Ice
is made by the selection of
CUBE ICE
N
F-Room Door is in open?
If so, close the door.
Y
Cube Ice is
dispensed on the operation of
ICE-LEVER?
N
MICOM PORT
#19 on MAIN PCB is
HIGH?
N
Replacement of MAIN
PCB ASSÕY
Y
N
RELAY RY76 is ON?
Y
CURSH MOTOR
of the Freezer, SOLENOID
operates normally?
Replacement of RELAY RY76
N
LEAD WIRE CHECK and
Repair the relevant part
Y
N
Water is normally supplied?
Y
Re-Check the water supply time
Normal
Information
52
When operation system is normal and there is no ice in ice tray, ice is not dispensed.
So, check once more if there is ice in the tray.
10-11) When Light of Dispenser does not operate,
START
N
LIGHT LAMP is normal?
Y
MICOM PORT
#17 on MAIN PCB is
HIGH (DC5V)?
On the selection
of light
Replacement of LAMP
N
Check MICOM,
Replacement of PCB
Y
IC03 PORT
#12 is less than DC1V?
N
Check and
Replacement of IC03
Y
Contact of
LIGHT RELAY RY74
is ON?
Y
N
Replacement of
RELAY RY74
Contact state of CONNECTOR
CN72 on PCB other wire connection
state, Contact trouble of Connector
of Hinge-Upp of the Freezer,
other things
Information
Lamp function turns off automatically after 20 seconds when there is no OFF signal for 20 seconds after the
selection of Lamp function. It is operated by operating LIGHT RELAY (RY74) on MAIN PCB and so, when
there are troubles with RELAY and wire connection, light may not be on. So, check RELAY operation and
the snapping of LAMP itself.
53
11. Instruction of ICE-MAKER operation and Troubleshooting
11-1) Instruction of ICE-MAKER operation
START
Operation to make horizontality of the ice tray on
the first power-on or the return from the
suspension of electric supply.
Y
Horizontality?
N
Eject Motor stop
Reverse rotation
of Eject motor
Delay of 1 Cycle
(below -10 )
Eject step
On the finish of Ice-making, ice made in the tray
is ejected while checking the signal change of
the HOR/INV S/W and LEVER S/W and the
changing time.
Water-supply
step
On the finish of Ice-making, water is supplied to
ICE-TRAY by WATER-VALVE.
Ice-Making step
TEST step
54
By delay of 1 cycle, Eject starts after about 2
hours, regardless of water supply to the ice tray.
From the finish of Water supply to the finish of
Ice-making.
This is done by dual check of the temperature
and time of Ice-making sensor.
This is for the case of the need of ForcedOperation for the purpose of Operation TEST,
A/S, Cleaning and so on. This step performs
Ice-Making and Eject operation continuously,
prior to all other operations.
11-2) ICE-MAKER function(FTA/DTA)
This is an instruction about the function of ICE-MAKER, which is optional.
ICE-MAKER makes ice automatically and continually. The automatic ice maker makes and store
ice in the ice storage bin. ICE-DISPENSER (FTA/DTA) is a model which dispenses ice made to the
outside through the freezer compartment door.
1. First operation function
1) When Power is off and on again, there is no operation for 2 seconds. And then, after
initialization of MICOM, the horizontality of ICE-TRAY is sensed.
2) By ON/OFF of HOR/INV S/W (ÒHIGHÓ/ÓLOWÓ), the horizontality of ICE-TRAY is sensed.
In other words, as shown in the following table, HOR/INV S/W and LEVER S/W are OFF and
then, HIGH voltage (usually DC 5V) is under supplying or is to be supplied to MICOM PIN NO
#50 and #51 by operating Eject Motor to make ICE-TRAY in horizontality.
3) If ICE-TRAY is sensed to be in a horizontality, stand-by for 2 hours (1 cycle time) is maintained.
This means that stand-by for horizontality of the ice-tray is maintained for 2 hours after the first
POWER ON.
4) After 2 hours of stand-by, the temperature is sensed by the ice-maker sensor at the bottom side
of ICE-TRAY and when -10 continues for more than 5 minutes, eject function operates to drop
the made ice in the ice tray into the ice storage bin by twisting the tray. This eject operation
performs regardless of the presence of ice in the ice tray.
<Table of Horizontality Sensing>
HOR / INV
LEVER S/W
Judgement of Horizontality
ON(ÒLOWÓ)
ON(ÒLOWÓ)
No Horizontality
ON(ÒLOWÓ)
OFF(ÒHIGHÓ)
No Horizontality
OFF(ÒHIGHÓ)
ON(ÒLOWÓ)
No Horizontality(Full ice horizontality)
OFF(ÒHIGHÓ)
OFF(ÒHIGHÓ)
Horizontality
Remarks
( ) MICOM relevant PORT
Horizontality PIN #51
(horizontality), 50
(check-ice)
OFF : 4.5V
ON : 0.5V
2. Water supply function
1) After Eject function (first eject operation, normal eject operation and eject operation of TEST
function) is finished and the horizontality of ICE-TRAY is sensed, water is supplied to the
ice-maker by operating the water solenoid at the machine room on the time-check basis.
Model
Water Supply
Model with Dispenser function
(FTA/DTA)
Refer to
OPTION
function
Time Remarks
Amount of Water supply may be changed by
OPTION function and water pressure. (Normally,
80 to 120cc is supplied by each time OPTION.)
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3. Ice-making function
Ice-making, which operates until the finish of ice-making in ICE-TRAY after water supply,
issensed by the temperature sensed by Ice-Maker Sensor (may be changed by OPTION).
1) Check the temperature of Ice-Maker Sensor 90 minutes after water is supplied to Ice-Tray.
2) When -10 continues to be sensed by Ice-Maker Sensor for more than 5 minutes, ice-making is
perceived to be finished.
4. Eject function
Eject function is to dispense the made ice in the ICE-TRAY after the finish of ice-making.
1) At first, ON/OFF state of LEVER S/W is checked to CHECK whether the Ice-Tray is in Full ice
horizontality. When LEVER S/W is in ON state (MICOM PIN #5001ÓLOWÓ), indicating the Full
ice horizontality, Eject does not operate and is in stand-by. Eject starts to operate 20 minutes after
the change of ON to OFF of LEVER S/W.
2) If it is not the Full ice horizontality (LEVER S/W OFF = MICOM PIN NO #50 ÒHIGHÓ), Eject
operation starts immediately. At this time, the Eject operation dispenses ice from the Ice-Tray by
rotating clockwise the Eject Motor and then, twisting the Ice-Tray to the maximum. By the Eject
operation, Check-Ice Lever performs automatically the ascending operation.
3) The maximum twisted state is sensed by the operation of HOR/INVERTER S/W and LEVER S/W. In
Eject condition with horizontality, HOR/INVERTER S/W and Check-Ice are all OFF and Eject operates
by rotating clockwise Eject Motor. While Eject Motor is operating, HOR/INVERTER S/W is changed
from OFF to ON after about 1 second and LEVER S/W is changed to ON after about 3.3 seconds.
When LEVER S/W is not changed to ON even after 6 seconds, problems with MOTOR or LEVER
S/W are perceived and so, Eject operation stops to return to the horizontality.
4) When LEVER S/W is ON at the time that HOR/INVERTER S/W is changed to OFF from ON 15 seconds
before the start of clockwise operation of Motor, it is the maximum twisted point.
When HOR/INVERTER S/W is not changed to OFF from ON even after 15-second operation of Motor,
problems with HOR/INVERTER S/W or MOTOR are perceived and Eject operation stops to return
to the horizontality.
5)At the time of the maximum twisted state of the Ice-Tray, operation stops for 2 seconds.
6) Counter clockwise rotation of Eject Motor makes the Ice Tray return to the horizontality.
At this time, Check-Ice Lever descends to sense the storage state of ice.
7) On the horizontality, Cycle of Water Supply
repeats.
Ice-Making
Eject
Return to horizontality
Timing Chart of Eject Operation
Delay time (2 seconds)
Maximum Twisted Point
HOR/INV S/W
LEVER S/W
Clockwise rotation of Motor
Counter Clockwise
rotation of Motor
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
1.2 sec
3.3 sec
Horizontality
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1 sec
2 sec
8.3 sec
6.8 sec
8.3 sec
Return to
horizontality
5. TEST function
This is for the case of the Forced-Operation for the purpose of Operation TEST, A/S, and Cleaning
and TEST function operates when TEST S/W implemented with the Ice-Maker itself is pushed for
more than 1.5 second.
1) TEST function does not operate in the case of the Eject operation, Horizontality Noise, WaterSupply Operation, and Full Ice state. The function operates only in the case of horizontality and
OFF of Lever S/W after cancellation of Full Ice.
2) With the horizontality, by pushing TEST button for more than 1.5 second, Eject operates
immediately regardless of the ice-making condition in the Ice-Tray. So, when the water is not
frozen and TEST function is operated, water will be poured out. After Eject operation and with
Horizontality noise operation, 1 CYCLE of water-supply operates. Therefore, Eject operation,
Horizontality operation, and trouble with water-supply can be checked by TEST button. If TEST
function operates normally, ÒDing-DongÓ sounds and water-supply function operates. So, if there
is no ÒDing-DongÓ sounds, check and repair should be performed.
3) On the finish of water-supply, normal CYCLE of Ice-making
Water-supply operates.
Eject
Return to Horizontality
<Cases when TEST function does not operate>
No
Items
Method to operate
01
On operation
When Eject, Horizontality noise, or
Water-supply is operating, after the finish of the operation.
02
On Full Ice
After removal of ice in the Ice-Tray
Remarks
Check-Ice Lever ON
OFF
6. Function by F-Room DOOR OPEN
This is to minimize the noise by stopping the operation when F-Room DOOR opens.
1) When F-Room Door opens during the operation of Eject or Horizontality noise, operation
stops immediately at that time. With the door closed, normal operation starts again.
2) While water is supplying, normal operation continues, regardless of F-Room DOOR OPEN.
3) So, when TRAY is slanted or is tilted against the level on the check by opening F-Room Door, it
means the stop by F-Room Door OPEN during Horizontality operation. Therefore, close F-Room
Door and allow to return to the Horizontality after water-supply. 30 seconds after F-Room Door is
closed, check the Horizontality and if not, it may be judged to have something wrong.
When terminated by opening of F-Room Door, also TEST function does not operate and operates
after the finish of water supply.
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11-3) ICE-MAKER CIRCUIT(On the model with Ice-Maker)
RED
BLK
WHT
WHT
GRY
REFERRENCE
RED-RED
BLU-BLUE
GRY-GRAY
WHT-WHITE
BLK-BLACK
VLT-VIOLET
L/BLULIGHT BLUE
BLU
VLT
L/BLU
The above ICE-MAKER circuit is a circuit diagram of KIT in the Freezer.
Operation of AC solenoid at Machine Room through RELAY and then, opening and closing of
VALVE supplies water to the ICE-TRAY.
This circuit is H/W for the function of Eject, Horizontality noise, Ice-Making Thermal-Sensing,
and Full-Ice Sensing.
Thermal-Sensing part of this circuit is the same as that of MAIN H/W and circuit of HOR/INV S/W,
LEVER S/W is the same as that of DOOR S/W of MAIN H/W.
So, only circuit of EJECT MOTOR operation is described as follows.
By rotating clockwise Motor, HIGH signals outputted from MICOM PORT NO #9 is inputted to
IC05 and by output from IC05 17, the current is supplied to IC04 through MOTOR.
At this time, since terminals of IC04 is connected with CCW PORT, IC04 output PORT turns ON and
MOTOR operates counter-clockwise by the current to GROUND.
On the clockwise operation, CW PORT #8 is outputted as HIGH and Eject, Horizontality noise and so on are
operated by the clockwise operation of the relevant IC PORT.
For the instruction of the above circuit related with detailed operation, refer to the function description of ICEMAKER of this SVC MANUAL.
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11-4) Troubleshooting of ICE-MAKER
N
DC power
(5V,12V) is outputted
normally?
Power Terminal
CHECK
Power terminal
trouble
Replacement
of MAIN PCB
Y
N
Ice-Tray is in
Horizontality?
Disassembly of
Connector
as described in
Reference No. 7
Y
Resistance value
between ends of Eject motor
18 to 22 ?
N
Trouble with
Motor
, is
Y
N
TEST S/W (
KIT CHECK
(CN90 terminal
WIRE HARNESS)
ends) is OPEN?
Trouble with
TEST S/W
Y
HOR/INV S/W( ,
is OPEN?
ends)
N
Trouble with
MICRO S/W
Y
LEVER S/W( , ends)
is OPEN?
N
Trouble with
MICRO S/W
Y
SENSOR CHECK
(Reference No. 4)
( ,
Eject sensor
ends) is within the table
of Ref. No. 8?
N
Trouble with
Eject Sensor
Y
Operation CHECK
On push of TEST
S/W for more than 1.5 sec.
N
Eject and return to Horizontality operate
normally and ÓDing-DongÓ
sounds one time?
Trouble with
KIT ASSÕY
Y
Normal
Replacement of
KIT ASSÕY
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11-5) Designation of major components of Ice-Maker
ICE-MAKER, KIT
(EJECT-MOTOR)
SUPT-RUBBER
(EJECT-SENSOR)
HOR-SWITCH
(TRAY-ICE)
LEVER-SWITCH
SCREW
TEST-SWITCH
FIXER-SENSOR
KNOB-TOUCH
GUIDE-ICE
COVER-SENSOR
11-6) Operation of Ice-Maker
1. Connect the water-supply line to the supplying valve of the refrigerator to supply water.
(See the water tube connection procedure)
2. Push bucket to the end so that guide-ice of ice-maker is not in contact with the end of bucket.
(If the end of bucket is in contact with the guide-ice of the ice-maker, the ice-maker will determine
that there is enough ice and does not make ice thereafter.)
3. With a newly installed refrigerator, allow about 6 hours for the refrigerator to make ice normally and
discard the made ice for some times to remove impurities.
4. To get enough ice stored in the storage bin, use the ice dispenser normally after operating the
ice-maker for about 24 hours.
Push the bucket to the end so that the
GUIDE-ICE of the ICE-MAKER is not in
contact with the end of bucket.
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11-7) Disassembly of Ice Maker
1. Pull out the bucket from the freezer.
2. Disassemble the SUPT-ICE MAKER, which fixes the ice-maker, and the wire housing in the
rear of the maker.
3. Disassemble by lifting the SUPT-ICE and FIXER-CASE in the front of the maker up ( direction)
and pulling the ICE-MAKER KIT out to the front ( direction).
(Do not disassemble each component of the ICE-MAKER KIT. Otherwise, the setting value
may be changed.)
Wire housing
11-8) Assembly of Ice-Maker
1. Fit the rear rising of the ICE-MAKER KIT to the front slot of the TRAY ICE.
2. Lift FIXER-CASE at the front of the SUPT-ICE MAKER up. (
direction)
3. Place the top rising of the ICE-MAKER KIT to the slot of SUPT-ICE MAKER for insertion.
4. Push the front of the ICE-MAKER KIT while maintaining the position.
(Be careful. If you overpush the ICE-MAKER KIT, the fixed rising of the SUPT-ICE MAKER
may be damaged.)
5. When the front of the ICE-MAKER KIT is sagging, it means the assembly is not right. At that case,
perform the assembly again.
REAR RISING
FRONT SLOT
FIXER-CASE
FIXED RISING
ICE MAKER KIT TOP RISING
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12. References
Reference No. 1) Connection diagram of CABINET-DOOR
Connection at Hinge-Upp of the Freezer
Black
Black
Brown
Brown
Red
Red
Orange
Orange
Yellow
Yellow
Pink
Pink
Blue
Blue
Violet
Violet
Gray
Gray
White
White
Light-Blue
Light-Blue
Reference No. 2) Check of RELAY
3 contact
2 contact
Measure after
disassembly
At first, disconnect the housing connected
to the LOAD connector (MAIN PCB CN70,
71, 72) and then check and measure the
following things.
1. Measure the voltage of COIL ends to check
operation.
2. Measure the resistance of Contact ends to
check ON/OFF.
COIL ends
Contact class
Voltage at COIL ends Contact ends judgement
COIL ends
< RELAY Movable contact (make) >
Example) C
NO
COMMON, NC
NORMAL OPEN
NORMAL CLOSE,
3 Contact
About DC 12V
(Operation
condition)
RELAY
About DC 0V
(Stop condition)
2 Contact
RELAY
CLOSE between C and NO
OPEN between C and NC
OPEN between C and NO
CLOSE between C and NC
About DC 12V
CLOSE
About DC 0V
OPEN
3. If Contacts does not operate as described
in the above table, replace the relevant
RELAY.
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Reference No. 3) Check of LOAD
Measure after disassembly
Red
Gray
F-Defrost heater
F-ROOM LAMP
F-FAN
After disconnect of the power cord from
power consent and of the connectors, CN70,
71 and 72 from MAIN PCB, measure the
followings.
1. Measure the resistance value between the
load terminal and terminal as follows to
judge the abnormality of load and wire
connection.
R-FAN
R-Defrost heater
COMP & FAN
Load
Measuring terminals
Judgement
F-Defrost heater
CN70
and CN71
means OPEN fault of connection and Thermal-Fuse.
R-Defrost heater
CN70
and CN71
means OPEN fault of connection and Thermal-Fuse.
F-Fan Motor
CN70
and CN71
means OPEN fault of wire connection and Thermal COIL solid wire.
R-Fan Motor
CN70 and CN71
means OPEN fault of wire connection and Thermal COIL solid wire.
On check of load according to the above measuring method, find out the measuring terminals at load
ends using the circuit diagram and perform the check.
Reference No. 4) Check method of various sensor
After disconnect the connector from MAIN PCB,
measure the resistance value at the sensor
terminals as follows.
Freezer sensor
Yellow
F-Defrost sensor
Blue
Refrigerator
sensor
Gray
R-Defrost
sensor
Violet
Ambient
Sensor
White
White
White
Ice-Maker
sensor
Measure after disassembly
1. Measure the resistance value between the
Freezer Sensor CN30 and .
2. Measure the resistance value between the
Refrigerator Sensor CN31 and .
3. Measure the resistance value between the
F-Defrost Sensor CN30 and .
4. Measure the resistance value between the
R-Defrost Sensor CN31 and .
5. Measure the resistance value between the
Ambient Sensor CN32
and .
6. Measure the resistance value between the
Ice-Maker Sensor CN90 and .
7. Compare the resulted value with the
temperature of each sensor and the conversion
table of the resistance and voltage of sensor
related according to the temperature described
in the Reference No.8 of this manual and
then, judge whether there is any problem.
When the value is resulted to be
or 0 ,
check carefully the connected state of the wires.
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Reference No. 5) Check method of DOOR S/W
Perform the check when the power is supplied.
DOOR S/W is consisted of 2 contacts
circuit. 1 contact senses DOOR OPEN/
CLOSE at PCB by DC 5V and another has a
role of ON/OFF of the inside lamp.
Measuring
terminal
Measuring
terminal
To Fluorescent Lamp
(Lamp Inside the Refrigerator)
1. Since there is a fluorescent lamp in the Refrigerator, at first, open the door of the Refrigerator
to check whether the lamp is normally on. If normally on, check whether the lamp is normally
off by pushing DOOR S/W while R-DOOR is opened.
If there is any problem, check DOOR S/W of the refrigerator.
2. Fluorescent lamp of HOME BAR is also to become ON by DOOR S/W when the door is opened.
If the lamp does not come to be ON by the opening of HOME BAR, check HOME BAR S/W.
(Refrigerator DOOR OPEN SENSOR at MAIN PCB)
1. Check the voltage by placing (+) terminal on
and (-) terminal on
of CN31.
2. If about DC 5V is measured on Refrigerator DOOR OPEN, it is normal.
3. If about DC 0V is measured on Refrigerator DOOR CLOSE, it is normal.
When there is any problem, check the wire connection and DOOR S/W.
4. HOME BAR S/W does not have DOOR OPEN Sensor.
(Lamp Inside the Freezer)
1. There is a generally used glow lamp in the Freezer. This lamp is controlled not by the contact of
DOOR S/W, but by RELAY on MAIN PCB. DOOR S/W senses DOOR OPEN/CLOSE of the
door of the Freezer. One contact is used to control the Ice-Dispenser.
Check the lamp inside the Freezer according to the method described in the above.
(Freezer DOOR OPEN SENSOR at MAIN PCB)
1. Check the voltage by placing (+) terminal on
and (-) terminal on
of CN30.
2. If about DC 0V is measured on Freezer DOOR OPEN, it is normal.
3. If about DC 5V is measured on Freezer DOOR CLOSE, it is normal.
When there is any problem, check the wire connection and DOOR S/W.
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1. Beside check of DOOR S/W, check the lamp itself inside Freezer and Freezer Lamp Control RELAY on PCB.
2. Also, check the lamp inside Refrigerator and INVERTER PCB.
3. Since Freezer and Refrigerator uses different contacts for DOOR OPEN sensing, OFF contact is used when
Freezer is closed and ON contact is used when Refrigerator is closed.
Reference No. 6) Forced-Operation and Forced-Defrost Procedure
<Forced-Operation>
This is a function for the immediate operation
of COMP and F-FAN regardless of the
temperature inside the Freezer.
TEST S/W on
PCB
1. Forced-Operation will be started by
pushing a button on MAIN PCB located at
the top of the refrigerator.
2. Buzzer sounds.
<Forced-Defrost>
This is a function for the operation of
R-Defrost or the concurrent operation of
F and R Defrost regardless of the setting
for defrosting.
<Exploded views>
1. With Forced-Operation operated, one more
push of button is for Defrost in only
Refrigerator. One more push of button is for
the concurrent Defrost both in Refrigerator
and Freezer.
2. Also, on Forced-Defrost, buzzer sounds.
3. For cancellation, power OFF and then, ON.
Reference No. 7) Check method of Ice-Maker Kit
<Eject Motor Check>
Check Method for Motor when EJECT
MOTOR does not operate.
Measuring
terminal
1. Disconnect CN90 from MAIN PCB.
2. Check the resistance value between and
of CN90, connector, of Load Terminals.
3. If the resistance value is between 18 and
22 , it is normal.
4. If the value is 0 , it is SHORT fault. Check
the wire connection state and Motor.
5. If the value is , it is OPEN type and
check the wire connection line.
Measure
after
Disassembly
<TEST Operation method>
Gear Box
This is for check whether the Motor operates
normally and whether water is normally
supplied.
MOTOR
PCB PANEL
8 Pieces of Wire
TEST S/W
1. When S/W in the KIT inside the Freezer is
pushed, TEST operation will starts. More
detailed instruction of Test operation, refer to
the section of the ICE-MAKER TEST functions.
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Reference No. 8) Conversion table of the resistance and voltage of sensor according to the temperature
Voltage inputted to MICOM PORT may vary according to the H/W composition and this
specification is the standardized one for the voltage on the use of 10 -F of the potential divider
resistance.
On SENSOR OPEN, the voltage of the relevant MICOM PORT : about DC 5V (Vcc LEVEL)
On SENSOR SHORT, the voltage of the relevant MICOM PORT : about DC 0V (GROUND LEVEL)
Temp Resistance(
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)
Voltage(V)
Temp Resistance(
)
Voltage(V)
Temp Resistance(
)
Voltage(V)
-35
68.648
4.364
-12
21.814
3.428
11
8.345
2.274
-34
65.011
4.333
-11
20.848
3.397
12
8.032
2.227
-33
61.595
4.301
-10
19.932
3.329
13
7.732
2.180
-32
58.384
4.268
-09
19.062
3.279
14
7.446
2.134
-31
55.366
4.235
-08
18.237
3.229
15
7.172
2.088
-30
52.526
4.2
-07
17.453
3.178
16
6.910
2.043
-29
49.854
4.164
-06
16.709
3.127
17
6.659
1.998
-28
47.337
4.127
-05
16.001
3.076
18
6.420
1.954
-27
44.967
4.09
-04
15.328
3.025
19
6.190
1.911
-26
42.733
4.051
-03
14.688
2.974
20
5.970
1.869
-25
40.626
4.012
-02
14.080
2.923
21
5.759
1.827
-24
38.640
3.972
-01
14.501
2.872
22
5.557
1.786
-23
36.765
3.93
00
12.949
2.821
23
5.363
1.745
-22
34.995
3.888
01
12.424
2.77
24
5.178
1.705
-21
33.323
3.845
02
11.924
2.719
25
5.000
1.666
-20
31.743
3.802
03
11.447
2.668
26
4.829
1.628
-19
30.250
3.757
04
10.993
2.618
27
4.665
1.590
-18
28.838
3.712
05
10.559
2.567
28
4.508
1.553
-17
27.502
3.666
06
10.146
2.518
29
4.357
1.517
-16
26.237
3.62
07
9.752
2.468
30
4.212
1.481
-15
25.040
3.573
08
9.375
2.419
31
4.072
1.446
-14
23.906
3.525
09
9.016
2.37
32
3.938
1.412
-13
22.832
3.477
10
8.673
2.322
33
3.810
1.379
13. Disassembly method of the refrigerator
13-1) How to disassemble the freezer and refrigerator
FTA / DTA
Ice-maker
Interior Lamp(REF)
Cover-Guard
Remove the cover by rotating( ) driver.
Remove the lamp by pulling it out and replace new one.
After covering, assemble by rotating( ) driver toward the arrow direction.
While pushing the cover to the left, slide it
out by lifting it up.
While supporting the ice-maker at front, lift
it slightly toward direction and pull it
straight out toward direction.
Shelf(REF)
While drawing the shelf out, slide it out by
lifting it up.
Interior Lamp(FRE)
Guide-Bottle(REF)
While pushing toward direction using(-) driver
or the likes, make the lamp cover free.
Remove the lamp cover by pulling it down toward
direction while holding the back of the cover.
After replacement of the lamp, push the font of the
lamp cover back and then the back.
Case-Baskel and Tray Ice
After removing the Case-Basket by pulling it
out, pull the Tray Ice out.
While holding the Guide-Bottle, disassemble
it by lifting it up.
Cover-Tray Water
After opening the doors of the freezer and
refrigerator, disassemble the Cover-Tray Water by
turnig three screws.
When assembling
the Cover-Tray
Water, make it fit
to three slots and
assemble by
turning three
screws.
Case-Veg(LOW) and its cover
Disassemble it by drawing it and lifting it
up slightly while holding the knob. ( )
Slide the cover out by pulling it to the
front. ( )
Case-Veg(UPP) and its cover
Disassemble it by drawing it and lifting it up
slightly while holding the knob. ( )
Slide the cover out by pulling it to the front.
( )
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13-2) Disassembly of Evaporator of Freezer
1. After disassembly of the lamp cover for the
freezer, disconnect wire housing from the
lamp socket.
2. Disassemble and remove two cap-screws
using(-) driver or the likes.
3. While holding the bottom of the EVAPCOVER FRONT and drawing it carefully
toward the arrow direction, disassemble
the cover by sliding it out at the raised
spot.( Since the housing for the thermalsensor is located at the rear side of the
cover, be careful during disassembly and
disconnect the housing.)
4. After disassembly of the EVAP-COVER
REAR, disassemble the motor and heater
housing from the wire terminal at the top
side of the cover.
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5. After removing two screws of the COVEREVAP REAR, disassemble it by pulling it
out to the front using(-) driver or the likes.
( Slide the cover out by pushing the held
part toward the arrow direction and
drawing it to the front )
13-3) Disassembly of Evaporator of Refrigerator
1. Remove all foods in the refrigerator and
shelves.
Disassemble two purifier covers using(-)
driver or the likes and remove a screw.
2. Detach snaps of the bottom side of the
COVER-EVAP FRONT by inserting(-)
driver into the snaps and rotating it toward
the arrow direction.
After detachment of the snaps of the EVAPCOVER FRONT, disassemble the cover by
pulling it to the front.
3. After detachment of the insulating material,
remove screw of damper cover and
disassemble by pulling it to the front.
( While disassembling the damper cover,
at first disassemble the sensor housing at
the left top.)
4. Disassemble the COVER-EVAP REAR by
deatching the snaps and pulling it out to
the front using(-) driver or the likes.
( While disassembling the COVER-EVAP
REAR, be careful because motor wire is
connected.)
5. Disassemble the motor and heater housing
from the wire terminal at the top side of the
cover.
14. Assembly and Disassembly of HINGE-UPP ASSÕY
13-4) Temperature controller
1. Structure of Hinge-Upp AssÕy
SR-S24NTA
Disassemble the temperature controller by
detaching the snaps of the front cover of
the temperature controller using (-) driver
or the likes and pulling it to the front.
Replace PCB base by disassembling the
wire housing connected to PCB and
removing 3 screws.
Assembly is the reverse procedure of
disassembly.
SR-S24FTA
2. Assembling procedure of Hinge-Upp AssÕy
1) Place the Hinge-Upp AssÕyon the Reinf-Hinge Upp according to the direction
Disassemble the temperature controller by
pulling it out to the front while holding
the bottom side of the front cover of the
dispenser.
and load the Hinge-Upp AssÕywhile rotating it to assemble.
Replace PCB base by disassembling the
wire housing connected to PCB and
removing 3 screws.
Assembly is the reverse procedure of
disassembly.
2) After assembly of Fixer-Hinge Upp to Reinf-Hinge Upp, finish the assembly
by rotating toward the direction
.
3. Disassembly procedure of Hinge-Upp AssÕy
1) Disassembly is the reverse procedure of assembly.
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15. Exploded view of Refrigerator and List
15-1) Door Parts of Freezing Compartment (SR-S25NTA)
Freezing Door Components List(SR-S25NTA)
No
72
Specifications
QÕTY
1
DA64-10467A HANDLE-BASE FRE UPP
Au coated
1
2
DA64-10466A HANDLE-BASE FRE LOW
Au coated
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHAN
1
4
DA64-10471A HANDLE-TRIM FRE UPP
ABS
1
5
DA64-10470A HANDLE-TRIM FRE LOW
ABS
1
6
6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
M4 12
11
SR-S25NTA, EXP
1
7
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Items
Code-No
ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR FRE
8
DA63-30232B GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
SF-PVC
1
9
DA63-10925B GUARD-FRE
ABS
5
10 DA63-20282A CAP-GUARD
General PP
4
11 DA67-30343A SHIM-RISER
RD-PVC T2.0
1
12 DA71-70163A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T3.0
1
13 DA63-50187B CAM-HINGE
POM
1
14 DA71-40120A SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10 M5 16
2
15 DA66-90112A COVER-CONTROL FRE ASSÕY
NTA
1
16 6001-000716 CASE-CONTROL BASE
ABS
1
17 6002-000468 SCREW-TAPPING
M5 18
2
18 6002-000215 SCREW-TAP
M4 16
2
Remarks
1
115-2) Refrigerating Room Door (SR-S25NTA)
Refrigerator Room Door Components List (SR-S25NTA)
No
74
Specifications
QÕTY
1
DA64-10465A HANDLE-BASE FRE UPP
Au coated
1
2
DA64-10464A HANDLE-BASE FRE LOW
Au coated
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHAN
1
4
DA64-10471A HANDLE-TRIM FRE UPP
ABS
1
5
DA64-10470A HANDLE-TRIM FRE LOW
ABS
1
6
6002-000480 SCREW-TAP
M4 10
11
SR-S25NTA
1
7
373
Items
Code-No
ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR FRE
8
DA63-30231A GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
SF-PVC
1
9
DA63-10925B COVER-GUARD
GPPS
1
10 DA63-20272A GUARD-REF UPP
ABS
1
11 DA63-20271A GUARD-REF LOW
ABS
4
12 DA67-30343A CAP-GUARD
General PP
2
13 DA71-70162A GUIDE-BOTTLE REF
PIPE Cr coated
3
14 DA63-50187B SHIM-RISER
RD-PVC T 2.0
1
15 DA71-40150A STOPPER-DOOR
SM 45C T 3.0
1
16 DA66-90112E CAM-HINGE
POM
1
17 6001-000716 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10
18 DA60-10122C SCREW TAP TITE
M5 16
2
19 6002-000215 SCREW-TAP
M4 16
2
M5 16
2
Remarks
A/S
1
115-3) Door Parts (SR-S26NTA)
Door Parts List (SR-S26NTA)
No
76
Specifications
QÕTY
1
DA64-10467A HANDLE-BASE FRE UPP
Au coated
1
2
DA64-10466A HANDLE-BASE FRE LOW
Au coated
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHAN
1
4
DA64-10471A HANDLE-TRIM FRE UPP
ABS
1
5
DA64-10470A HANDLE-TRIM FRE LOW
ABS
1
6
6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
M4 12
11
7
375
Items
Code-No
ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR FRE
1
8
DA63-30232B GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
SF-PVC
1
9
DA63-10925B COVER-GUARD
GPPS
1
10 DA63-20282A GUARD-REF UPP
ABS
1
11 DA63-20283A GUARD-REF LOW
ABS
4
12 DA67-30343A CAP-GUARD
PP
2
13 DA71-70163A GUIDE-BOTTLE REF
MSW R10, SNC2
3
14 DA63-50187B SHIM-RISER
RD-PVC T2.0
1
15 DA71-40120A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T3.0
1
16 DA66-90112A CAM-HINGE
POM
1
17 6001-000716 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10 M5 16
2
18 6002-000468 SCREW-TAPPING
M5 18
2
19 6002-000215 SCREW-TAP
M4 19
2
Remarks
15-4) Door Parts of Freezing Compartment (SR-S26NTA)
Parts List (SR-S26NTA)
No
78
Specifications
QÕTY
1
DA64-10465A HANDLE-BASE FRE UPP
Au coated
1
2
DA64-10464A HANDLE-BASE FRE LOW
Au coated
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHAN
1
4
DA64-10469A HANDLE-TRIM FRE UPP
ABS
1
5
DA64-10468A HANDLE-TRIM FRE LOW
ABS
1
6
6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
M4 12
11
SR-S26/28NTA
1
7
77
Items
Code-No
ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR FRE
8
DA63-30231B GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
SF-PVC
1
9
DA63-20285A GUARD-FRE
ABS
5
10 6002-000468 SCREW-TAPPING
M5 18
2
11 6002-000215 SCREW-TAP
M4 16
2
12 DA63-50187B SHIM-RISER
RD-PVC T 2.0
1
13 DA71-40120A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T 3.0
1
14 DA66-90112A CAM-HINGE
POM
1
15 6 0 0 1 - 0 0 7 1 6 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10
16 DA63-1092G COVER-CONTROL FR ASSÕY
NTA
1
17 DA67-10415A CASE-CONTROL BASE
ABS
1
M5 16
2
Remarks
1
15-5) Freezing Compartment (SR-S25/26NTA)
Parts List of Freezing Compartment (SR-S25/26NTA)
No
1
Specifications
QÕTY
220V/50, 60Hz
1
DA59-40211B EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
240V/50Hz
1
DA59-40211F EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
127V/60Hz
1
DA59-40211C EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
115V/60Hz
1
DA63-10955G COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
220V/50Hz,
1
DA63-10955K COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
240V/50Hz
1
DA63-10955L COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
127V/60Hz
1
DA63-10955J COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
115V/60Hz
1
2-1 DA63-10934A COVER-EVAP REAR, FRE
ABS SCRAP
1
2-2 DA31-10109K MOTOR-FAN
220V/50,60Hz,AMRHB-010WTEC
1
DA31-10109X MOTOR-FAN
240V/50Hz,RHB-010UVEC
1
DA31-10109U MOTOR-FAN
115V~127V/60Hz,RHB-010ZQNC
1
2-3 DA31-20110A FAN
ABS
1
2-4 DA61-20128A SPRING-FAN
STS27 ID 1.0 PI 7.8
1
2-5 DA63-10459A COVER-MOTOR
PP
1
2-6 DA63-40119A GROMMET-FAN MOTOR
NBR
2
2-7 DA70-20185A PLATE-EVAP BOTT, FRE
AL T0.6
1
2-8 DA47-20198A HEATER-P CORD
220V/30W
1
DA47-20198B HEATER-P CORD
240V/30W
1
DA47-20198D HEATER-P CORD
127V/30W
1
DA47-20198C HEATER-P CORD
115V/30W
1
110
2-9 DA72-60384A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(FRE)
FOAM - LEX
AL
1
2-10 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 STS 304
1
3
80
Items
DA59-40211A EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
2
79
Code-No
DA63-10956E COVER-EVAP FRONT ASSYÕ(FRE) NTA
1
3-1 DA63-10935D COVER-EVAP FRONT, FRE
PP(SC-93437R)
1
3-2 DA63-40260A GROMMET-BRACKET(LAMP)
NBR
2
3-3 DA60-10106A SCREW-TAPPING
TWH
3-4 DA71-50182A BRACKET-CONTROL
SECC-P
1
3-5 DA47-40001B LAMP-HOLDER ASSÕY
PBT
1
3-6 DA32-10104F SENSOR-ASSÕY(FRE)
502AT
1
3-7 DA63-10936A COVER-SENSOR
ABS
1
3-8 DA72-60385A SEAL-FOAM PE(FRE)
FOAM-PE
1
2S 4 16 STS 304
2
4
6002-000215 SCREW-TAP, TH
TH 4 16 ZPC
2
5
4713-000194 LAMP
220V/60W
1
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
4713-001054 LAMP
230V/60W
1
4713-001077 LAMP
125V/60W
1
4713-001053 LAMP
110V/60W
1
6
DA67-30266D CAP-SCREW
PP(SC-93437R)
4
7
DA67-40203H ASSÕY TRAY-ICE
NTA
1
7-1 DA64-40111B KNOB-TRAY ICE
ABS(SC-9343R)
2
7-2 DA61-20136A SPRING-ICE MAKER
STS 304 ID 1.0
2
7-3 DA71-20268B FIXER-TRAY ICE
ABS
1
7-4 DA67-40168A TRAY-ICE
PP(SC-93437R)
2
5
8
DA63-10940A COVER-LAMP, FRE
MIPS
1
9
DA63-01003A COVER-DUCT
PP(SC-93437R)
1
NTA
1
10-1 DA67-10421C CASE-BASKET(UPP)
ABS SCRAP
1
10-2 DA63-10938A COVER-FRONT, A(UPP)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
10-3 DA63-10965C COVER-FRONT, B(UPP)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
NTA
1
11-1 DA67-10422B CASE-BASKET(MID)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
11-2 DA63-10937B COVER-FRONT, A(LOW)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
11-3 DA63-10966D COVER-FRONT, B(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
NTA
1
12-1 DA67-10420B CASE-BASKET(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
12-2 DA63-10937C COVER-FRONT, A(LOW)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
12-3 DA63-10966E COVER-FRONT, B(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
13 DA67-20288A SHELF-FRE(UPP)
ABS
Reinforced glass
2
14 DA67-20287C SHELF-FRE(LOW)
ABS
Reinforced glass
1
15 DA61-60182B RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(R)
NTA
3
15-1 DA61-60178A RAIL-UPP, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
15-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
NTA
1
16-1 DA61-60180A RAIL-LOW, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
16-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
NTA
3
17-1 DA61-60177A RAIL-UPP, L
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
17-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
10 DA67-10424C CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(UPP)
11 DA67-10425C CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(MID)
12 DA67-10426C CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(LOW)
16 DA61-60184B RAIL-LOW, ASSÕY(R)
17 DA61-60181B RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(L)
No
Remarks
Code-No
Items
18 DA61-60183B RAIL-LOW, ASSÕY(L)
82
QÕTY
NTA
1
18-1 DA61-60179A RAIL-LOW, L
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
18-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
TH4 12 ZPC
12
19 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
81
Specifications
Remarks
1
115-6) Door Parts List of Freezing Compartment (SR-S24FTA)
Freezing Door Components List (SR-S24FTA)
No
3
83
84
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
1
DA64-10465A HANDLE-BASE FRE UPP
Au coated
1
2
DA64-10464A HANDLE-BASE FRE LOW
Au coated
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHANE
1
4
DA64-10469A HANDLE-TRIM FRE UPP
ABS
1
5
DA64-10468A HANDLE-TRIM FRE LOW
ABS
1
6
6002-000213 SCREW(NORMAL)-TAPPING
M4 12
11
7
DA91-10268A ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR FRE
FTA
1
8
DA63-30231A GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
RD-PVC
1
9
DA63-20270A GUARD-FRE
ABS
3
10 DA63-20273B GUARD-FRE UPP
ABS
2
11 DA63-50187B SHIM-RISER
RD-PVC T2.0
1
12 DA71-40150A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T3.0
1
13 DA66-90112A CAM-HINGE
POM
1
14 6001-000716 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10 M5
15 DA63-10951B COVER-TRIM RECFSS
ABS
1
16 DA63-10962F COVER-CONTROL FRE ASSÕY
FTA
1
17 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
1S 4
18 DA64-20102B TRIM-RECESS DISP
ABS Au coated
1
19 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH M4
6
20 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
1S 4
21 DA61-70234A SUPT-TIME DILAY
HIPS, BLK
1
22 DA92-90023A ASSÕY AIR PUMP
SR-S7185
1
23 4713-000186 LAMP-INCANDESCENT
220V/10W
1
4713-000195 LAMP-INCANDESCENT
240V/10W
1
4713-001078 LAMP-INCANDESCENT
110V/130V/9W/11W
1
24 DA71-50209A BRACKET-COVER, ICE ROUTE
STS 304
1
25 DA60-90112A PIN-SPECIAL
STS 304
1
26 DA72-60367A SEAL-FOAM LEX
T-BOARD
1
27 DA71-50208A BRACKET-SCREW
STS 304
4
28 DA63-10759B COVER-ICE ROUTE
HIPS
1
29 DA66-30001B LEVER DISPENSER, SUB
SILICON
2
30 DA64-90124B GRILL-RECESS
ABS
1
31 DA66-30114B LEVER-DISP(WATER)
ABS Au coated
1
32 DA66-30113B LEVER-DISP (ICE)
ABS Au coated
1
16
12TH
12 STS 304
12TH
2
11
1
Remarks
1
15-7) FREEZING DOOR PARTS (SR-S25/27FTA)
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
33 DA63-30199A GASKET-COVER ICE
SILICON
1
34 DA34-10124A SWITCH-MICRO
250V/5A
2
35 DA63-10508C COVER-MICRO SWITCH
ABS
2
36 DA61-20143B SPRING-DISP WATER
STS 304
1
37 DA64-40006B BUTTON-MICRO SWITCH
NORYL
2
38 6002-000468 SCREW TAPPING
M5
18
2
39 6002-000215 SCREW-TAP
M4
16
2
40 DA67-30349A CAP-CHUTE, ICE
ABS
1
41 DA71-70166A GUIDE-LEVER
SILICON
1
42 DA63-10995A COVER-LAMP(DISP)
MIPS
1
Remarks
85
86
Freezing Door Components List (SR-S25/27FTA)
No
Items
Code-No
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
1
DA64-10465A HANDLE-BASE FRE UPP
Au coated
1
33 DA63-30199A GASKET-COVER ICE
SILICON
1
2
DA64-10464A HANDLE-BASE FRE LOW
Au coated
1
34 DA34-10124A SWITCH-MICRO
250V/5A
2
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHANE
1
35 DA63-10508C COVER-MICRO SWITCH
ABS
2
4
DA64-10469A HANDLE-TRIM FRE UPP
ABS
1
36 DA61-20143B SPRING-DISP WATER
STS 304
1
5
DA64-10468A HANDLE-TRIM FRE LOW
ABS
1
37 DA64-40006B BUTTON-MICRO SWITCH
NORYL
2
6
6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
M4 12
11
38 6002-000468 SCREW TAPPING
M5
18
2
SR-S25/27FTA
1
39 6002-000215 SCREW-TAP
M4
16
2
7
ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR FRE
8
DA63-30231A GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
RD-PVC
1
40 DA67-30371A CAP-CHUTE, ICE
ABS
1
9
DA63-20285A GUARD-FRE
ABS
3
41 DA71-70176A GUIDE-LEVER
SILICON
1
10 DA63-20284A GUARD-FRE UPP
ABS
2
42 DA63-10995A COVER-LAMP(DISP)
MIPS
1
11 DA63-50187B SHIM-RISER
RD-PVC T2.0
1
12 DA71-40120A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T3.0
1
13 DA66-90112A CAM-HINGE
POM
1
14 6001-000716 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10 M5 16
2
15 DA63-10951B COVER-TRIM RECFSS
ABS
1
16 DA63-10962F COVER-CONTROL FRE ASSÕY
FTA
1
17 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
1S 4 12TH
10
18 DA64-20102B TRIM-RECESS DISP
ABS Au coated
1
19 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH M4 12 STS 304
6
20 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
1S 4 12TH
1
21 DA61-70234A SUPT-TIME DILAY
HIPS, BLK
1
22 DA92-90023A ASSÕY AIR PUMP
23 4713-001078 LAMP-INCANDESCENT
1
110V/130V/9W/11W
1
4713-000195 LAMP-INCANDESCENT
240V/10W
1
4713-000186 LAMP-INCANDESCENT
220V/10W
1
24 DA71-50209A BRACKET-COVER, ICE ROUTE
STS 304
1
25 DA60-90112A PIN-SPECIAL
STS 304
1
26 DA72-60367A SEAL-FOAM LEX
T-BOARD
1
27 DA71-50208A BRACKET-SCREW
STS 304
4
28 DA63-10759B COVER-ICE ROUTE
HIPS
1
29 DA66-30001B LEVER DISPENSER, SUB
SILICON
2
30 DA64-90124B GRILL-RECESS
ABS
1
31 DA66-30114B LEVER-DISP(WATER)
ABS Au coated
1
32 DA66-30113B LEVER-DISP (ICE)
ABS Au coated
1
87
88
Remarks
1
15-8) Refrigerating Door Parts (SR-S24FTA)
Refrigerating Door Parts List (SR-S24FTA)
No
Items
Code-No
Specifications
1
DA64-10467A HANDLE-BASE REF UPP
Au coated
1
2
DA64-10466A HANDLE-BASE REF LOW
Au coated
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHANE
1
4
DA64-10471A HANDLE-TRIM REF UPP
ABS
1
5
DA64-10470A HANDLE-TRIM REF LOW
ABS
1
6
6002-000213 SCREW-TAP
M4
7
ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR REF
12
1
8
DA63-30232A GASKET-DOOR FRE ASSÕY
SF-PVC
1
9
DA63-10925B COVER-GUARD
GPPS
1
10 DA63-20272A GUARD-REF UPP
ABS
1
11 DA63-20271A GUARD-REF LOW
ABS
1
12 DA67-30343A CAP-GUARD
General PP
2
13 DA71-70162A GUIDE-BOTTLE REF
PIPE Cr coated
3
14 DA63-50187B SHIM-HINGE RISER
RD-PVC T2.0
2
15 DA71-40120A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T3.0
1
16 DA66-90112A CAM-HINGE
POM
1
17 6001-000716 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10
18 DA63-10952B COVER-DOOR RECESS, A
GPPS
1
19 DA71-40138A STOPPER-HOME BAR
NY-66
2
20 DA91-10192C ASSÕY-HOME BAR FOAM
SR-S24FTA
1
M5
16
2
21 DA61-10198A HINGE-HOME BAR
1
22 DA61-10199A HINGE-HOME BAR
1
23 DA63-40185A GROMMET-HINGE
STS 304
1
24 DA63-40184A GROMMET-HINGE
STS 304
1
25 DA60-10110A SCREW-SPECAL, C
STS M7
12
1
26-1 DA66-90123A ARM-HOME BAR
1
NY-66
2
27 DA60-10108A SCREW-SPECAL, A
STS M7
2
28 DA60-10109A SCREW-SPECAL, B
STS M7
2
26-2 DA67-30271A CAP-HOME BAR ARM
29 DA66-90122A ARM-HOME BAR ASSÕY, R
1
29-1 DA66-90122A ARM-HOME BAR
29-2 DA67-30271A CAP-HOME BAR ARM
90
11
SR-S24FTA
26 DA66-90123A ARM-HOME BAR ASSÕY, L
89
QÕTY
30 6002-000468 SCREW TAPPING
1
NY-66
2
M5
2
18
Remarks
1
15-9) REFRIGERATING DOOR PARTS (SR-S25/27FTA)
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
31 6002-000215 SCREW TAP
M4 16
2
32 DA71-20171A FIXER-HOME BAR
NY-66
1
33 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4 12 ZPC
1
34 DA63-30195B GASKET-HOME BAR
SF-PVC
1
35 DA63-30234A GASKET-HOME BAR, B
SF-PVC
1
36 DA34-10121A SWITCH-DOOR
250V/0.5A
1
37 DA64-20192A TRIM-DOOR
AL
1
Remarks
91
92
Refrigerating Door Parts List (SR-S25/27FTA)
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
1
DA64-10467A HANDLE-BASE REF UPP
Au coated
1
31 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4
2
DA64-10466A HANDLE-BASE REF LOW
Au coated
1
32 DA63-30195B GASKET-HOME BAR
SF-PVC
1
3
DA64-10463A HANDLE
POLY URETHANE
1
33 DA63-30234A GASKET-HOME BAR, B
SF-PVC
1
4
DA64-10471A HANDLE-TRIM REF UPP
ABS
1
34 DA34-10121A SWITCH-DOOR
250V/0.5A
1
5
DA64-10470A HANDLE-TRIM REF LOW
ABS
1
35 DA64-20192A TRIM-DOOR
AL
1
6
6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
M4
11
36 DA71-70163B GUIDE-BOTTLE, REF
MSW R10, SNC 2
1
7
DA91-10294A ASSÕY-FOAM DOOR REF
1
37 DA71-70163A GUIDE-BOTTLE, REF
MSW R10, SNC 2
2
8
DA63-30232A GASKET-DOOR REF ASSÕY
SF-PVC
1
38 DA67-30343A CAP-GUARD
PP
2
9
DA63-10925B COVER-GUARD
GPPS
1
10 DA63-20282A GUARD-REF UPP
ABS
1
11 DA63-20283A GUARD-REF LOW
ABS
4
12 DA63-50187B SHIM-HINGE RISER
RD-PVC T2.0
1
13 DA71-40120A STOPPER-DOOR
SM45C T3,0
1
14 DA66-90112A CAM-HINGE
POM
1
15 6001-000176 SCREW-MACHINE
MSWR10
16 DA63-10952B COVER-DOOR RECESS
GPPS
1
17 DA71-40138A STOPPER-HOME BAR
NY-66
2
18 DA91-10192C ASSÕY-HOME BAR FOAM
FTA
1
12
M5
16
2
19 DA61-10198A HINGE-HOME BAR
1
20 DA61-10199A HINGE-HOME BAR
1
21 DA63-40185A GROMMET-HINGE
STS-304
1
22 DA63-40184A GROMMET-HINGE
STS-304
1
23 DA60-10110A SCREW-SPECAL, C
STS M7
10
24 DA66-90123A ARM-HOME BAR ASSÕY, L
1
1
24-1 DA66-90123A ARM-HOME BAR
NY-66
1
25 DA60-10108A SCREW-SPECAL, A
STS M7
2
26 DA60-10109A SCREW-SPECAL, B
STS M7
2
24-2 DA67-30271A CAP-HOME BAR ARM
1
27 DA66-90122A ARM-HOME BAR ASSÕY, R
1
27-1 DA66-90122A ARM-HOME BAR
NY-66
1
28 6002-000468 SCREW TAPPING
M5
18
2
29 6002-000215 SCREW TAP
M4
16
2
30 DA71-20171A FIXER-HOME BAR
NY-66
27-2 DA67-30271A CAP-HOME BAR ARM
1
93
94
12 ZPC
QÕTY
2
Remarks
1
15-10) Refrigerating Compartment (SR-S25/26NTA, SR-S24/25FTA)
Parts List of Refrigerating Compartment (SR-S25/26NTA)
No
Code-No
Items
220V/50, 60Hz/90W
1
DA59-40210B EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
240V/50Hz/90W
1
DA59-40210E EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
127V/60Hz/90W
1
DA59-40210C EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
115V/60Hz/90W
1
DA63-10957G COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
220V/50, 60Hz
1
DA63-10957L COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
240V/50Hz
1
DA63-10957K COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
127V/60Hz
1
DA63-10957J COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
115V/60Hz
1
2-1 DA63-10943A COVER-EVAP REAR, REF
PP(NTR)
1
2-2 DA31-20103A FAN
ABS
2-3 DA61-20128C SPRING-FAN
STS27 ID1.0 P17.8
1
2-4 DA63-40119A GROMMET-FAN MOTOR
NBR
2
2-5 DA72-60042A SEAL-CUTT RUBBER
NBR
1
2-6 DA63-10364A COVER-MOTOR
PP
1
2-7 DA72-60377A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(REF)
FOAM-LEX
2-8 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 STS 304
1
2-9 DA31-10109B MOTOR-FAN
220V/50,60Hz,AMRHB-008WTEB
1
DA31-10109F MOTOR-FAN
240V/60Hz, AMRHB-008UVEB
1
DA31-10109W MOTOR-FAN
127V/60Hz, AMRHB-008ZREB
1
DA31-10109D MOTOR-FAN
115V/60Hz, AMRHB-008ZQEB
1
2-10 DA72-60390A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(REF)
FOAM-LEX
2
2-11 DA47-20200A HEATER-P CORD, REF
220V/35W
1
DA47-20200B HEATER-P CORD, REF
240V/35W
1
DA47-20200D HEATER-P CORD, REF
127V/35W
1
DA47-20200C HEATER-P CORD, REF
115V/35W
1
AL T0.8
1
2
2-12 DA70-20186A PLATE-EVAP BOTT, REF
96
QÕTY
DA59-40210A EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
1
95
Specifications
1
90
AL
1
3
DA63-10944C COVER-EVAP FRONT(REF)
PP(SC-93437R)
1
4
DA72-40463A INS-ASSÕY(EVAP FRONT)
FOAM-PS
1
4-1 DA72-40446A INS(EVAP FRONT)
FOAM-PS
1
4-2 DA72-40451A INS(EVAP REAR)
FOAM-PS
1
5
DA02-90106F CATALIST-LTC
NTA
1
6
6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4 12 STS 304
2
7
DA63-10939A COVER-PURIFER
ABS
2
8
6002-000215 SCREW-TAP, TH
TH4 12 ZPC
2
Remarks
No
9
Code-No
Items
DA63-10959C COVER-DAMPER ASSÕY(REF)
Specifications
QÕTY
NTA
1
9-1 DA63-10953C COVER-DAMPER REF
PP(SC-93437R)
1
9-2 DA72-40447A INS(DAMPER)
FOAM-PS
1
9-3 DA72-60378A SEAL-FOAM PE(REF)
FOAM-PE
1
9-4 DA32-10104G SENSOR-ASSÕY(REF)
502AT, NTA
1
9-5 DA63-10936A COVER-SENSOR
ABS
1
10 DA63-10960A COVER-VEG ASSÕY(UPP)
NTA
1
10-1 DA63-10941A COVER-VEG(UPP)
PP(SC-93437R)
10-2 DA63-30229B GASKET-COVER VEG(REAP)
10-3 DA63-30229A GASKET-COVER VEG(FRONT)
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
QÕTY
NTA
2
19-1 DA61-60178B RAIL-UPP, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
19-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
NTA
1
20-1 DA61-60180A RAIL-LOW(R)
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
20-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAL
NY-66
2
21 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4X12 ZPC
6
1
22 DA63-10385C COVER-LAMP, REF
MIPS
1
PVC(SC-93437R)
1
23 4713-000175 LAMP-FLOURESCENT
11W
1
PVC(SC-93437R)
1
24 DA67-40250C TRAY-UTILITY
GPPS
1
NTA
1
25 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4X12 ZPC
1
11-1 DA63-10942A COVER-VEG(LOW)
PP(SC-93437R)
1
26 DA67-20309A SHELF-REF, ASSÕY
WIRE
1
11-2 DA63-30229B GASKET-COVER VEG(REAR)
PVC(SC-93437R)
1
11-3 DA63-30229A GASKET-COVER VEG(FRONT)
PVC(SC-93437R)
1
27 DA74-90132A TANK WATER
HD-PE, PE6200B
1
NTA
1
28 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4X12 ZPC
4
12-1 DA67-10419B CASE-CHILLED
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
29 DA73-10466B PIPE-WATER LINE
LDPE, PE722, L1700
1
12-2 DA63-10933B COVER-FRONT, A(UPP)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
30 DA73-10466B PIPE-WATER LINE
LDPE, PE722, L1700
1
12-3 DA63-10964C COVER-FRONT, B(UPP)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
31 DA60-90140A CLIP(WATER-TANK)
NY-66
2
NTA
1
13-1 DA67-10417B CASE-VEG(UPP)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
13-2 DA63-10932B COVER-FRONT, A(VEG)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
13-3 DA63-10963BD COVER-FRONT, B(VEG)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
NTA
1
14-1 DA67-10418B CASE-VEG(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
14-2 DA63-10932C COVER-FRONT, A(VEG)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
14-3 DA63-10963E COVER-FRONT, B(VEG)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
15 DA67-20289A SHELF-REF
ABS
Reinforced glass
2
16 DA67-20289C SHELF REF
ABS
Reinforced glass
1
17 DA61-60181B RAIL-UPP ASSÕY(L)
NTA
2
17-1 DA61-60177A RAIL-UPP(L)
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
17-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
NTA
1
18-1 DA61-60179A RAIL-LOW(L)
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
18-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
11 DA63-10961A COVER-VEG ASSÕY(LOW)
12 DA67-10429C CASE-CHILLED ASSÕY
13 DA67-10427C CASE-VEG ASSÕY(UPP)
14 DA67-10428C CASE-VEG ASSÕY(LOW)
18 DA61-60183B RAIL-LOW ASSÕY(L)
19 DA61-60182B RAIL-UPP ASSÕY(B)
Specifications
20 DA61-60184A RAIL-LOW ASSÕY(R)
External type(SR-S24/25FTA) related components
97
98
Remarks
1
15-11) CABINET PARTS
CABINET Components List
No
1
Specifications
QÕTY
ASSÕY CABI FOAM
NTA
1
ASSÕY CABI FOAM
FTA
1
DA61-10234C HINGE-LOW ASSÕY, L
SHP1, T4.5
1
3
DA61-10235B HINGE-LOW ASSÕY, R
SHP1, T4.5
1
4
DA61-30102B FOOT-FRONT
PP, ZPC2
2
5
DA61-40123A CASTER-FRONT ASSÕY, L
NTA
1
6
DA61-40123B CASTER-FRONT ASSÕY, R
NTA
1
7
SK190H-L2U COMPRESSOR
220V/50, 60Hz
1
SK190Q-L2U COMPRESSOR
240V/50Hz
1
SK182P-L2W COMPRESSOR
120V/60Hz
1
SK182C-L2W COMPRESSOR
115V/60Hz
1
DA34-10003W O/L-PROTECTOR
4TM 314RHBYY-53,(220V/50,60Hz)
1
DA34-10003K O/L-PROTECTOR
4TM 232SHBYY-53,(240V/50Hz)
1
DA34-10003P O/L-PROTECTOR
4TM 444NHBYY-53,(115V/127V)
1
DA35-10003L RELAY-PTC
PTHAS-T220M350D,(220V/50Hz)
1
DA35-10003D RELAY-PTC
PTHAS-T330M385D,(240V/50Hz)
1
DA35-10003H RELAY-PTC
PTHAS-T100M200B,(110V/127V)
1
10 DA63-10352A COVER-RELAY
BLK, T2.0
1
11 DA32-10105F SENSOR-ASSÕY
502AT, TEMP CAP TYPE
1
12 DA60-20008A BOLT-HEX
SM30C, L42.6
1
13 DA63-40165A GROMMET-COMP
NBR, BLK
4
14 DA63-10978A COVER-TRAY, WATER ASSÕY
NTA
4
14-1 DA63-10927A COVER-TRAY, WATER
PP, T2.5
1
14-2 DA64-20138E TRIM-PLATE, ABSORBER
PVC, L768
1
15 DA63-40171D GROMMET-SUCT PIPE
NR, BLK
1
16 DA74-30131A DRAIN-HOSE
LD-PE
2
17 DA63-40171B GROMMET-SUCT PIPE
NR, BLK
2
18 DA41-20152A PBA-SUB
220V/50~60Hz
1
DA41-20147A PBA-SUB
240V/50Hz
1
DA41-20160A PBA-SUB
127V/60Hz
1
DA41-20148A PBA-SUB
105V/50~60Hz
1
OPTION
1
20 DA60-10124A SCREW-TAP TITE
M6X16
8
21 DA71-60192A CHASSIS-COMP ASSÕY
NTA
1
9
19
100
Items
2
8
99
Code-No
POWER-CORD
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
21-1 DA71-60191A CHASSIS-CIMP
SBHG1, T1.4
1
43 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4 12 ZPC
2
21-2 DA60-90101A RIVET-CASTER
MSWR10, ZPC2
2
44 DA63-01004A COVER-TRAY
PP
1
21-3 DA61-40101A CASTER-REAR
NY-66, NTR
2
45 6002-000480 SCREW-TAPPING
M4 10
4
22 DA60-10107A SCREW EARTH
M4X10, BSBN
1
46 DA71-20267A FIXER-HINGE, UPP
SCP1, T3
2
23 DA67-40167A TRAY-DRAIN WATER ASSÕY
NTA
1
47 DA60-10123E SCREW-TAP TITE
16(YEL)
8
24 DA31-10110J MOTOR-CIRCUIT
220V/50, 60Hz, IS3208-SCF7B
1
48 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
DA31-10110M MOTOR-CIRCUIT
240V/50Hz, IS3208-SCL5B
1
DA31-10110P MOTOR-CIRCUIT
127V/60Hz, RHC-008ZNEB
1
DA31-10110N MOTOR-CIRCUIT
115V/60Hz, IS3208-SCH6B
25 DA31-20102A FAN
ABS
26 DA61-20128A SPRING-FAN
M4 12
12
49 DA63-40259A GROMMET PIPE, B
SILICON
1
1
50 DA73-10466D PIPE-WATER LINE
LDPE, L1700
1
1
51 6002-000213 SCREW-TH
TH4 12 ZPC
4
STS27
1
52 DA65-20118A CLAMP-TUBE
SCP1 ZPC3 T0.8
2
27 6002-000215 SCREW-TAPPING
M4 16
2
53 DA71-20191A FIXER-PIPE WATER
SCP1 ZPC3 T0.8
1
28 DA73-10314D PIPE-SUB COND ASSÕY
SWST, T0.7, L9534
1
54 DA74-40128A,B,C WATER-VALVE ASSÕY
RIV-12A/A-220V,B-240V,C-115V~127V
1
29 2501-000275 C-OIL(C/S)
125 /125VAC
1
29-1 2501-001091 C-OIL(C/R)
5 /350VAC
1
29-2 2401-000511 C-OIL(C/R)
12 /250VAC
1
30 DA26-30111A TRANS-DC
220V/50~60Hz
1
DA26-30111D TRANS-DC
240V/50Hz
1
DA26-30111C TRANS-DC
127V/60Hz
1
DA26-30111F TRANS-DC
120V/50~60Hz
1
31 DA63-10979A COVER-COMP, ASSÕY
NTA
1
DA63-10979B COVER-COMP, ASSÕY
FTA
1
32 DA67-10416A CASE-PCB, PANEL
PP, T2.5
1
33 DA63-10926A COVER-PCB, PANEL
PP, T2.0
1
34 DA41-20153D MAIN-PCB ASSÕY
NTA
1
DA41-20153E MAIN-PCB ASSÕY
FTA
1
35 DA63-50192A SHIM-HINGE, UPP
RD-PVC, T1.0
2
36 DA61-10207A HINGE-UPP, R
SCP1, T3
1
37 DA61-10206A HINGE-UPP, L
SCP1, T3
1
38 DA63-10930A COVER-HINGE UPP, R
ABS
1
39 DA63-10929A COVER-HINGE UPP, L
ABS
1
40 DA64-10310N HANDLE-REAR, L
PP
1
41 DA64-10311M HANDLE-REAR, R
PP
1
42 DA71-50229A SHIM-HINGE, LOW
RD-PVC, T2.0
2
120
External type(FTA) Components
101
102
Remarks
1
1
15-12)
Freezing Compartment (SR-S24/25FTA)
Freezing Components List(SR-S24/25FTA)
No
Specifications
QÕTY
220V/50,60Hz/200W
1
DA59-40211B EVAP-FRE ASSÕY
240V/50Hz/20W
1
DA59-40211F EVAP-FRE ASSÕY
127V/60Hz/200W
1
DA59-40211C EVAP-FRE ASSÕY
115V/60Hz/200W
1
DA63-10955K COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
220V/50,60Hz
1
DA63-10955G COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
240V/50Hz
1
DA63-10955L COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
127V/60Hz
1
DA63-10955J COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
115V/60Hz
1
2-1 DA63-10934A COVER-EVAP REAR, FRE
ABS SCRAP
1
2-2 DA31-10109K MOTOR-FAN
220V/50, 60Hz, AMRHB-010WTEC
1
DA31-10109X MOTOR-FAN
240V/50Hz, RHB-010UVEC
1
DA31-10109U MOTOR-FAN
115V~127V/60Hz, RHB-010ZQNC
1
2-3 DA31-20110A FAN
ABS
110
1
2-4 DA61-20128A SPRING-FAN
STS27 ID1.0 PI 7.8
1
2-5 DA63-10459A COVER-MOTOR
PP
1
2-6 DA63-40119A GROMMET-FAN MOTOR
NBR
2
2-7 DA70-20185A PLATE-EVAP BOTT, FRE
AL T0.6
1
2-8 DA47-20198A HEATER P-CORD(F)
220V/30W
1
DA47-20198B HEATER P-CORD(F)
240V/30W
1
DA47-20198D HEATER P-CORD(F)
127V/30W
1
DA47-20198C HEATER P-CORD(F)
115V/30W
1
2-9 DA72-60384A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(FRE)
FOAM-LEX AL
1
2-10 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 STS 304
1
2
3
104
Items
DA59-40211A EVAP-FRE ASSÕY
1
3
103
Code-No
DA63-10956F COVER-EVAP FRONT ASSÕY(FRE) FTA
1
3-1 DA63-10935E COVER-EVAP FRONT, FRE
PP(SC-93437R)
1
3-2 DA63-10936A COVER-SENSOR
ABS
1
3-3 DA72-60385B SEAL-FOAM PE(FRE)
FOAM-PE
1
3-4 DA32-10104F SENSOR-ASSÕY(FRE)
502AT
1
4
DA63-40260A GROMMET-BRACKET(LAMP)
NBR
2
5
DA60-10106A SCREW-TAPPING
TWH 2S 4 16 STS 304
2
6
DA71-50182A BRACKET-CONTROL
SECC-P
1
7
DA47-40001B LAMP-HOLDER ASSÕY
PBT
1
8
6002-000215 SCREW-TAP, TH
TH 4 16 ZPC
2
9
4713-000194 LAMP
220V/60W
1
Remarks
1
1
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
4713-001054 LAMP
230V/60W
1
27 DA63-10948A COVER-MOTOR SOLENOID
ABS
1
4713-001077 LAMP
125V/60W
1
28 DA75-900141A CUBE-SOLENOID
220V/50,60Hz
1
Packaged Type With No.30
4713-001053 LAMP
110V/60W
1
DA74-40151B CUBE-SOLENOID
230~240V/50Hz
1
Packaged Type With No.30
10 DA67-30266D CAP-SCREW
PP(SC-93437R)
4
DA74-40151C CUBE-SOLENOID
110~127V/50,60Hz
1
Packaged Type With No.30
11 DA67-10940A COVER-LAMP, FRE
MIPS
1
29 DA72-60348A SEAL-FOAM PE
FOAM-PE
1
12 DA63-01003A COVER-DUCT
PP(SC-93437R)
1
30 DA75-90041A CUBE-SOLENOID
220V/50,60Hz
1
13 DA67-10425C CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(MID)
FTA
1
DA74-40151B CUBE-SOLENOID
230~240V/50Hz
1
13-1 DA67-10422B CASE-BASKET(MID)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
DA74-40151C CUBE-SOLENOID
100~127V/50,60Hz
13-2 DA63-10937B COVER-FRONT, A(LOW)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
31 DA66-90003A GEAR-SOLENOID
POM(DELRIN200LC)
1
13-3 DA63-10966D COVER-FRONT, B(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
32 DA61-20140A SPRING-SOLENOID
STS 304
1
FTA
1
33 DA63-90008A BUSH-SOLENOID
POM(DELRIN500LC)
1
14-1 DA67-10420B CASE-BASKET(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
34 DA61-60001A SLIDER-SOLENOID DISP
POM(DELRIN500LC)
1
14-2 DA63-10927C COVER-FRONT, A(LOW)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
35 DA61-20107A SADDLE-SOLENOID
NY-66
1
14-3 DA63-10966E COVER-FRONT, B(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
36 DA31-10127A MOTOR-AUGER
220V/50~60Hz
1
15 DA67-20288A SHELF-FRE(UPP)
ABS Reinforced glass
1
DA31-10127B MOTOR-AUGER
230~240V/50Hz
1
16 DA67-20287A SHELF-FRE(LOW)
ABS Reinforced glass
1
DA31-10127C MOTOR-AUGER
110~127V/60Hz
1
17 DA67-20287C SHELF-FRE(LOW)
ABS Reinforced glass
1
37 DA63-10030A COVER-CRUSHER
A1050
1
18 DA61-60182B RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(R)
FTA
3
38 DA39-20378A WIRE HARNESS, SUB
FTA
1
18-1 DA61-60178A RAIL-UPP, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
39 DA70-20017A PLATE-D/AUGER
STS 304
1
18-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
40 DA60-30109A NUT
FTA
1
41 DA71-20268A FIXER-CASE
NBR
1
19-1 DA61-60180A RAIL-UPP, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
42 DA71-20252A FIXER-GROMMET D/FRE
ABS
2
19-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
FTA
3
20-1 DA61-60177A RAIL-UPP, L
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
20-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
FTA
1
21-1 DA61-60179A RAIL-UPP, L
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
21-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
22 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4 12 ZPC
8
23 DA59-30104C ASSÕY-CRUSHED
SR-S24FTA
1
24 DA59-30103B ASSÕY-ICE MAKER
SR-S24FTA
1
25 DA61-70253A SUPT-ICE MAKER
ABS
1
26 DA73-10544A PIPE-WATER, A
HD-PE
1
9
14 DA67-10426C CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(LOW)
19 DA61-60184B RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(R)
20 DA61-60181E RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(L)
21 DA61-60183B RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(L)
3
105
106
1
1
1
15-13)
FREEZING COMPARTMENT(SR-S27FTA)
Parts List of Freezing Compartment (SR-S27FTA)
No
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
240V/200W
1
DA59-40211C EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
110V/200W
1
DA59-40211D EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
220V/200W
1
DA59-40211F EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
127V/200W
1
DA63-10955G COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
220V
1
DA63-10955J COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
110V
1
DA63-10955K COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
240V
1
DA63-10955L COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY
127V
1
2-1 DA63-10934A COVER-EVAP REAR FRE
ABS SCRAP
1
2-2 DA31-10109U MOTOR-FAN
110V~127V/60Hz, RHB-010ZQNC
1
DA31-10109K MOTOR-FAN
220V/50,60Hz,AMRHB-010WTEC
1
DA31-10109X MOTOR-FAN
240V/50Hz, RHB-010UVEC
1
2-3 DA31-20101A FAN
ABS
110
1
2-4 DA61-20128A SPRING-FAN
STS27 ID1.0 PI 7.8
1
2-5 DA63-10459A COVER-MOTOR
PP
1
2-6 DA63-40119A GROMMET-FAN MOTOR
NBR
2
2-7 DA70-20185A PLATE-EVAP BOTT, FRE
AL T0.6
1
2-8 DA47-20198A HEATER P-CORD
220V/30W
1
DA47-20198B HEATER P-CORD
240V/30W
1
DA47-20198C HEATER P-CORD
115V/30W
1
DA47-20198D HEATER P-CORD
127V/30W
1
2-9 DA72-60384A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(FRE)
FOAM-LEX AL
1
SNA
2-10 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 STS 304
1
SNA
2
3
108
Items
DA59-40211B EVAPORATOR-FRE ASSÕY
1
3
107
Code-No
DA68-10956H COVER-EVAP FRONT ASSÕY(FRE) FTA
SNA
SNA
SNA
1
3-1 DA63-10935C COVER-EVAP FRONT, FRE
PP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
3-2 DA63-10936C COVER-SENSOR
ABS
1
SNA
3-3 DA72-60385B SEAL-FOAM PE(FRE)
FOAM-PE
1
SNA
3-4 DA32-10104F SENSOR-ASSÕY(FRE)
502AT
1
4
DA63-40260A GROMMET-BRACKET(LAMP)
NBR
2
5
DA60-10106A SCREW-TAPPING
TWH 2S 4 16 STS 304
2
6
DA71-50182A BRACKET-CONTROL
SECC-P
1
7
DA47-40001B LAMP-HOLDER ASSÕY
PBT
1
8
6002-000215 SCREW-TAP, TH
TH 4 16 ZPC
2
9
4713-001053 LAMP
110V/60W
1
1
1
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
No
Code-No
Items
Specifications
QÕTY
Remarks
4713-000194 LAMP
220V/60W
1
22 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4 12 ZPC
10
4713-001054 LAMP
240V/60W
1
23 DA59-30104G ASSÕY-CRUSHED
FTA
1
10 DA67-30266D CAP-SCREW
PP(SC-93437R)
4
24 DA59-30103B ASSÕY-ICE MAKER
FTA
1
11 DA63-10940A COVER-LAMP, FRE
MIPS
1
25 DA61-70253A SUPT-ICE MAKER
ABS
1
12 DA63-01003A COVER-DUCT
PP(SC-93437R)
1
26 DA73-10620A PIPE-WATER
HD-PE
1
13 DA67-10425D CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(MID)
FTA
1
27 DA63-10948B COVER-MOTOR SOLENOID
ABS
1
13-1 DA67-10422B CASE-BASKET(MID)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
28 DA74-40151C SOLENOID-CUBE
110V~127V/60Hz
1
SNA
13-2 DA63-10937B COVER-FRONT, A(LOW)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
SNA
DA75-90041A SOLENOID-CUBE
220V/60Hz
1
SNA
13-3 DA63-11059A COVER-FRONT, B(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
DA74-40151B SOLENOID-CUBE
230V~240V/50Hz
1
SNA
FTA
1
29 DA72-60348A SEAL-FOAM PE
FOAM-PE
1
SNA
14-1 DA67-10420B CASE-BASKET(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
30 DA74-40151C SOLENOID-CUBE
110V~127V/60Hz
1
SNA
14-2 DA63-10937A COVER-FRONT, A(LOW)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
SNA
DA75-90041A SOLENOID-CUBE
220V/50,60Hz
1
SNA
14-3 DA63-11059B COVER-FRONT, B(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
DA74-40151B SOLENOID-CUBE
230V/240V/50Hz
1
SNA
FTA
1
31 DA66-90003A GEAR-SOLENOID
POM(DELRIN500LC)
1
SNA
15-1 DA67-20318A SHELF-FRE(UPP)
ABS Reinforced glass
1
32 DA61-20140A SPRING-SOLENOID
STS 304
1
SNA
15-2 DA64-20207A TRIM-SHELF
LD-PE
2
33 DA63-90008A BUSH-SOLENOID
POM(DELRIN500LC)
1
SNA
FTA
1
34 DA61-60001A SLIDER-SOLENOID DISP
POM(DELRIN500LC)
1
SNA
16-1 DA67-20317A SHELF-FRE(LOW)
ABS Reinforced glass
1
35 DA65-20107A SADDLE-SOLENOID
NY-66
1
SNA
16-2 DA64-20207A TRIM-SHELF
LD-PE
2
36 DA31-10127A MOTOR-AUGER
220V
1
SNA
FTA
1
DA31-10127B MOTOR-AUGER
240V
1
SNA
17-1 DA67-20317B SHELF-FRE(LOW)
ABS Reinforced glass
1
DA31-10127C MOTOR-AUGER
110V~127V
1
SNA
17-2 DA64-20207A TRIM-SHELF
LD-PE
2
37 DA63-10030A COVER-CRUSHER
A 1050
1
SNA
1
38 DA39-20378A WIRE HARNESS, SUB
9
14 DA67-10426D CASE-BASKET ASSÕY(LOW)
15 DA67-20314B SHELF-FRE UPP ASSÕY
16 DA67-20315C SHELF-FRE LOW ASSÕY
17 DA67-20315D SHELF-FRE LOW ASSÕY
18 DA61-60182A RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(R)
18-1 DA61-60178A RAIL-UPP, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
39 DA70-20017A PLATE-D/AUGER
18-2 DA63-40256A GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
40 DA60-30109A NUT
19 DA61-60184A RAIL-LOW, ASSÕY(R)
1
1
STS 304
1
SNA
1
SNA
41 DA71-20270A FIXER-CASE
NBR
1
19-1 DA61-60180A RAIL-LOW, R
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
42 DA71-20252A FIXER-GROMMET D/FRE
ABS
2
19-2 DA63-40256A GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
43 DA34-10120A SWITCH-DOOR
125V/250V
1
44 DA47-20197B HEATER-DOOR
220V/10W
1
20 DA61-60181A RAIL-UPP, ASSÕY(L)
1
20-1 DA61-60177A RAIL-UPP, L
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
45 DA67-30218M CAP-SCREW
PP(SC-97403R)
2
20-2 DA63-40256A GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
46 DA60-10104B SCREW-PH
PH
2
47 DA61-70267A SUPT-PIPE, WATER
RD-PVC
1
21 DA61-61183A RAIL-LOW, ASSÕY(L)
1
21-1 DA61-60179A RAIL-LOW, L
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
21-2 DA63-40256A GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
3
109
110
1
1
15-14)
REFRIGERATING COMPARTMENT(SR-S27FTA)
Parts List of Refrigerating Compartment (SR-S27FTA)
No
Code-No
Items
Remarks
115V/90W
1
DA59-40210E EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
127V/90W
1
DA59-40210A EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
220V/90W
1
DA59-40210B EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
240V/90W
1
DA63-10957J COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
110V
1
DA63-10957K COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
127V
1
DA63-10957G COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
220V
1
DA63-10957L COVER-EVAP REAR ASSÕY(REF)
240V
1
2-1 DA63-10943A COVER-EVAP REAR, REF
PP(NTR)
1
2-2 DA31-20103A FAN
ABS 90
1
2-3 DA61-20128C SPRING-FAN
STS27 ID1.0 P17.8
1
2-4 DA63-40119A GROMMET-FAN MOTOR
NBR
2
2-5 DA72-60042A SEAL-CUTT RUBBER
NBR
1
SNA
2-6 DA63-10364A COVER-MOTOR
PP
1
SNA
2-7 DA72-60377A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(REF)
FOAM-LEX AL
1
SNA
2-8 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 STS 304
1
SNA
2-9 DA31-10109D MOTOR-FAN
110V, AMRHB-008ZQEB
1
DA31-10109W MOTOR-FAN
127V, AMRHB-008ZREB
1
DA31-10109B MOTOR-FAN
220V, AMRHB-008WTEB
1
DA31-10109F MOTOR-FAN
270V, AMRHB-008UVEB
1
2-10 DA72-60390A SEAL-CUTT FOAM LEX(REF)
FOAM-LEX
2
2-11 DA47-20200C HEATER-P CORD, REF
115V/35W
1
DA47-20200D HEATER-P CORD, REF
127V/35W
1
DA47-20200A HEATER-P CORD, REF
220V/35W
1
DA47-20200B HEATER-P CORD, REF
240V/35W
1
AL T0.8
1
2
2-12 DA70-20186A PLATE-EVAP BOTT, REF
112
QÕTY
DA59-40210C EVAPORATOR-REF ASSÕY
1
3
111
Specifications
SNA
SNA
SNA
3
DA63-10944A COVER-EVAP FRONT(REF)
PP(SC-93437R)
1
4
DA72-40463A INS-ASSÕY(EVAP FRONT)
FOAM-PS
1
SNA
4-1 DA72-40446A INS(EVAP FRONT)
FOAM-PS
1
SNA
4-2 DA72-40451A INS(EVAP REAR)
FOAM-PS
1
SNA
5
DA02-90106E CATALIST-LTC
6
6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH4 12 STS 304
2
7
DA63-10939D COVER-PURIFIER
ABS
2
8
6002-000215 SCREW-TAP, TH
TH4 16 ZPC
2
1
1
1
No
9
Code-No
Items
Specifications
DA63-10959D COVER-DAMPER ASSÕY(REF)
QÕTY
Remarks
No
1
Code-No
Items
19-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
Specifications
NY-66
2
Remarks
SNA
9-1 DA63-10953A COVER-DAMPER, REF
PP(SC-93437R)
1
9-2 DA72-40447A INS(DAMPER)
FOAM-PS
1
SNA
20-1 DA61-60180A RAIL-LOW(R)
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
9-3 DA72-60378A SEAL-FOAM PE(REF)
FOAM-PE
1
SNA
20-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
9-4 DA32-10104G SENSOR-ASSÕY(REF)
502AT
1
21 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 ZPC
6
9-5 DA63-10936C COVER-SENSOR
ABS
1
22 DA67-20330A SHELF-REF ASSÕY(UPP)
SR-S27FTA
1
10 DA71-20252A FIXER-GROMMET D/FRE
ABS
4
22-1 DA67-20319A SHELF-REF, UPP
ABS Reinforced glass
1
11 6002-000471 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 STS 304
4
22-2 DA64-20207A TRIM-SHELF
LD-PE
2
12 DA67-10429D CASE-CHILLED ASSÕY
SR-S27FTA
1
23 DA63-10385C COVER-LAMP, REF
MIPS
1
12-1 DA67-10419B CASE-CHILLED
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
24 4713-001041 LAMP-FLOURESCENT
90V/11W
1
12-2 DA63-10933B COVER-FRONT, A(CHILLED)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
SNA
25 DA67-10475A CASE-EGG ASSÕY
12-3 DA63-11056A COVER-FRONT, B(CHILLED)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
26 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 ZPC
1
SR-S27FTA
1
27 DA74-90132A TANK WATER
HD-PE, PE6200B
1
13-1 DA67-10417B CASE-VEG(UPP)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
28 6002-000213 SCREW-TAPPING
TH 4 12 ZPC
4
13-2 DA63-10932B COVER-FRONT, A(VEG)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
SNA
29 DA73-10466C PIPE-WATER LINE
LDPE, PE722, L1700
1
13-3 DA63-11057A COVER-FRONT, B(VEG)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
30 DA73-10466B PIPE-WATER LINE
LDPE, PE722, L1500
1
SR-S27FTA
1
31 6501-000124 CABLE-TIE
NY-66
4
14-1 DA67-10418B CASE-VEG(LOW)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
32 6501-000124 SWITCH-DOOR
125W/250V
1
14-2 DA63-10932C COVER-FRONT, A(VEG)
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
1
SNA
33 DA67-20327A SHELF-WINE
ABS
1
14-3 DA63-11057B COVER-FRONT, B(VEG)
ABS SCRAP(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
34 DA72-60408B SHELF-WATER, LINE
SILICON
2
SR-S27FTA
2
15-1 DA67-20320A SHELF-REF
ABS Reinforced glass
1
15-2 DA64-20207A TRIM-SHELF
LD-PE
2
SR-S27FTA
1
16-1 DA67-20320B SHELF REF, LOW
ABS Reinforced glass
1
16-2 DA64-20207A TRIM-SHELF
LD-PE
2
13 DA67-10427D CASE-VEG ASSÕY(UPP)
14 DA67-10428D CASE-VEG ASSÕY(LOW)
15 DA67-20313C SHELF-REF ASSÕY
16 DA67-20313D SHELF REF ASSÕY(LOW)
17 DA61-60181B RAIL-UPP ASSÕY(L)
20 DA61-60184A RAIL-LOW ASSÕY(R)
QÕTY
2
17-1 DA61-60177A RAIL-UPP(L)
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
17-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
18 DA61-60183B RAIL-LOW ASSÕY(L)
1
18-1 DA61-60179A RAIL-LOW (L)
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
18-2 DA63-40256B GROMMET-RAIL
NY-66
2
SNA
19 DA61-60182B RAIL-UPP ASSÕY(R)
19-1 DA61-60178B RAIL-UPP, R
2
HIPS(SC-93437R)
1
SNA
3
113
114
1
1
116. Assembled state of Machine Room
17. Disassembly of PCB panel and Assembly of internal components
116-1) Remove screws of the cover of the machine room at the bottom side of the back of the refrigerator
17-1) Unplug the refrigerator
17-2) Detach the cover of PCB panel using driver
16-2) Assembled state of Machine Room
17-3) Assembled state of PCB pane
115
3
116
18. Installation of the water dispenser line
1) For automatic operation of the ice maker, water pressure of 1.4~4.5Kgf/ is required.(It is
2. Connect the water tube to water tube valve
6. Fix the purifier.
acceptable if the disposable paper cup(177cc) can be filled up with water within a second.)
2) The water tube can be used by cutting to the desired length. Make sure that the tube is not
bent.
3) Make the maximum length of the water tube to be 12m, if possible. If the length is over 12m,
it will cause a problem to supply water because of decrease of water pressure.
4) Locate the water tube at the area without heat.
1) Insert the nut into the water
tube
2) Insert the water tube into the
water tube valve as shown in
the picture on the right side.
3) Tighten the nut by turning it.
1) Fix the purifier as shown int he
picture on the right.
5) The purifier is just for filtration. It will not work as sterilizer of microorganisms.
6) If the refrigerator is installed in the area with low water pressure(below 1.4 Kgf/ ),
additionally purchased booster pump may be installed in order to compensate the shortage
of pressure.
7) The life cycle of purifier depends upon the condition of the usage, but we recommend that
you change it every 6 months. So we recommend to install it at an eccess place for changing.
8) To supply water to the storage tank inside the refrigerator, press the cold water button for
about 2 or 3 minutes and make cold water drop from the cold water outlet.
9) In order to avid possible leakage, seal every joined area using sealing tape.
10) The water tube should be commected to the cold tap water.
Check the components
3. Select the purifier location for installation
1) Cut the water tube, attached to
the purifier, to the proper length
after measuring the distance from
the location of the purifier to the
water tube valve.
2) If you want to reassemble the
water inlet side and outlet side of
the purifier during the installation
of the purifier, see the reference
picture.
4. Remove the residuals inside the purifies.
1. Connect couplers and valve to the
water pipe.
1) Close the main water valve.
2) Connect the coupler ÒAÓ to the tap water
valve.
3) Connect the coupler ÒAÓ and ÒBÓ to the
water pipe.
4) Every joint should be taped with sealing
tape.(see the picture)
5) If there is only one water pipe, connect
coupler ÒAÓ
If the coupler A and B doesnÕt fit to
the existing water pipe, consult the
closest authorized service dealer and
purchase the right couplers for the
proper installation.
PRECATUTION!
The water tube should be connected
to the cold water pipe. If it is connected
to the hol water pipe, it may cause
some problems in the Functioning of
the purcher.
1) Open the main water valve to
check whether water is running
through the water tube from the
water inlet side of the purifier.
2) If water doesnÕt come out through
the tube, turn the water tube
valve.
3) Leave the faucet open until clean
water is running out.
4) It is no problem with the residuals
because it might be left while
manufactruing the filter.
5. Fix the purifier lock station.
1) Hold the purifier lock station
against the lock hole of rightlower side in the back of the
refrigerator and fix it tightly
using screw.
7. Connect the water tube to the refrigerator.
1) Remove the back cover of
the refrigerator.
2) Connect the water tube to
the valve through the hole in
the back cover as shown in
the picture.(The connector is
lockated at right side of the
machine room in the back of
the refrigerator.)
3) When connected, check
whether there is any leakage.
On leakage, reassemble them.
8. Put the water tube in order
1) Using the clip ÒAÓ and ÒBÓ fix
the water tube to the wall.
2) When the water tube is put in
order, make sure there are any
forced bending and pushing
against the water tube.
CLIP A
CLIP B
WATER TUBE
9. Complete the installation of the water dispenser line
1) Turn on the refrigerator and press
the left side lever until water is
coming out through the water
tube.(approximately 2~3minute)
(Press it until the initial air outing
phenomenon disappear.)
2) At this time, check any possible
leakage on the joints of the water
tube. After putting the water
tube in order, move the refrigerator
to the desired location. Once the
refrigerator is located, do not move
the refrigerator as possible.
117
10. Check the amount of supplied water to the ice maker.
1) Remove the upper ice maker
frome the refrigerator.
The Method to control the amount of water supply to the ice maker
3. If S/W control is completed, check the amount of supplied water to the
Ice Maker.
1. Disassemble the PCB panel at the top of he refrigerator.
If the controlled amount of water supply is slightly below
the optimum level, it doesnÕt matter for use.
2) When the test button is pressed, the ice cube container is tured and then water is
out from the tap of the ice maker where water is wupplied. At this time, check the
amount of water.(see the picture)
If there is over-supply of water, the ice cube will be made in attached form of 2 to
4 ice cubes, If there is less-supply of water, the ice cube will be made in small size.
When this happens, you may encounter inconvenience while using. This is not a
problem in the refrigerator. It is the problem of water pressure in the water pipe
and occurs frequrently. When this problem occurs, control the amount of water
supply by the following method.
2. Using the water controlling S/W, control the amount of water supply.
Option to control water-supply time
SWITCH NO
MODEL NAME
S/W1 S/W2 S/W3
SR-S24FTA
OFF
OFF
OFF
6 Seconds
ON
OFF
OFF
5 Seconds
OFF
ON
OFF
7 Seconds
ON
ON
OFF
8 Seconds
OFF
OFF
ON
9 Seconds
ON
OFF
ON
12 Seconds
OFF
ON
ON
15 Seconds
ON
ON
ON
23 Seconds
After change of the water-supply time, the
power switch of the refrigerator must be
turned off and then turned on again.
(Otherwise, the change will not work.)
When the refrigerator is marketed, the
water-supply time is set to 6 seconds.
The amount of water supply depends upon
the set time and the water pressure(water
pressure for home use).
If th ice cube is small, it may be caused by
less supply of water. So, increase the watersupply time(for example : change the time
from 6 seconds to 7 seconds).
If ice cubes are attached each other because
of over-supply of water, decrease the
water-supply time(for example : change the
time from 6 seconds to 5 seconds).
4. If the amount of water supply is not enough, reset the S/W.
(Read item 2 and 3). If the setting is completed in accordance with water
pressure in the pipe, reassemble the PCB panel.
Notice
When setting the amount of water supply,
do not select the large amount of water
supply from the beginning. Set step-by-step.
(Water can be over flowed)
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19-2) PCB ASSÕY Component List
Basic Model(SR-S24NTA)
ITEMS
REMARK
EA
TMP87C840N-4796
1
TOSHIBA
DA09-30015A
29 C-ELECTRIC
470
02 VOLTAGE REGULATOR KA7812
1
SAMSUNG SEMICONDUCTOR 1202-000243
30 C-ELECTRIC
104
03 VOLTAGE REGULATOR KA7805
1
SAMSUNG SEMICONDUCTOR 1003-000274
31 R-CARBON
47
04 IC-LINER
ULN2003A
2
ALLEGRO, T1
1003-000217
32 R-CARBON
220
05 LED-DRIVER
uP2981C
1
NEC, ALLEGRO
1003-000217
33 R-CARBON
47K
06 IC-RESET
KA7533
1
SAMSUNG SEMICONDUCTOR 1201-000001
34 R-CARBON
1K
07 TRASNISTOR
KSR1005
2
SAMSUNG SEMICONDUCTOR A 4 0 6 8 - 0 0 0 8
35 R-CARBON
2.2K
-J(1/4)
08 DIODE-SWITCHING
1N4148
(4) PYUNGCHANG
0402-000127
36 R-CARBON
4.7K
09 DIODE-ZENER
UZ5.1B
2
PYUNGCHANG
0403-000005
10 DIODE-RECT
IN4007
9
PYUNGCHANG
11 RESONATOR-CERAMIC 4.00MHz
1
12 SWITCH-TACT
SKHV-109105A
13 HEAT-SINK
01 MICOM
120
CODE-NO
Specification
NO
SUPPLIER
NO
ITEMS
Specification
/25V
EA
2
SUPPLIER
SAMWHA
11 DONGYANG
CODE-NO
2401-001401
2202-000780
1
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000023
-J(1/4)
3
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000034
-J(1/4)
4
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000076
11 ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000042
1
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000047
-J(1/4)
4
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000055
37 R-CARBON
6.8K -J(1/4)
2
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000060
0402-000137
38 R-CARBON
10K
-F(1/4)
19 ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000065
MURATA
2802-000159
39 R-METAL FILM
10K
-J(1/4)
5
ABCO, HANRUK
2004-000216
1
KYUNGIN
3404-000282
40 CR-NETWORK
250V 104 121
2
KUMKANG
2011-000875
AL6063
1
SINDANG
DA62-30103A
41 RELAY
JQ 1a-12V OR
MATSUSHITA
3501-000399
14 FUSE
250V 500mA
1
SMAJU
3601-000284
RELAY
5
MATSUSHITA
3501-000301
15 HOLDER-FUSE
FH-51H 7.5A
1
YONHO
A3064-0021
16 BUZZER
BM-20K
1
BUJUN
3002-001019
42 RELAY
VSB-12TB
2
TAKAMISAWA
3501-000274
17 COIL-CHOKE
75mH 10
1
BUJUN
DA75-10001A
43 PCB
FR-1 T1.6
1
CHUNGJU
DA41-10119A
18 SCREW
2S-3 8
1
DAEJUNG
6002-000463
44 CONNECTOR WAFER
YM396-07AV WHITE
1
YONHO
3711-000315
19 WIRE-SO-COPPER
P10.6
26 WONGONG
DA75-90001A
45 CONNECTOR WAFER
SM250-02 BLUE
1
YONHO
3711-000795
20 CONNECTOR WAFER
SMW250-02 WHT
1
YONHO
3711-000797
46 VARISTOR
SVC 471D-14A
1
SAMWHA CONDENSER
1405-000186
21 CONNECTOR WAFER
SMW250-06 BLU
1
YONHO
3711-001036
22 CONNECTOR WAFER
SMW250-06 WHT
1
YONHO
3711-001038
23 CONNECTOR WAFER
SMW250-07 WHT
1
YONHO
3711-001082
24 CONNECTOR WAFER
SMW250-11 WHT
1
YONHO
3711-000616
25 CONNECTOR WAFER
YW396-09AV WHT
1
YONHO
3711-000357
26 CONNECTOR WAFER
YW396-09AV RED
1
YONHO
3711-003383
27 C-ELECTRIC
220
1
SAMHWA
2401-000725
28 C-ELECTRIC
1000
1
SAMHWA
2401-000187
/35V
/35V
-J(1/4)
-J(1/4)
JZ 1aFS-12V
(Both Used)
REMARK
16. Assembled state of Machine Room
Additional components(to the basic type) : on the model with Ice Dispenser(SR-S24FTA)
NO
ITEMS
Specification
EA
SUPPLIER
CODE-NO
46 C-ELECTRIC
104
7
DONGYANG
2002-000780
47 R-CARBON
47K -J(1/4)
3
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000055
48 R-CARBON
1.0K -J(1/4)
4
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000042
49 R-CARBON
10K -J(1/4)
2
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000065
50 R-CARBON
12K -J(1/4)
1
ABCO, HANRUK
2001-000068
51 R-METAL FILM
10K -J(1/4)
1
ABCO, HANRUK
2004-000216
52 CONNECTOR WAFER
SMW250-08 WHT
1
YONHO
3711-001084
53 RELAY
JQ1a-12V OR
54 DIP S/W(Regulation
REMARK
3501-000399
JZ1a-FS12V(Both used)
2
MATSUSHITA
3501-000301
DJDI-04TL
1
JEIL
3407-000222
of water supply)
1N4148
55 DIODE-SWITCHING
(3) PYUNGCHANG
0402-000127
ÒDeleted components(from the Basic type) : 5 Wire-So-Copper
(Jump Wire at the position of C901~C905)Ó
19-3) Service Components list of Circuit
NO
Code No.
Items
01 DA41-20153D
Specification
EA
SR-S24NTA
Remark
Basic
MAIN PCB ASSÕY
03 DA41-20153E
SR-S24FTA
04 DA41-10118E
1
SR-S24NTA
Basic ICE & WATER DIP
Basic
PANEL PCB ASSÕY
06 DA41-10118D
SR-S24FTA
1
07 DA26-30111A DC-TRANS
AC220V/50,60Hz
1
DA26-30111B DC-TRANS
AC150V/50,60Hz
1
DA26-30111C DC-TRANS
AC240V/50,60Hz
1
08 DA32-10104F F-ROOM-SENSOR
502AT(430mm)
1
09 DA32-10104G R-ROOM-SENSOR
502AT(650mm)
1
10 DA32-10105F AMBIENT-SENSOR
502AT(250mm)
1
11 DA32-10105L F-EVA-SENSOR
502AT(640mm)
1
12 DA32-10105K R-EVA-SENSOR
502AT(200mm)
1
13 DA41-20152A INVERTER PCB
220V/50,60Hz
1
DA41-20147A INVERTER PCB
240V/50,60Hz
1
DA41-20148A INVERTER PCB
105V/50,60Hz
1
Basic ICE & WATER DIP
121
20. Specification of major components in circuit
20-1) REGULATOR
3. TERMINAL 1A POSITIVE
VOLTAGE REGULATORS
The KA78XX series of three-terminal positive
regulators are available in the TO-220 package and
with several fixed output voltages, making them
useful in a wide range of applications. Each type
employs internal current limiting, thermal shutdown and safe area protection, making it essentially
indestructible. If adequate heat sinking is provided,
they can deliver over 1A output current. Although
designed primarily as fixed voltage regulators, these
devices can be used with external components to
obtain adjustable voltages and currents.
FEATURES
Output Current up to 1A
Output Voltages of 5;6;8;9;10;11;12;15;18;24V
Thermal Overload Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Output Transistor SOA Protection
BLOCK DIAGRAM
122
TO-220
1 : Input
2 : GND
3 : Output
ORDERING INFORMATION
Device
Package
KA78XX
TO-220
KA78XXA
TO-220
KA78XXI
TO-220
Operating Temperature
0~ 12525
-40~ 12525
1
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS(T =25
A
unless otherwise specified)
Characteristic
Symbol
Value
Unit
V1
V1
35
40
V
V
Thermal Resistance Junction-Cases
ReJC
5
/W
Thermal Resistance Junction-Air
ReJA
65
/W
Operating Junction Temperature Range KA78XX/A
Operating Junction Temperature Range KA78XXI
TOPR
0~ 125
-40~ 125
Storage Temperature Range
TSTG
-65~ 150
Input Voltage (for Vo = 5V to 18V)
Input Voltage (for Vo = 24V)
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS KA78-5/1
(REFER TO TEST CIRCUIT, T MIN <T J <T MAX , I O=500mA, V 1=10V, C I=0.33 , C O=0.1 , unless otherwise specified)
Characteristic
Symbol
Test Conditions
TJ = 2525
Output Voltage
VO
KA78051
Min Typ Max Min Typ Max
VI=7V to 20V
Line Regulation
VO
TJ=2525
Load Regulation
VO
TJ=2525
Quiescent Current
IQ
4.75 5.0 5.25
Output Voltage Drift
Output Noise Voltage
Ripple
Rejection
VO
4.75 5.0 5.25
VI=7V to 25V
4.0 100
4.0 100
VI=8V to 12V
1.6
50
1.6
50
IO=0.5mA to 1.5mA
9
100
9
100
IO=250mA to 750mA
4
8
4
50
5.0 0.5
5.0
8
0.03
0.03 0.5
TJ=2525
IO=5mA to 1.0mA
IQ
Unit
4.8 5.0 5.2 4.8 5.0 5.2
5.0mA 1.0A, PO 15W
VI=8V to 20V
Quiescent Current Change
KA78050
VI=7V to 25V
1.3
0.3 1.3
VO
VO
IQ
IQ
VI=8V to 25V
0.3
VO/ T
IO=5mA
-0.8
-0.8
VO/ T
VN
f=10Hz to 100KHz TA=2525
42
42
VN
73
RR
RR
f=120Hz
VI=8V to 18V
62
73
62
Dropout Voltage
VO
IO=1A, TJ=2525
2
2
VO
Output Resistance
RO
f=1KHz
15
15
RO
Short Circuit Current
ISC
VI=35V, TA=2525
230
230
ISC
Peak Current
VPK
TJ=2525
2.2
2.2
VPK
TMIN < TJ < TMAX
KA78XXI : TMIN=-40 , TMAX=125
KA78XX : TMIN=0 , TMAX=125
Load and line regulation are specified at constant junction temperature.
Changes in VO due to heating effects must be taken into account separately.
Pulse testing with low duty is used.
123
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS KA7812/I
(Refer to test circuit, T MIN<T J<T MAX, I O-500mA, V I-19V, C I-0.33 , C O=0.1 , unless otherwise specified)
Characteristic
Symbol
Test Conditions
TJ = 2525
Output Voltage
VO
KA78051
Min Typ Max Min Typ Max
VI=14.5V to 27V
Line Regulation
VO
TJ=2525
Load Regulation
VO
TJ=2525
Quiescent Current
IQ
11.4 12 12.6
VI=14.5V to 30V
10 240
10 240
VI=16V to 22V
3.0 120
3.0 120
IO=5mA to 1.5mA
11 240
11 240
IO=250mA to 750mA
5.0 120
5.0 120
5.1
5.1
TJ=2525
Output Noise Voltage
Ripple
Rejection
0.5 1.0
IO=5mA
-1
-1
VN
f=10Hz to 100KHz TA=2525
76
76
f=120Hz
VI=15V to 25V
MV
mA
mA
0.5 1.0
VO/ T
RR
8
MV
0.1 0.5
VI==14.5V to 30V
55
73
55
mV/V/
71
dB
Dropout Voltage
VO
IO=1A, TJ=2525
2
2
V
Output Resistance
RO
f=1KHz
18
18
mV/
Short Circuit Current
ISC
VI=35V, TA=2525
230
230
mA
Peak Current
VPK
TJ=2525
2.2
2.2
A
TMIN < TJ < TMAX
KA78XXI : TMIN=-4025, TMAX=12525
KA78XX : TMIN=025, TMAX=12525
Load and line regulation are specified at constant junction temperature.
Changes in VO due to heating effects must be taken into account separately.
Pulse testing with low duty is used.
124
8
0.1 0.5
VI=15V to 30V
Output Voltage Drift
V
11.4 12 12.6
IO=5mA to 1.0mA
IQ
Unit
11.5 12 12.5 11.5 12 12.5
5.0mA 1.0A, PD 15W
VI=15.5V to 27V
Quiescent Current Change
KA78050
20-2) RESETIC(KA7533)
3.3V VOLTAGE DETECTOR
TO-92
The KA7533 prevents error of system from supply
voltage below normal voltage level at the time the
power on and instantane ous power off in systems.
FEATURES
Detecting against error operations at the power
ON/OFF.
Resetting function for the low voltage
microprocessor.
Checking low battery.
1 : Input
2 : GND
3 : Output
ORDERING INFORMATION
Device
Package
Operating Temperature
KA7533Z
TO-92
-30~ 7575
BLOCK DIAGRAM
125
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS(T =25
A
)
Symbol
Value
Unit
Supply Voltage
VCC
-0.3~ 15.0
V
Detecting Voltage
VDET
3.3
V
Hysteresis Voltage
RHYS
50
mV
Operating Temperature
TOPR
-30~ 75
Storage Temperature
TSTG
-50~ 150
PD
200
Characteristic
Power Dissipation
VDET/ T
Detecting Voltage Temperature Coefficient
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS(T =25
A
Characteristic
Symbol
mW
0.01
/W
)
Test Conditions
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
3.15
3.3
3.45
V
V
Detecting Voltage
VDET
RL=200 , VOL 0.4V
Low Output Voltage
VOL
RL=200
-
-
0.25
Output Leakage Current
ILKG
VCC=15V
-
-
0.1
Hystersis Voltage
VHYS
RL=200
30
50
100
Detecting Voltage
Temperature Coefficient
VDET/ T
RL=200
0.1
mV
/
Circuit Current(at on time)
ICCL
VCC=VDET(MIN)-0.05V
-
300
500
Circuit Current(at on time)
ICCH
VCC=5.25V
-
30
50
Threshold Operating Voltage
VTH(OPR)
RL=200 , VOL 0.4V
0.6
0.8
1.0
ÒLÓTransmission Delay Time
TDL
RL=0.1 , CL=100pF
-
10
15
ÒHÓTransmission Delay Time
TDM
RL=0.1 , CL=100pF
-
15
20
Output Current(at on time )
TOL
10
18
28
mA
8
16
30
mA
VCC=VDET(MIN)-0.05V
V
TC=25
Output Current(at on time )
TOL
VCC=VDET(MIN)-0.05V
TC=-30~ 75
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1
20-3) DRIVER IC(uPA2981C)
uPA2981C, 2982C
/CONNECTION DIAGRAM(Top View)
I : Input
O : Output
VCC : Supply Voltage
/EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT(1/8
uPA2981C
uPA2982C
V CC
50
V
VO
50
V
15
V
VI
30
V
IO
500
mA/Unit
W
PT
1.4
VR
50
V
IF
500
mA/Unit
T OPT
-30~+75
T STG
-55~+150
)
VCC(
IN
)
OUT
R1
GND(
)
R1 = 3
(uPA2981C)
R1 = 8.5 (uPA2982C)
/ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS(Ta=25 , VCC=5V)
MIN
IL
uPA2981C
VCE(sat)
uPA2982C
uPA2981C
II
uPA2982C
uPA2981C
uPA2982C
uPA2981C
uPA2982C
TYP
1.0
VCC=50V, VI=0.4V, TA=70
200
VI=2.4V, IO=100mA
1.45
1.7
V
VI=2.4V, IO=225mA
1.55
1.8
V
VI=2.4V, IO=350mA
1.7
1.9
V
VI=5V, IO=100mA
1.45
1.7
V
VI=5V, IO=225mA
1.55
1.8
V
VI=5V, IO=350mA
1.7
1.9
V
VI=2.4V
575
VI=3.85V
1.26
VI=5V
680
VI=12V
IO
ICC
MAX
VCC=50V, VI=0.4V
1.93
VI=2.4V, VCE=2V
350
VI=5V, VCE=2V
350
mA
mA
mA
mA
VCC=50V, V111~V18=2.4V
2.7
10
mA
VCC=50V, V111~V18=5V
2.7
10
mA
IR
VR=50V, VI=0V
50
VF
IF=350mA
2.0
V
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20-4) DRIVER IC(ULN2003A)
2001THRD
2024
HIGH-VOLTAGE, HIGH-CURRENT
DARLINGTON ARRAYS
ULN20XXL
ULN20XXA
Ideally suited for interfacing beween low-level logic circuitry and multipe
peripheral power loads, the Series ULN2000A/L high-voltage, high-current
Darlington arrays feature continuous load current ratings to 600mA for each of
the seven drivers. At an appropriate duty cycle depending on ambient
temperature and number of drivers turned ON simultaneously, typical power
loads totaling over 260W(400mA 7.95V) can be controlled. Typical loads
include relays, solenoids, stepping motors, magnetic print hammers,
multiplexed LED and incandesent displays, and heaters. All devices feature
open collector outputs with integral clamp diodes.
The ULN2001A device is a general-purpose array that may be used with
external input current limiting, or with most PMOS or CMOS logic directly.
The Series ULN20 3A/L has series input resistors selected for operation
directly with 5V TTL or COMS. These devices will handle numerous interface
need-particularly those beyond the capabilities of standard logic buffers.
Dwg. No. A-9594
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Output Voltage, VCE
(ULN200X*,ULN2013A) ¡ƒ¡ƒ 50V
(ULN202X*) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ 95V
Input Voltage VIN ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ 30V
Continuous Output Current, IC
(ULN200X*,ULN2013A) ¡ƒ 500mA
(ULN213A*) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ 600mA
Continuous Iutput Current, IIN ¡ƒ 25mA
Power Dissipation, PD
(one Darlington pair) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ 1.0W
(total package) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ See Graph
Operating Temperature Range,
TA ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
-20 to+8585
Storage Temperature Range,
TS ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ -55 to 15085
Note that the ULN2000A Series(dual
in-line package) and ULN2000L
series(small-outline IC package) are
electrically identical and share a
common pin number assignment.
128
The Series ULN20 4A/L features series input resistors for operation directly
from 6 to 15V CMOS or PMOS logic outputs.
The Series ULN200 A/L is the standard Darlington array. The outputs are
capable of sinking 500mA and will withstand at least 50V in the OFF state.
Outputs may be paralleled for higher load current capability. The ULN2013A
device is similar except that it will sink 600mA. The Series ULN202 A/L will
withstand 95V in the OFF state.
These Darlington arrays are furnished in 16-pin dual in-line plastic packages
(suffix A) and 16-lead surface-mountable SOICs (suffix L). All devices are
pinned with outputs opposite inputs to facilitate ease of circuit board layout.
FEATURES
TTL, DTL, PMOS, or CMOS Compatible inputs
Output Current to 600mA
Output Voltage to 95V
Transient-Protected Outputs
Dual ln-Line Plastic Package or Small-Outline IC Package
X=Digit to identify specific device. Characteristic shown applies to family of
devices with remaining digits as shown. See matrix on next page.
2001THRD 2024
HIGH-VOLTAGE, HIGH-CURRENT DARLINGTON ARRAYS
DEVICE NUMBER DESIGNATION
PARTIAL SCHEMATICS
VCE(MAX)
50V
50V
95V
IC(MAX)
500mA
600mA
500mA
ULN2001A(Each Driver)
Logic
Part Number
General Purpose
PMOS, COMS
ULN2001A*
5V
ULN2003A*
TTL, CMOS
ULN2003L*
6-15V
ULN2004A*
COMS, PMOS
ULN2004L*
-
ULN2023A*
ULN2013A*
ULN2023L*
-
ULN2024A
Dwg. No. A-9595
Dwg. No. A-9651
ULN20X4A/L(Each Driver)
ALLOWABLE PACKAGE POWER DISSIPATION IN WATTS
ULN20X3A/L(Each Driver)
* Also available for operation between-40 and +85 .
* To order, change prefix from ÔULNÕ to ÔULQÕ
SU
FF
IX
ÔA
Õ,
SU
FFI
R
JA
X ÔL
Õ, R
JA
=
60
=1
10
/W
/W
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE IN
Dwg. No. A-9898A
Dwg. No. GP-006
X=Digit to identify specific device. Specification shown appiles to family of
devices with remaining digits as show. See matrix above.
129
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20-5) RELAY(VSB-12TB)
VSBRelay
16 Amps. Miniature
Slim Type Power Relay
FEATURES
All or Nothing Relay
UL, CSA, VDE, SEV, SEMKO, IMQ, OVE,
BIS Recognized
Working Class : C
Type of Service : Contnuous Duty
Heavy Duty 16A Miniature Power Relay
UL Class B(130 ) lnsulation
High lsolation in Small Package
-Insulation Distance : 8mm
-Dielectric Strength : 5,000VAC
(between coil and contacts)
-Surge Strength : 10,000V
Low Power Consumption and
high Sensitive Type Available(VSB-S)
Washable (With Tape) Type Available
STRUCTURE
SPECIFICATIONS
CONTACT
Arrangement ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Arrangement ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Material ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Type ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Resistance(initial) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Ratings(resistive)
Nominal Load¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Max. Switching Power ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Max. Switching Voltage¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Max. Switching Current¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Max. Carrying Current ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Max. Switching Load ( 1) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Life Expectancy
Mechanical¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Electrical ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
GENERAL
1 Form A(SPST-NO) or
1 Form C(SPDT)
Silver alloy
Single Type
Max. 200m (at 6VDC 1A)
16A 250VAC or 30VDC
4,000VA, 480W
380VAC, 150VDC
16A
16A
5VDC 100mA
5 106 operations
1 105 operations(at nominal load)
COIL
130
Nominal Voltage ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Nominal Power(at 20 ) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Nominal Power(at 20 ) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Operate Power(at 20 ) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Nominal Power(at 20 ) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Operate & Release Voltage ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Max. Contious Voltage ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
3 to 100VDC
Standard Type
: 0.70 to 0.75W
High sensitive Type : 0.53W
Standard Type
: 0.35 to 0.37W
High sensitive Type : 0.26W
Please see Coil Data Chart
Please see Characteristic Data
Insulation Resistance ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Dielectric Strength ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
IMQ 22 ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Type ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Resistance(initial) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Surge Strength
IMQ 00 ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Temperature Range ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
(at nominal Voltage) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Tine Value ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
(at nominal Voltage) ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Vibration Resistance
Misoperation ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Endurance ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
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Shock Resistance
Misoperation ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Endurance ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Unit Weight¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Enclosure ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ¡ƒ
Min. 1,000M at 500VDC
1,000VAC 1 minute
(between open contacts)
5,000VAC 1 minute
(between open contacts)
(at 1.2 50 standard surge wave)
Standard Type
: -30 to 65
High sensitive Type :-30 to 75
Operate Max. 20ms
Release Max. 10ms
10 to 55Hz,
double amplitude of 1.5mm
10 to 55Hz,
double amplitude of 1.5mm
100m/s2(11 1ms)
1,000m/s2(6 1ms)
Approx. 18g
Polybutylene Terephthalate(PBT)
( 1) Min. Switching Load mentioned above reference values, Please perform the
confirmation test with the actual load before production since reference values my vary
according to switching frequencies, environmental conditions and
expected reliability levels.
VSBRelay
SAFETY STANDARD &
FILE NUMBERS
UL 508(File No. E56140. E108658)
C22.2 NO.0, NO.14(File No. LR35579)
Please be noted that UL/CSA rating may
differ from the Standard ratings.
Please request when the approval
markings are required on the cover.
Relay type
Nomial
coil Voltage
Contact ratings
VSB
3 to
100VDC
1/3HP 125VA/250VAC
16A 30VD/250VAC,
Resistive Pilot duty
C 150
ORDERING INFORMATION
VSB-12STB
Enclosure
B : Flux Free Type
C : Washable Typ(with tape)
Contact Arsngement
M : 1 Form A(SPST-NO)
T : 1 Form C(SPDT)
Coil Sensitivity
Ni : Standard Type
S : High Sensitive Type
Nominal Voltage
Type
Note) 1. Actual making omits the hyphen(-) of ( )
COIL DATA CHART
High Sensitive Type
Stamdard Type
ORDERING CODE
VSB 3(
VSB 5(
VSB 6(
VSB 9(
VSB - 12(
VSB - 14(
VSB - 18(
VSB - 24(
VSB - 36(
VSB - 48(
VSB - 60(
VSB - 100(
VSB - 3S(
VSB - 5S(
VSB - 6S(
VSB - 9S(
VSB - 12S(
VSB - 14S(
VSB - 18S(
VSB - 24S(
VSB - 36S(
VSB - 48S(
VSB - 60S(
VSB - 100S(
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Coil Nominal Voltage
V DC
Coil Resistance
10 (at 20 )
3
5
6
9
12
14
18
24
36
48
60
100
3
5
6
9
12
14
18
24
36
48
60
100
12.5
36
50
115
200
280
460
820
1,850
3,300
5,100
13,400
17
47
68
155
270
370
610
1,100
2,450
4,400
6,800
18,860
Must Operate Voltage Must Release Voltage
V DC(at 20 )
V DC(at 20 )
2.1
3.5
3.5
6.3
8.4
9.8
12.6
16.8
25.2
33.6
42.0
70.0
2.1
3.5
4.2
6.3
8.4
9.8
12.6
16.8
25.2
33.6
42.0
70.0
0.3
0.5
0.5
0.9
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.4
3.6
4.8
6.0
10.0
0.3
0.5
0.6
0.9
1.2
1.4
1.8
2.4
3.6
4.8
6.0
10.0
Coil Nominal Power
W (at 20 )
0.72
0.70
0.72
0.70
0.72
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.70
0.75
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
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MEMO
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Safefy Instruction o Service
Unplug the refrigerator before making any repair or any replacement.
Avoid the electric shock.
Use the rated components on the replacement.
Check the correct model, rated voltage, rated current, operating temperature and so on.
On repair, be sure that the wires such as harness are bundled tightly and are not
permeated by water...
Bundle tightly wires in order not to be detached by the external force.
On repair, remove completely dust, particles or other things on housing parts, harness
parts, and check parts.
Cleaning may prevent fire by tracking or short.
Check if there is any trace indicating the permaeation of water.
If there is that kind of trace, change the related components or do the necessary measure
such as taping using the insulating tape.
After repair, check the assembled state of parts.
It must be in the same assembled state when compared with the state before
disassembly.
Check the surrounding conditions of the installed refrigerator.
When the refrigerator is located at humid or wet place, or the installed state is unstable,
change the location.
If needed, do the grounding
Especially, if there is a possibility of the electric leakage, this appliance must be properly
grounded.
Do not allow consumers to use one consent for several plugs.
Check whether the power cord is placed under other appliance and so, damaged, frayed
squeezed.
Repair immediately the defective power plug or consent.
Make sure that the power cord does not come to be placed under other appliance or
squeezed.
Do not allow consumers to keep bottles or the likes in the Freezer Room or to keep foods
in unstable state.
Do not allow consumers to repair the appliance for themselves.
Do not allow consumers to keep other things except foods.
Medicines and other materials for research : this appliance will not maintain the
strictly controlled condition.
Volatile material(alcohol, benzene, ether, LP gas etc.) : possibility of explosion
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ELECTRONICS
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TEL : (062)950-6811, 6812
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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
Refrigerator Division 1998. 4
Printed in Korea
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