for service technician`s use only

FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY
NOTE: This sheet contains important Technical Service Data
Tech Sheet
Do Not Remove Or Destroy
Voltage Measurement Safety Information
When performing live voltage measurements, you must do
the following:
■■ Verify the controls are in the off position so that the
appliance does not start when energized.
■■ Allow enough space to perform the voltage
measurements without obstructions.
■■ Keep other people a safe distance away from the
appliance to prevent potential injury.
■■ Always use the proper testing equipment.
■■ After voltage measurements, always disconnect power
before servicing.
Service Test Mode:
No-Load Performance, Controls in Normal Position
Kw/24 hr/± 0.4
Ambient °F
25 cu. ft.
70°
1.0
90°
1.8
110°
2.4
Percent Run Time Cycles/24 hr/± 10%
± 10%
70°
30
90°
50
110°
75
70°
25
90°
25
Refrigerator
Freezer
Ice Maker
Compartment
Compartment
Compartment
Average Food
Average Food
Average
Temperature ± 4°F Temperature ± 4°F Temperature ± 5°F
110° 70° 90° 110° 70° 90° 110° 70° 90° 110°
25
38
38
38
0
0
0
15
15
15
Temperature Relationship Test Chart
Ambient °F
25 cu. ft.
Evaporator
Outlet
± 3°F
70°
90°
-20
-17
Evaporator
Inlet ± 3°F
70°
-20
90°
-17
Suction Line
± 7°F
70°
85
90°
105
Average Total
Wattage
± 10%
70°
90°
145
150
Suction
Pressure
± 2 PSIG
70°
90°
0
0
Head Pressure
± 5 PSIG
70°
85
90°
135
Check for proper voltage by completing the following steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
Connect voltage measurement equipment.
Plug in refrigerator or reconnect power and confirm voltage reading.
Unplug refrigerator or disconnect power.
Component Specifications
Component
Compressor
Specifications all parts 115 VAC/60Hz unless noted
BTUH ...................................................................
717 BTUH NC1116HZ
Watt .....................................................................
60 Hz / 101 watts
Current lock rotor ................................................
20.1 amps ± 15%
Current full load ...................................................
1.0 amps ± 15%
Resistance run windings .....................................
4.8 ohms ± 10%
Resistance start windings ...................................
4.6 ohms ± 10%
5SP
Volt ......................................................................
180 VAC
Capacitance ........................................................
12 μfd ± 10%
Maximum closing time ........................................
8 seconds
Temperature rating ..............................................
20°F - 110°F
RPM ....................................................................
4.2
Temperature ........................................................
Resistance
77°F .....................................................................
10,000 ohms ± 1.8%
36°F .....................................................................
29,500 ohms ± 1.0%
0°F .......................................................................
86,300 ohms ± 1.8%
Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) ..................
Clockwise
1120 RPM
RPM ....................................................................
3.4 ± 15% watts @ 115 VAC
Watt .....................................................................
0.085 amps ± 15% @ 115 VAC
Current ................................................................
Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) ..................
Clockwise
3000 RPM
RPM ....................................................................
5.5 ± 15% watts @ 12 VDC
Watt .....................................................................
Note: Fan blade must be fully seated on shaft to
achieve proper airflow.
Ult. trip amps @ 158°F (70°C) .............................
3.06 amps ± 15%
142°F ± 16°F
Close temperature .......................................
221°F ± 9°F
Open temperature .......................................
10 seconds ± 5
Short time trip (seconds) .....................................
14.3 amps ± 2 amps
Short time trip (amps @77°F (25°C)) ...................
Volt ......................................................................
120/240 VAC
Watt .....................................................................
495 watts
Current ................................................................
5.8/3.75 amps
Resistance across terminals:
56k ohms
Above 42°F ± 5° ..................................................
Open
Below 12°F ± 7° ..................................................
Closed
Volt ......................................................................
115 VAC
Wattage ...............................................................
470 ± 5% watts @ 115 VAC
Resistance ..........................................................
29.0 ± 5% ohms
Volt ......................................................................
120 VAC, 60Hz
See control board for diagnostics.
Wattage ...............................................................
35 watts (Blue Coil)
20 watts (Yellow Coil)
Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) ..................
Clockwise
3000 RPM
RPM ....................................................................
5.5 ± 15% watts @ 12 VDC
Watt .....................................................................
Note: Fan blade must be fully seated on shaft to
achieve proper airflow.
Type .....................................................................
SPST NC
Volt ......................................................................
125/250 VAC
Current ................................................................
8 / 4 amps
Relay
Compressor Run Capacitor
Electric Damper Control
Thermistor
Condenser Motor
Evaporator Fan Motor
Overload/Relay
Thermostat (Defrost)
Evaporator Heater
Control Board
Dual Water Valve,
Ice Box Fan
Light Switch
* To access the main control menu, press any of the four touch pads located on either side of the display. Then, touch the pad next to
the desired option or user setting to access the various features.
NOTE: Press only the touch pads next to your selection on the display screen, not the selection itself.
Upper left keypad = UL
UR =Upper Right keypad
Lower left keypad = LL
LR =Lower Right keypad
Auto
On/Off
Lock/Unlock
Cooling
hold 3 sec
hold 3 sec
Programming Mode:
Water
Express Fill
Cubes
Light
On
Light Sensor
Control Board Troubleshooting
NOTE: The Program Code is located on the Serial Plate on this unit after the word Code.
1. Press and hold the WATER Keypad.
2. Press and hold LL Keypad.
3. Release the WATER Keypad and wait 3 seconds.
4. The control will display PE to indicate the programming mode.
5. Entry is confirmed by pressing the LL Keypad once more.
6. The control will display the current Program CODE. This value should be validated with the Program CODE printed on the unit serial plate.
NOTE: If the Program CODE is correct, the Programming Mode is exited by pressing WATER Keypad for 3 seconds.
7. Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to change the digit value with each key press.
8. The decimal point indicates the selected digit. Press the UL Keypad to select the next digit.
9. Once the desired Program CODE is entered, press and hold the LL Keypad until the Program CODE begins flashing indicating it has been
saved.
NOTE: If you attempt to enter an invalid Program CODE the control will not save the new code, but will beep. (The unit will NOT run with a
Program CODE of 0000). Once the Program CODE has been saved, the Programming Mode is exited by pressing any key or by opening or closing
the refrigerator door. If the new code is incorrect, this process should be repeated.
The Programming mode can be exited at any time by pressing WATER key for 3 seconds or will exit if unattended for four minutes.
Enter the Service Test Mode by performing the following sequence of events:
1. Press and hold the WATER Keypad.
2. Press and hold UR Keypad.
3. Release the WATER Keypad and wait 3 seconds.
4. The display will show SE, confirming entry in the Service Mode.
5. Press the UR Keypad again to confirm entry in the Service Mode.
6. Display will show 101 in left display and numeric or dashes in right display.
7. Press UL Keypad and LL Keypad to toggle through Service Test numbers.
8. To exit service test mode, open and close refrigerator door or hold door alarm for 3 seconds.
Service Test - 101 Defrost Heater & Defrost Circuit
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to energize or de-energize the Defrost circuit. The display will read OFF when de-energized, OP when
energized with open defrost thermostat and CL when energized with closed defrost thermostat.
Service Test - 102 Compressor / Condenser Fan
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to toggle Compressor/Condenser fan On and Off.
Service Test – 112 Freezer Fan
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to toggle Freezer Fan On High speed, Low speed and Off.
NOTE: Display will show state 0.0 for OFF, 11.0-14.0 volts for High speed or 7.75- 8.25 volts for Low speed.
Service Test – 113 Ice Compartment Fan
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to toggle Ice compartment Fan On High speed, Low speed and Off.
NOTE: Display will show state 0.0 for OFF, 11.0-14.0 volts for High speed or 7.75- 8.25 volts for Low speed.
Service Test – 121 Damper Operation
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to toggle Damper OP open and CL closed.
NOTE: When damper is opening or closing, it will display -- if damper state is unknown. It can also show DP if Damper is moving when initially
entering service mode.
Service Test – 131 Mullion Heater
Press the UR keypad or LR Keypad to toggle Mullion Heater Off and On.
Service Test – 141 Fresh Food Thermistor
Will show Fresh Food Temperature, OP for open thermistor, or SH for shorted thermistor.
Service Test – 142 Freezer Thermistor
Will show Freezer Temperature, OP for open thermistor, or SH for shorted thermistor.
Service Test – 144 Ambient Thermistor
Will show Ambient Temperature, OP open thermistor, or SH shorted thermistor.
Service Test – 145 Ice Box Thermistor
Will show Ice Box Temperature, OP open thermistor, or SH shorted thermistor.
Service Test – 151 Fresh Food Door State
Will show state of Fresh Food Door: OP (open) or CL (closed).
NOTE: By pushing either Fresh Food Door switches, you can toggle state from OP (open) to CL (closed).
Service Test – 152 Freezer Food Door State
Will show state of Freezer Door: OP (open) or CL (closed).
NOTE: By pushing Freezer Door Switch you can toggle state from OP (open) to CL (closed).
Service Test – 153 Disable Internal Lights
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to toggle Enable En and Disable dIS internal lights.
Service Test - 163 Water Dispenser
Display shows the state of the Water Dispenser Valve (ON or OFF).
NOTE: By pushing Actuator pad or Express Fill keypad, you can control state of Water Dispenser Valve.
Service Test - 164 External Ice Chute Door
Display shows the state of the External Ice Chute Door: CL (closed) or OP (open).
NOTE: By pushing Actuator pad you can control state of External Ice Chute Door.
Service Test - 165 Dispenser Lamp
Display shows the state of the Dispenser Lamp (ON or OFF).
NOTE: By pushing Actuator pad or Express Fill keypad, you can control state of dispenser lamp.
Service Test - 167 Cavity Heater Test (On some models)
Toggles the state of the Cavity Heater ON or OFF.
NOTE: Pushing UR keypad or LR keypad toggles the cavity heaters state to ON or OFF.
Service Test - 168 Cube Dispenser and Internal Ice Chute Door Operation
Display shows the state of the ice auger motor and the internal ice chute door. (ON or OFF)
NOTE: By pushing actuator pad you can control state of the Ice auger motor and the internal ice chute door.
Service Test - 171 Actuator Pad
Display shows the state of the Actuator Pad (ON or OFF).
Service Test - 172 Front Fill (On some models)
Display shows the state of the Front Fill (ON or OFF).
Service Test - 173 Ambient Light
Display shows light sensor measurement (Hi or Lo). Night light will turn on when light sensor measures Lo. By changing the sensor’s exposure to
ambient light you can control the sensor measurement.
Service Test - 175 Dispenser Switch
Display shows the state of the Dispenser Switch (ON or OFF).
NOTE: By pushing Actuator pad or Express Fill keypad, you can change state of Dispenser Switch.
Service Test - 182 LED Indicator Operation
Press the UR keypad or LR keypad to show operation of LED Indicators. All LED Indicators will flash. Press again and LED will stop flashing.
Service Test - 183 Keypad Operation
Display shows a numeric or letter display indicating the last key pressed.
NOTE: UR and LR keypads have no effect when pressed and UL and LL keypads remain operational.
Service Test - 192 Ice Maker State Test
n Display shows dr if left fresh food door switch is in the door open position.
n Display shows OFF if ice maker power switch is in the off position and door closed.
n Display shows On if the ice maker power switch is in the on position and the door closed and heater is off.
n Display shows OnH if icemaker power switch is in the on position and harvest heater is on and door closed.
Service Test - 193 Ice Maker Relay
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to toggle the ice maker relay ON and OFF.
NOTE: Service tests 201-213 modify factory settings to suit customer’s needs.
Service Test - 201 Mullion Heater Override
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to change Mullion Heater from cycling on with compressor (Off position) to 100% operation (On Position).
NOTE: If present, the Humidity Control Button toggles between the selected Mullion Heater Function and 0% operation.
Service Test - 202 Default Defrost Operation
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to change Defrost Operation from normal adaptive defrost (Off position) to minimum time between
defrosts (On position).
Service Test - 203 Show Temperature Set points
Disregard this test - Unit will not display actual temperature, only set temperature.
Service Test - 211 Fresh Food Temperature Adjustment
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to change calibration of Fresh Food Temperature plus or minus in 1°F increments up to 6°F.
NOTE: Temperature will read in Fahrenheit regardless of what current temperature scale is being used.
Service Test - 212 Freezer Temperature Adjustment
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to change calibration of Freezer Temperature plus or minus 1°F in increments up to 6°F.
NOTE: Temperature will read in Fahrenheit regardless of what current temperature scale is being used.
Service Test - 213 Ice Compartment Temperature Adjustment
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to change calibration of Ice Compartment Temperature plus or minus 1°F in increments up to + 0 / + 8°F.
NOTE: Temperature will read in Fahrenheit regardless of what current temperature scale is being used.
Service Test - 221 Reset Default Settings
Press the UR Keypad or LR Keypad to reset to factory default settings dEF.
Service Test - 231 Water Filter Usage
Display shows the percent water filter consumption since water filter was reset. 100% indicates the filter should be replaced.
Service Test - 232 Water Filter Days In Use
Display shows the number of days since the water filter was reset.
Service Test - 241 Software Revision Main Control Board
Display shows the Software revision of the Main Control Board.
Service Test - 244 Software Revision Display Board
Display shows the Software revision of the Display Board.
NOTE: Service tests 3XX and above are reserved for Engineering Use Only.
Defrost Operation:
The Control Board adapts the compressor run time between defrosts to achieve optimum defrost intervals by monitoring the length of time the
defrost heater is on. After initial power up, defrost interval is 4 hours compressor run time. Defrost occurs immediately after the 4 hours.
Forced Defrost Mode:
Enter the Forced Defrost Mode by performing the following sequence of events:
1. Press and hold the WATER Keypad.
2. Press and hold LR Keypad.
3. Release the WATER Keypad and wait 3 seconds. Fd appears in the left side of the display.
4. Press the LR Keypad again. Sh appears in right side of the display.
5. Press LR again to force defrost. Fd and Sh will flash in display indicating unit is in defrost.
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Iceland 20 JA & KA
N
WH
BASE PAN
BK
BK
6
4
5
3
RY4 ICEMAKER 8 8
MAIN
ACT SW
YL
WH
WH
OR
WH
C NO
J4
+12
DCSW3
DCSW4
ICDIN
ACTDR
MACT
1
2
3
4
5
6
J3
RD / BK
+12 1
BU / RD
DCSW1 2 BU / WH
DCSW2 3
4
3
2
1
ON CERTAIN MODELS ONLY
FOUNTAIN CAVITY MODULE
RD
BU
BK
YL
WH
OR
DISP
+12
OWL
DIG GND
PK / BK
RD / BK
YL / BK
BK / GN
RD / BK
RD / BK
BU / RD
BU / WH
DISPENDER DOOR MODULE
SPLICE
CAVITY
HEATER
REF LINER MODULE
RD
C
NC
NC
NO
C
RD / BK
BU / WH
TN / RD
TN / RD
TN / RD
BK / RD
RD
RD
YL / WH
WH
WH
TN
SOLENOID
VALVE
FLIPPER MULLION MODULE
MULLION
HEATER
REFRIG
LT SW
(RIGHT)
REFRIG
LT SW
(LEFT)
WATER
ICE
GN / YL
RD / WH
TN / RD
TN / RD
WH
TN / RD
GN / YL
RD
TN
YL / WH
BK / RD
RD / WH
WH
TN / RD
GN / YL
RD
TN
YL / WH
BK / RD
RD / WH
WH / OR
WH / BU
WH
YL / WH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
WH
BK
LOWER
REFRIG
LIGHT
CNN
OC
TN / RD
RD / WH
RD / WH
ICE FAN
GY
REFRIG
LIGHT
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
BK / YL
BK / GN
RD / BK
COM
3 2 1
3 2 1
Vcc
ALTERNATE DC FAN MOTOR
REF LINER MODULE
REF LIGHT
HOUSING MODULE
REFRIG
LIGHT
RD
BU
WH
REF
THERMISTOR
1 1
2 2
3 3
AUTOMATIC
ICEMAKER
YL
"H" TAP
BK
IM
THERMAL SWITCH
FUSE
VT
BK
1 2 3 4
WH
TN
VT
YL
GY
GN / YL
RD / BK
BU / BK
BK /GN
RD / WH
RD
BU / RD
ICEBOX MODULE
FRZ LIGHT
MODULE
MOTORIZED
ICE
DAMPER
THERMISTOR
WH
WH
LIGHT
HOUSING
DEFROST
HEATER
EVAP/HEATER MODULE
1 2
BK
FRZ LIGHT
SWITCH
WH
TN / RD
WH RIP CORD
WH RIP CORD
OR
OR
FRZ
LIGHT
S
P
L
I
C
E
OR
YL / RD
or BK
YL / RD
1 1
BU / RD
BU / RD
2
2
RD
RD
3
3
GN / YL
GN / YL
4 4
BR
BK
FRZ
THERMISTOR
Wiring Diagram
C NC
BU
RD
J1
DISPENSER
CONTROL PCB
TN
GN / YL
WH
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
WH
WH
PK
GN / YL
GN / YL
AUGER
MOTOR
GY / WH
1 2
WH
BK
DEFROST
TERMINATOR
WH
7
TR1 DMPR 7
9
RY5 AUGR MTR 9
3
2
1
EMPTY 3
TH2 FZ THERM 2
TH1 FF THERM 1
DENOTES USAGE ON
CERTAIN MODELS ONLY
4
TH4 ICE THERM 4
6
5
4
3
2
1
OWL 6
DC1+ DC EVAP FAN 5
DC2+ DC ICE FAN 4
DISP 3
+ 12V 2
DIG GND 1
J6
5
TH-GND THERM GND 5
J3
AC3 / INT 10 10
8
RY4 ICEMAKER 8
5
AC4 D-SENS 5
7
4
AC4 DMPR SW NO 4
6
3
AC5 Z1 3
AC2 FZ LITE 6
2
AC6 Z2 2
RY3 DISP VLV 7
1
J2
AC7 FF LITE 1
ICELAND MAIN
CONTROL PCB
L2 (N) 8 8
5
6
EMPTY 5
RY7 FF/FZ LT 6
3
4
L1/AC1 (H) 4
2
RY2 STAT 2
RY6 EVAP MTR 3
1
J1
RY1 COMP 1
NO
NO
NC
TN / RD
NO
BK / RD
TN / RD
6
5
MAIN ACT SWMACT 6
4
ACTDR 5
1
DOOR SWICD IN 4
J4
BK / GN
+12 1
3
2
TRIO HEATER DCSW2 3
1
J3
CAVITY HTR DCSW1 2
4 DISP
+12 1
3 +12
4
2 OWL
2
3
1 DIG GND
1
J1
WH
WH
WH
WH
WH
WH
WH
WH
WH
OR
RD
DOOR MTR
WH
RD
RD / BK
RD / BK
WH
DOOR SW
LED LTS
TRIO HTR
CAVITY HTR
ALTERNATE TSD
RELAY
CAVITY ACTUATOR SW
WH
YL
BK
BU
RD
BU / WH
BU / RD
RD / BK
SOL
SOL
3
PK / BK
RD / BK
YL / BK
BK / GN
TN
WH
RD / WH
RD / WH
RD / WH
RD / WH
DISP CONTROL PCB
ICE
AUGER
YL
H
FRZ LIGHT
LOWER FF LIGHT
FF LIGHT
FF LIGHT
ICEMAKER
GY / WH
TN / RD
TN / RD
TN / RD
AC EVAP MTR
R
CAP
DOOR MTR DCSW4 3
BK / GN
BK / GN
WH / OR
WH / OR
WH / OR
GY
BK
OR
C
S
COMP
PTC
RELAY
RD / BK
ICE FAN
EVAP
FAN
FF THERM
FZ THERM
ICE THERM
VT
IM
SWITCH
GY / WH
FRZ LIGHT SWITCH
C
NC
LT FF LIGHT SWITCH
C
BU / RD
C
NC
OVERLOAD
DEF HTR
BU
BU
COND MTR
115 VAC
GND
2
VT
RD
DAMPER
SWITCH
OR
DEF TERM
RT FF LIGHT SWITCH
RD
DAMPER
THERMAL
FUSE
RD
RD
RD
RD
LED LIGHTS DCSW3 2
PK / BK
BU / BK
BK / YL
YL / BK
WH / BU
WH / YL
WH / BK
WH / OR
BK / RD
PK
VT
YL / WH
GY / WH
OR
BU / RD
YL
GY
TN / RD
WH
YL / RD or BK
RD / WH
RD
BK
BR
BU
H
Schematic
DOOR
MTR SW
RD
BU
OR
CAVITY LEDS
6 5 4 3 2 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
WH / OR
WH / OR
WH / OR
GY / WH
WH
DOOR
MOTOR
YL / BK
YL / BK
BK / YL
WH / YL
CABINET MODULE
BK / YL
BK / YL
RD / WH
TN / RD
TN / RD
WH
TN / RD
GN / YL
RD
TN
YL / WH
BK / RD
RD / WH
WH
TN / RD
GN / YL
RD
TN
YL / WH
BK / RD
RD / WH
S
P
L
I
C
E
S
P
L
I
C
E
WH / OR
WH / BU
BK / GN
BK / GN
MAIN CONTROL MODULE
RD / BK
PK / BK
BU / BK
RD / BK
PK / BK
BU / BK
WH / BK
WH / OR
WH / BK
WH / OR
BK / GN
WH / YL
WH / YL
BK / GN
WH / BU
WH / BU
GN / YL
1 1
YL / RD
2 2
BU / RD
3 3 TN
4 4 YL
5 5 GY
6 6 WH
WH / OR
7 WH
WH / BK 7
RD 8 8 RD
9 9
10 10
WH
WH
11 11
RD / BK
RD / BK
12 12
VT
VT
13 13
BU / BK
BU / BK
14 14
BK /GN
BK /GN
15 15
PK
PK
16 16
GN / YL
YL / RD
BU / RD
TN
YL
GY
RD / BK
RD / BK
OWL 6 6
BK / RD
BK / RD
S
P
L
I
C
E
WH
TN / RD
GN / YL
RD
TN
YL / WH
BK / RD
RD / WH
RD
RD
WH
TN / RD
GN / YL
RD
TN
YL / WH
BK / RD
RD / WH
WH
WH
RD / BK
RD / BK
BK / GN
BK / GN
DISP 3 3
DC2+ DC ICE FAN 4 4
DC1+ DC EVAP FAN 5 5
J6
DIG GND 1 1
+12V 2 2
TH4 ICE THRM 4 4
TH-GND THRM GND 5 5
PK
PK
VT
YL / WH
VT
YL / WH
BU / RD
OR
GY / WH
RD / BK
J3
TH1 FF THRM 1 1
TH2 FZ THRM 2 2
EMPTY 3 3
AC3 / INT 10 10
RY5 AUGR MTR & ICEBX SOL 9 9
GY
GY
YL
BU / RD
OR
GY / WH
YL
TN / RD
TN / RD
S
P
L
I
C
E
S
P
L
I
C
E
LIGHT
HOUSING
S
P
L
I
C
E
RY3 DISP VLV 7 7
AC5 Z1 3
AC4 DMPR SW NO 4
AC4 D-SENS 5
AC2 FZ LITE 6
AC7 FF LITE 1 1
AC6 Z2 2 2
RD
WH
RD
RD
SPLICE
WH
RD / WH
YL / RD
S
P
L
I
C
E
S
P
L
I
C
E
RD / WH
GY / WH
GY / WH
FAN
SHIELD
WH
EVAPORATOR FAN
BK
WH
1 1
2 2 WH
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6 GN / YL
7 7 GN / YL
8 8 BK
9 9
BR
10 10
OR
11 11
WH
12 12
WH
RD / WH
GN / YL
BK
BR
OR
WH
WH / OR
WH / YL
BK / YL
BK / GN
RD / BK
RD / WH
RD / WH
WH
TN
J2
BU
BR
BK / GN
GN / YL
GN / YL
GN
BR
BK
RD
BK
RD
RD
BU
RY1 COMP 1 1
BR
RY2 STAT 2 2
BK
RY6 EVAP MTR 3 3
RD
L1 / AC1 (H) 4 4
EMPTY 5 5
RD / WH
RY7 FF / FZ LT 6 6
YL / RD
TR1 DMPR 7 7
WH
L2 (N) 8 8
WH
RD
GN / YL
BU
WH / OR
J1
1
2
3
4
5
6
CABINET MODULE
GN / YL
GN / YL
MC MODULE
1
BK
2
GN / YL 3
BU
4
BU 5
6
WH
WH
COMP
RD / WH
ICELAND MAIN
CONTROL PCB
S
P
L
I
C
E
RUN BU
CAP
WH BU
S
WH
WH
115 VAC
60 HZ
SERVICE
RIBBED
GN / YL
BASE PAN
GROUND
COMP
GROUND
CONDENSER
FAN MOTOR
WH
WH
OVERLOAD
PTC RELAY
ALTERNATE TSD
RELAY
R
WH
W10814253A
Assy : W10814250
WH
BU Vs
RD
C
FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY
W10814253A
Assy : W10814250
Rev: A
Rev: A
NOTE: This sheet contains important Technical Service Data.
FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN ONLY
DO NOT REMOVE OR DESTROY
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