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GE Appliances

Technical Service Guide

December 2012

2012 Profi le and GE

French Door

Refrigerators

DFE29JG

DFE29JM

DFE29JS

GFE27GG

GFE27GS

GFE29HG

GFE29HM

GFE29HS

PFE27KG

PFE27KS

PFE29PG

PFE29PS

PYE23KG

PYE23KS

PYE23PS

GE Appliances

General Electric Company

Louisville, Kentucky 40225

IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE

The information in this service guide is intended for use by individuals possessing adequate backgrounds of electrical, electronic, and mechanical experience. Any attempt to repair a major ap pli ance may result in personal injury and property damage. The man u fac tur er or seller cannot be responsible for the in ter pre ta tion of this in for ma tion, nor can it assume any liability in connection with its use.

WARNING

To avoid personal injury, disconnect power before servicing this prod uct. If electrical power is required for diagnosis or test purposes, disconnect the power immediately after performing the necessary checks.

RECONNECT ALL GROUNDING DEVICES

If grounding wires, screws, straps, clips, nuts, or washers used to complete a path to ground are removed for service, they must be returned to their original position and properly fastened.

GE Appliances

Technical Service Guide

Copyright © 2012

All rights reserved. This service guide may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any form without written permission from the General Electric Company.

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Table of Contents

3-Way Valve ....................................................................................................................................................................61

3-Way Valve Coil ............................................................................................................................................................60

Ambient Thermistor ......................................................................................................................................................41

Articulating Door Mullion ...........................................................................................................................................80

Auger Motor ......................................................................................................................................................................73

Circuit Boards ..................................................................................................................................................................81

Components .....................................................................................................................................................................40

Component Locator Views ........................................................................................................................................31

Compressor Replacement .........................................................................................................................................62

Condenser Fan ................................................................................................................................................................59

Consumer Control LCD Models ................................................................................................................................24

Control Board Connector Locator ..........................................................................................................................33

Control Features .............................................................................................................................................................14

Dealer Demo Mode .......................................................................................................................................................22

Deli Pan Assembly ........................................................................................................................................................45

Dispenser Assembly .....................................................................................................................................................64

Door Closure Mechanisms .........................................................................................................................................42

Door/Drawer Gaskets ..................................................................................................................................................43

Freezer and Fresh Food Drain Trap Tubes .......................................................................................................59

Freezer Defrost Heater ................................................................................................................................................56

Freezer Drawer, Bin, and Basket ............................................................................................................................10

Freezer Drawer Front ...................................................................................................................................................11

Freezer Drawer Slide Assemblies ..........................................................................................................................53

Freezer Evaporator Cover .........................................................................................................................................54

Freezer Evaporator Thermistor ...............................................................................................................................57

Freezer Fan ......................................................................................................................................................................55

Freezer Overtemperature Thermostat .................................................................................................................56

Fresh Food Defrost Heater ........................................................................................................................................51

Fresh Food Door and Freezer Drawer Handles ..............................................................................................10

Fresh Food Evaporator Cover ................................................................................................................................51

Fresh Food Evaporator Thermistor ........................................................................................................................52

Fresh Food Fan ..............................................................................................................................................................52

Fresh Food Overtemperature Thermostat .........................................................................................................52

Hinge Cover .....................................................................................................................................................................40

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Ice Box Door Assembly ...............................................................................................................................................67

Ice Box Fan ........................................................................................................................................................................57

Ice Box Thermistor .........................................................................................................................................................72

Ice Bucket .........................................................................................................................................................................68

Icemakers .........................................................................................................................................................................69

Installation ..........................................................................................................................................................................9

Interior Air fl ow ....................................................................................................................................................................8

Interior Lights ...................................................................................................................................................................43

Introduction .........................................................................................................................................................................5

Inverter ...............................................................................................................................................................................61

Inverter Compressor .....................................................................................................................................................63

Isolation Water Valve ...................................................................................................................................................78

Machine Compartment Cover ...............................................................................................................................58

Nomenclature .....................................................................................................................................................................6

Operation Overview ......................................................................................................................................................37

Refrigeration System ...................................................................................................................................................35

Removing the Fresh Food Doors ............................................................................................................................12

Schematics .......................................................................................................................................................................87

Service Diagnostic Functions ...................................................................................................................................83

Service Diagnostic Mode ............................................................................................................................................83

Single-Speed Compressor .........................................................................................................................................63

Technical Data ....................................................................................................................................................................7

Thermistors .......................................................................................................................................................................49

Warranty ...........................................................................................................................................................................91

Water Filter .......................................................................................................................................................................74

Water Filter Manifold ....................................................................................................................................................75

Water Tank ........................................................................................................................................................................77

Water Valve and Flowmeter .....................................................................................................................................78

Zigbee™ Board ................................................................................................................................................................41

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Introduction

The 2012 Pro fi le and GE French Door Refrigerators have the following features:

• Available in 23-29-cubic foot capacity

• ENERGY

®

quali fi ed

• Integrated Dispenser with Crushed Ice, Water, and Actual Temperature Display ― Features easy-to-reach, easy-to-read temperature controls and a setting to quickly restore proper temperature after frequent door openings.

• Advanced ― GE’s exclusive fi ltration system removes harmful pharmaceuticals from water and ice.

• In-the-door ― Located in the door for more available space in the fresh food section and easy replacement.

• Seamless stainless steel water/ice dispenser with pullout tray ― Gives a streamlined look while easily allowing the fi lling of tall items.

• Hands-free Auto Fill ― Allows you to walk away while the dispenser automatically fi lls most containers with fi ltered water.

• Space-saving icemaker in the door and an additional icemaker on some models

• Stainless steel doors with hidden hinges ― Offer a sleek fi nish with the clean look of concealed hinges.

• An articulating door mullion attached to the left-side door provides a movable center mullion that maximizes access to the fresh food compartment.

• Secure-Close Door Systems ― Securely pulls the doors and drawers shut.

• TwinChill™ with Dual Evaporators ― Uses 2 evaporators to help maintain temperature and humidity levels to keep foods fresh.

• Most fi le models have a full-width deli pan with 5 electronically controlled temperature settings and

LED lighting. Other models have a full-width deli pan with a mechanically adjustable temperature control without LED lighting.

• An external air thermistor changes the control setting based on ambient condition to keep the fresh food and freezer at the correct temperature.

• TurboCool

TM

― Rapidly cools the refrigerator compartment in order to more quickly cool foods.

• TurboFreeze Rapidly cools the freezer compartment in order to more quickly freeze foods.

• LED Pin-Point Lighting ― Casts a clean, beautiful light throughout the fresh food and freezer.

• Available in white or black fi nish or stainless wrap.

tray Allows for extra door storage when you need it and tucks away when you don’t.

Note:

Features may vary by model.

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Nomenclature

Brand/Product

P - Pro fi le

G - GE

D - Adora

Confi guration

F - French Door, Standard Depth

Energy Star

Capacity

23 to 29 - Cubic Foot

Feature Pack

P F E 2 9 P S D A S S

Handle Color

S - Stainless

B - Black

W - White

Exterior Color

S - Stainless

B - Black

W - White

Engineering Digit

Finish

Stainless

Model Year

D - 2012

The mini-manual is located inside the hinge cover.

The nomenclature plate is located on the upper right wall of the fresh food compartment. It contains the following information:

Mini-Manual Location

Nomenclature

• Model and Serial

Number

Clearances

Frequency

Rating and Type

Z

– DEC

A – JAN

D – FEB

F – MAR

G – APR

H – MAY

L

JUN

M –JUL

R – AUG

S – SEP

T – OCT

V – NOV

Serial Number

The fi rst two characters of the serial number identify the month and year of manufacture.

Example: ZZ123456S = December, 2012

2012 –

Z

2011 – V

2010 – T

2009 – S

2008 – R

2007 – M

2006 – L

2005 – H

2004 – G

2003 – F

2002 – D

2001 – A

The letter des ig nat ing the year re peats every

12 years.

Example:

Z - 2012

Z - 2000

Z - 1988

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Technical Data

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EVAPORATOR

EVAP FAN

FREEZER

ICEMAKER

FAN

FREEZER

DC HINGE

CONNECTOR

VACUUM PANEL

LEFT WALL

FF LED LIGHT

AMBIENT

SENSOR

REFRIGERATOR AIRFLOW

FF SENSOR

FF LED

LIGHT

HUMIDITY

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ICE SYSTEM AIRFLOW

AC HINGE

CONNECTOR

ICEMAKER FAN

EVAP FAN

EVAP DEFROST HEATER

EVAP DEFROST HEATER

FF LED

LIGHT

MAIN PCB

(in Rear)

COMP. POWER CORD

EVAP SENSOR

FZ SENSOR

3 WAY VALVE

WATER VALVE

CONDENSOR FAN

COMPRESSOR

(in Machine Compartment)

FZ LIGHT SWITCH

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Interior Airfl ow

Refrigerator Air Flow (side view) Ice System Air Flow (side view)

FRESH FOOD

FRESH FOOD

EVAP FAN

FREEZER

ICEMAKER

FAN

FREEZER

COLD AIR

MIXED AIR

AIR RETURN TO

EVAPORATOR

The fresh food evaporator fan forces air thru the evaporator into the fresh food compartment. Air from the evaporator can also pass thru the deli drawer damper/heater assembly to the deli drawer, thru the fresh food compartment, and return to the evaporator. The damper/heater assembly is controlled by the main control board. When open, the damper allows the chilled air from the fresh food evaporator to move into the deli drawer. Air returns from the fresh food compartment to the fresh food evaporator via 3 return vents located on the bottom of the evaporator cover.

The freezer evaporator fan forces air thru the evaporator into the freezer compartment. An additional ice box fan circulates air into and returns air from the ice box via plastic conduits embedded in the cabinet foam insulation. Air returns from the freezer compartment to the freezer evaporator via 2 return vents located on the bottom of the evaporator cover.

Note:

Most Pro fi le models use an electronically controlled damper and heater. Other models use a mechanically adjustable temperature control damper without a heater.

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Installation

POWER CORD

The power cord of this appliance is equipped with a 3-prong (grounding) plug, that mates with a standard 3-prong (grounding) wall outlet to minimize the possibility of electric shock hazard from this appliance.

Have the wall outlet and circuit checked by a quali fi ed electrician to make sure the outlet is properly grounded.

If the outlet is a standard 2-prong outlet, it is your personal responsibility and obligation to have it replaced with a properly grounded 3-prong wall outlet.

WARNING:

Do not, under any circumstances, cut or remove the third (ground) prong from the power cord. For personal safety, this appliance must be properly grounded.

The refrigerator should always be plugged into its own individual electrical outlet, that has a voltage rating that matches the rating plate.

USE OF EXTENSION CORDS

Because of potential safety hazards under certain conditions, we strongly recommend against the use of an extension cord.

However, if you must use an extension cord, it is absolutely necessary that it be a UL-listed (in the United States) or a CSA-listed (in Canada),

3-wire grounding-type appliance extension cord having a grounding-type plug and outlet, and that the electrical rating of the cord be 15 amperes

(minimum) and 120 volts.

REFRIGERATOR LOCATION

Do not install the refrigerator where the temperature will go below 60°F because it will not run often enough to maintain proper temperatures.

Do not install the refrigerator where the temperature will go above 100°F because it will not perform properly.

Install the refrigerator on a fl oor strong enough to support the refrigerator in a fully loaded condition.

CLEARANCES

Allow the following clearances for ease of installation, proper air circulation, and plumbing and electrical connections.

Sides: 1/8 inch (3 mm)

Top: 1 inch (25 mm) Cabinet/Hinge Cover

Back: 2 inches (50 mm)

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Fresh Food Door and Freezer Drawer

Handles

To remove the fresh food door and freezer drawer handles:

Handle design varies based on models, however, installation is the same.

Stainless Steel and Plastic:

Loosen the set screws with the 1/8-in. Allen wrench and remove the handle.

Note:

If the handle mounting fasteners need to be adjusted or removed, use a 1/4-in. Allen wrench.

Fresh Food Door Handle

Freezer Drawer, Bin, and Basket

To remove the freezer drawer, bin, and basket:

1. Open freezer drawer, then lift and remove freezer drawer.

2. Remove freezer drawer bin by pushing plastic tab on either left or right side to release bin hinge pin.

M

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F

ASTENERS

3. Remove freezer basket by lifting up the rear of the basket and moving basket rearward until the front of the basket can be rotated upward and out.

M

OUNTING

F

ASTENERS

Freezer Drawer Handle

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Freezer Drawer Front

The freezer drawer front is inserted into alignment slots (1 on each side) and attached to the slide assemblies with 6 bolts (3 on each side).

To remove the freezer drawer:

1. Remove the freezer drawer, bin, and basket. (See

Freezer Drawer, Bin, and Basket

.)

2. Remove the six 3/8-in. hex-head bolts (3 on each side) that attach the drawer front to the slide assemblies.

Note:

• When installing the freezer drawer front, make sure the drawer alignment tabs are placed inside the alignment slots before installing the six 3/8-in. hex-head bolts.

• An adjustment knob is provided on each side of the freezer drawer front to change the horizontal drawer position.

Knob

Slot

Tab

Set Screw

3. Lift the drawer front from the slide assemblies.

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4. Place the drawer front on a protected surface.

After installation of the freezer drawer front, check for uniform gaps (top and bottom of right and left hand side). Gap should be 0.6 inches.

To adjust the freezer drawer front gaps:

Caution:

The 6 mounting screws (3 on each side) are

NOT interchangeable with the center or top hinge screws.

1. Loosen the six 3/8-in. hex-head bolts (3 on each side) that attach the drawer front to the slide assemblies.

2. Adjust the 3/32-in. Allen set screw clockwise if gap at the top is too big.

3. Adjust the set screw counterclockwise if gap at the bottom is too big.

4. Tighten the 3 screws on each side (right and left).

5. Re-check the gaps and repeat steps 1 to 4 if required.

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Removing the Fresh Food Doors

The procedure to remove the right and left fresh food doors is similar. There are no wires or water lines on the right side door.

Caution:

To prevent damage or injury, securely tape the door shut with masking tape or have a second person support the door.

To remove the left fresh food door:

1. Remove the hinge cover. (See

Hinge Cover

.)

2. Disconnect both electrical connectors at the top cover.

5. Remove the plastic lock clip off the coupling and push the collar in while pulling the fi lter inlet tube out from the connector located at the rear of the cabinet. Remove the inlet tube from retainer.

Note:

Lock clips must be reinstalled to prevent leaks.

After the water line is removed from the connector, the lock clip can be reinstalled on the connector. The water line can then be inserted with the clip in place.

Retainer

Disconnect

Lock Clip

Connector

Disconnect

3. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw to disconnect the ground wire from the hinge.

4. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw to remove the strain relief from the hinge.

6. Pull water line thru case conduit from the top to free the line for door removal.

Note:

The water line is more than 4 feet long and may need to be taped to refrigerator for accessibility when reinstalling.

7. Remove the 3/8-in. hex-head screws that secure the top hinge to the cabinet.

8. Lift the hinge straight up to free the hinge pin from the recess in the top of the door.

Water Line

Hinge Pin

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Caution

: In the following step, to prevent damage to door and electronics, carefully place the door in a protected location.

Note:

The lower door hinge pin and hinge are keyed and must be matched correctly for the door to selfclose properly. For proper installation later, please follow the directions carefully.

9. Remove tape, and keeping the door as vertical as possible, open the door to 90 degrees+, then lift straight up from the bottom hinge.

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T

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To install the left fresh food door:

Note:

To close correctly to the cabinet, the hinge pin must be properly aligned with the lower hinge.

1. With the left side door at 90 degrees+ to the front of the case, lower the refrigerator door onto the center hinge. Ensure that the door and hinge align correctly.

2. Rotate door closed and make sure the pin on top of the articulating mullion engages the guide located at the top of the fresh food compartment.

3. Install top hinge, water line, strain relief, ground wire, and connect wire harnesses. Install hinge cover.

If the door will not close after reinstalling, it will be necessary to remove and turn the door upside down, and check alignment mark and arrow. Rotate door-closure mechanism hex-head screw to align mark and arrow, and reinstall door.

Note:

Turn the closer pin on the right door counterclockwise and the one on the left door clockwise.

Using a 5/32-in. Allen wrench (some may be 1/4-in. hex), align the parallel fl at surfaces of the hinge pin with the arrow on the hinge bushing, making sure the purple mark is facing the arrow. Turn the closer pin on the right door counterclockwise and the one on the left door clockwise.

With the pin set properly in this location, the door can now be remounted on the lower hinge with the door 90 degrees to the cabinet.

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Control Features

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Note:

The refrigerator is shipped with protective fi lm covering the temperature controls. If this fi lm was not removed during installation, remove it now.

The temperature controls are preset in the factory at 37°F for the refrigerator compartment and 0°F for the freezer compartment. Allow 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize to the preset recommended settings.

The temperature controls can display both the SET temperature as well as the actual temperature in the refrigerator and freezer. The actual temperature may vary slightly from the SET temperature based on usage and operating environment.

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PFE29

Control Style A, LCD External Control

3

4

5

6

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7

Control

Lock

Temperature Express Mode Settings

Cubed

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2

Light

Auto Fill

8

1

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9

1

Hands-free Autofi ll

Hands-free Auto fi ll uses sensors to monitor container height to automatically dispense fi ltered water without having to activate the paddle.

2

PreciseFill setting

Precisely dispenses fi ltered water in accurate measurements in ounces, cups, quarts, or liters using paddle.

3

Refrigerator temp control

Adjust freezer compartment temperature.

4

5

Fresh food temp control

Adjust fresh food compartment temperature.

TurboFreeze™ setting

Activate TurboFreeze to quickly restore freezer temperatures after frequent door openings.

6

TurboCool™ setting

Activate TurboCool to quickly restore fresh food temperature after frequent door openings.

7

Lock controls

Press and hold 3 seconds to lock out ice and water dispenser and all feature and temperature buttons.

8

LED dispenser light

LED lighting that can be turned on/off to light your dispenser.

9

Photo upload

Insert USB memory stick to upload personal photos to the refrigerator LCD screen.

LCD will provide on screen prompts to load and view slideshow.

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Additional settings:

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• Slideshow

• Reset fi lter

• Ice maker on/off

• Door alarm

• Sound control

• Cooling system On/Off

• Metric/English units

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Additional Modes

Demo Mode

Sabbath Mode

To enter/exit Sabbath mode, press and hold lock and light buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.

Activate Sabbath Mode to turn off interior lights, temperature control and advanced features.

Compressor will run on a timed defrost when in

Sabbath mode.

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GE/Adora

Control Style C, External Control

Door

Alarm

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Filter

Ice

Maker

Freezer

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Ice Bottom

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Dispenser

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GEF LED User Interface notes:

• The Warmer/Colder buttons adjust the fresh food and freezer temperatures.

• The 7-segment display shows the Actual Temp or Set Temp of the fresh food and freezer temperatures.

• The Ice Maker button is toggled to turn on or off the fresh food door and freezer icemakers. Ice Top is the indicator for the fresh food door icemaker and Ice Bottom is the indicator for the freezer icemaker.

• The Turbo Cool button is toggled to activate the fresh food turbo cool and/or the freezer turbo freeze features. The fresh food 7-segment displays tc when in turbo cool and the freezer 7-segment displays tf in turbo freeze mode.

• If the water fi lter timer has expired, the Replace Water Filter display will be on.

• The Reset Filter button will reset the water fi lter timer.

• The Door Alarm button will activate and deactivate the door alarm.

• The Lock Control will prevent the consumer from interfacing with the refrigerator.

• The Dispenser Light button will turn on or off the dispenser light.

• The Water/Crushed/Cubed functions are exclusively linked by the system logic. Pressing 1 button selects the function and turns off the other 2 functions. The appropriate LED is lit when a function is selected. When the door switches are closed and the cup switch is depressed, dispensing occurs according to the selected function.

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To remove Dispenser Tray

1. Pull Dispenser Tray out until it stops.

If no water is dispensed when the refrigerator is fi rst installed, there may be air in the water line system. Press the dispenser paddle for at least two minutes to remove trapped air from the water line and to fi ll the water system. To fl ush out impurities in the water line, throw away the fi rst six full glasses of water.

2. Locate tab in the center on the bottom and push in.

3. Pull Dispenser Tray assembly out.

4. Lift metal Dispenser Tray out at center notch to clean.

To reinstall Dispenser Tray

CAUTION:

Never put fi ngers or any other objects into the ice crusher discharge opening.

1. Place the Dispenser Tray cover on top of catch tray and position under the two plastic retainers on either side.

2. Center Dispenser tray, and align with center guides.

3. Push in until it fi rmly in place.

Important Facts About Your Dispenser

• Do not add ice from trays or bags to the door icemaker bucket. It may not crush or dispense.

• Avoid fi lling glass with ice and use of narrow glasses. Backed-up ice can jam the chute or cause the door in the chute to freeze shut. If ice is blocking the chute remove the ice bucket, poke it thru with a wooden spoon.

• Beverages and foods should not be quick-chilled in the door icemaker bin. Cans, bottles or food packages in the storage drawer may cause the icemaker or auger to jam.

• To keep dispensed ice from missing the glass, put the glass close to, but not touching, the dispenser opening.

• Some crushed ice may be dispensed even though you selected CUBED ICE. This happens occasionally when a few cubes accidentally get directed to the crusher.

• After crushed ice is dispensed, some water may drip from the chute.

• Sometimes a small mound of snow will form on the door in the ice chute. This condition is normal and usually occurs when you have dispensed crushed ice repeatedly. The snow will eventually evaporate.

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To Use HANDS FREE AUTO FILL:

1. Center container on recess dispenser tray (not touching bottom sensors) and remove hand from container

2. Press AUTO FILL

To Stop AUTO FILL

1. Press CANCEL, to resume fi lling press AUTO FILL.

Important Facts about AUTO FILL

• For optimum results, use a uniform container between 4 to 8 inches tall and 2 to 6 inches wide.

Container should be as tall as the bottom sensors.

shape, on containers taller than 8 inches.

• Container volumes may vary, if error message

Container Not Found

is given, try a different container.

• If an unusual-shaped container does not fi ll to the proper volume use Precise Fill.

• AUTO FILL will time out.

• Handles and garnishes on the rim of the container my cause over fi lling or variation in fi ll volumes.

• Splashing may occur depending on the location of the container, water fl ow rate, container shape, and ice cubes.

• Keep sensors clean with a clean damp cloth, and do not spray liquid or cleaners directly on sensors

• AUTO FILL works best with household water pressure of 60 to 100 psi.

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Water Filter Cartridge

The water fi lter cartridge is located in one of the following places:

- In the left-hand fresh food door (recessed in the door fl ange).

- In the fresh food interior on the left side wall, near the top.

When to replace the fi lter cartridge

The fi lter cartridge should be replaced

every six months

or earlier if the fl ow of water to the dispenser or icemaker decreases.

Touch Screen Models:

A fi lter status message will appear on the screen when the water fi lter needs to be replaced. The fi lter status message must be reset manually.

The Water Filter: Replace status message can be reset by entering the Settings menu from the home screen. Then, select the Water Filter menu and press the RESET button.

This will reset the fi lter status.

Non-touch Screen Models:

A fi lter indicator message will illuminate in the screen when the water fi lter needs to be replaced. This light must be reset by pressing and holding the

Reset Filter button for three seconds.

The fi lter cartridge has an expected life of six months and should be replaced when indicated by the fi lter indicator on the refrigerator, or sooner if a signi fi cant reduction in fl ow occurs.

Removing the fi lter cartridge

To replace the fi lter, fi rst remove the old cartridge by gently lifting the fi lter away from housing until fi rst release, then lift again to remove.

DO NOT TWIST

. A small amount of water may drip out.

Installing the Filter Cartridge

1. Align top of fi lter with cartridge holder and push until cartridge is fully seated.

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2. While continuing to ensure cartridge is fully seated in the holder, gently rotate the fi lter

(inward for BF models) until it can no longer rotate. If rotation is dif fi cult, check to ensure fi lter is properly aligned and fully seated within the holder.

3. Run water from the dispenser

(approx. 2 gallons or about 5 minutes) to clear any particles and remove air from the system.

4. Reset Filter Status.

Touch Screen Models:

Access RESET button thru the Water

Filter menu.

Non-touch Screen Models:

Press and hold the Reset Filter button for three seconds.

Note:

A newly installed water fi lter cartridge may cause water to spurt from the dispenser during the fi rst 5 minutes of operation. Use a large pitcher or sports bottle to catch the water spray.

Note:

It is normal for water to appear discolored during the initial system fl ush. Water color will return to normal after fi rst few minutes of dispensing.

Filter Bypass Plug

To reduce the risk of property damage due to water leakage, you

MUST

use the fi lter bypass plug when a replacement fi lter cartridge is not available. The dispenser and icemaker will not operate without either the fi lter or bypass plug installed. The bypass plug is installed in the same way as a fi lter cartridge.

WARNING:

To reduce the risk associated with choking, do not allow children under 3 years of age to have access to small parts during the installation of this product.

The disposable fi lter cartridge should be replaced every 6 months at the rated capacity, or sooner if a noticeable reduction in fl ow rate occurs.

For the maximum bene fi t of your fi ltration system, GE recommends the use of GE-branded fi lters only. Using GE-branded fi lters in GE and Hotpoint® refrigerators provides optimal performance and reliability. GE fi lters meet rigorous industry NSF standards for safety and quality that are important for products that are fi ltering your water. GE has not quali fi ed non-GE-branded fi lters for use in GE and Hotpoint refrigerators and there is no assurance that non-GE-branded fi lters meet GE's standards for quality, performance and reliability.

If you have questions, or to order additional fi lter cartridges, visit our website at www.geapplianceparts.com or call GE

Parts and Accessories, 800.626.2002.

Customers in Canada should consult the yellow pages for the nearest Camco Service Center.

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Fruits Vegetables

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SELECT

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Icemaker

Power

Switch

Feeler Arm

Icemaker

Feeler Arm

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Dealer Demo Mode

Model PFE29 with LCD Display

To enter the dealer demo mode, press

Lock Controls

and

Precise Fill

pads simultaneously for 3 seconds.

Entering Demo Mode

will be displayed. The lights and fans (if previously operating) will still operate, but the compressor will not operate. Exit demo mode by pressing the same buttons again.

When dealer demo mode is active, the following will occur:

• The compressor is off at all times.

• All heaters will be disabled.

• The icemaker(s) are turned off, but control will operate the display function.

• The fans and dampers may run if prompted by a user setting change.

• Opening the doors will not turn on the fans.

• Liner protection mode is active.

• The deli pan LED lighting will work normally.

• The deli fan will turn on at the heating mode speed.

• The deli pan settings will remain the same between door openings, as the set points are not reset.

• LED lighting will come on when the door or drawer is opened and stay at full power for 8 minutes if the door remains open.

• After 8 minutes, the LEDs will start to lower their intensity in a smooth transition over the next

3 minutes to 75% of their original power and remain there until the door(s) is closed. Closing and reopening the doors will restart the timer.

• The user can activate and deactivate the Door

Alarm, Lock, Dispenser Light, and Reset Filter functions.

• The user can adjust the temperatures, but the cooling components will not operate.

• The user interface will display the actual compartment temperatures.

• The paddle and switch will not operate dispenser components if pressed.

• The Turbo Cool and Turbo Freeze can be turned on and off, but no cooling action will be initiated.

• The Precise Fill feature can be selected and amount of water set, but water valve will not be activated.

• The Auto Fill can be set, but will not activate water valve.

• In Demo Mode, when the

Auto Fill

button is pushed, a video tutorial will play uninterrupted for

49 seconds, then return to the demo home screen.

Once the video starts, it cannot be stopped.

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Model GE/Adora with LED Display

Entering and Exiting the Demo Mode

Enter Demo Mode by pressing the

Refrigerator

and

Freezer

up arrow buttons.

dE no

is displayed after approximately 5 minutes with no key touch.

If no other key is touched, the display will show thermistor temperature.

If the

Warmer

or

Colder

arrows are touched, the display will show that temperature.

To exit the Demo Mode, unplug the unit.

Entering and Exiting Sabbath Mode

Enter the Sabbath Mode by pressing and holding the

Dispenser Light

and

Lock Controls

buttons for

3 seconds.

The display will show

SA bb

while control is in

Sabbath mode.

Exit the Sabbath Mode by pressing and holding the

Dispenser Light

and

Lock Controls

buttons for 3 seconds.

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Consumer Control LCD Models

About the home screen

The home screen is the initial screen presented after power-up.

About temperature adjustments

Note:

The LCD customer control does not incorporate pads for temperature adjustment.

To change compartment temperatures, touch the screen to wake the control up and change temperatures directly on the LCD screen.

Once Temperature control is pressed, the adjustment screen will appear in the display. When adjusting the temperature, the actual temperature will show in the display window. After adjusting to the desired temperature setting, press

Done

.

The customer also has the option to change the displayed temperature from °F to °C from this screen.

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About dispenser selections

When the customer changes the dispenser functions, the display will show a short animation of the dispenser selection.

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About Turbo Cool and Turbo Freeze

The Express Modes option allows the consumer to turn on or off the Turbo Cool and Turbo Freeze functions.

Note:

Select

Turbo Freeze

or

Turbo Cool

separately.

When Turbo Freeze or Turbo Cool is selected, the set temperatures in the freezer and refrigerator are not changed. The set temperatures for the compartments can be changed while these functions are in use.

Turbo Freeze Function

When selected, Turbo Freeze adjusts controls to the coldest freezer setting for 8 hours, and the freezer fan runs continually. After 8 hours or if Turbo Freeze has been cancelled, the indicator goes off and the freezer set temperature will be restored.

Turbo Cool Function

When selected, Turbo Cool adjusts controls to 35°F for 8 hours, and the fresh food fan runs continually.

After 8 hours or if Turbo Cool has been cancelled, the indicator goes off and the fresh food set temperature will be restored.

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About Precise Fill Options

There are 2 modes of operation for water dispense,

Precise Fill and Auto Fill.

By selecting Precise Fill, the customer can select the amount of water.

By selecting Auto Fill, the dispenser will function by the use of 4 ultrasonic sensors (2 sensors located below the base of the paddle and 2 sensors located in front of the dispenser funnel). These sensors measure the height, width, volume, and shape of the container and will automatically fi ll the container to approximately 90% full

*

.

Ultrasonic sensors work in much the same way as backup sensors used on many automobiles.

This system is operated by the LCD control and the door control board.

When using Auto Fill, if a container is not placed in the dispenser, Auto Fill will not operate, and the display will notify the consumer.

*

Typical fi ll level is approximately 80%, but will vary based on the height of the container. Typical range is 70% to 95%. If the container is over 7.5 inches tall, the fi ll level could be anything UP TO 90%.

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PFE29 Auto Fill Diagnostic Procedure

To enter sensor diagnostic:

1. Wake the screen.

2. Simultaneously press and hold the

Water

,

Cubed

, and

Precise Fill

buttons for 5 seconds.

The display on the upper right should show the status of the sensors.

The fi rst display shows the dispenser in Sleep mode.

Place a cup in the recess, the display will then show

Cup Presence, Lip Detect, Level Trac wait, and then go back to sleep when the container is removed.

If there is a lower sensor failure, the display will not detect the container.

If the display cycles thru these test messages, the sensors are OK. If the Auto Fill display quickly displays between Cup Presence and Lip Detect, the upper sensors have failed and need to be replaced.

Press

Auto Fill

button to begin dispensing water and the LCD will display the amount.

To exit sensor diagnostic:

1. Enter service mode by simultaneously pressing

Water

,

Cubed

, and

Crushed

buttons for 5 seconds.

3. Once in service mode, use code 00-16 to reboot the refrigerator. (See

Service Diagnostic

Functions

.)

Sleep

Cup Presence

Lip Detect

Level Trac wait

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About Consumer System Settings

When the consumer selects System Settings from the main screen, they can change or reset functions on the unit by scrolling thru the screens. These changes and resets are as follows:

• Upload up to 90 photos

• Connect to smart meter or nucleus*

• Reset the water fi lter

• Turn the icemaker on and off

• Turn the door alarm on and off

• Turn the control sound on and off

• Turn the cooling system on and off

• Change the temperature display to F or C

• Change the water dispenser from US Imperial to

Metric

*For smart meter, refer to documents included with device as devices may vary.

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About Sabbath Mode

To enter or exit Sabbath mode; press and hold simultaneously the

Lock Controls

and

Light

buttons for 3 seconds.

• This feature was designed for use on the Jewish

Sabbath Holiday.

• The Sabbath mode feature will override typical interaction with the refrigerator.

• In Sabbath mode, the refrigerator will still cool normally, but will not respond to user actions.

• The LCD display will change to a screen prompting the consumer to enter or exit

Sabbath mode.

• The display will show

Enter Sabbath Mode

or

Exit Sabbath Mode

for 3 seconds and then the display goes to sleep and won't wake up until

Sabbath mode is exited.

• All of the displayed icons will be turned off.

• All of the sounds and tones will be turned off.

• The Sabbath mode will expire 76 hours after being activated by the consumer.

• The fan may or may not be running when the door is opened; however, this is not a result of the user's actions.

• There is a 20-second delay on all control changes (fans and compressor) while the door is open. This includes any fan action as a result of doors opening.

• After a power outage, the refrigerator will power back up in the Sabbath mode.

• The temperature settings of the refrigerator will remain as set prior to turning on Sabbath mode and will return to those setting after Sabbath mode is turned off.

• The door alarm is disabled.

• All of the button actions on the dispenser will be ignored by the control during Sabbath mode.

• The dispenser auto fi ll ultrasonic sensors are disabled.

• The water valve, auger motor, and duct door motor are disabled.

• The icemakers are inoperative during Sabbath mode.

• Door openings are not counted for adaptive defrost, so the user has no in fl uence on the defrost process.

• The time between defrost cycles is fi xed at

8 hours. The defrost heater termination is controlled by time or temperature.

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Component Locator Views

Fresh Food Compartment

Articulating Mullion Track

LED Light (1 of 7 PFE29)

(1 of 5 GE/Adora)

FF Thermistor Location

Air Duct

GE/Adora Filter

Location

Evaporator Fan*

Deli Pan Fan

**

Deli Pan Damper

**

Deli Pan Fan and Damper

(inside evaporator cover)

Evaporator Cover

*

The evaporator fan is attached to the inside of the air duct.

**

On most Pro fi le models, the deli pan fan and deli pan damper are attached to the inside of the evaporator cover. Damper is mechanical and manually operated on GE models.

Fresh Food Evaporator (shown with evaporator cover removed

)

Evaporator

Thermistor

Deli Pan

Heater

Defrost Heater

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Overtemperature

Thermostat

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Freezer Compartment

Ice Box Air Return

Evaporator

Ice Box Fan

Evaporator Thermistor

Overtemperature

Thermostat

Defrost Heater

Freezer Thermistor (behind cover)

Light Switch

Light Switch Striker

Rear View

Main Control Board

Inverter

Compressor

3-Way Valve

Drier

Condenser Fan

Condenser

Isolation Water Valve

Freezer

Drain Tube

Fresh Food

Drain Tube

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Main Control Board

Control Board Connector Locator

J14

J13

J12

J11

J10

J9

J8

J6

J3

J4

J1

J2

J1 - Earth (Ground), Neutral Input, Freezer Defrost

Heater, Line Input

J2 - Isolation Water Valve, Fresh Food Defrost

Heater, Ice Port Heater, Deli Pan Heater

J3 - Freezer Icemaker (GE Models)

J4 - Left Door Switch, Freezer Light Switch, Right

Door Switch

J6 - Deli Pan Fan, Fresh Food Fan, Deli Pan Damper

J8 - Freezer Evaporator Fan, Freezer Icebox Fan

J9 - Condenser Fan, Main Board Enclosure Heater,

Inverter, Ambient Thermistor, Humidity Sensor

J10 Freezer Thermistor, Freezer Evaporator

Thermistor

J11 - Deli Pan Board, Deli Pan Thermistor, Fresh

Food Evaporator Thermistor, Fresh Food

Thermistor

J12 3-Way Valve

J13 - Energy Management System

J14 LED Lighting

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Door Board

J4

J3

J5

J3 - Ice Box Heater Gasket, Freezer LEDs, Articulating Mullion Heater, Icemaker Feeler Arm Sensor, Duct Door

Motor, Flowmeter, Recess Heater, Icemaker Ejector Rake Sensor, Paddle Switch, Icemaker Fill Tube Heater

J4 - L1 Supply, Icemaker Rake Motor, Icemaker Water Valve, Switched L1 Auger Input, Auger Motor, Dispenser

Water Valve, Icemaker Mold Heater, A/C Neutral

J5 - Icemaker Thermistor, 5 VDC, Ice Box Thermistor

Dispenser Board

J4

J3

J2

J5

J3

J7

J2 - Communication, Hot H

2

O LED, 12 VDC, Board Ground, Hot H

2

O Cut Switch

J3 - Paddle Switch

J7 - Sound Module

Sensor Section:

J3 - Upper Ultrasonic Sensor

J4 - Upper Ultrasonic Sensor

J5 - Lower Ultrasonic Sensors

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Refrigeration System

The compressor compresses R134a refrigerant, raising its pressure and temperature. Refrigerant vapor is pumped out the compressor discharge, down thru the drain pan loop, up thru the condenser coil, around the condenser loop, thru the drier, and into the 3-way valve. By the time the refrigerant has reached the 3-way valve, it has completely condensed into a liquid. Depending upon whether the main control board opens the

3-way valve to the freezer evaporator or the fresh food and freezer evaporators, refrigerant fl ows thru the appropriate capillary tube and into the evaporator. As the high pressure liquid passes thru the capillary and enters the low pressure evaporator, it quickly expands and evaporates. During evaporation, the refrigerant absorbs heat, becoming cold. At the outlet of the freezer evaporator, an accumulator captures any remaining liquid, allowing only low pressure vapor to return to the compressor thru the suction line.

FREEZER SECTION COOLING - Position B

Condenser Fan

Freezer Fan

Accumulator

Compressor

Condenser

3-Way

Valve

Fresh Food

Evaporator

Drier

Capillary

Jumper

Tube

Freezer

Evaporator

High Pressure Vapor

Mix of Liquid and Vapor

High Pressure Liquid

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Low Pressure Liquid

Mix of Liquid and Vapor

Low Pressure Vapor

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Condenser Fan

FRESH FOOD AND FREEZER SECTION COOLING - Position A

Accumulator

Freezer Fan

Compressor

Fresh Food Fan

Condenser

Fresh Food

Evaporator

Freezer

Evaporator

3-Way

Valve

Jumper

Tube

Drier

Capillary

High Pressure Vapor

Low Pressure Liquid

Mix of Liquid and Vapor

Mix of Liquid and Vapor

High Pressure Liquid

Low Pressure Vapor

Note:

The refrigerator will operate with the 3-way valve set for freezer only or set for fresh food and freezer.

There is no 3-way valve setting for fresh food only. If the fresh food thermistor is not satis fi ed, but the freezer thermistor is satis fi ed, the refrigerator will still operate with the 3-way valve set in the fresh food and freezer mode.

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Operation Overview

Normal Operating Characteristics

Liner protection mode will turn on either the fresh food or freezer fan if the doors or drawer are open for more than 3 minutes respectively.

The condenser fan may run without the compressor operating.

Dispenser will not operate with either fresh food door open.

Fan(s) running without the compressor operating is normal.

The variable speed compressor uses an inverter like previous variable speed.

The compressor will start at high speed for 1 minute, then may change to a lower speed, based on fresh food and freezer temperature. This may be perceived as a noise issue.

There is a 20-second compressor delay on power up, but fans will start immediately if cooling is required.

Compressor maximum-run time is limited to 6 hours and the compressor minimum-off time is 2 minutes.

If either fresh food door is open when the freezer drawer is opened, the freezer LEDs on the bottom of the left fresh food door will not come on.

When either of the fresh food door(s) or freezer drawer is opened, the fans will turn off.

The box type fans used on these models have different sound characteristics than fans used on previous models. Consumers may perceive this as a noise issue.

On power-up or board reset, if the icemaker rake is not in the home position, the door icemaker heater will turn on for 1 minute (2 minutes for freezer icemaker) before power is applied to the rake motor. This could take up to 3 minutes to complete. The mold temperature is only limited by a 210°F one shot thermal cutout.

Note:

The mold can get very warm.

Note:

A loud buzzing sound may be heard every 20 to 40 minutes if the refrigerator is not connected to a water supply, Turn off the icemaker until connected.

The duct door is operated by a motor and the consumer may notice a very distinct motor sound when the duct door opens and closes.

When either fresh food door is opened while dispensing, the dispenser will stop. After the door(s) are closed, the dispenser will not restart until the dispenser paddle switch is released and pressed again.

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Liner Protection Mode

Liner protection mode is controlled by 2 timers.

Timer #1 monitors door-open time. A 3-minute dooropen count begins when the door is opened.

If 3 minutes elapse before the door is closed, the liner protection mode will become active.

Once the door is closed, timer #1 resets and liner protection mode goes into standby.

In standby, normal fan operation resumes and timer #2 begins a 3-minute door-closed count.

If 3 minutes elapse without a door opening, liner protection mode will reset.

If a door is opened within the timer #2 door-closed count, the remaining time in the door-closed count will be deducted from the timer #1 door-open count.

Refrigerator Operation

GE and Pro fi le models operate in the following states:

• Fresh Food Cycle Defrost

• Pre-Chill

• Fresh Food Only Heated Defrost

• Fresh Food and Freezer Heated Defrost

• Dwell

Pull Down

Pull down occurs any time the refrigerator is plugged in and the freezer temperature is above 60 ˚ F.

The 3-way valve moves to the B position. Compressor start is delayed for 20 seconds. The compressor will start and run at HIGH speed for 1 minute, then change to LOW speed (variable speed models only). The freezer fan will run at HIGH speed.

When the freezer temperature falls to approximately

12 ˚ F, the compressor will change to HIGH speed and the 3-way valve will move to the A position, delivering refrigerant to both the fresh food and freezer evaporators. The fresh food fan will begin running at

HIGH speed and the freezer fan will continue to run at

HIGH speed.

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Compressor and fan speeds will vary with cabinet temperatures until the set temperature is obtained.

After 6 hours of compressor run time (door openings not counted), both the fresh food and freezer will enter a heated defrost cycle.

Cooling Operation

When cooling is required, the main control board moves the 3-way valve to either A position

(supplying refrigerant to both fresh food and freezer evaporators) or B position (supplying only the freezer evaporator), depending upon compartment temperatures.

The compressor and fan(s) are delayed for 3 minutes before restarting.

The compressor will start at HIGH speed for 1 minute, then may change speeds depending upon the temperature of both the fresh food and freezer compartments.

When only the fresh food temperature is satis fi ed, the 3-way valve will move to the B position (supplying only the freezer evaporator) to continue cooling the freezer. Fresh food cycle defrost will begin.

When the freezer and fresh food temperatures are satis fi ed, the compressor and fans will turn off. The

3-way valve will move to the D position, shutting off refrigerant fl ow to both evaporators to improve ef fi ciency and to reduce refrigerant sounds.

After the accumulated compressor run time

(including door openings) has been reached, the unit will begin the defrost pre-chill cycle. (1 second of door-open time = 100 seconds of compressor run time.)

Fresh Food Cycle Defrost

Fresh food cycle defrost occurs between heated fresh food defrost cycles to reduce excessive frost accumulations on the fresh food evaporator.

During fresh food cycle defrost, the evaporator fan runs and there is no refrigerant fl ow thru the evaporator.

Fresh food cycle defrost does not use the fresh food defrost heater.

Fresh food cycle defrost will occur any time the temperature in the fresh food compartment has been satis fi ed. The fresh food fan will run at LOW speed for

10 minutes, then cycle off if fresh food temperatures are satis fi ed.

The fresh food cycle defrost does not occur when the compressor cycles off.

Defrost Pre-Chill (Single and Variable Speed

Compressor)

After accumulating 32 hours of compressor run time

(actual compressor run time and door openings), the operating system will enter freezer pre-chill.

Pre-chill will occur whether the last freezer defrost was normal or abnormal.

Pre-chill time will vary from 10 to 60 minutes, depending on door openings and compartment temperatures during pre-chill.

Any compressor run time prior to the beginning of pre-chill does not count in the pre-chill time.

There is a 6-second delay after the compressor cuts off at the end of pre-chill before energizing the defrost heaters.

The ice box fan will run at HIGH speed whenever ice box cooling is needed during the pre-chill cycle.

Pre-chill ends when either the maximum time expires, evaporator pre-chill temperature is met, or freezer pre-chill temperatures is met.

Fresh Food Only Heated Defrost

Fresh food only heated defrost occurs after 32 hours of compressor run time.

A freezer pre-chill will run before the fresh food only heated defrost.

Providing the previous freezer and/or fresh food heated defrost cycles were normal, the freezer will defrost with every third fresh food defrost cycle.

Fresh food only heated defrost occurs 32, 64, and

96 hours after defrosting both fresh food and freezer together.

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Freezer and Fresh Food Heated Defrost

Following pre-chill, the heated freezer and heated fresh food defrost cycle is initiated where both heaters will be on at the same time.

The 3-way valve will move to the A position. The compressor will turn off. The condenser, freezer, fresh food, and ice box fans will turn off.

The freezer defrost heater remains on until the freezer evaporator is 50 ˚ F (defrost termination temperature) or the maximum defrost time of 45 minutes is reached.

The fresh food defrost heater remains on until the fresh food evaporator is 45 ˚ F (defrost termination temperature) or the maximum defrost time of 45 minutes is reached.

If either the fresh food or freezer defrost heater’s

ON time exceeds the normal defrost threshold of approximately 20 minutes, the defrost is considered abnormal. Abnormal defrost forces both the fresh food and freezer into pre-chill after 6 hours of compressor run time (door openings not counted).

During defrost, if power is interrupted, the refrigerator will restart in the dwell state if the freezer evaporator temperature is above 50 ˚ F (defrost termination temperature).

After both defrost heaters turn off, the refrigerator will enter the dwell cycle.

Dwell Cycle

After both defrost heaters have cycled off, the unit will enter the dwell cycle.

During the dwell cycle, the compressor and fans will remain off. The 3-way valve will move to the

A position (both fresh food and freezer open) and remain there for the entire cycle.

Dwell cycle will terminate after 7 minutes.

At the end of the dwell cycle, the compressor run timer for adaptive defrost is reset to 0 hours and the refrigerator enters the post-dwell cycle.

If power is interrupted during the dwell cycle and the freezer temperature is greater than 50 ˚ F (the freezer defrost termination temperature), the dwell cycle will start over.

Note:

Pull down will start if the freezer temperature is over 60°F.

Post Dwell Cycle

Upon completion of the dwell cycle, the unit will enter the post-dwell cycle.

The 3-way valve will move to either the A or B position, depending upon whether the fresh food temperature is satis fi ed.

The compressor and condenser fan will start, but the fresh food fan, freezer fan, and ice box fan will remain off.

Post-dwell cycle will end when the freezer and fresh food evaporators reach the post dwell exit temperature of -10 ˚ F, or the post-dwell time of 10 minutes has expired.

Upon exit of post-dwell cycle, the control system will now operate all cooling components by its logic and restarts the compressor run timer for adaptive defrost.

Refrigerator Operation Summary

Models operate as follows:

• Pull down occurs when the refrigerator is powered up and freezer is above 60 ˚ F.

• Cooling operation is the normal cycling of temperatures whether the last defrost was normal or abnormal.

• Fresh food cycle defrost occurs when the 3-way valve turns off refrigerant fl ow to the fresh food evaporator, but the freezer continues to cool.

• Pre-chill occurs before freezer heated defrost.

• Fresh food defrosts occur 32, 64, and 96 hours from the previous freezer and fresh food heated defrost.

• Freezer heated defrost occurs every 96 hours of compressor run time.

• Dwell occurs after every heated defrost cycle.

• Post dwell occurs after every dwell cycle.

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Components

Note:

Throughout this appliance, certain water- handling components utilize lock clips. Lock clips must be reinstalled to prevent leaks. After the water handling component is removed from the connector, the lock clip can be reinstalled on the connector. The water-handling component can then be inserted with the lock clip in place.

5. Disconnect the 3 wire harnesses from the left side.

6. Disconnect the right-side wire harness and remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw that attaches the ground wire to the cabinet.

Hinge Cover

The hinge cover is located on top of the refrigerator.

The hinge cover houses 2 door switches, ambient sensor, and the humidity sensor with Zigbee™

ACM (Appliance Communication Module) board.

The hinge cover covers both door hinges, wire harnesses, and the dispenser water tubing. The cover is attached to the cabinet with 5 screws and 2 tabs (1 on each side) that engage the door hinges.

To remove the hinge cover:

1. Open both doors to the 90-degree position. the hold the hinge cover to the cabinet.

3. Lift the tab from each hinge and release the hinge cover from the top of the cabinet.

Remove

Door Switches

The hinge cover houses 2 door switches (1 for each door). Each switch informs the main control board the status of each door, whether it is open or closed.

The right door switch has 2 terminals and the left door switch has 3 terminals.

To replace a door switch, it is necessary to place the hinge cover in the service position.

To lift the switch out from the guides in the hinge cover, the switch plunger must be fully pressed inward.

Tab

Tab

Guide

Switch Plunger

Guide

4. Lift and invert hinge cover, then place it in the service position on top of the refrigerator.

Hinge Cover Service Position

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Ambient Thermistor

The ambient thermistor is located inside the hinge cover on the top of the cabinet The thermistor is used to set the duty time of the sweat heaters and adjust the cooling system based on room temperature.

To replace the ambient thermistor:

1. Place the hinge cover in the service position.

(See

Hinge Cover

.)

2. Pull the thermistor out from the retaining clips.

Zigbee™ Board

Zigbee Board is a wireless communication module used for an external energy management network.

The Zigbee™ board is located on the top of the cabinet in the hinge cover. It contains the sensor that monitors the humidity level of the room and the RJ45 connection port for energy management communications.

Humidity Sensor

Clips

Thermistor

RJ45 Connection Port

3. Place the replacement thermistor next to the original thermistor.

4. Cut the wiring at a location that will match the original length when the replacement thermistor is spliced to it.

5. Use plastic bell connectors (Part # WR01X10466).

Fill each connector with silicone grease then splice a new thermistor into the harness as shown in the illustration.

A wire harness is connected to the board. The board is attached to the hinge cover with a Phillips-head screw.

Silicone Grease

Wire Harness

Note:

Service kit supplied with heat seal connectors.

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Door Closure Mechanisms

Refrigerator Doors

The closure mechanism for each door is attached to a recess in the bottom of the door with a 1/4in. hex-head screw. To access the door closure mechanism, it is necessary to remove the two T-20

Torx screws and the door stop.

Door Alignment

To correctly align doors, adjust front legs until they are extended to the fl oor. If door alignment line does not match, turn each leveling leg separately until the leveling matches across both doors.

Door Stop

Door Closure Mechanism

The right door lower hinge bracket, attached to the cabinet, has an adjustable pin that allows leveling of the fresh food doors.

Bottom view of right door lower hinge

Adjustable Pin

The door closure mechanism has a spring loaded pin that engages the lower door hinge.

If the doors remain uneven, turn the adjustable pin to raise or lower the right door to match the left door. Use a 1/4-in. Allen wrench to turn the pin.

1/4-in. Allen Wrench

Note:

If the left door needs to be raised and an adjustable pin is not located in the left door hinge bracket, shims (Part #WR01X11047) are available as a service part.

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Door/Drawer Gaskets

The fresh food door and freezer drawer have magnetic gaskets that create a positive seal to the front of the steel cabinet. The magnetic gaskets are secured to the doors/drawer by a barbed edge that locks into a retainer channel.

To remove and replace the door/drawer gasket:

1. Starting at any corner, pull the old gasket out of the retaining channel.

2. Soak the new gasket in warm water to make it pliable.

3. Push the barbed edge of the gasket into the retainer channel.

Interior Lights

• Depending on model, 5 or 7 Pin-Point LEDs are located in the fresh food compartment. One or 2

Pin-Point LEDS are located in the bottom of the left freezer door. Multiple LEDs are connected in a series circuit.

• When the freezer door is opened the lights in the bottom of the left fresh food door come on to illuminate the freezer baskets, but if the left fresh food door is opened while the freezer door is open the freezer lights turn off. If the freezer is open and the right fresh food door is opened the freezer lights will stay on.

• When the fresh food or freezer door is open, the LED lighting should come on and stay at full power for 8 minutes. After 8 minutes the lights should start to lower their intensity in a smooth transition over the next three minutes to 75% of their original power. After 15 minutes the LED’s will turn off. If the fresh food or freezer door is closed and reopened, the timer restart.

• If 1 LED fails (but the LED’s resistor is still OK), that LED will not be lit while the others will be dim.

• When 1 LED fails completely, none of the LEDs will light.

• With a voltmeter, 5VDC – 20VDC can be read across the terminals of the completely failed

LED assembly.

• Each LED has a 2-pin connector for easy replacement.

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Fresh Food Compartment LEDs

To remove the LED, using a small fl at blade screwdriver, pry out the LED from the back side and slide the LED to the rear to release the tab located at the front.

Each LED is attached to the bracket with 2 tabs.

2-pin Connector

Tab

Tab

Note:

GE/Adora models have a single LED attached to the bracket. The identical wiring harness is used on both Pro fi le and GE/Adora models. A jumper is used on the 2nd connector to complete the circuit.

2-pin Connector

GE/Adora

Jumper

Front Tab

Freezer Compartment LEDs

The LEDs are attached onto the inside of a bracket located in the bottom of the LEFT fresh food door.

The bracket is attached with a T-20 Torx screw.

Freezer Compartment Light Switch

Freezer compartment LED switch is located on the right-side wall and is actuated by the strike attached to the right-side drawer bracket.

Light Switch

Bracket

Switch Strike

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Deli Pan Assembly

Profi le Models

The deli pan assembly on most Pro fi le models consists of the deli pan, pan cover, pan slide assemblies, circuit board, thermistor, heater, and fan and damper assembly.

The deli pan circuit board sends the customer setting to the main board to control the pan temperatures based on the deli thermistor value.

Temperature is controlled by opening or closing the deli damper, varying fan speeds, and turning on a

5-watt heater, as needed.

The consumer presses a single button (tactile switch) to scroll thru the settings.

LEDs on the control will light the selected mode.

White LEDs will also light the pan area.

Deli Pan Set Points

FF Set Point

46

45

44

43

39

38

37

42

41

40

36

35

OFF OFF

OFF OFF

OFF OFF

OFF OFF

OFF OFF

OFF OFF

OFF ON

OFF ON ON

ON ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

OFF

OFF

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

34 ON ON ON ON ON

DP Setting Meat Deli Produce Cheese Citrus

32 34 36 38 40

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

ON

Deli pan selectable modes depend on FF set point.

The selections that show OFF are not available at the fresh food set points on the left.

For example, Meat is not available when fresh food temperature is set to 39°F or higher.

Deli Pan Circuit Board

The deli pan circuit board is located inside the deli pan front cover.

To replace the deli pan circuit board:

1. Remove vegetable bins, vegetable bins cover, and deli pan.

2. Remove the two 1/4-in. hex-head screws from the top of the deli pan covers.

3. Lift the front deli pan cover, disconnect the wire harness, and place the cover on a protective surface.

Disconnect

Note:

In the following steps, the shield over the circuit board is attached to the cover with 7 tabs.

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4. Simultaneously press each of the 3 bottom tabs while lifting the bottom of the circuit board shield.

To replace the deli pan thermistor:

1. Unplug the refrigerator.

2. Access the deli pan thermistor. (See

Deli Pan

Circuit Board

, follow steps 1 thru 6.)

3. Turn the circuit board shield over to access the thermistor.

4. Pull the thermistor out from the 4 tabs in the circuit board shield.

Deli Pan Thermistor

5. Slide the circuit board shield out from the 4 top tabs.

Tab (1 of 4)

6. Remove the two T-15 Torx screws from the circuit board.

7. Carefully press each of the 4 tabs and remove the circuit board from the deli pan cover.

Tab

Tab

5. Place the replacement thermistor next to the original thermistor.

6. Cut the wiring at a location that will match the original length when the replacement thermistor is spliced to it.

7. Use plastic bell connectors (Part # WR01X10466).

Fill each connector with silicone grease then splice a new thermistor into the harness as shown in the illustration.

Silicone Grease

Tab

Tab

8. Disconnect the circuit board wire harness.

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Deli Pan Slides

To remove a deli pan slide:

1. Remove the recessed 1/4-in. hex-head screw that attaches the front of the slide support to the liner wall.

Note:

If there is not a screw in the front hole and the deli pan side support does not come loose, look for a screw in the second hole.

2. With the slide support against the liner wall, pull the slide support toward the front of the refrigerator.

To access the heater, it is necessary to remove the fresh food evaporator cover.

To remove the deli pan heater:

1. Remove the fresh food evaporator cover. (See

Fresh Food Evaporator Cover

.)

2. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw that attaches the heater bracket to the back wall of the fresh food compartment.

Deli Pan Heater

Second Hole

Recessed Screw

Note:

When installing the slide support, make sure to engage the slide post cutout into the slide post before pushing the slide into place.

3. Disconnect the AC component wire harness.

Disconnect

Slide Post Slide Post Cutout

4. Disconnect wiring from the evaporator defrost heater terminals and remove the defrost overtemperature thermostat from the evaporator.

5. Loosen the two 1/4-in. hex-head screws that attach the evaporator to the back wall of the fresh food compartment.

Deli Pan Heater and Thermostat

The deli pan heater and thermostat are foil enclosed and attached to a bracket located on the back wall of the fresh food compartment. The thermostat opens at 162°F and is nonresettable.

The heater, thermostat, and bracket are part of the

AC component wire harness. The heater has an approximate resistance value of 1.1K

Ω .

6. Carefully lift and pull the evaporator from the back wall to access the rear of the drain trough.

7. Remove the ground wire from the drain trough.

8. Remove wiring from the 2 wire retainers attached to the back wall.

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Deli Pan Damper and Fan Assembly

The deli pan damper and fan assembly is inserted in a Styrofoam™ recess that is located on the inside of the fresh food evaporator cover.

The deli pan fan will operate at 3000 to 6000 RPM with RPM feedback to the control.

To access the deli pan damper and fan assembly, it is necessary to remove the fresh food evaporator cover.

To replace the deli pan fan and damper assembly:

1. Remove the fresh food evaporator cover. (See

Fresh Food Evaporator Cover

.)

2. Pull the damper straight out from the Styrofoam recess located inside the evaporator cover.

4. Pull the Styrofoam™ fan support straight out from the Styrofoam recess.

Fan Support

5. Pull the deli pan fan straight out from the

Styrofoam recess.

Damper

3. Peel back the damper gasket.

Damper Gasket

Deli Pan Fan

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Deli Pan GE/Adora Models

GE/Adora models utilize a mechanical deli pan damper.

The mechanical deli damper is located on the fresh food evaporator cover and is accessed the same way.

The damper is operated by a lever in the left deli pan slide assembly.

Moving the lever up closes the damper while moving it down opens it.

Damper lever shown in closed position

Damper Lever

Damper shown in closed position

Damper

Thermistors

Temperature

Degrees (F)

-40

-31

-22

-13

-4

5

14

23

32

41

50

59

68

77

86

95

104

113

122

131

140

Thermistor Values

Temperature

Degrees (C)

-40

-35

-30

-25

-20

-15

-10

-5

0

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55

60

4 k 

3.2 k 

2.6 k 

2.2 k 

1.8 k 

1.5 k 

1.2 k 

27.6 k 

21 k 

16.3 k 

12.7 k 

10 k 

7.8 k 

6.2 k 

5 k 

Resistance in

Kilo-Ohms

166.8 k 

120.5 k 

88 k 

65 k 

48.4 k 

36.4 k 

Damper shown in open position

Damper

Note:

To accurately test a thermistor, place the thermistor in a glass of ice and water

(approximately 33°F) for several minutes and check for approximately 16K

.

Fresh Food and Freezer Air Thermistors

The fresh food air thermistor is located in the ceiling and the freezer air thermistor is located on the right hand side wall. (See

Component Locator Views

.)

The procedure to replace a fresh food air thermistor or a freezer air thermistor is similar.

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To replace a fresh food or freezer air thermistor:

1. Unplug the refrigerator.

Note:

The thermistor grille uses an alignment tab to ensure proper grille placement. The grille also uses 2 snap tabs to lock it into the liner.

4. Pull the thermistor out from the 4 tabs in the cover.

Tab (1 of 4)

Thermistor

Snap Tabs

Snap Tabs

Alignment

Tab

5. Cut the thermistor wiring as close to the thermistor as possible.

6. Strip the outer insulation from the thermistor case harness back 1 inch. Strip the 2 internal wires back 3/16 inch for splicing.

2. Insert a small fl at blade screwdriver under the thermistor cover and gently lift the edge until it releases from the ceiling.

Thermistor Cover

3. Peel back the foil shunt (if present) from the cover.

7. Prepare the replacement thermistor by cutting the wiring 4 inches back from the thermistor and strip the wires back 3/16 inch.

8. Using two WR01X10466 bell connectors, splice the wiring. After the splices are complete, fi ll the bell connectors fully with WR97X163 silicone grease.

Silicone Grease

Foil Shunt

9. Snap the thermistor into the grille and replace the foil shield (if present) inside the cover. Place excess wiring into the thermistor pocket, then snap the grille back into the liner, taking note of the alignment pin.

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Fresh Food Evaporator Cover

The fresh food evaporator cover is held to the back wall of the refrigerator with fi ve 1/4-in. hex-head screws.

To remove the fresh food evaporator cover:

1. Remove the 2 fruit and vegetable drawers, climate control shelf, and deli pan that are in front of the evaporator cover.

2. Remove the deli pan covers and deli pan slides.

(See

Deli Pan Assembly

.)

3. Press down and remove the fan harness cover.

Press Here

Fan Harness Cover the top of the evaporator cover.

Fresh Food Defrost Heater

The defrost heater is a single-tube, glass-enclosed radiant heater. It is held in place by 2 tabs on the evaporator (1 on each side) and by a ceramic and wire support.

The defrost heater has an approximate resistance value of 31 Ω .

To remove the defrost heater:

1. Remove the fresh food evaporator cover. (See

Fresh Food Evaporator Cover

.)

Note

• During defrost, the drain probe assists in preventing the drain from icing closed. During assembly, the probe must be installed on the evaporator and inserted in the drain to prevent drain freeze-up.

• A ceramic and wire support prevents the heater from sagging and touching the metal drain trough if the glass is broken.

2. Remove the ceramic and wire support, and the drain probe from the evaporator.

Evaporator Cover

5. Tilt the top of the evaporator cover out and disconnect the deli pan fan and damper wire harness. Remove the cover.

Ceramic and Wire Support

Drain Probe

3. Bend the aluminum tabs back (located at each end of the defrost heater) and lower the heater out of the evaporator.

4. Disconnect 2 lead wires and remove the heater.

Fan and Damper Wire Harness

Defrost Heater

Heater Lead Wire

(1 of 2)

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Fresh Food Overtemperature Thermostat

The fresh food overtemperature thermostat will open its contacts and de-energize the heater whenever the evaporator temperature reaches approximately 140°F. The thermostat contacts will close at approximately 110°F.

The fresh food overtemperature thermostat is attached to the evaporator inlet tube with a metal clip and is connected to the AC component wire harness.

Overtemperature

Thermostat

AC Component

Wire Harness

Fresh Food Fan

The fresh food fan is inserted in a recess in the bottom of the fresh food air duct.

The fresh food fan will operate at 3 speeds with RPM feedback to the control. Approximate fan speeds are:

Low Speed = 2700 RPM*

Medium Speed = 3000 RPM*

High Speed = 3300 RPM*

*

A fan-speed range of 1500 to 4100 RPM is acceptable.

To replace the fresh food fan, the fresh food evaporator cover must be removed.

Note:

The fan connector can be accessed for multimeter checks by removing only the fan harness cover from the evaporator cover.

Clip

Fan Harness Cover

Fresh Food Evaporator Thermistor

To access the fresh food evaporator thermistor the fresh food evaporator cover must be removed. (See

Fresh Food Evaporator Cover

.)

The fresh food evaporator thermistor is attached to the evaporator inlet tube with a metal clip.

To remove the fresh food fan:

1. Remove the fresh food evaporator cover. (See

Fresh Food Evaporator Cover

, follow steps 1 thru 5.

)

2. Disconnect the fresh food fan wire harness.

3. Pull the fresh food fan out from the air duct.

Fresh Food Fan

Disconnect

Evaporator Thermistor

Clip

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Freezer Drawer Slide Assemblies

The freezer drawer utilizes 2 closure mechanisms that automatically pull the drawer shut when it is within 1 inch of the closed position. The mechanisms are built into the 2 freezer drawer slide assemblies and are not replaceable as a separate part.

Note:

The procedure to remove both drawer slide assemblies is similar.

4. Remove the three T-20 Torx screws from the drawer bracket.

Drawer Bracket

Freezer Drawer Closure Mechanism

The freezer drawer is inserted into alignment slots (1 on each side) and attached to the slide assemblies with 6 bolts (3 on each side).

To remove the freezer drawer slide assemblies:

1. Remove the freezer drawer front. (See

Freezer

Drawer Front

.)

2. Remove the plastic clip from the crossbar.

5. Lift the drawer bracket from the slide assembly.

6. Pull the drawer slide out to the stop position.

7. Remove the two T-20 Torx screws from the drawer slide.

8. Press in the lock tab and pull the drawer slide straight out from the slide holder.

Slide Holder

Drawer Slide

Plastic Clip

Lock Tab

Crossbar

3. Pull the crossbar to the right then remove it from the right-side drawer gear.

9. Remove the 4 recessed 1/4-in. hex-head screws from the slide holder.

10. Pull the slide holder out from the freezer wall.

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Freezer Evaporator Cover

The freezer evaporator cover is held to the back wall of the freezer with two 1/4-in. hex-head screws. It is necessary to remove the freezer divider support and the freezer fan when removing the freezer evaporator cover.

To remove the

f

reezer evaporator cover:

1. Remove the freezer drawer slide assemblies.

(See

Freezer Drawer Slide Assemblies

.)

2. Using a small fl at blade screwdriver, pry out the bottom support divider pin.

4. Expand both tabs and pull out the front and rear divider stoppers.

Divider

Tabs

5. To release the divider from the ceiling, sharply push the divider toward the evaporator cover.

Divider Pin

3. Squeeze inward both bottom support divider tabs and release support from divider.

Tab

Tab

Bottom Support Divider

6. Remove the freezer fan cover. (See

Freezer Fan

, follow steps 2 and 3.)

7. Disconnect the freezer fan wire harness.

8. Remove the two 1/4-in. hex-head screws from the top of the evaporator cover.

9. Lift the bottom of the cover to release 3 bottom tabs, then pull cover out from the back wall.

Disconnect

Tabs

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Freezer Fan

The freezer fan is attached to the evaporator cover and utilizes a fan cover to direct air fl ow.

The freezer fan will operate at 3 speeds with RPM feedback to the control. Approximate fan speeds are:

Low Speed = 2200 RPM

Medium Speed = 2400 RPM

High Speed = 2500 RPM

Note:

The fan connector can be accessed for multimeter checks by removing only the fan cover.

To remove the freezer fan:

1. Remove the freezer drawer front. (See

Freezer

Drawer Front

.) cover lock tab.

3. Slide the fan cover down from the guides on the evaporator cover.

Guide Guide

4. Disconnect the fan wire harness and remove the wires from the wire retainer.

5. Flex the bottom right tab, then release the right side of the fan from the evaporator cover.

6. Slide the fan to the right to disengage the 2 leftside tabs.

Fan Cover

Tab

Disconnect

Wire Retainer

Cover Lock Tab

Tab

Tab

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Freezer Defrost Heater

The defrost heater is a 420-watt, single-tube, glassenclosed radiant heater. It is located at the bottom of the evaporator between the rows of coils. It is held in place by 2 tabs on the evaporator (1 on each end plate), a ceramic and wire support, and a rightside wire support.

The defrost heater has an approximate resistance value of 32

Ω

.

To remove the defrost heater:

1. Remove the freezer evaporator cover. (See

Freezer Evaporator Cover

.)

Note

• During defrost, the drain probe assists in preventing the drain from icing closed. During assembly, the probe must be installed on the evaporator and inserted in the drain to prevent drain freeze-up.

• The ceramic and wire support prevents the heater from sagging and touching the metal drain trough if the glass is broken.

• There is a drip shield located just above the heater.

Note:

The following procedures can be made easier by loosening the 2 Phillips-head screws (1 on each top corner of the evaporator) and tilting the bottom of the evaporator out from the drain trough.

2. Remove the ceramic and wire support, right- side wire support, and the drain probe from the evaporator.

3. Bend the aluminum tabs back (located at each end of the defrost heater) and lower the heater from the evaporator.

4. Disconnect 2 lead wires and remove the heater.

Tab

Heater Lead Wire

(1 of 2)

Defrost Heater

Freezer Overtemperature Thermostat

The freezer overtemperature thermostat is attached to the evaporator inlet tube with a metal clip. The overtemperature thermostat will open its contacts and de-energize the heater whenever the evaporator temperature reaches approximately

140°F. The thermostat contacts will close at approximately 110°F.

To access the freezer overtemperature thermostat the freezer evaporator cover must be removed. (See

Freezer Evaporator Cover

.)

Ceramic and Wire Support

Wire Support

Drain Probe

Clip

Overtemperature

Thermostat

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Freezer Evaporator Thermistor

The freezer evaporator thermistor is attached to the suction line with a metal clip. The purpose of the thermistor is to monitor the evaporator temperature for defrost control.

To access the freezer evaporator thermistor the freezer evaporator cover must be removed. (See

Freezer Evaporator Cover

.)

Note:

The ice box fan wire connector also contains the freezer evaporator thermistor connections. The freezer evaporator thermistor can be replaced separately (Part #WR55X10025).

When replacing the freezer thermistor:

1. Place the replacement thermistor next to the original thermistor.

2. Cut the wiring at a location that will match the original length when the replacement thermistor is spliced to it.

3. Use plastic bell connectors (Part # WR01X10466).

Fill each connector with silicone grease then splice a new thermistor into the harness as shown in the illustration.

Ice Box Fan

The ice box fan is located at the top left rear of the freezer compartment above the evaporator. The ice box fan circulates air into the left fresh food door ice box via duct work foamed into the case.

Supply Air

Silicone Grease

Freezer Thermistor

Clip

Supply Air

Return Air

The fan will operate at 3 speeds with RPM feedback to the control. Speeds selected depend on the ice box cooling temperature and are controlled by the main board. Approximate fan speeds are:

Low Speed = 1500 RPM

Medium Speed = 1800 RPM

High Speed = 1800 RPM

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To remove the ice box fan:

1. Remove the freezer evaporator cover. (See

Freezer Evaporator Cover

.)

2. Disconnect the ice box fan wire harness.

Note:

The ice box fan wire connector also contains the freezer evaporator thermistor connections.

3. Remove the evaporator thermistor from the thermistor clip attached to the evaporator.

Note:

In the following steps, the ice box fan is attached to the air duct with a screw and 4 lock tabs.

4. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw from the ice box fan.

Machine Compartment Cover

The machine compartment cover is held to the rear of the refrigerator with six 1/4-in. hex-head screws.

After removing the screws, the cover can then be lifted from the 2 bottom tabs.

Note:

When installing the machine compartment cover, be sure to place the 2 cover tabs behind chassis before installing screws.

Ice Box Fan

Air Duct

Disconnect

Chassis tabs up, lower the fan, and release the bottom 2 lock tabs from the air duct.

Lock Tab

Cover Tab Cover Tab

Note:

The machine compartment cover must be properly installed to ensure air passes thru the condenser.

Caution:

To prevent damage, make sure the freezer evaporator thermistor is installed under the thermistor clip attached to the evaporator.

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Freezer and Fresh Food Drain Trap Tubes

The freezer and fresh food drain trap tubes are identical. As viewed from the back, the freezer drain trap tube is closest to the condenser fan. The fresh food drain trap tube is located to the right of the freezer drain trap tube. (See

Component Locator

Views

.)

A check valve is located between each evaporator drain outlet tube and each drain trap tube.

Each drain trap tube can be removed by pulling it down and off the check valve. The check valve can then be pulled off the evaporator drain tube.

Evaporator Drain

Outlet Tube

Check Valve

Drain Trap Tube

Condenser Fan

The condenser fan is located in the machine compartment between the 3-way valve and the condenser.

The condenser fan will operate at 1000–2100 RPM with RPM feedback to the control.

To remove the condenser fan:

1. Remove the machine compartment cover. (See

Machine Compartment Cover

.)

2. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw that attaches the 3-way valve bracket and spacer to the refrigerator.

3. Carefully reposition 3-way valve and drier to gain better access to the condenser fan and valve wire harnesses.

4. Disconnect the wire harness attached to the back of the 3-way valve coil.

5. Disconnect the fan and valve wire harness from the cabinet.

Caution:

An improperly assembled drain trap tube and check valve can result in a distorted check valve resulting in water over fl owing the evaporator drain trough. To ensure the check valve functions properly, the check valve must be installed onto the drain trap tube fi rst, and then attached to the evaporator drain outlet tube at the bottom of the cabinet.

Disconnect

Spacer (behind bracket)

Disconnect

Damaged Check Valve Good Check Valve

Evaporator Drain

Outlet Tube

Check Valve

Drain Trap Tube

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Note:

In the following step, the upper and lower fan guides in the fan plenum will expand when the condenser fan is pulled out.

Upper Fan Guide

Lower Fan Guide

Fan Plenum

6. Grasp and pull the condenser fan straight out from guides in the fan plenum.

3-Way Valve Coil

The 3-way valve coil is attached to the top of the

3-way valve.

To remove the 3-way valve coil:

1. Remove the machine compartment cover. (See

Machine Compartment Cover

.)

2. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw that attaches the 3-way valve bracket and spacer to the refrigerator.

3. Carefully reposition 3-way valve and drier to gain better access to the condenser fan and valve wire harnesses.

4. Disconnect the wire harness attached to the back of the 3-way valve coil.

5. Disconnect the fan and valve wire harness from the cabinet.

pry out the tab and lift the 3-way coil from the valve assembly.

Spacer (behind bracket)

Disconnect

Disconnect

Fan Removed

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3-Way Valve

The 3-way valve is located in the machine compartment between the compressor and the condenser fan.

The capillary tubes on the refrigerator are color coded on the tubing.

The fresh food capillary tube is on the left and color coded with RED.

The freezer capillary tube is on the right and is color coded with BLUE.

Fresh Food

Capillary Tube

Freezer

Capillary

Tube

The 3-way valve is used to direct refrigerant fl ow.

The valve has 4 different positions.

They are referred to by the letters A, B, C, and D.

A = Open to the fresh food and freezer evaporators in series (Refrigerant fl ows thru the fresh food evaporator and then into the freezer evaporator.)

B = Open to the freezer evaporator only

C = Open to both the fresh food and freezer evaporators via the individual capillary tubes

(This position is not currently used on these models for cooling.)

D = Closed to both fresh food and freezer evaporators during the off cycle (This is also called the home position.)

Inverter

The inverter controls compressor speed by frequency variation and by Pulse Width Modulation

(PWM). Changing frequency and PWM will cause an effective voltage between 80 and 240 VAC to be received at the compressor. Frequency will vary from 40Hz low speed up to 151Hz at high speed.

The inverter receives commands from the main control board. The main control board will send a

PWM run signal from the J9 connector pins 7 to

8 of 2-3 VDC (effective voltage) to the inverter (all wires must be connected). The inverter will select compressor speed (voltage output) based on this signal. The PWM run signal voltage can also be checked at the inverter harness. The main control board will only send a run signal to the inverter when the compressor should be on.

Note:

When measuring signal voltage (from the main control board) at the inverter, a reading of 4-6

VDC will be measured with all wires connected. If the inverter wiring is disconnected, the board output will measure between 4-5 VDC.

The inverter will monitor compressor operation and if the compressor fails to start or excessive current draw (4 amps maximum) is detected, the inverter will brie fl y stop voltage output. The inverter will then make 12 consecutive compressor-start attempts

(once every 12 seconds). After 12 attempts, if the compressor has not started, an 8-minute count will initiate. After the 8-minute count, the inverter will attempt to start the compressor again. If the compressor starts, normal operation will resume.

If the compressor fails to start, this process will be repeated. Removing power to the unit will reset the inverter count. When power is restored, the inverter will attempt to start the compressor within

8 minutes.

The inverter has built-in circuit protection to guard against damage from a failed or shorted compressor. However, if a failed compressor is diagnosed, order a new compressor and inverter.

Replace the inverter fi rst. If the compressor fails to start after inverter replacement, replace the compressor.

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The inverter is accessed from the back of the refrigerator and is located on the left side of the compressor.

To remove the inverter:

1. Remove the machine compartment cover. (See

Machine Compartment Cover

.)

2. Disconnect the inverter wire harnesses from the top of the machine compartment.

3. Remove the 2-wire inverter harness from the retainer clip and disconnect the 3-wire harness.

4. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw that attaches the inverter ground screw from the chassis.

5. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw from the inverter.

Note:

The inverter is attached to the compressor by a lip above the compressor terminals, a tab (located at the bottom rear corner), and a 1/4-in. hex-head screw.

6. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw from the inverter.

7. Lift the inverter off the compressor.

8. Disconnect the compressor harness from the compressor terminals.

Disconnect

Tab

Lip

Disconnect

WARNING:

When the refrigerator connected to power, 120 VAC is always present at the inverter.

Compressor Replacement

This process applies to both variable speed and single speed compressors.

Clip

Disconnect

2. Remove all electrical components.

3. Disconnect suction and discharge lines.

4. Remove the 4 compressor mounting clips.

5. Loosen the compressor from the 4 grommets, it is not necessary to remove the grommets.

6. Move the compressor to the left off of the mounting studs.

7. Rotate the compressor with the base facing out and refrigerant lines facing up.

8. Pull the compressor out from its enclosure.

9. Reverse process to install compressor. Tip: lubricate the compressor grommet with a soap solution or refrigerant leak detect solution for easier grommet installation to compressor base.

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Inverter Compressor

Caution:

Do not attempt to direct-start the compressor. The compressor operates on a 3-phase power supply. Applying 120 VAC to the compressor will permanently damage the unit. It is not possible to start the compressor without an inverter.

The compressor is a reciprocating, variable speed,

4-pole type. It operates on 3-phase, 80 to 240 VAC within a range of 55 to 130 Hz.

Note:

Certain voltmeters will not be able to read voltage output or frequency from the inverter.

Compressor wattages at various speeds are 60-180 watts.

The compressor is controlled by the inverter, which receives its signal from the main control board.

Varying the frequency to the inverter changes the compressor speed.

To verify that the compressor is running:

Run diagnostic 0-95 and check for compressor startup. Feel for a vibration when the compressor tries to start. It may take up to 8 seconds before the compressor attempts to start.

Note:

• The inverter has built-in circuit protection to guard against damage from a failed or shorted compressor. However, if a failed compressor is diagnosed, order a new compressor and inverter. Replace the inverter fi rst. If the compressor fails to start after inverter replacement, replace the compressor.

• When servicing the compressor, it is important to dress the wiring to keep low voltage DC wiring and 120 VAC wiring separate.

TO CABINET

WIRING

ORANGE

BROWN

GREEN/YELLOW

COMMUNICATION

SIGNAL

RED

WHITE

BROWN

BLUE

BLACK

INVERTER

COMPRESSOR

GROUND

Compressor speed is based on the temperature set point in conjunction with the speci fi c cabinet temperature.

The use of 3-phase power eliminates the need for the relay, capacitor, and individual start and run windings; therefore, the start, run, and common pins found on conventional compressors are not applicable on this 3-phase model. Compressor pin functions are identical and compressor lead wire con fi guration is of no importance. A resistance of

9

to 11

 should be read between any 2 of the

3 pins. Should an opening occur in the compressor winding or should one of the compressor lead wires become open or disconnected, the inverter will stop voltage output to the compressor.

Compressor operation is extremely smooth and cool. The compressor exterior temperature may be slightly higher than room temperature while operating; therefore, it may be dif fi cult to detect a running unit.

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Single-Speed Compressor

The compressor is a reciprocating type. Refer to the mini-manual for speci fi cations.

To verify that the compressor is running:

WARNING

: During normal operation, the temperature of the single-speed compressor may be hot. Use caution to avoid injury and wear Kevlar

® gloves or equivalent protection.

Disconnect power from the unit. Wait 3 to 5 minutes for pressure to equalize. Place a hand on the chassis, near the compressor. Reconnect power and feel for a vibration when the compressor tries to start.

Note:

The single-speed compressor will start right away if pressure is equal.

TO CABINET

WIRING

ORANGE

BLACK

WHITE

GREEN

OVERLOAD

RELAY

ORANGE

RUN CAPACITOR

Dispenser Assembly

The dispenser assembly incorporates the user interface (UI) used for temperature control and features and houses the dispenser LED lights and ultrasonic sensors.

To remove dispenser assembly components:

Note:

On early production models, the display assembly has 2 screws that hold it to the dispenser recess.

1. If present, remove the 2 Phillips-head screws from the bottom of the display assembly.

4. Disconnect the speaker wire, 2 upper ultrasonic sensors, and the lower ultrasonic harnesses.

Note:

In the following step, the shield wire uses a releasing lock tab.

ELECTRICAL TERMINAL

RELEASE/LOCKING TAB

5. Disconnect the shield wire from the metal shield.

6. Remove the six T-15 Torx screws that attach the display board to the display cover bracket.

Disconnect

Shield

Wire

Disconnect

Display Assembly

2. Pull the bottom of display assembly out, then lower display assembly from dispenser recess.

3. Disconnect the left side wire harnesses and lift and pivot open the metal shield.

8. Disconnect duct door motor wire harness and remove motor wiring from wire retainers.

9. Push up on both the right and left retainers and pull the funnel out from the dispenser recess.

Note:

Funnel on GE/Adora models is attached to the dispenser recess with two 1/4-in. hex-head screws.

Retainer

Disconnect

Disconnect

Metal Shield

Wire Retainers

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Disconnect

Fill Tube

Funnel

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Note:

Before performing the following step, take notice of the position of the duct door return spring.

10. Using a fl at blade screwdriver, gently pry the duct door motor out from the motor bracket.

Return Spring

Duct Door Motor

Motor Bracket

Actuator Paddle, Switch, and Lower Ultrasonic

Sensors

Note:

• The paddle switch is a 2-position switch with 3 wires. It has a normally open and a normally closed contact.

• Both the door board and user interface board

(UI) look for a change of state of both contacts when the paddle is depressed before the selected function is activated.

• The door board monitors 1 of the contacts and the user interface board (UI) monitors the other contact.

• The paddle and switch are attached to the dispenser recess with 2 top pins and 2 bottom tabs located inside.

To remove the actuator paddle and switch:

1. Remove the funnel. (See

To remove dispenser assembly components,

follow steps 1 thru 9.)

2. Disconnect the actuator switch wire harness.

11. Move the motor, return spring, and duct door as an assembly to the right, then remove the duct door from the door bracket at the left.

Disconnect

Door Bracket

3. Using a small fl at blade screwdriver, gently pry inward and disengage each top pin from the dispenser recess and then pull the paddle up.

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4. Tilt the top of the paddle out, then remove it from the dispenser recess.

Note:

The paddle and switch are supplied as an assembly. The spring is inserted around a post and is available separately.

Lower Ultrasonic Sensor Assembly

The lower ultrasonic sensor assembly is attached to the back of the dispenser cavity with 2 tabs (1 on each side) located behind the front trim.

To remove the lower ultrasonic sensor assembly:

Note:

Tabs on the sensor assembly are fragile. Do not remove unless a replacement sensor is on hand.

1. Remove the actuator paddle and switch. (See

To remove the actuator paddle and switch

.)

2. Remove the lower ultrasonic sensor assembly wires from the retainer in the cavity channel.

Caution:

To prevent damage to the lower ultrasonic sensor assembly and the dispenser recess, in the following step, use a non-marring tool (plastic putty knife) to gently pry the sensor tabs out from the dispenser cavity. Take care not to scratch the dispenser recess.

3. Pry out the sensor assembly, then grasp and pull the sensor assembly out from the dispenser cavity.

Retainer

Spring

Switch

Post

Lower Ultrasonic

Sensor Assembly

4. Pull sensor wiring thru opening in the bottom of the dispenser channel.

Sensor Assembly (rear view)

Opening

Tab (1 of 2)

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Ice Box Door Assembly

The ice box door assembly consists of the door, latch, and gasket.

The door latch cover must be removed to access the latch to the ice box door. The cover is attached to the door with 2 rear tabs and 2 front tabs. A small fl at blade screwdriver can be used to pry out the front of the latch cover.

Door Gasket

Door Latch Cover

Door Latch

Door Panel

The ice box door assembly is attached to the leftside refrigerator door with 2 hinges. To remove the ice box door assembly, it is necessary to open the door and remove the two T-15 Torx screws and the top hinge. The door assembly can then be lifted off the bottom hinge.

The cover can then be pulled toward the latch handle and removed.

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The door latch is attached to the ice box door with 2

Phillips-head screws.

Ice Bucket

Ice Bucket

The bucket can be removed by pulling the door latch down, opening the ice box door, then lifting and pulling the bucket out.

The door gasket is secured to the door by a barbed edge that locks into a retainer channel.

To remove and replace the door gasket:

1. Starting at any corner, pull the old gasket out of the retaining channel.

2. Soak the new gasket in warm water to make it pliable.

3. Push the barbed edge of the gasket into the retainer channel.

Door Latch

F

T

L

I

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Ice Bucket (rear view)

Icemakers

The icemakers are similar to previous icemaker designs.

Although similar, they are NOT interchangeable with each other (between door and freezer models) or any other service icemaker.

PFE29 Ice Box-Mounted Icemaker

Ice Bucket (component view)

GE/Adora Freezer-Mounted Icemaker

Note:

Ice bucket and crusher available as an assembly.

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The icemakers operate in much the same way as previous bottom mount models with one signi fi cant difference: the icemakers are controlled by either the main control board or the door control board.

The board inside the icemaker does NOT control operation.

The icemaker in the door is controlled by the door control board.

The icemaker in the freezer is controlled by the main control board.

These boards will monitor the mold thermistor, rake and feeler arm sensors to operate the rake motor, heater and water valve.

The thermistor has the same resistance value as previous electronic icemakers.

The icemaker thermistor has a negative coef fi cient ― an increase in temperature will cause a decrease in resistance.

Temperature

Degrees (F)

-40

35.6

39.2

50

59

68

77

176

Temperature

Degrees (C)

-40

2

4

10

15

20

25

80

Resistance in

Kilo-Ohms

207 k Ω

25.37 k

Ω

23.27 k Ω

18.07 k Ω

14.75 k Ω

12.11 k Ω

10 k

Ω

1.67 k Ω

Icemaker Sequence

The normal icemaker sequence is to fi ll the mold with water, wait until the water is frozen, harvest the ice and then repeat the cycle.

To accomplish this sequence, 3 cycles are de fi ned:

Freeze

,

Harvest

and

Water Fill

.

The

Freeze

cycle begins after a fi ll, when the mold temperature drops below 32 ˚ F and will last for a minimum of 50 minutes.

After the

Freeze

cycle conditions have been met and the feeler arm is in the bin not full position, a harvest cycle will be initiated.

At the start of the

Harvest

cycle, the heater will turn on and remain on until the mold temperature is at least 36 ˚ F (minimum heater time is 1 minute). The heater will cycle to maintain at least 36 ˚ F during harvest.

Once 36 ˚ F is reached, the rake motor will turn on, making one revolution to eject the cubes while the control monitors rotation thru the home position.

When the rake motor is back at the home position, the

Water Fill

cycle starts by cooling the mold to

40 ˚ F.

The icemaker then fi lls with water for 5.1 seconds

(no additional fi lls are used).

The icemaker then starts another

Freeze

cycle.

Average time from fi ll to fi ll is 60-70 minutes.

Icemaker Diagnostics

Use Service Diagnostic Mode to enter service diagnostics. (See

Service Diagnostic Mode

.) Use diagnostic code 00 99 to cycle icemaker in the door and 01 00 to cycle icemaker in the freezer.

The service test will consist of a harvest cycle followed by a water fi ll cycle.

The harvest cycle will be entered immediately, regardless of mold temperature or feeler arm position.

The mold heater will be turned on for a minimum of

20 seconds.

At the end of the harvest cycle, a normal water fi ll cycle will be initiated.

After the water fi ll cycle, the icemaker will enter the freeze cycle.

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During the service diagnostic test, the feeler arm position sensor and motor position sensor are tested by the control board software. The motor and water valves are energized and can be visually observed for diagnostic purposes.

Under normal operating conditions, the icemaker is capable of producing approximately 100-130 cubes (approximately 4.3 pounds of ice) in a 24hour period. The rate of ice production depends on freezer and ice box compartment temperature, room temperature, number of door/drawer openings, and other use conditions.

To remove the fresh food door icemaker:

Note:

The icemaker is located inside the left-side refrigerator door.

1. Open the ice box door and remove the ice bucket.

2. Remove the 5/16-in. hex-head screw from the wire harness cover.

3. Lift the bottom of the wire harness cover then remove the cover.

Lift

4. Disconnect the icemaker wire harnesses.

Disconnect

Disconnect

Cover

5. Remove the bottom center and the right side

5/16-in. hex-head screws (right-side screw omitted on some models) that attach the icemaker to the ice box.

6. Lift and remove the icemaker.

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To remove the freezer icemaker:

1. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw from the left side of the icemaker.

2. Lift the right side of the icemaker to disengage the icemaker guide pin from the freezer divider support.

3. Lower and disengage the 2 left-side posts from the upper basket left-side glide support.

Guide Pin

Ice Box Thermistor

The ice box thermistor communicates ice box temperatures to the door control board.

The door control board monitors the ice box thermistor to control temperatures in the ice box.

The ice box fan circulates cold air from the freezer evaporator thru the cabinet ducting to achieve the desired temperature.

The temperature in the ice box will vary based on the freezer setpoint and the state of ice production or storage.

Based on freezer temperature and assuming the ice box has not been opened before testing, the maximum expected temperature in the ice box is shown in the table below.

Example: At a 0 ˚ F freezer setpoint, the expected maximum temperature observed would be 15 ˚ F. The temperature range is approximately 5 ˚ to 15 ˚ F.

4. Disconnect the 2 wire harnesses.

Disconnect

Freezer Set Point

-6

-5

-4

-3

-2

-1

0

1

2

6

7

8

3

4

5

Ice Box Set Point

3

5

7

9

11

13

15

17

19

27

29

31

21

23

25

Disconnect

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The ice box thermistor is located on the inside of the wire harness cover

Thermistor

Cover

Auger Motor

The auger is rotated by utilizing a DC reversible motor that is located inside the left-side refrigerator door. It is necessary to remove the ice bucket to replace the auger motor.

To remove the auger motor:

1. Remove the wire harness cover. (See

Icemakers

, follow steps 1 thru 3.)

2. Disconnect the auger motor wire harness.

3. Remove the two 5/16-in. hex-head screws that attach the auger motor to the ice box.

Note:

As shown below, the coupling rotates clockwise for crushed ice and counterclockwise for cubed ice.

To replace the ice box thermistor:

1. Place the replacement thermistor next to the original thermistor.

2. Cut the wiring at a location that will match the original length when the replacement thermistor is spliced to it.

3. Use plastic bell connectors (Part # WR01X10466).

Fill each connector with silicone grease then splice a new thermistor into the harness as shown in the illustration.

Disconnect

Silicone Grease

Auger Motor

Note:

Service kit supplied with heat seal connectors.

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Water Filter

The water fi lter for Model PFE29 is located on the right side of the left fresh food door.

To remove the water fi lter on Model PFE29:

Note:

Removing the water fi lter turns off the water to the door water valve.

1. Press the bottom of the fi lter compartment cover to release and swing open the cover.

Note:

• A bypass cartridge is installed in the water fi lter manifold for shipping.

To remove the water fi lter on Model GE/Adora:

The water fi lter, for models with icemaker in the freezer, is located on the left side of the fresh food compartment. the swing open the cover.

Note:

• A bypass cartridge is installed in the water fi lter manifold for shipping.

water refrigerator is delivered to the consumer. refrigerator is delivered to the consumer.

Filter Compartment

Door

Filter Compartment

Door

2. Grasp and pivot the water fi lter out until it stops.

3. Maintaining that same angle, pull the water fi lter straight out. DO NOT TWIST OR TURN THE FILTER.

2. Lift and pivot the water fi lter upward until it stops.

3. Maintaining that same angle, pull the water fi lter straight out. DO NOT TWIST OR TURN THE FILTER.

Water Filter

Water Filter

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Water Filter Manifold

The water fi lter manifold for model PFE29 is located behind the water fi lter access door. It is attached to the left refrigerator door with 2 upper and 2 lower tabs and a Phillips-head screw.

To remove the water fi lter manifold on Model PFE29:

1. Remove the water fi lter. (See

Water Filter

.)

2. Place the hinge cover in the service position.

(See

Hinge Cover

.)

3. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw and clamp from the fi lter inlet tube.

Note:

See note on page 40 regarding lock clips.

at the top of the cabinet.

6. Slide the spring off the fi lter inlet tube.

Clamp

Spring

4. Remove the plastic lock clip off the coupling and push the collar in while pulling the fi lter inlet tube out from the connector located at the rear of the cabinet. Remove the inlet tube from retainer.

Note:

In the following step, the fi lter door has 2 tabs located inside, above the hinge, that attach it to the refrigerator door. Either tab can be pressed inward to release the fi lter door.

Retainer

Tab

Tab

Connector

Lock Clip

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Caution:

In the next step, to prevent damage, place a small piece of tape at either tab location (rightside tab location shown).

the fi nger under the cover hinge, then pull the fi lter door off the refrigerator door.

11. Pull the fi lter manifold and attached tubing from the door.

8. Disconnect the water inlet tube from the fl ow- meter. (See

Water Valve and Flowmeter

.)

9. Remove the Phillips-head screw from the fi lter manifold.

10. Slide the fi lter manifold up to release it from the upper and lower tabs.

To remove the water fi lter manifold on Model GE/

Adora:

The procedure to remove the water fi lter manifold for model GE/Adora is similar to the PFE29 model.

The fi lter cover pulls forward to unsnap from the side wall. After removing the Phillips-head screw, the manifold can be pulled out forward at the front.

Tab

Tab

Water Filter Manifold

Tab

Water Filter Manifold

The Y-shaped John Guest coupler takes the fi ltered water and feeds the dispenser and icemakers.

Tab

Note:

In the following steps, for ease of insertion of the water lines thru conduits in the door, two

WR01X11068 tubing plugs are needed. Plugs are included with replacement manifolds and left-side door assemblies.

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Y-shaped John Guest Coupler

Water Tank

The water tank is located inside the left-side refrigerator door. The water tank capacity is 16 ounces. It is necessary to remove the access panel to replace the water tank.

To remove the water tank:

1. Remove the T-20 Torx screw from the bottom and the two T-20 Torx screws from the front that attach the access panel to the door. lock clip off the tank inlet coupling and the plastic lock clip off the tank outlet elbow coupling.

3. Carefully push each collar in while pulling each water line out from the coupling.

Note:

See note on page 40 regarding lock clips.

4. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw and water tank.

Access Panel

Inlet

Outlet

Access Panel (bottom)

Collar

Clip

Clip

Collar

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Isolation Water Valve

The isolation valve supplies water to the fi lter. The valve prevents the fi lter from being under constant house water pressure.

The isolation valve is operated by the main control board. The valve coil has an approximate resistance value of 415 Ω .

The isolation water valve is located in the machine compartment and to the right of the condenser.

To remove the isolation water valve:

1. Remove the machine compartment cover. (See

Machine Compartment Cover

.)

2. Shut off water supply to refrigerator, then remove the 1/2-in. nut that attaches the water supply line to the isolation water valve.

3. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw and valve from the cabinet.

1/2-in. Nut

Water Valve and Flowmeter

The water valve is located inside the left-side refrigerator door. Models with Precise Fill and Auto

Fill utilize a fl owmeter that is connected to the inlet of the water valve. The water valve supplies water to the icemaker and dispenser. Each coil on the water valve has an approximate resistance value of 400

Ω

. It is necessary to remove the access panel to replace the water valve and fl owmeter. The procedure to remove the water valve on GE/Adora models is similar.

To remove the water valve and fl owmeter:

1. Remove the tank inlet tubing from the water valve. (See

Water Tank

, step 1 thru 3.) lock clip off the icemaker water outlet coupling.

3. Carefully push the collar in while pulling the water line out from the coupling.

Note:

Lock clips must be reinstalled to prevent leaks.

After the water line is removed from the connector, the lock clip can be reinstalled on the connector. The water line can then be inserted with the clip in place.

4. Disconnect the valve wire harness.

5. Remove the two 5/16-in. hex-head screws that attach the valve to the refrigerator.

4. Disconnect the water valve wire harness.

5. Remove the plastic lock clip from the coupling.

6. Carefully push the collar in while pulling the water line out from the valve.

Disconnect

Lock Clip

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Water Valve

Disconnect

Flowmeter

Collar

Clip

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6. Rotate the water valve and remove the Phillipshead screw from the top of the fl owmeter.

7. Carefully push the fl owmeter collar in while simultaneously rotating and pulling the meter out from the coupling.

fl ow-

Freezer Icemaker Water Valve GE/Adora Models

The freezer icemaker water valve receives fi ltered water and supplies this water to the freezer icemaker. The valve coil has an approximate resistance value of 400

Ω

.

The freezer icemaker water valve is located in the machine compartment to the right of the condenser and is attached to the isolation valve bracket.

To remove the freezer icemaker water valve:

1. Remove the machine compartment cover. (See

Machine Compartment Cover

.)

2. Remove the 1/4-in. hex-head screw and valve assembly from the cabinet.

a lock clip off the fl owmeter inlet coupling.

9. Carefully push the fl owmeter inlet collar in while pulling the inlet water line out from the coupling.

10. Disconnect the fl owmeter wire harness.

3. Shut off water supply to refrigerator and then remove the 1/2-in. nut that attaches the water supply line to the isolation water valve.

4. Disconnect the water valve wire harness.

5. Remove the plastic lock clips from the couplings, then carefully push each collar in while pulling each water line out from the valve.

Note:

See note on page 78 regarding lock clips.

6. Remove the 2 Phillips-head screws from bracket.

Disconnected

Harness

Disconnect

1/2-in. Nut

Clip

Collar

Lock Clip

Collar

Collar

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Freezer Icemaker

Water Valve

Articulating Door Mullion

The articulating door mullion is attached to the left-side door, and provides a movable center mullion that maximizes access to the fresh food compartment. With both refrigerator doors closed or only the right-side door opened, the mullion stays in position. When the left-side door is opened, the spring-loaded mullion is activated to fold against the handle side of the door liner.

The pin on top of the mullion and the track, located at the top, center front of the refrigerator, ensures proper mullion bar alignment upon closure of the left-side door.

Door Closed -

Pin in Track

Door Opening -

Pin Exiting Track

The articulating door mullion consists of the mullion and heater. The articulating door mullion is supplied as an assembly.

The heater operates on 12 VDC with the doors closed.

Operation is based on room temperature and humidity.

The resistance value of the heater is approximately

24.7 Ω . Check for the correct voltage and resistance on the door board at J3 pin 4 to J3 pin 20.

To remove the articulating door mullion assembly:

1. Open the left door and move the articulating door mullion to the door-closed position.

2. Remove the two T-10 Torx screws from the wire harness cover.

3. Pull out and disconnect the wire harness.

Disconnect

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4. Grasp the mullion and pull it vertically upward to release it from the top and bottom retainers.

Circuit Boards

Main Control Board

The main control board operates some or all of the following outputs, depending on the model identi fi cation used:

• Freezer temperature control using compressor, fans and 3-way valve

• Fresh Food temperature control using compressor, fans, 3-way valve, and damper

(single evaporator models)

• Ice Box temperature control

• Deli pan control using the damper, fan and heater

• Variable fan speed control with RPM feedback for the condenser, fresh food and freezer evaporator, ice box and deli pan fans

• Freezer and fresh food evaporator defrost control

• Icemaker control for models with an icemaker in the freezer

• Control of freezer icemaker water valve.

• Control of case water dispenser on nondispenser models

• Control of the isolation water valve

• Control of mullion and ice port heaters based on external temperature and relative humidity

• Control of the fi ll tube heater for the icemaker located in the freezer

• Control of the interior LED lighting in the fresh food compartment

The main control board is installed in a recess located in the back of the refrigerator. The recess is concealed by a cover that is attached with two

1/4-in. hex head screws at the bottom and 2 tabs at the top.

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To access the main control board, it is necessary to remove the two 1/4-in. hex head screws then slide the cover down from the 2 tabs.

Tab Tab

Door Control Board

The door control board controls all AC and DC functions of the left side fresh food door.

The door control board is attached to the bottom of the door board cover. The door board cover is attached to the top of the left side fresh food door with 3 screws and 2 tabs located inside the door board cavity.

To remove the door board:

1. Remove the three T-15 Torx screws that attach the door board cover to the top of the left side fresh food door.

The main control board is attached to the recess with 2 tabs, 1 on each side. Some models may have

2 screws or 2 compression pins.

The board is connected to the refrigerator with 11 wire harnesses. To remove the board, it is necessary to disconnect the wire harnesses, and push each tab outward.

Door Board Cover

2. Lift the back of the cover and disconnect the 3 wire harnesses from the door board.

Tab

Tab

3. Compress each of the 5 pins that attach the door board to the cover.

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Service Diagnostic Mode

Service Diagnostic Functions

Entering Service Diagnostics:

Enter Service mode by pressing the

Water

,

Crushed

, and

Cubed

buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds.

The display will show

00

in the FZ temperature display and

00

in the FF temperature display. All the components will turn off, 3-way valve will go to home position, dampers will go to closed position, and the temperature display will fl ash

0

in each of the FZ and FF displays.

The display will show

Enter Service Mode?

Press

Yes.

Use the FZ or FF increase/decrease buttons from display to select the appropriate mode. Once the displays indicate the desired test mode, press any key, except the temperature adjustment buttons, to run test.

The test mode must be selected within 5 minutes of entering the diagnostic mode. Otherwise, it will time-out and normal refrigerator operation will resume.

Once a test mode is selected, the display will show the results of the mode selected.

Run test

00 16

to exit diagnostics mode and return to normal operation.

The display will show

Entering Service Mode

.

Note:

• The control will reset to normal operation if power is cycled.

• Nondispenser models require use of a service kit.

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Service Diagnostic Table

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

Note:

Tests will continue to run until another test is started.

All tests are not applicable to all models

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

FZ

Display

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

FF

Display

15

16

17

12

13

14

18

19

Mode

02 Dispenser Self-Test Mode

06 COM Version

07 Degrees C Mode

08 Degrees F Mode

11 Join Zigbee Network

Leave Zigbee Network

Get Zigbee Network Status

Force FF and FZ Defrost

Exits all Defrost

EXIT SERVICE MODE

Door Board Version Test

Dispenser Version Test

Deli Pan Version Test

23

24

25

20 Internal Temp Version Test

21 Zigbee Module Version Test

22 AutoFill Version Test

26

27

Main Board Version Test

FF 1 Thermistor Test

FF 2 Thermistor Test

FF Evaporator Thermistor Test

FZ Cabinet Thermistor Test

28 FZ Evaporator Thermistor Test

29 Ambient Temp Test

30 Deli Pan Thermistor Test

31 FZ Ice Mold Body Thermistor

Test

38

39

40

32 Conv Drawer Thermistor Test

36 FF Door Ice Mold Body

Thermistor Test

37 FF Door Ice Cabinet

Thermistor Test

Hot Water 1 Thermistor Test

Hot Water 2 Thermistor Test

Humidity Sensor Test

41

42

43

Case (SxS) Flowmeter Test

Door (BF) Flowmeter Test

Cycle Duct Door

44 Cycle FF Damper

45 Cycle Conv Drawer Damper

46 Cycle QC/Deli Damper

Con

Displays Un fi fi

Comments

Turns on all LEDs and 7 Segments on Dispenser Board

Return the COM Version (Only on LCD Models)

Changes the System to be Degrees C

Changes the System to be Degrees F

See Zigbee Network

Starts a FF and FZ Defrost

Forces the Heated Defrost to the Idle State.

Resets all boards in the system

rm UI Communication this Board

ltered Thermistor Temperature (display of

300 or -41 indicates open/shorted or not present)

Displays Current Humidity

Returns the Flow from Last Dispense for SxS

Returns the Flow from Last Dispense for BF

Opens the Duct Door for 10 seconds and then closes it

Opens the Damper for 30 seconds then closes it

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)

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Service Diagnostic Table

00

00

00

00

00

FZ

Display

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

FF

Display

47 FF Fan Test

Mode

48 FZ Fan Test

49 Condenser Fan Test

50 Ice Box Fan Test

51 Deli/QC Fan Test

52 Convertible Drawer Fan Test

53 FF Defrost Heater Test

54 Deli Pan/QC Heater Test

(30 sec max)

55 Isolation Valve Test

56 Ice Port Heater Test

57 Ice Duct Liner Htr/SxS Water

Valve Test

58 FZ Icemaker Water Valve Test

59 FZ Icemaker Rake Motor Test

60 FZ Defrost Heater Test

61 Compressor Relay Test

63 IMX Power Relay Test

(Normally Closed Relay)

64 FZ Icemaker Fill Tube Heater

Test

65 FF Door Icemaker Water Valve

Test

66 FF Door Icemaker Rake Motor

Test

67 FF Door Hot Water Valve Test

68 FF Door Water Valve Test

69 Hot Water Heater Test

(5 sec max)

70 Read Left FF Door Status

71 Read Right FF Door Status

72 Read FZ Door Status

73 Read Conv Drawer/IM Input

Status

Comments

Turns the Fan on 75% Duty Cycle and Returns the RPM

Turns on the Load

Returns the Input Status (0 = Closed, 1 = Open)

74

75

76

Read FZ Icemaker Rake Status Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Home, 1 = Home)

Read FZ Icemaker Arm Status Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Full, 1 = Full)

Read FF Door Icemaker Rake

Status

Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Home, 1 = Home)

77 Read FF Door Icemaker Arm

Status

78

79

Read FF Door Cold Water Cup

Switch

Read FF Door Hot Water Cup

Switch

Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Full, 1 = Full)

Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Pressed)

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Service Diagnostic Table

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

FZ

Display

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

00

01

FF

Display

Mode

80 Read FF Door Hot Water Level

Switch 1

81 Read FF Door Hot Water Level

Switch 2

99 FF Door Icemaker Full Cycle

Test

00 FZ Icemaker Full Cycle Test

Comments

Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Full)

82 Read FF Door Over Current

Flag 1

83 Read FF Door Over Current

Flag 2

84 FF Door Icemaker Fill Tube

Heater Test

85 FF Door Recess Heater Test

Returns the Input Status (0 = Not Tripped)

86 Vertical Mullion Heater Test

87 Unused Output

88 Unused Output

89 Ice Box Gasket Heater test

91 FF Lights Test

Turns on the Load

Turns the Lights on at 100% Duty Cycle

92 FZ Lights Test

93

94

95

96

FZ Defrost Heater Test with

Feedback

FF Defrost Heater Test with

Feedback

FF Cooling Test

FZ Cooling Test

Turns on FZ Defrost Heater, Displays FZ Evaporator

Thermistor Temperature

Turns on FF Defrost Heater, Displays FF Evaporator

Thermistor Temperature

Compressor (VS high SS on) - 3 Way Valve FF/

FZ - Condenser Fan (high) - FF Evaporator Fan (low) -

Display FF Evaporator Thermistor Temperature

Compressor (VS high SS on) - 3 Way Valve FZ only

- Condenser Fan (high) - FZ Evaporator Fan (low) -

Display FZ Evaporator Thermistor Temperature

97 FF Door Icemaker Heater Test Turns on FF Door I/M Heater, Displays FF Door I/M mold

Thermistor Temperature

98 FZ Icemaker Heater Test Turns on FZ I/M Heater, Displays FZ Door I/M Mold

Thermistor Temperature

Icemaker Full Cycle Test (similar to 3-arm press)

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Schematics

Main Board - Profi le Models

FZ EVAP FAN

FZ ICE BOX FAN

FF FAN

DELI PAN FAN

CONDENSER FAN

YELLOW

RED

TO DOOR

DC CONNECTIONS

ZIGBEE BOARD

SERVICE

INTERFACE J4-5

UNDER TOP HINGE COVER

DELI-PAN BOARD

J1-1

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

J4-7

J4-6

SILVER

YELLOW/SILVER

TAN

J1-3

RED

J1-5

YELLOW

WHITE

FF THERMISTOR

FF EVAP THERMISTOR

FZ THERMISTOR

FZ EVAPTHERMISTOR

DELI PAN THERMISTOR

AMBIENT THERMISTOR

WHITE

SILVER VIOLET BROWN BLUE

WHITE

TAN

J14-7

J14-6

RED/BLACK

J13-7

RED/ORANGE

J13-4

SILVER/ORANGE

J13-2

WHITE/ORANGE

YELLOW/SILVER

J13-6

J9-13

BLACK/ORANGE

J13-5

TAN

BLUE

BLUE

TAN

TAN

BLUE

BLUE/ORANGE

VIOLET

J13-1

RED/BLACK

TAN

J11-1

YELLOW/BLACK

BROWN

J11-3

SILVER/BLACK

TAN/BLUE

J11-2

TAN

WHITE/BLUE

J11-13

BLUE

J11-14

TAN

YELLOW/VIOLET

J11-9

BLUE

WHITE/VIOLET

J11-10

TAN

YELLOW/RED

J10-1

BLUE

VIOLET/RED

J10-2

BROWN/PINK

WHITE/RED

J10-3

PINK/BROWN

BROWN

J10-4

J11-7

BROWN/BLACK

J11-8

YELLOW/WHITE

J9-9

BROWN/YELLOW

J9-11

PINK/RED

J8-1

J8-3

J8-5

J8-7

PINK/VIOLET

J8-2

J8-4

RED/VIOLET

J8-6

J8-8

RED/BLUE

J6-2

J6-4

SILVER/BLUE

J6-8

J6-6

J6-1

J6-3

YELLOW

J6-5

J6-7

RED/YELLOW

J9-1

WHITE/YELLOW

J9-2

BLACK/YELLOW

J9-3

PINK/YELLOW

J9-4

TAN

J12-1

3-WAY VALVE

BLACK

YELLOW

RED

ORANGE

YELLOW

BLUE

SILVER

RED

J12-2

J12-3

J12-4

J12-5

MAINBOARD

DC AC

J6-9

J6-10

PINK/BLUE

YELLOW/BLUE

J6-11

J6-12

BLUE/WHITE

BLUE/RED

J9-10

J9-12

J9-13

J9-7

J9-8

BLUE/YELLOW

YELLOW/PINK

YELLOW/SILVER

WHITE/BROWN

RED/BROWN

J9-5

RED

J9-6 WHITE

RED

RED

MAINBOARD

ENCLOSURE

HEATER

YELLOW

BLUE

YELLOW/SILVER

WHITE/BROWN

RED/BROWN

BLUE

WHITE

RED

YELLOW

J4-4

J4-2

J4-6

RED

WHITE

DELI PAN

DAMPER

HUMIDITY

SENSOR

J2-1 WHITE

COMPRESSOR

ISOLATION

WATER

VALVE

INVERTER

BLACK ORANGE

J4-1

J4-3

J2-6

J2-2

J1-4

J2-3

VIOLET

VIOLET/WHITE

BLUE/YELLOW

YELLOW

BLUE

BLACK

BLACK

BROWN

ORANGE

NO

PINK

COM

NC LEFT

DOOR SWITCH

WHITE

NC COM

RIGHT DOOR SWITCH

WHITE

WHITE

BLACK

ORANGE

DELI-PAN

HTR

PINK

BLUE

ORANGE

FF

DEF HTR

BLUE

FZ

DEF HTR

PINK

WHITE

WHITE

BLACK

ICE

PORT

HTR

TO DOOR

OVER TEMPERATURE

THERMOSTAT

OPEN >140° F

AC

CONNECTIONS

THERMAL CUT-OFF

OPEN >162° F

BROWN

J1-3

J1-6

J1-2

J4-2

RED

COM

FZ

LIGHT

SWITCH

NC

BROWN

BROWN

AC

ORANGE

ORANGE

BLACK

LINE INPUT

ORANGE

WHITE

NEUTRAL INPUT

GREEN/YELLOW

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Dispenser and Door Boards - Profi le Models

SPEAKER

DISPENSER BOARD

J7-1

J7-2

ULTRA SONIC

LOWER

ULTRA SONIC

UPPER

PADDLE

GREY (4x)

J5

GREY (2x)

GREY (2x)

J4

J3

RED

BLACK

J4-3

J4-1

RED/BLACK

BLACK/PINK

BLUE

WHITE/GREY

RED

BLACK

BLACK/GREEN

FLOW

METER

BLACK/GREEN

DUCT

DOOR

BLACK

/BROWN

RECESS

BLACK/GREY

FILL TUBE

BLACK/

ORANGE

MULLION

RED/BLACK

J2-4

BLACK/PINK

BLUE

BLACK

J2-6

J2-2

J2-5

AUTO

FILL

SHIELD

WHITE/GREY

J3-12

BLUE/GREEN

RED

BLACK

J3-18

J3-17

J3-20

WHITE/YELLOW

RED/WHITE

J3-8

J3-19

DOOR BOARD

(IN TOP CAP)

J4-4

J4-1

J4-16

PINK/GREEN

J3-7

BLACK/GREEN J3-15

J4-8

J4-6

BROWN/WHITE

BROWN

ORANGE

BEIGE/BLACK

BEIGE

PINK/BROWN

J3-9

PINK/GREY

J3-13

PINK/YELLOW

J3-4

J4-3

J4-7

GREY/WHITE

GREY

BLACK

ICE BOX

PINK

J3-1

AUGER

(120V DC)

WATER VALVES

IM

DISP

BROWN/WHITE

BROWN

ORANGE

LEDS

YELLOW/BLACK

J3-3

YELLOW/RED

J3-5

ARM

RAKE

SENSOR ENABLE

WHITE/RED

WHITE/BLACK

BLACK/RED

J3-6

J3-11

J3-14

ICE BOX

THERM

BLUE

BROWN

J5-3

J5-4

I/M THERMISTER SIGNAL/+5V WHITE

RED/ORANGE

J5-1

J5-2

DC

AC

J4-2

J4-9

PURPLE RAKE MOTOR

AQUA

I/M MOLD BODY HEATER

ICE

MAKER

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Main Board - GE/Adora Models

RED

SILVER VIOLET BROWN

TO DOOR

DC CONNECTIONS

ZIGBEE BOARD

SERVICE

INTERFACE J4-5

UNDER TOP HINGE COVER

J4-7

J4-6

SILVER

YELLOW/SILVER

TAN

WHITE

TAN

J14-7

J14-6

RED/BLACK

J13-7

RED/ORANGE

J13-4

SILVER/ORANGE

J13-2

WHITE/ORANGE

YELLOW/SILVER

J13-6

J9-13

BLACK/ORANGE

J13-5

BLUE/ORANGE

J13-1

MAINBOARD

FZ EVAP FAN

FZ ICE BOX FAN

FF FAN

CONDENSER FAN

3-WAY VALVE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

RED

BLACK

YELLOW

BLUE

FF THERMISTOR

FF EVAP THERMISTOR

FZ THERMISTOR

FZ EVAPTHERMISTOR

AMBIENT THERMISTOR

WHITE

BLACK

YELLOW

RED

ORANGE

TAN

BLUE

TAN

BLUE

TAN

RED/YELLOW

J11-13

BLUE

J11-14

TAN

J11-9

BLUE

J11-10

TAN

PINK/BROWN

J10-1

BLUE

J10-2

BROWN/PINK

J10-3

J10-4

YELLOW/WHITE

J9-9

BROWN/YELLOW

J9-11

PINK/RED

J8-1

WHITE/RED

J8-3

VIOLET/RED

J8-5

YELLOW/RED

J8-7

PINK/VIOLET

J8-2

WHITE/VIOLET

J8-4

RED/VIOLET

J8-6

YELLOW/VIOLET

J8-8

RED/BLUE

J6-2

WHITE/BLUE

J6-4

SILVER/BLUE

J6-8

TAN/BLUE

J6-6

J9-1

WHITE/YELLOW

BLACK/YELLOW

J9-2

J9-3

PINK/YELLOW

J9-4

TAN

J12-1

YELLOW

BLUE

SILVER

RED

J12-2

J12-3

J12-4

J12-5

(+5V)

(IM THERMISTOR SIGNAL)

(RAKE)

(SENSOR ENABLE)

(ARM)

J9-10

BLUE/YELLOW

J9-12

YELLOW/PINK

J9-13

J9-5

YELLOW/SILVER

RED RED

J9-6 WHITE

J10-7

YELLOW/BLACK

RED

J10-8

RED/BLACK

J10-10

PINK/BLUE

J10-11

BLUE/RED

J10-12

BLUE/WHITE

SILVER

(RAKE MOTOR)

(MOLD BODY HEATER)

J3-1

J3-2

PINK/BROWN

ORANGE

MB ENCL HTR

FREEZER

ICE

MAKER

YELLOW

BLUE

YELLOW/SILVER

J4-4

J4-2

J4-6

HUMIDITY

DISCRETE

ELECTRICAL

SENSOR

COMPONENTS

BLACK

ORANGE

SS

COMPRESSOR

J2-4 BLUE/YELLOW

WHITE WHITE

FZ IM FT HTR

THERMAL CUT-OFF

OPEN >162° F

J3-3

SILVER/BLACK

J2-1 WHITE

J4-1

J4-3

VIOLET

VIOLET/WHITE

FZ IM

WATER

VALVE

ISOLATION

WATER

VALVE

ORANGE

ORANGE

BLACK

BROWN

ORANGE

NO

PINK

COM

NC LEFT

DOOR SWITCH

WHITE

NC COM

RIGHT DOOR SWITCH

TO DOOR

AC

CONNECTIONS

BROWN

J2-2

J1-4

YELLOW

BLUE

J2-3

BLACK

J1-5

BLACK

J4-2

RED

COM

FZ

LIGHT

SWITCH

NC

J1-3

J1-6

J1-2 BROWN

ORANGE PINK

BLUE

ORANGE

FF

DEF HTR

BLUE

FZ

DEF HTR

PINK

WHITE

WHITE

BLACK

ICE

PORT

HTR

BROWN

AC

ORANGE

ORANGE

BLACK

LINE INPUT

ORANGE

WHITE

NEUTRAL INPUT

OVER TEMPERATURE

THERMOSTAT

OPEN >140° F

GREEN/YELLOW

DC AC

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Dispenser and Door Boards - GE/Adora Models

SPEAKER

DISPENSER BOARD

J9-2

J9-2

PADDLE

RED/BLACK

BLACK/PINK

BLUE

WHITE/GREY

RED

BLACK

RED

BLACK

J4-3

J4-1

RED/BLACK

BLACK/PINK

BLUE

J2-4

J2-6

J2-2

BLACK/GREEN

N/A

BLACK/GREEN

DUCT

DOOR

BLACK

/BROWN

RECESS

BLACK/GREY

FILL TUBE

BLACK/

ORANGE

MULLION

WHITE/GREY

BLUE/GREEN

RED

BLACK

J3-12

DOOR BOARD

(IN TOP CAP)

J3-18

J3-17

J3-20

J4-4

J4-1

J4-16

WHITE/YELLOW

RED/WHITE

J3-8

J3-19

PINK/GREEN

J3-7

BLACK/GREEN J3-15

J4-8

J4-6

BROWN/WHITE

BROWN

ORANGE

BEIGE/BLACK

BEIGE

PINK/BROWN

J3-9

PINK/GREY

J3-13

J4-3

J4-7

GREY/WHITE

GREY

PINK/YELLOW

J3-4

BLACK

ICE BOX

PINK

J3-1

AUGER

(120V DC)

WATER VALVES

IM

DISP

LED

YELLOW/BLACK

J3-3

YELLOW/RED

J3-5

ARM

RAKE

SENSOR ENABLE

WHITE/RED

WHITE/BLACK

BLACK/RED

J3-6

J3-11

J3-14

ICE BOX

THERM

BLUE

BROWN

J5-3

J5-4

I/M THERMISTER SIGNAL/+5V WHITE

RED/ORANGE

J5-1

J5-2

DC

AC

J4-2

J4-9

PURPLE RAKE MOTOR

AQUA

I/M MOLD BODY HEATER

ICE

MAKER

BROWN/WHITE

BROWN

ORANGE

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Key Features

  • Spacious interior with adjustable shelving for flexible storage
  • Built-in ice maker for a constant supply of ice
  • Water dispenser for easy access to chilled water
  • Advanced temperature control system for optimal food preservation
  • Sleek design to complement any kitchen décor

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I adjust the temperature settings?
The temperature settings can be adjusted using the control panel on the front of the refrigerator.
How do I replace the water filter?
The water filter is located behind the bottom grille of the refrigerator. To replace it, simply pull out the old filter and insert the new one.
How do I clean the ice maker?
The ice maker can be cleaned by running a mixture of vinegar and water through it.

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