Installation Instructions* for French Door Bottom Freezer/Refrigerator

Installation Instructions* for French Door Bottom Freezer/Refrigerator
®
Installation Instructions* for French Door Bottom Freezer/Refrigerator
*Please refer to your Use & Care Guide for more details.
To Connect Water Supply Line To Ice Maker Inlet Valve
WARNING
To avoid electric shock, which can cause death or severe personal
injury, do not connect your refrigerator to an electrical power source
until you have completed Step 2 of these instructions.
 NOTE
If you need to remove the doors to get your refrigerator into the house, please refer to “Removing Doors”
in the Use & Care Guide. These installation instructions are provided only as a possible customer option.
Frigidaire recommends that you use a service or kitchen contracting professional to install your refrigerator.
IMPORTANT
If you are installing your refrigerator
without connecting it to a water
supply, make sure the ice maker’s
power switch is turned Off (see the
Use & Care Guide for more details).
CAUTION
• Shifting the refrigerator from side to side
may damage flooring.
• Do not block the toe grille on the lower
front of your refrigerator. Sufficient air circulation is essential for proper operation.
1 Preparing For Installation
Be sure to coordinate site preparation and installation
with your kitchen contractor.
Include these minimum guidelines in your site preparation:
• Choose a place near a grounded electrical outlet.
• Do not use an extension cord or an adapter plug.
• Avoid direct sunlight and close proximity to a range, Please call 1-800-944-9044 if you
need assistance with this installation.
dishwasher or other heat source.
• Floor should be level and able to support a fully
loaded refrigerator.
• The refrigerator’s Ice Dispenser
requires water supply access.
• Plan for easy access to counter tops
when removing food.
Room temperatures
• For complete access to drawers and
below 55°F (13°C)
freezer baskets, doors must be able to
or above 110°F
fully open.
(43°C) will impair
• Load refrigerator from side of cabinet
cooling ability of
only.
refrigerator’s
• Do not run retaining straps over handles nor overtighten straps. your
compressor.
• Never use refrigerator handles to move the refrigerator.
Allow the following clearances for ease of installation, proper air
circulation, and plumbing and electrical connections: Sides & Top: 3/8 inch / Rear: 1 inch
 NOTE
CAUTION
2 Connect Water Supply
Before Installing The Water Supply Line, You Will Need:
• Basic Tools: adjustable wrench, flat-blade screwdriver, and
PhillipsTM screwdriver
• Access to a household cold water line with water pressure
between 30 and 100 psi.
To avoid electric shock,
• A water supply line made of ¼ inch (6 mm) OD, copper
which can cause death
or stainless steel tubing. To determine the length of
or severe personal
tubing needed, measure the distance from the ice
injury, disconnect the
maker inlet valve at the back of the refrigerator to your
refrigerator from eleccold water pipe. Then add approximately 7 feet, so the
trical power before conrefrigerator can be moved out for cleaning.
necting a water supply
• A shutoff valve to connect the water supply line to your
line to the refrigerator.
household water system. DO NOT use a self-piercing type
shutoff valve.
• A compression nut and ferrule (sleeve) for connecting a copper water supply line to the
ice maker inlet valve.
WARNING
CAUTION
To Avoid Property Damage:
• Copper or Stainless Steel braided tubing is recommended for the water supply line. Water supply tubing made of ¼ inch (6 mm) plastic
is not recommended to be used. Plastic tubing greatly increases the
potential for water leaks, and the manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage if plastic tubing is used for the supply line.
• Do not reuse compression fitting or use thread seal tape.
• DO NOT install water supply tubing in areas where temperatures fall
below freezing.
• Chemicals from a malfunctioning softener can damage the ice maker.
If the ice maker is connected to soft water, ensure that the softener
is maintained and working properly.
1.Disconnect refrigerator from electric power source.
2.Place end of water supply line into sink or
bucket. Turn ON water supply and flush
Steel
supply line until water is clear. Turn OFF
Clamp
Plastic Water
water supply at shutoff valve.
Tubing to
Brass
Filter
3.Remove plastic cap from water valve inlet
Compression
and discard cap.
Nut
4.If you use copper tubing - Slide brass
Ferrule
compression nut, then ferrule (sleeve) onto
(Sleeve)
water supply line. Push water supply line into
water valve inlet as far as it will go (¼ inch).
Copper
Slide ferrule (sleeve) into valve inlet and
water line
finger tighten compression nut onto valve.
Tighten another half turn with a wrench; DO
Water Valve
Bracket
NOT overtighten. See Figure 1.
If you use stainless steel tubing - The nut
Valve Inlet
and ferrule are already assembled on the
tubing. Slide compression nut onto valve
Wate r V alve
inlet and finger tighten compression nut
onto valve. Tighten another half turn with a
wrench; DO NOT overtighten. See Figure 2.
Copper water line
5.With steel clamp and screw, secure water
from household water supply
supply line (copper tubing only) to rear panel
of refrigerator as shown.
(Include enough tubing in loop to allow
moving refrigerator out for cleaning.)
6.Coil excess water supply line (copper tubing
Figure 1
only), about 2½ turns, behind refrigerator
as shown and arrange coils so they do not
vibrate or wear against any other surface.
7.Turn ON water supply at shutoff valve and
Plastic Water
tighten any connections that leak.
Tubing
8.Reconnect refrigerator to electrical power
to Filter
source.
9.To turn ice maker on, lower wire signal arm
(freezer ice maker) or set the ice maker’s On/
Off power switch to the “ON” position (fresh
food ice maker).
 NOTE
Check with your local building authority for
recommendations on water lines and associated
materials prior to installing your new refrigerator.
Depending on your local/state building
codes, Frigidaire recommends for homes with
existing valves its Smart Choice® water line kit
5305513409 (with a 6 ft. Stainless Steel Water
Line) and for homes without an existing valve,
Frigidaire recommends its Smart Choice® water
line kit 5305510264 (with a 20 ft. Copper Water
Line with self-tapping saddle valve). Please refer
to www.frigidaire.com for more information.
DO NOT REMOVE this label until the refrigerator has been leveled.
Please follow all instructions for leveling your refrigerator.
4 Installing & Leveling Freezer Drawer (if necessary)
1. Installing freezer drawer: Refer to “Installing Freezer Drawer” in the Use & Care Guide.
2. Leveling freezer drawer:
Remove Hex
Remove Hex
Head Drawer
Screw
A. Check gasket seal around top, bottom,
and sides of freezer drawer.
B. If gasket is not sealed, open drawer
and slightly loosen 4 drawer screws
(2 on each side) to allow drawer to
rotate.
C. Close drawer and recheck the seal
on the gasket (A). Open the drawer
grabbing by the sides in the center
(B). Be careful not to rotate the
drawer.
D. Tighten 4 drawer screws.
E. Recheck gasket seal.
F. Install the toe grille by fitting
into place.
Head Drawer
Screw
Do Not Remove
Other Screws
Do Not Remove
Other Screws
Remove Hex
Head Drawer
Screw
Remove Hex
Head Drawer
Screw
Grab Drawer
At Center
From Both Sides
Then
Pull Drawer Out
Push Against
Freezer Drawer
A
B
5 Installing & Adjusting Doors (if necessary)
1. Installing doors: Refer to “Installing
Doors” in the Use & Care Guide.
2. Doors final adjustment using the
adjustable lower hinge (select
models, if necessary):
A. Open doors to 90 degrees.
B. Lift the door while adjusting
the washer.
To raise the door: rotate
washer clockwise.
To lower the door: rotate
washer counterclockwise.
Open
Door
90
degrees
Bottom of Door
Opening Door
Raising/Lowering Door
6 Remove Internal Shipping Materials
Frigidaire uses packing foam and tape to secure the internal parts of your refrigerator for
shipping. Once the refrigerator is in position, you can remove this material.
What’s Next?
Figure 2
Congratulations! You are ready to begin enjoying your new Frigidaire refrigerator.
• For important safety instructions and to learn how to operate your refrigerator, please read
the entire Use & Care Guide.
• You may want to start with the “Normal Operating Sights & Sounds” section of the Guide to
learn what to expect during typical operation.
• Please register your product. You can register online at www.frigidaire.com or you can
simply send in the Registration Card.
3 Level Refrigerator
Guidelines for final positioning of your refrigerator
• All four corners of the cabinet must rest firmly on the
floor.
• The sides should tilt ¼ inch (6 mm) from front to
back (to ensure that doors close and seal properly).
• Doors should align with each other and be level.
Most of these conditions can be met by raising or
lowering the adjustable front rollers.
To level the cabinet using the front rollers:
1 You can raise or lower each door. Use a 3/8 inch socket
wrench to turn the adjustment screws (1 per side).
To raise: turn adjustment screw clockwise.
To lower: turn adjustment screw counterclockwise.
2 Ensure both doors are bind-free with their seals
touching the cabinet on all four sides and that cabinet
is stable.
3 After unit is leveled, lower anti-tip leg until it contacts
the floor.
7  Installation Check List
Door
Door
Raise
Anti-tip
Leg
Lower
Doors
□ Handles are secure and tight
□ Door seals completely to cabinet on all sides
□ Fresh food doors are level
Leveling
□ Refrigerator is level, side to side and tilted
¼ inch (6 mm) front to back
□ Toe grille is properly attached to refrigerator
□ Cabinet is sitting solid on all corners
Electrical Power
□ House power turned on
□ Refrigerator plugged in
Ice Maker
□ House water supply connected to
refrigerator
□ No water leaks present at all connections
□ Ice Maker is turned ON.
Final Checks
□ Shipping material removed
□ Fresh Food and Freezer temperatures set
If you are not satisfied with the installation of your refrigerator, please contact the store where you purchased it or call 1-800-944-9044 for assistance.
P/N: 242062402
SERVICE DATA SHEET
PERFORMANCE DATA NO LOAD & NO DOOR OPENINGS AT 37°/0°
CONTROL SETTING
Type A with Run / Start Capacitor
65°F (18°C) Ambient
90°F (32°C) Ambient
90 to 100%
100%
-5° to 2°F
(-20° to -17°C)
-1° to 3°F
(-18° to -16°C)
34° to 39°F
(1° to 4°C)
34° to 39°F
(1° to 4°C)
-2 to 6 psig
(-14 to 41 kPa)
-2 to 6 psig
(-14 to 41 kPa)
85 to 105 psig
(586 to 724 kPa)
120 to 135 psig
(827 to 931 kPa)
Operating Time
Freezer Temperature
Refrigerator Temperature
Low Side Pressure
High Side Pressure
(last 1/3 cycle)
Wattage (last 1/3 cycle)
30 to 50
50 to 70
Amps (running)
.4 to .8
.7 to .9
Base Voltage
A01544601
ICE & WATER - AUTOMATIC DEFROST
ERROR CODES
Display
DEFROST SPECIFICATIONS
Heater
Cabinet Size:
27’ & 28’ SD, 22’ CD
IMPORTANT: PLEASE RETURN THIS SHEET TO ITS ORIGINAL LOCATION.
26.5
39°F
(4°C)
Electronic Timer - (ADC) Defrost 24 minutes every 6-96 hours of compressor run time.
CONDENSER FAN MOTOR
0.03 Running
F
+ and - / same to deactivate
77
77
٨ and - / Power-on-Reset (POR)
--
SH
Shorted FF Thermistor
Sabbath
Sb
Sb
٧ and - / same to deactivate
Shorted FZ Thermistor
System Diagnostic
No FF or FZ display,
all UI LEDs on.
٨ and ٧/ + to deactivate
UI to Main Control
Board communication
failure; on start up
FFIM Diagnostic
Numerical display of
first test
٨ and ٧ together to activate /
press and hold + to deactivate
UI to Main Control
Board communication
error; after a period
in operation
Notes:
• Always check for pin back-outs, pinched or damaged wires before replacing components.
• Determine whether failure is caused by the component, main control board or wiring.
Contact TID before replacing main control board.
• Refer to Service Manual for additional information.
EF
500
1100 CW
Opposite Shaft
d
Display / Showroom
SY
135°F
(57.2°C)
3.1
Manual Defrost
Open FZ Thermistor
CE
110°F
(43.3°C)
Amps
Open FF Thermistor
--
SY
Cut-out
--
Activate:
115 vac (127 vac max)
Thermostat
Opens at 48°F ( 9°C), Closes at 15° F ( -9°C)
Heater Voltage
115 vac
Deactivate:
52C
LINE
NEUTRAL
POWER
MOTOR
63C
P-4
THERMOSTAT
NO
BLU
BLK
C
MOLD HEATER
165 WATTS
NO
GRN / YEL
P-1
C
MOLD
MOUNTING
PLATE
ICE MAKER
NC
WATER FILL
SWITCH
RED
NC
C
Tests marked with “*” may not be applicable to this unit and will not be displayed in System Diagnostic Mode.
Tests displayed in diagnostic mode but not described below are for internal purposes only; advance through.
View UI display for “on,” “off,” “CL,” “OP,” “SH,” “LO,” “HI” or numerical results of tests.
Listen for operating sounds; feel for heat or air flow as appropriate to determine results of tests.
Test
To activate test:
NC
SHUTOFF
SWITCH
First Screen
--
All LED lights on UI illuminated.
--
Second Screen
--
All segments on UI temperature displays illuminated.
--
Third Screen
--
Blank UI display, no lights illuminated.
28
Dispenser Paddle
Press disp. paddle
“on” on UI when depressed; “off” when released.
46
Humidity Sensor
Activates automatically
“OP” if open, “SH” if short.
AC Heater System: Displays %RH.
DC Heater System: “HI” – heater should be on.
“Lo” – heater should be off.
%RH is displayed when humidity is between “Lo” and “HI” values;
heater could be on or off.
47
Dispenser
Pocket Heater
Press set
AC Heater System: “--” ; test not available.
DC Heater System: heater on when “on”, off when “off”.
2
Freezer Defrost
Heater
Press set
Freezer defrost heater on when “on”; off when “off”.
3*
FF Light
(Incandescent Models)
Press set
FF lights on when “on”; off when “off”
8
Water Valve
(Dispenser)
Press set
FF doors must be closed.
Be prepared to collect water at dispenser.
Water dispenses when “on”; stops when “off”.
9*
FZ Light
(Incandescent Models)
Press set
FZ lights on when “on”, off when “off”.
10
Auger Motor
Press set
FF door must be closed.
Motor running when “on”; motor stopped when “off”.
11
Cube/Crush
Solenoid
Press set
FF door must be closed. Do not leave solenoid in activated state.
Solenoid activated when “on”; deactivated when “off”.
VCC Condenser Fan
Press set
Fan running when “on”; stopped when “off”.
43
Anticondensation
Heater
Press set
Flip mullion heater and dispenser pocket heater on when “on”;
off when “off”
Test
38*
VCC Compressor
Press set
Compressor running when “on”; stopped when “off”.
13*
FF Light (LED Models)
Press set
FF lights on when “on”; off when “off”.
15
Evaporator Fan
Press set
Stopped when “off”. Listen for speed change from “LO” to “HI”.
20*
FZ Light (LED Models)
Press set
FZ lights on when “on”, off when “off”.
22
Damper
Press set
With inspection mirror, observe damper open when “OP”; closed when “CL”.
23
FF Door
Open/close FF door
“CL” on UI when door closed; “OP” when open.
24
FZ Door
Open/close FZ door
“CL” on UI when door closed; “OP” when open.
26
Ice Maker
Defrost Heater
Activates automatically
Relay is activated automatically. If “CL” is shown, defrost limit switch is
closed and heater should be heating up. If “OP” is shown, defrost limit
switch is open and heater will not activate.
29
FF Thermistor
Activates automatically
UI shows temperature sensed by FF thermistor; pass if within 10°F of
temperature measured with gauge at FF thermistor location.
“OP-” if open; “SH-” if short.
30
FZ Thermistor
Activates automatically
UI shows temperature sensed by FZ thermistor; pass if within 10°F of
temperature measured with gauge at FZ thermistor location.
“OP” if open; “SH” if short.
33
Ambient Thermistor
@ Main Board
Activates automatically
UI shows temperature sensed at main board; pass if within +20°F/-10°F
of temperature measured with gauge at main board location.
“OP” if open; “SH” if short.
34*
Ambient
Thermistor @UI
Activates automatically
UI shows temperature sensed at UI; pass if within +20°F/-10°F of temperature measured with gauge at UI location. “OP” if open; “SH” if short.
39
Evaporator
Thermistor
Activates automatically
UI shows temperature sensed by evaporator thermistor; pass if within 10°F
of temperature measured with gauge at evaporator thermistor location.
“OP” if open; “SH” if short.
45
Ice Maker Mold
Thermistor
Activates automatically
UI shows temperature sensed at ice maker; pass if within +20°F/-10°F of
temperature measured with gauge at ice maker mold. “OP” if open; “SH”
if short.
0-
Firmware Parameters
Press set
Displays digit sequence; record.
2-
Main Board Firmware
Press set
Displays digit sequence; record.
4-
UI Firmware
Press set
Displays digit sequence; record.
Passing Result
To activate test
Activates
automatically
FZ display shows temperature sensed by Ice Maker Thermistor.
“OP” if open; “SH” if short
Press Set
Remove ice tray to collect water into a measuring container to measure water
fill. If collecting water into ice tray, first perform test 63C to empty ice tray.
Evaporator Fan (FFIM)
Press Set
“On” on FZ display when fan activated, “OFF” when deactivated.
Ice Level Sensor
Activates
automatically
Remove ice bucket.
Allow bail arm to drop freely. Pass if no alarm when tray returns to “home” position.
Hold bail arm up. Pass if alarm sounds when tray returns to “home” position.
This test runs continuously until another test is selected.
Twist Tray
Press Set
Remove ice bucket.
FZ display shows “1” and “GOOD”.
YELLOW
P-2
Variable Capacity Compressor (VCC) Diagnostics (select models)
If test 38 fails, diagnose as follows:
→
Check at the connector from the power cord
harness into the inverter board, located in
the machine compartment.
(PUR and WHT wires)
CAUTION
FREEZER ICE MAKER INFORMATION
Water Fill
Adjustment
Water Fill Volume: The water fill adjustment screw will change the fill time. One full turn is equal to
20cc (.68 oz.). The correct fill is 102 to 130cc (3.4 to 4.3 oz.). When a water valve is replaced, the fill
volume must be checked.
→
Check at Main Control Board
(BLK/WHT and RED/BLK wires)
yes
Identify and repair damaged wires or
poor connections between Main Control
Board and Inverter Board.
Motor
Gear
TU
R
Mounting
Plate
Screws
Mounting
Plate
Screw
Remove inverter box from the
compressor and check resistance
across compressor winding pairs as
shown.
Is resistance across all winding
pairs equal?
→
yes
Check connections from Inverter
Board to Compressor
Are connections from Inverter
Board to Compressor intact?
no
Replace Compressor and
Inverter Board.
Is Main Control Board sending
10-15 VAC and 1-5 VDC to
Inverter Board?
N
Test Cycling: Remove cover by inserting screwdriver in notch at bottom and prying cover from housing. Use screwdriver to rotate motor gear counterclockwise until holding switch circuit is completed. All
components of ice maker should function to complete the cycle.
→
yes
no
Check voltage supply.
Check and repair power
cord harness wiring and
connections.
(Where Applicable)
Check at Inverter Board on
Compressor
(BLK and RED wires)
Is Inverter Board receiving 10-15
VAC and 1-5 VDC from Main
Control Board?
no
•
All electrical parts and wiring must be shielded from torch flame. DO NOT allow
torch to touch insulation; it will char at 200°F and flash ignite (burn) at 500°F.
Excessive heat will distort the plastic liner.
→
yes
Is Inverter Board receiving 115 VAC
from power supply?
•
Passing result
--
LT. BLUE
NO
WATER VALVE
RED
Press + for up to 10 sec. Diagnostic Mode will automatically deactivate after 5 min. of inactivity.
Note: Silence alarm.
12
58C
RED
HOLD
SWITCH
ICE MAKER
BLK
THERMAL
CUT-OUT
Deactivate:
Press + for up to 10 sec. FFIM Diagnostic Mode will automatically deactivate after 5 min. of inactivity.
NOTE: Silence alarm.
Water Valve
57C
LT. BLUE
ICE MAKER
BRN
BLK
Press ٨ and ٧ temperature pads for up to 10 sec. simultaneously.
Press + or - to move forward or backward through tests.
Ice Maker Thermistor
55C
ICE MAKER
P-3
Evaporator Fan Failure
FRESH FOOD ICE MAKER DIAGNOSTIC MODE
FREEZER ICE MAKER SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical
FF
OP
CF
Ohms
FZ
Activate/Deactivate
(press for up to 10 sec. simultaneously)
--
SY
Watts
Display
Mode
OP
SH
Cut-out
RPM
FF
Defrost
Thermistor
Termination
Cut-in
Watts
FZ
SPECIAL MODES
Interpretation
Press ٨ and ٧ for up to 10 sec. simultaneously.
Press + to advance through tests.
•
•
•
•
BOTTOM FREEZER - R134a
115 vac (127 vac max)
Thermal Cutout
SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC MODE
Activate:
no
no
Identify and repair damaged
wires or poor connections
between Inverter Board and
Compressor.
yes
Replace Main Control Board.
VCC Resistance Check
Check resistance between terminals 1 and
2, 2 and 3, 3 and 1.
If all resistances are equal,
compressor is operative.
Replace Inverter Board
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTE
The information provided herein is designed to assist qualified repair personnel only. Untrained persons should
not attempt to make repairs due to the possibility of electrical shock. Disconnect power cord before servicing
this appliance.
IMPORTANT
Timing
Gear
If any green grounding wires are removed during servicing, they must be returned to their original position
and properly secured.
1
5
2
4
J3
3
6
9
10
DC SIDE
FLAPPER
MOTOR
BLK
USER
INTERFACE
3
2
1
J4
LED LIGHT WIRING
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 5
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 5
LH2
RH2
WHT
RED
1
2
J9
3
4
AC SIDE
GND
2
FREEZER
SENSOR
AT1
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
WHT/BRN
WHT/BRN
LED
LED
LED
RG-2
RG-6
WHT/BLU
IM FAN
MOTOR
RG-3
RG-4
LED
LED
WHT/BRN
RG-1
RG-7
WHT/BRN
WHT/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
WHT/BRN
WHT/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
BLK
M
2
PIN 4
PIN 7
1
PIN 1
PIN 8
GRN/BLU
M
BAIL ARM
SWITCH
4
3
2
1
MB1
2
RED 1 DK. BLU
TWIST
MOTOR
4
3
2
1
GRY/WHT
1
TRAY
SENSOR
REFRIGERATOR LEDS
IM1
PIN 2
PIN 4
PIN 1
PIN 8
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 1
PIN 7
PIN 5
PIN 2
PIN 4
PIN 6
PIN 6
PIN 5
PIN 3
PIN 1
IM2
MC2
GRY/BLK
GRY/BLK
GRN/BLU
DK. BLU
WHT
RED
BLU
YEL
GREY
GREY
1
8
2
3
J7
4
7
5
6
COMM.
NEUTRAL
+5V DC
CAB. GROUND
+12V DC
WHT/GRN
4
3
2
1
WHT/RED
WHT/BRN
WHT/GRN
WHT/GRN
WHT/RED
WHT/RED
4
WHT/GRN 3
2
WHT/RED 1
WHT/RED
WHT/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
EVAPORATOR
FAN (DC)
FZ-2
LED
LED
FZ-1
4
PIN 2
1
PIN 1
2
PIN 3
YEL/WHT
RED/WHT
BRN/WHT
MB1
FREEZER LEDS
RED
COMPRESSOR
CONTROL SIGNAL
TYPICAL LED CONNECTOR
BLK
RED/BLK
1
BLK/WHT
2
RL5
RL4
+5V DC
RL8
AT1
12V DC
DAMPER
MOTOR
RED/YEL
RED/YEL
BRN/YEL
PIN 5
BRN/YEL
BLK/YEL
WHT/YEL
BLK/YEL
PIN 3
WHT/YEL
PIN 2
YEL/BLK (COM)
YEL/GRY (N/C)
LH LIGHT
SWITCH
(DOOR OPEN)
PURPLE (N/O)
PURPLE (COM)
1 2 4 6
PIN 5
PIN 8
YEL/PNK
FREEZER DOOR
SWITCH
(DOOR OPEN)
YEL/GRY
YEL/GRY
YEL/PNK
BLK/ORN
BLK
MB1
PIN 4
PIN 5
YEL/PNK
YEL/PNK
RIBBED
(NEUTRAL)
LT. BLU
12 VDC
GRN/YEL
BASE PLATE
GROUND
BLK
7
4
J3
U2 (SSR1)
RL9
+12V DC
RL7
REVERSIBLE 12V DC
6
J3 3
5
YEL/RED
11
12
11
J5
7
12
J5
8
RIGHT DOOR
FLANGE
FLIP MULLION COVER
RIGHT HINGE
GROUND
PIN 2
YEL/BLK
PIN 3
LT.BLU/BLK
PIN 9
PIN 6
PIN 1
LT. BLU
BLK
RED
PIN 1
1
PIN 2
3
RH3
SPLICE
PIN 1
RH1
CONDENSER FAN
PIN 4
LT. BLU/BLK
LT. BLU/WHT
RH3
LH1
LH2
RH2
TAN
DISPENSER
WATER VALVE
LT. BLU
SPLICE
+5V DC
MAIN INLET
WATER VALVE
SPLICE
TAN/YEL
SPLICE
SPLICE
DIODE
YEL/BLU
+5V DC
YEL/BLU
LINE
RL1
+12V DC
+12V DC
GND
1
5
J1 4
J2
FREEZER ICEMAKER
WATER VALVE
PIN 1
BLK
BLK
PIN 3
LT. BLU
PIN 2
BRN
BLK/ORN
YEL/PNK
PIN 4
FREEZER
EVAPORATOR
HEATER
MB2
3
RL6
OUT1A
1
J3 2
J2 2
BROWN/BLUE
BLU/WHT
AUGER MOTOR
ICEMAKER
EVAPORATOR
HEATER
BROWN
PIN 7
PIN 1
BLU/WHT
PIN 3
PIN 8
PIN 2
PUR/BLK
PIN 9
DEFROST
BIMETAL
CUBE/CRUSH
SOLENOID
AUGER
MOTOR
PURPLE
PIN 7
J3 1
BEHIND FRONT
LEFT ROLLER
PIN 5
MC1
OUT2A
RL3
GRN/YEL
COIL COVER
GROUND
OUT1B
OUT2B
YEL/BLU
2
IM1
RL2
FREEZER DOOR
SWITCH
(DOOR OPEN)
4
FREEZER
ICE MAKER
(SEE FZ ICE
MAKER DIAGRAM)
ERF2500++ISO
REFRIGERATOR
CONTROL
YEL/PNK
THERMAL
CUT-OUT
PIN 4
RH1
+5V DC
BOARD-MOUNTED
AMBIENT THERMISTOR
SPLICE
PURPLE (COM)
PURPLE (N/O)
YEL/GRY (N/C)
YEL/BLK (COM)
PURPLE (COM)
PUR/BLK (N/O)
YEL/GRY (N/C)
YEL/BLK (COM)
PIN 4
IM1
LT. BLU
LH LIGHT
SWITCH
(DOOR OPEN)
BOARD VIEW
RH LIGHT
SWITCH
(DOOR OPEN)
J9
J10
+5V DC
2 4
J1
1 3
+5V DC
RL2
1
LH2 & RH2
LH1
4
3
1
1
RL3
BACK VIEW
7
1
1
7
6
MC1
MB1
MB2
3
3
6
3
9
9
3
1
7
7
1
MB2
4
8 8
4
1
5 5
1
2
1
1
2
J8
AMBIENT
TEMP
SENSOR
1
J4
1
1
J7
U2 RL4
RL7
J5
1
1
1
MC2
MC1
MC2
LATCH
CATCH
AT1
RL8
2
1
RL9
RH3
5
5
4
12
J6
J3
AT1, IM1, MB1, & RH1
11
RL5
RL6
9
J11
1 4
RL1
1
9
FLAPPER & SUMP
HEATER
LT. BLU
IM2
3
2
1
LH1
TWIST ICEMAKER
WATER VALVE
FRONT INSIDE
VIEW
IM1
MULLION HEATER
PIN 2
YEL
J2
RH1
2
GRN/YEL
SPLICE
LT. BLU/BLK
PIN 6
DIODE
+12V DC
5
6
J5
3
4
GRN/YEL
MC1
MC1
CABINET
WRAPPER
1
J8
2
1 2 4 6
YEL/BLK (COM)
YEL/GRY (N/C)
PUR/BLK (N/O)
PURPLE (COM)
RH LIGHT
SWITCH
(DOOR OPEN)
RH1
J2 3
+5V DC
1
PIN 6
INLINE CONNECTOR ABBREVIATION KEY
ABBR.
EXPLANATION
AT1 9 PIN CONNECTION AT AIR TOWER
9 PIN CONNECTION IN FRESH
IM1
FOOD ICEMAKER COMPARTMENT
6 PIN CONNECTION IN FRESH
IM2
FOOD ICEMAKER COMPARTMENT
6 PIN CONNECTION AT THE LEFT
LH1
DOOR UPPER HINGE
5 PIN CONNECTION AT THE LEFT
LH2
DOOR UPPER HINGE
9 PIN CONNECTION IN THE MAIN
MB1 BOARD HOUSING BEHIND THE TOE
GRILLE
4 PIN CONNECTION IN THE MAIN
MB2 BOARD HOUSING BEHIND THE TOE
GRILLE
9 PIN CONNECTION IN THE
MC1 MACHINE COMPARTMENT TO THE
LEFT OF THE COMPRESSOR
8 PIN CONNECTION IN THE
MC2 MACHINE COMPARTMENT TO THE
LEFT OF THE COMPRESSOR
9 PIN CONNECTION AT THE RIGHT
RH1
DOOR UPPER HINGE
5 PIN CONNECTION AT THE RIGHT
RH2
DOOR UPPER HINGE
2 PIN CONNECTION AT THE RIGHT
RH3
DOOR UPPER HINGE
3
4
5
6
7
J4
8
9
1
J1 2
3
VARIABLE SPEED
COMPRESSOR/ INV.
CONTROL SIGNAL
RED/BLK
BLK/WHT
PIN 5
+5V DC
NEUTRAL
WHT/GRN
LT. BLU
TAN
RG-5
GRY/WHT
7
8
9
J6
10
11
12
BLK
LT. BLU
SPLICE
YEL
WHT/BRN
WHT/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
4
3
2
1
4
3
2
1
WHT/BRN
WHT/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
4
3
2
1
WHT/BRN
WHT/BRN
WHT/BLU
WHT/BLU
LED
GRY/YEL
1
FRESH FOOD
SENSOR
LED
GRY/YEL
2
POWER
LT. BLU
BLK
LINE
FREEZER
EVAPORATOR
SENSOR
COMPRESSOR
GROUND
PIN 1
REVERSIBLE
12V
DISPENSER
PADDLE
DISPENSER
LIGHT
PIN 4
+12V DC
6 4 2 1
+12V DC
BASE PLATE
GROUND
FLAPPER
POSITION
SWITCH
6 4 2 1
+12V DC
NON-RIBBED
(LINE)
POWER CORD
IM2
2
4
4
2
3
6 6
3
1
3
3
1
1
4
4
1
LED POWER
BOARD
Wire Diagram A01536801
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