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REFRIGERATOR
SERVICE MANUAL
CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE "SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS" IN THIS MANUAL.
MODEL: GR-399/359
CONTENTS
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ....................................................................................................................................................... 2
SERVICING PRECAUTIONS.................................................................................................................................................. 3
SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................................... 4
PARTS IDENTIFICATION ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
REPLACEMENT OF DOOR OPENING TYPE ....................................................................................................................... 6
DISASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................................................................... 7-8
DOOR................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
DOOR SWITCH.................................................................................................................................................................... 7
FAN AND FAN MOTOR ........................................................................................................................................................ 7
DEF' CONTROL ASM .......................................................................................................................................................... 8
LAMP.................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
ADJUSTMENT................................................................................................................................................................... 9-10
COMPRESSOR.................................................................................................................................................................... 9
PTC-STARTER ..................................................................................................................................................................... 9
OLP (OVER LOAD PROTECTOR) ..................................................................................................................................... 10
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM.............................................................................................................................................................. 10
TROUBLESHOOTING ..................................................................................................................................................... 11-16
COMPRESSOR AND ELECTRIC COMPONENTS ........................................................................................................... 11
PTC AND OLP.................................................................................................................................................................... 12
ANOTHER ELECTRIC COMPONENT ............................................................................................................................... 13
SERVICE DIAGNOSIS CHART.......................................................................................................................................... 14
REFRIGERATING CYCLE ............................................................................................................................................ 15-16
MICOM FUNCTION & PCB CIRCUIT EXPLANATION ................................................................................................... 17-34
EXPLODED VIEW .......................................................................................................................................................... 35-38
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................................................ 39-
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read the following instructions before servicing your
refrigerator.
8. When tilting the set, remove any materials on the set,
especially the thin plates(ex. Glass shelf or books.)
1. Check the set for electric losses.
2. Unplug prior to servcing to prevent electric shock.
9. When servicing the evaporator, wear cotton gloves.
This is to prevent injuries from the sharp evaporator
fins.
3. Whenever testing with power on, wear rubber gloves to
prevent electric shock.
4. If you use any kind of appliance, check regular current,
voltage and capacity.
10. Leave the disassembly of the refrigerating cycle to a
specialized service center. The gas inside the circuit
may pollute the environment.
5. Don't touch metal products in the freezer with wet
hands. This may cause frostbite.
11. When you discharge the refrigerant, wear the
protective safety glasses or goggle for eye safety.
6. Prevent water from following onto electric elements in
the mechanical parts.
12. When you repair the cycle system in refrigerator, the
work area is well ventilated.
Especially if the refrigerant is R600a, there are no fire
or heat sources. (No smoking)
7. When standing up after having checked the lower
section of the refrigerator with the upper door open,
move with care to avoid hitting the upper door.
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SERVICING PRECAUTIONS
Features of refrigerant (R600a)
After the refrigerant (R600a) is completely discharged, repair any
defective parts and replace the dryer. At any case you must use the
LOKRING for connecting or replacing any part in the cycle (No Fire,
No Welding). Connect the Schrader valve to pump with the coupler.
And then turn the pump on for vacuum state (Figure 3). Let the
pump run until the low-pressure gauge indicates the vacuum (gauge
pressure 0, absolute pressure -1atm or -760mmHg). Recommended
vacuum time is 30 min. Charge the N2 gas in order to check for
leakage from welding points and the LOKRING. If leakages are
found, repair the defects and repeat the vacuum process.
• Achromatic and odor less gas.
• Flammable gas and the ignition (explosion) at 494°C.
• Upper/lower explosion limit: 1.8%~8.4%/Vol.
Features of the R600a refrigerator
• Charging of 60% refrigerant compared with a R134a model
• The suction pressure is below 1bar (abs) during the operation.
• Because of its low suction pressure, the external air may
flow in the cycle system when the refrigerant leak, and it
causes malfunction in the compressor.
• The displacement of compressor using R600a must be at
least 1.7 times larger than that of R134a.
• Any type of dryer is applicable (XH-5, 7, 9).
• The EVAPORATOR or any other cycle part that has
welding joint is hidden in the foam. (If not hidden inside,
the whole electric parts must be tested with the
LEAKAGE TEST according to the IEC Standard.)
• The compressor has label of the refrigerant R600a.
• Only the SVC man must have an access to the system.
TO THE
VACUUM
PUMP
PRESSURE
GAUGE
Figure 3
Installation place
After the system is completely vacuumed, fill it with the refrigerant
R600a up to what has been specified at your refrigerator Name
Plate. The amount of refrigerant (R600a) must be precisely
measured within the error of ±2g by an electron scale (Figure 4).
• Must be well ventilated.
• Must be 20 m3 or larger.
• Must be no-smoking area.
• No ignitable factors must be present.
If you use the manifold connected with both the refrigerant
(R600a) cylinder and the vacuum pump simultaneously,
make sure the pump valve is closed (Figure 5).
Utilities
• Refrigerant cylinder (MAX NET 300g)
• Manometer
• Vacuum pump (600 /min)
• Piercing Clamp
• Quick coupler
• Hoses (5m-1EA, 1m-3EA)
• LOKRING
• Portable Leakage detector (3g/year↓)
• Nitrogen cylinder (for leakage test)
• Concentration gauge
L
REFRIGERANT
(R600a)
CHARGING HOSE
COUPLE
THROTTLE
VALVE
Make sure before Servicing
FILLING OR
CHARGE TUBE
Before refilling the refrigerant, you must perform the test according
to Chapter 5 (TROUBLESHOOTING CHART). When the defects
are found, you must discharge the residual refrigerant (R600a) in
the outdoor. For discharging the refrigerant R600a, break the
narrow portion of tube extension by hand or with a pipe cutter as
shown in Figure 1. Leave it for 30min in outside to stabilize the
pressure with ambient. Then, check the pressure by piercing the
dryer part with piercing pliers. If the refrigerant is not completely
discharged, let the refrigerator alone for more 30min in outside.
SERVICE TUBE
EXTENSION
Figure 1
VALVE TO BE OPENED
WHEN REFILLING
TO THE
REFRIGERATION
SYSTEM
Air Recharging in Compressor
POINT TO BE
BROKEN
WEIGH SCALE
Figure 4
• Refrigerant
Confirm the refrigerant by checking Name Plate and the label
on the compressor, after opening the COVER ASSY,
BACK-M/C.
• If the refrigerant is R600a, you must not weld or apply a
heat source.
TO THE CHARGE
CYLINDER
VALVE TO BE CLOSED
AFTER VACUUM
TO THE VACUUM PUMP
Figure 5
Connect the charging hose (that is connected to the refrigerant
(R600a) cylinder) to the Schrader valve installed on the service
tube. Then, charge the refrigerant (R600a) by controlling the
Throttle valve. When you do so, do not fully open the Throttle valve
because it may make damage to the compressor. Gradually charge
the refrigerant (R600a) by changing open and close the Throttle
Valve (5g at each time). The charging hose must use a one-way
valve to prevent the refrigerant refluence. Close the Schrader valve
cap after the refrigerant (R600a) is completely recharged.
CHARGE TUBE
EXTENSION
SCHRADER VALVE
(ONE-WAY VALVE)
LOKRING
After you completely recharge the refrigerant (R600a), perform the
leakage test by using a portable leakage detector or soapy water.
Test the low pressure (suction) parts in compressor off time and
high pressure parts in compressor on time. If the leakages are
found, restart from the refrigerant (R600a) discharging process and
repairs defects of leaks.
Figure 2
Attach the service tube installed with a Schrader valve (one-way
valve) by using the LOKRING (Figure 2). Then, connect the
Schrader valve (one-way valve) to the pump that is connected to
the discharging hose leading to the outside. When discharging the
residual refrigerant, repeat 3 cycle that includes 3min of the pump
running->pump off->30sec of the compressor running.
After the leakage test, check the temperature of each parts of the
cycle. Check with hands if the CONDENSER and the case (HOTLINE pipe) that is contacted to the door gasket are warm. Confirm
that frost is uniform distributed on the surface of the EVAPORATOR.
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SPECIFICATIONS
1.Ref. No: GR-399
ITEMS
SPECIFICATIONS
ITEMS
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS (mm)
595(W)X626(D)X1880(H)
NET WEIGHT (kg)
74
REFRIGERATOR
Vegetable Container(2 EA)
COOLING SYSTEM
Fan Cooling
COMPARTMENT
Vegetable Container Cover(1 EA)
TEMPERATURE REFRIGERATOR
CONTROL
FREEZER
Transparent Shelf(3 EA)
Knob Dial
Chilled Container(1 EA)*
Button
Dairy Pocket Cover(1 EA)
Full Automatic
Egg Tray(2 EA)
DEFROSTING SYSTEM
DOOR POCKET
Heater Defrost
Little Pocket(5 EA)
DOOR FINISH
Pre-Coated Metal
or Vinyl Coated Metal
Bottle Pocket(1 EA)
OUT CASE
Painted Steel Sheet
FREEZER
Tray Drawer(4 EA)
INNER CASE
ABS
COMPARTMENT
Ice Tray(1 EA)
INSULATION
Polyurethane Foam
COMPRESSOR
PTC Starting Type
DEFROSTING DEVICE
Heater, Sheath & Heater, Cord-L
EVAPORATOR
Fin Tube Type
REFRIGERANT
R600a(60g)
CONDENSER
Side & Wire Condenser
LUBRICATION OIL
FREOL S10(280 cc)
* Optional Parts
2.Ref. No: GR-359
ITEMS
SPECIFICATIONS
ITEMS
SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS (mm)
595(W)X626(D)X1710(H)
NET WEIGHT (kg)
69
REFRIGERATOR
Vegetable Container(2 EA)
COOLING SYSTEM
Fan Cooling
COMPARTMENT
Vegetable Container Cover(1 EA)
TEMPERATURE REFRIGERATOR
CONTROL
FREEZER
Transparent Shelf(2 EA)
Knob Dial
Chilled Container(1 EA)*
Button
Dairy Pocket Cover(1 EA)
Full Automatic
Egg Tray(1 EA)
DEFROSTING SYSTEM
DOOR POCKET
Heater Defrost
Little Pocket(3 EA)
DOOR FINISH
Pre-Coated Metal
or Vinyl Coated Metal
Bottle Pocket(1 EA)
OUT CASE
Painted Steel Sheet
FREEZER
Tray Drawer(4 EA)
INNER CASE
ABS
COMPARTMENT
Ice Tray(1 EA)
INSULATION
Polyurethane Foam
COMPRESSOR
PTC Starting Type
DEFROSTING DEVICE
Heater, Sheath & Heater, Cord-L
EVAPORATOR
Fin Tube Type
REFRIGERANT
R600a(60g)
CONDENSER
Side & Wire Condenser
LUBRICATION OIL
FREOL S10(280 cc)
* Optional Parts
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Freezer Temperature
Control
Egg Tray(1 or 2)
Removable
Glass Shelf(2 or 3)
Rotatable
Door Basket
(3 or 5)
Lamp
Multi-air Flow Duct
Fresh Meat Keeper
(Optional)
Utility Corner
(movable)
Refrigerator
Temperature Control
Vegetable Drawer
Used to keep fruits
and vegetables, etc.
fresh and crisp.
Bottle Holder
L
2 Bottle
Door Basket
Ice Cube Tray
Freezer
Compartment
Removable
Plinth
Leveling Screw
NOTE : This is a basic model. The shape of refrigerator is subject to change.
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REPLACEMENT OF DOOR OPENING TYPE
1. PRECAUTION
2) Separating screw 10 and remove the center hinge 11
and the refrigerator door 12 . Move the position of cap 13 .
Move the position of bracket door 16 and screw 17 .
3) Move the position of upper hinge pin 14 , and cap 15 .
Assemble the refrigerator door 12 . Assemble center
hinge 11 and bolt 10 . Assemble freezer door 21 .
Assemble the lower hinge ➎, bolt ➍ and lower cover ➊.
1) Before reversing the door, first of all, you should take
out food and accessories like shelves or trays which are
not fixed in the refrigerator.
2) Use Torque Wrench or Spanner to fix or remove the bolt.
3) Don't lay the refrigerator down in working with it, it will
cause to get out of order.
4) Be careful not to drop the door in disassembling or
assembling the freezer or the refrigerator door.
14
2. HOW TO REVERSE THE DOORS
1) Seperate screw ➋ and remove lower cover ➊ and move
cap lower cover ➌. And, seperate screw ➍, lower hinge
➎, and remove pin ➏. Separating the freezer door in
21
opening, and more the position the cap ➐.
Move the position of bracket door ➑ and screw ➒.
7
6
5
4
21
15
3
8
9
1
2
12
11
12
10
13
10
11
16
17
21
5
4
1
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2
DISASSEMBLY
1 DOOR
2 DOOR SWITCH
● Freezer
1) Loosen four screws in upper part and disconnect top
cover.
2) Disconnect Lead Wire from switch.
3) Disengage hook behind the switch by pressing it with
hands.
Door
1) Loosen 2 screws and pull the Lower Cover.
2) Loosen hexagonal bolts fixing the lower hinge to the
body to remove the freezer door only.
Lower Hinge
Bolt
Figure 6
Figure 9
3) Pull out the Door Gasket to remover from the
Door Foam Assy, F.
3 REFRIGERATOR ROOM LAMP
GASKET
1) Remove the Cover Lamp, R by pulling with a '–' type
driver.
2) Remove the Lamp by turning.
Figure 7
Refrigerator Door
1) Loosen hexagonal bolts fixing the center hinge(Hinge,C)
to the body to remove the refrigerator door only.
●
Figure 10
3) After removing the lamp, you must check
the O-RING, which is made by rubber and prevent
electric spark, in the socket.
Hinge, C
Bolt
Figure 8
2) Pull out the Door Gasket to remove from the
Door Foam Assy, R.
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4 FAN AND FAN MOTOR
6 DAMPER CONTROL
1) Remove freezer drawers.
2) Remove two cap, screws and loosen two screws in Grille Fan.
3) Pull out the Grille Fan and Shroud, F.
4) Disconnect the housing of lead wire.
5) Separate the Fan Assy.
6) Losse 2 screw fixed to the Bracket.
7) Pull out Shroud, F remove the Fan Motor Assy.
8) Separate the Motor Bracket and Rubber.
1) Remove the Cover Lamp, R and loosen 2 screw.
2) Pull the Control Box, R and separate the lead wire
housing.
3) Remove the Cover Lamp, R.
4) Separate the Insulation Multi Duct and Control Box, R.
5) Disassemble the Knob.
6) Separate the Damper Control and Control Box, R.
7) Separate the Damper Control and Resistor.
8) Disconnect the lead wire.
FAN MOTOR
REFRIGERATOR ROOM LAMP
SHROUD
GUIDE FAN
FAN
GRILLE
Figure 11
Figure 13
5 DEFROST CONTROL ASSY
Defrost Control Assy consists of Thermistor and Fuse, Melting.
Thermistor functions to defrost automatically and it is attached to
metal side of the Evaporator and senses temperature.
Fuse, Melting is a kind of safety device for preventing overheating
of the Heater when defrosting.
At the temperature of 72°C, it stops the emission of heat from the
Heater.
1) Pull out the Shroud, F after removing the Grille.
2) Separate the connector connected with the Defrost Control
Assy and replace new one.
7 HEATER, SHEATH & HEATER, CORD-L
In this refrigerator, Heater, Sheath & Heater, Cord-L are
used for defrosting heater. During heating, the temperature
of heater rises about 300~350°C. Therefore, be careful not
to burn while servicing.
1) After removing the Grille and Shroud, separate the
Heater, Sheath by disconnecting the connectors.
2) Exchanged Heater, Sheath and connected the housing.
Thermister
Heater, Cord-L
Fuse, Melting
Figure 12
Heater, Sheath
Figure 14
3) If the Heater, Cord-L is defected, disconnect the
connectors, and separate the Heater, Cord-L with
Long Nose.
4) Replace and assembly the Heater, Cord-L and connect
the connectors.
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ADJUSTMENT
1 COMPRESSOR
3) PTC-Applied Circuit Diagram
to Starting Method for the Motor
● According
1) Role
The compressor intakes low temperature and low pressure
gas evaporated from Evaporator of the Refrigerator, and
condenses this gas to high temperature and high pressure
gas, and then plays delivering role to Condenser.
OVERLOAD
PROTECTOR(O.L.P)
C
2) Composition
The Compressor is Composed of Compressor Apparatus
compressing gas, Compressor Motor moving Compressor
Apparatus and Case protecting Compressor Apparatus
and Motor. There is Relay Assy (one set of PTC-Starter
and Over Load Protector (OLP)) in Compressor. On the
other hand, because the Compressor consists of
1/1000mm processing precision components and is sealed
after production in absence of dust or humidity, deal and
repair with care.
PTC
S
S
M
3
PTC STARTER
RSIR
3) Note for Usage
(1) Be careful not to allow over-voltage and over-current.
(2) No Strike
If applying forcible power or strike (dropping or careless
dealing), poor operation and noise may occur.
(3) Use proper electric components appropriate to the
Compressor.
(4) Note to Keep Compressor.
If Compressor gets wet in the rain and rust in the pin of
Hermetic Terminal, the result may be poor operation
and poor contact may cause.
(5) Be careful that dust, humidity, and flux welding don't
inflow in the Compressor inside in replacing the
Compressor. Dust, humidity, and flux due to welding
which inflows to Cylinder may cause lockage and noise.
RELAY ASSY
COMPRESSOR
MOTOR
M
M
S
HERMETIC
TERMINAL
Figure 19
4) Motor Restarting and PTC Cooling
(1) For restarting after power off during normal
Compressor Motor operation, plug the power cord after
5 min. for pressure balance of Refrigerating Cycle and
PTC cooling.
(2) During normal operation of the Compressor Motor, PTC
elements generate heat continuously. Therefore,
if PTC isn't cooled for a while after the power has been
shut off, Motor can't operate again.
5) Relation of PTC-Starter and OLP
(1) If the power is off during operation of Compressor and
the power is on before the PTC is cooled, (instant shutoff within 2 min. or reconnect a power plug due to
misconnecting), the PTC isn't cooled and a resistance
value grows. As a result, current can't flow to the subcoil and the Motor can't operate and the OLP operates
by flowing over current in only in the main-coil.
(2) While the OLP repeats on and off operation about 3-5
times, PTC is cooled and Compressor Motor performs
normal operation.
If OLP doesn't operate when PTC is not cooled,
Compressor Motor is worn away and causes circuitshort and fire. Therefore, use a properly fixed OLP
without fail.
2 PTC-STARTER
1) Composition of PTC-Starter
(1) PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) is a no-contact
semiconductor starting device which uses ceramic
material and this material consists of BaTiO3.
(2) The higher the temperature is, the higher becomes the
resistance value. These features are used as starting
device for the Motor.
2) Role of PTC-Starter
(1) PTC is attached to Hermetic Compressor used for
Refrigerator, Show Case and starts Motor.
(2) Compressor for household refrigerator applies to
single-phase induction Motor.
For normal operation of the single-phase induction
motor, in the starting operation flows in both main coil
and sub-coil. After the starting is over, the current in
subcoil is cut off. The proper features of PTC play all
the above roles. So, PTC is used as a motor starting
device.
6) Note to Use PTC-Starter
(1) Be careful not to allow over-voltage and over-current.
(2) No Strike
Don't apply a forcible power or strike.
(3) Keep apart from any liquid.
If liquid such as oil or water away enter the PTC,
PTC materials it may break due to insulation breakdown
of the material itself.
(4) Don't change PTC at your convenience.
Don't disassemble PTC and mold. If the exterior to the
PTC-starter is damaged, resistance value is altered and
it may cause poor starting of the compressor motor may
cause.
(5) Use a properly fixed PTC.
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
NOTE : 1. This is a basic diagram and specifications vary in different localities.
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TROUBLESHOOTING (Mechanical Part)
1 COMPRESSOR AND ELECTRIC COMPONENTS
1
Power
Source.
Remove the Relay Assy
from the Compressor
and measure the voltage
between Terminal C of
Compressor and
Terminals M or S of
Relay Assy
YES
(Rating Voltage
±10%)?
2
No Voltage.
5
Advise the customer
to use a regular
Trans.
Applied voltage isn't
in the range of Rating
Voltage ±10%.
2
3
Check the
resistance of
Motor
Compressor.
Check the resistance
among M-C, S-C and
M-S in Motor
Compressor.
Check the
resistance of
PTC-Starter.
Check the resistance of
two terminals in PTCStarter.
5
YES
3
NO Replace Compressor.
3
YES
4
5
4
Replace
Relay Assy
NO
5
YES
4
5
Check OLP.
Check
starting state.
Check if applying
a regular OLP.
OLP works within
30 sec. in forcible
OLP operation by
turning instant power
on and off.
Measure minimum
starting voltage after 5
min. for balancing cycle
pressure and cooling the
PTC.
Components start in
the voltage of Rating
Voltage ±10% below.
YES
NO
Replace
Relay Assy
YES
O.K.
NO
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5
1
2 RELAY ASSY (PTC AND OLP)
Check another
electric
components.
Observation value is
220V/50Hz : 22Ω±30%
115V/60Hz : 6.8Ω±30%
240V/50Hz : 33Ω±30%
127, 220V/60Hz :
22Ω±30%
Separate the Relay Assy
from Compressor and
measure the resistance
between M and S with a
Tester or Whistone Bridge.
(Figure 21)
Replace
Relay Assy.
The resistance value is 0
or serveral hundreds Ω.
The value is ∞.
Separate the Relay Assy
from the Compressor and
check the resistance value
between two terminals of
OLP with a Tester.
(Figure 22)
YES
Check another
electric components.
NO
Replace Relay Assy.
T
L
C
M
N
2
Normal operation of
Compressor is
impossible or poor.
C
S
M
Figure 21
S
Figure 22
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3
2
3 ANOTHER ELECTRIC COMPONENTS
▼ Cooling is impossible
Compressor
doesn't run.
Running state of
Compressor is poor.
Check if current flows to
the following
components.
Cause.
a. Thermistor
Poor contacting.
b. Starting devices
Shorted or broken.
c. OLP
Poor contacting
or shorted.
d. Compressor coil
Coil shorted.
e. Circuit Parts
Poor contacting
or shorted.
Replace
each component.
Check a starting
voltage.
Low voltage.
Raise the voltage.
Check if current flows
to starting devices.
Poor contacting
and broken.
Replace
each component.
Check current flowing
in sub-coil of
Compressor.
Shorted.
Check capacity of OLP.
Lack of capacity.
The items described
above are normal.
Coil of motor
Compressor.
Check current flowing
in SWITCH, DOOR.
Poor contacting.
Check current flowing in the
MOTOR[MECH], FAN.
Coil is shorted.
Replace
the compressor.
▼ Cooling ability is poor
Fan motor
doesn't run.
Much frost are sticked
to the EVAPORATOR.
Replace
each component.
Check current flowing
of the following
components.
• THERMISTOR
• FUSE, MELTING
Shorted.
Check current flowing
of the following
components.
• HEATER, SHEATH
• HEATER, CORD-L
Defect on
Heater, Cord-L
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Replace
each component.
Replace
the Heater, Sheath
Replace
the Heater, Cord-L
4 SERVICE DIAGNOSIS CHART
COMPLAINT
POINTS TO BE CHECKED
Cooling is
impossible.
• Is the power cord unplugged from the outlet?
• Check if the power switch is set to OFF.
• Check if the fuse of power switch is shorted.
• Measure the voltage of power outlet.
• Plug to the outlet.
• Set the switch to ON.
• Replace a regular fuse.
• If voltage is low, wire newly.
Cooling ability
is poor.
• Check if the set is placed close to wall.
• Check if the set is placed close to stove, gas
• cooker and direct rays.
• Is the ambient temperature high or
• the room door closed?
• Check if put in is hot.
• Did you open the door of the set too often
• or check if the door is closed up?
• Check if the Damper Control is set to "cold-position".
• Place the set with the space of about 10cm.
• Place the set apart from these heat
• appliances.
• Make the ambient temperature below.
• Put in foods after cooled down.
• Don't open the door too often and close
• it firmly.
• Set the control to mid-position.
Foods in the
Refrigerator
are frozen.
• Is foods placed in cooling air outlet?
• Check if the control is set to "cold-position".
• Is the ambient temperature below 5°C?
• Place foods in high temperature section.
• (Front Part)
• Set the control to "mid-position".
• Set the control to "warm-position".
Dew or ice
forms in the
chamber of
the set.
• Is liquid food stored?
• Check if put in is hot.
• Did you open the door of the set too
• often or check if the door is closed up.
• Seal up liquid foods with wrap.
• Put in foods after cooled down.
• Don't open the door too often and close
• it firmly.
Dew forms
in the Exterior Case.
• Check if ambient temperature and humidity
of surroumcling air are high.
• Is there gap in the door packed?
• Wipe dew with a dry cloth. This occurrence
• is solved naturally in low temperature and humidity.
• Fill up the gap.
Abnormal
noise generates.
• Are the set positioned in a firm and even place?
• Adjust the Adjust Screw, and position
• in the firm place.
• Remove the objects.
• Are any unnecessary objects set
• in the back side of the set?
• Check if the Tray Drip is not firmly fixed.
• Check if the cover of mechanical room
• in below and front side is taken out.
To close the door
is not handy.
• Check if the door packing is dirty
• with filth such as juice.
• Is the set positioned in a firm and even place?
• Is too much food putted in the set?
Ice and foods
smell unpleasant.
●
REMEDY
• Check if the inside of the set is dirty.
• Did you keep smelly foods without wrapping?
• It smells of plastic.
• Fix it firmly on the original position.
• Place the cover at the original position.
• Clean the door packing.
• Position in the firm place and adjust the
• Adjust Screw.
• Keep foods not to reach the door.
• Clean the inside of the set.
• Wrap smelly foods.
• The new products smells of plastic, but it is
• eliminated after 1-2 weeks.
In addition to the items described left, refer to the followings to solve the complaint.
Check if dew forms in
the Freezer.
Defrosting
is poor.
Replace the
Components of
defrosting circuit.
Check Refrigerating
Cycle.
The cycle
is faulty.
Repair the cycle.
Check the
Damper Control
The operation of
the Damper
Control is poor.
Replace the
Damper Control
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5 REFRIGERATING CYCLE
▼ Troubleshooting Chart
STATE OF
THE SET
CAUSE
STATE OF THE
EVAPORATOR
TEMPERATURE
OF THE
COMPRESSOR
REMARKS
Freezer room and
Refrigerator
don't cool
normally.
Low flowing sound of
Refrigerant is heard and
frost forms in inlet only
A little high
more than
ambient
temperature.
• A little Refrigerant
• discharges.
• Normal cooling is possible
• when injecting of Refrigerant
• the regular amount.
WHOLE
LEAKAGE
Freezer room and
Refrigerator
don't cool
normally.
Flowing sound of Refrigerant
is not heard and frost isn't
formed.
Equal to ambient
temperature.
• No discharging of Refrigerant.
• Normal cooling is possible
• when injecting of Refrigerant
• the regular amount.
PARTIAL
CLOG
Freeze room and
Refrigerator
don't cool
normally.
Flowing sound of Refrigerant
is heard and frost forms
in inlet only.
A little high
more than
ambient
temperature.
• Normal discharging of
• refrigerant.
• The capillary tube is faulty.
WHOLE
CLOG
Freezer room and
Refrigerator
don't cool.
Flowing sound of Refrigerant
is not heard and frost isn't
formed.
Equal to ambient
temperature.
• Normal discharging of
• Refrigerant.
MOISTURE
CLOG
Cooling operation
stops periodically.
Flowing sound of Refrigerant
is not heard and frost melts.
Low than
ambient
temperature
• Cooling operation restarts
• when heating the inlet of
• capillary tube.
COMPRESSION
Freezer and
Refrigerator
don't cool.
Low flowing sound of
Refrigerant is heard and
frost forms in inlet only.
A little high
than ambient
temperature.
• The pressure of high
• pressure part in
• compressor is low.
NO COMPRESSION
No compressing
operation.
Flowing sound of Refrigerant
is not heard and no frost.
Equal to ambient
temperature.
• No pressure of high pressure
• part in the compressor.
LEAKAGE
PARTIAL
LEAKAGE
CLOGGED BY DUST
DEFECTIVE
COMPRESSION
▼ Leakage Detection
● Observe
discharging point of refrigerant which may be in the oil discharging part in the compressor and hole of evaporator.
Whether Compressor
runs or not.
YES
Whether frost
forms or not in
Evaporator.
Frost formed normally
No frost
or forms
in inlet only
Whether oil
leaks or not.
Observe the discharged
amount of Refrigerant.
Normal amount
No or much amount
Moisture Clog.
Faulty
Compressor.
Check Compressor
YES
Inject Refrigerant to Compressor
and check cooling operation.
Clogged by dust.
Gas leakage.
Frost formed normally
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(Check the leakage point)
▼ General Control of Refrigerating Cycle
NO.
ITEMS
CONTENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS
WELDING
ROD
(1) H 30
(1) • Chemical Ingredients
(1) • Ag: 30%, Cu: 27%, Zn: 23%, Cd: 20%
(1) • Brazing Temperature: 710~840°C
(2) Bcup-2
(1) • Chemical Ingredients
(1) • Cu: About 93%
(1) • P: 6.8~7.5%
(1) • The rest: within 0.2%
(1) • Brazing Temperature: 735~840°C
FLUX
(1) • Ingredients and how to make
(1) ••Borax 30%
(1) ••Borax 35%
(1) • Fluoridation kalium: 35%
(1) • Water: 4%
(1) • Mix the above ingredients and boil until
(1) • they are transformed into liquid.
• Make amount for only day.
(1)
• Holding period: 1 day
• Close the cover of container to prevent dust
• putting in the FLUX.
• Keep it in a stainless steel container.
LOKRING
(Figure 23,24)
(1) Both of the tube is inserted up to the stop.
(2) Both of the LOKRING is pushed up to the stop
(3) The bending point is not too close to the
joint ending.
(4) During the assembly it is important that
both ends remain completely within the
joint.
• For a hermetically sealed metal/metal
connection, the tube ends have to be clean.
• LOKPREP is distributed all of out-surface of
• the tube ends.
DRIER
ASM
(1) Assemble the drier within 30min.
(1) after unpacking.
(2) Keep the unpacked drier at the temperature
of 80~100°C.
• Don't keep the drier in a outdoors because
• humidity damages to it.
VACUUM
(1) When measuring with pirant Vacuum
(1 )gauge the charging M/C, vacuum
(1 )degree is within 1 Torr.
(2) If the vacuum degree of the cycle inside is
(2) 10 Torr. below for low pressure and 20 Torr.
(2) for high pressure, it says no vacuum
(2) leakage state.
(3) Vacuum degree of vacuum pump must be
(3) 0.05 Torr. below after 5 min.
(4) Vacuum degree must be same to the
value described item (2) above for more than
20 min.
• Apply M/C Vacuum Gauge without fail.
• Perform vacuum operation until a proper
• vacuum degree is built up.
• If a proper vacuum degree isn't built up,•
• check the leakage from
• the Cycle Pipe line part and
• Quick Coupler Connecting part.
DRY AND
AIR
NITROGEN
GAS
(1) The pressure of dry air must be more
han 12~16kg/cm2
(2) Temperature must be more than
-20~-70°C.
(3) Keep the pressure at 12~6kg/cm2 also
when substituting dry air for Nitrogen Gas.
NIPPLE
AND
COUPLER
(1) Check if gas leaks with soapy water.
(2) Replace Quick Coupler in case of leakage.
PIPE
(1)• Put all Joint Pipes in a clean box and
(1)• cover tightly with the lid so that dust or
(1)• humidity is not inserted.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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REMARKS
• Recommend H34 containing 34% Ag in the
• Service Center.
• Check if gas leaks from joint of the
• Coupler.
TUBE
LOKRING
LOKRING
Figure 23. LOKRING
ASSEMBLY JAWS
BOLT
TOOL
Figure 24. LOKRING TOOL
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JOINT
MICOM FUNCTION & PCB CIRCUIT EXPLANATION
This description is made for GR-349, 389SQ. Please refer to overall PCB circuits for other models.
1 FUNCTION EXPOSITION
1) FUNCTION
(1) The refrigerator starts from optimum condition when electric power is first on. But the operation condition changes "Mid"
➝ "Mid/Max" ➝ "Max" ➝ "Min" ➝ "Min/Mid" ➝ "Mid" whenever pressing the FREEZE TEMP button.
(2) It returns to "Mid" conditions if power off and on again.
VACATION
FREEZE TEMP
QUICK FREEZE
NOTCH
Min
Min/
Mid
Mid
Mid/
Max
Max
TEMP(˚C)
-15
-16.5
-18
-19.5
-22
ROOM
FREEZER
2) QUICK FREEZER
(1) Function to raise the freezing speed by operating the COMP successively. As pressing the QUICK FREEZE button, the
QUICK FREEZE LED is displayed. Then after 3 hours' successive operation of COMP, the QUICK FREEZING function
will be released.
(2) Defrosting During the QUICK FREEZING operates as follow.
When the QUICK FREEZING time is below 90 minutes, defrost and then operate the QUICK FREEZING for the
remaining time. When the QUICK FREEZING time is over 90 minutes, defrost and then operate the QUICK FREEZING
for 2 hours
(3) If QUICK FREEZE button is pressed during defrosting, the QUICK FREEZE LED is lit up. But the QUICK FREEZING
operates for 3 hours after 7 minutes from the end of defrosting.
(4) If VACATION button is pressed during the QUICK FREEZING, the QUICK FREEZING LED function is released.
(5) If power off during the QUICK FREEZING and power on again, the QUICK FREEZING function is released.
3) VACATION FUNCTION
(1) Function for Energy Saving. As pressing the VACATION button, the VACATION LED is displayed and this function is
operated.
(2) Freezer Compartment is not kept by compressor at the notch displayed but at -13°C± differential.
(3) Defrosting and Fan control is same as normal operation.
(4) If QUICK FREEZE button is pressed during the VACATION FUNCTION, VACATION FUNCTION is released.
(5) If power off during the VACATION FUNCTION and power on again, the VACATION FUNCTION is released.
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4) DOOR OPENING ALARM
(1) When the REFRIGERATOR DOOR is opened and won't be closed after 1 minute from the its opened, BUZZER sounds
to notify it.
(2) At frist, BUZZER sounds three times at each intervals of 0.5 second. Then makes a 0.5 second ON/OFF alarm three
times at intervals of 30 seconds.
(3) If the REFRIGERATOR door closed during ALARM, it is released.
REFRIGERATOR
DOOR
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
three
times
three
times
three
times
BUZZER
within
1 minute
1 minute
30
seconds
30
seconds
5) DISPLAY BUTTON RING
(1) If display function button(FREEZE TEMP, QUICK FREEZE, VACATION) of the front of the TOP COVER is pushed,
BUZZER rings with "DING~ DONG~"(See the BUZZER OPERATION CHECK)
6) DEFROSTING
(1) If the accumulated time for the operation of the COMPRESSOR is meet with 7 hours, the DEFROSTING HEATER is
started.
(2) The first defrosting is performed at 4 hours(compressor ON) later since the power is on.
(3) If DEFROST SENSOR is over 7°C during DEFROSTING, end the operation of DEFROSTING with DEFROSTING
HEATER paused, And after 7 minutes, the operation for the freezing is started.
But, if DEFROST SENSOR is not reach to 7°C after 2 hours' operation of the defrosting heater, it represents a defrosting
trouble.(See the TROUBLE REPRESENTING FUNCTION)
(4) If DEFROST SENSOR is short or open, defrosting is not performed.
7) ORDERLY OPERATION OF ELECTRIC PARTS
To avoid NOISE and DAMAGE, the items containing an electric parts such as COMP, DEFROSTING HEATER and FAN
MOTOR operate in order as follows.
OPERATION STATE
WHEN PLUGGED AT FIRST
WHEN DEFROST SENSOR
TEMPERATURE IS OVER
7°C. (WHEN PURCHASING
OR MOVING)
WHEN DEFROST SENSOR
TEMPERATURE IS BELOW
7°C. (WHEN POWER
FAILURE OR SERVICING)
WHEN RETURNING TO NORMAL
STATE FROM TEST MODE
OPERATION ORDER
POWER after 0.5 sec.
ON
POWER
ON
after 0.5 sec.
after 0.5 sec.
COMP
ON
COMP
ON
FAN
ON
DEFROSTING after 10 sec. DEFROSTING
HEATER ON
HEATER ON
after 0.5 sec.
All Elec. Parts after 7 min . COMP
OFF
ON
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after 0.5 sec.
after 0.5 sec.
FAN
ON
FAN
ON
8) SELF-TEST
(1) Function to make service easy in case of occuring a trouble in the product.
(2) When occurring a trouble, if the button is pushed, but the function could not operate.
(3) If a toruble release during the representation of trouble, a refrigerator performs the normal function(RESET).
(4) To represent a ERROR CODE, it use FREEZE TEMP LEDs on TOP COVER. If ERROR occurs, the other LEDs except
ERROR CODE LEDs are all off.
VACATION
FREEZE TEMP
QUICK FREEZE
F1 F2 F3 F4
ERROR CODE LEDs
:ON
O : OPERATE NORMAL
NO.
ITEMS
ERROR CODE LEDs
F1 F2 F3 F4
:OFF
OPERATION IN TROUBLE'S OCCURRING
DESCRIPTION
COMP
FAN
DEFROST HEATER
1
FREEZER
SENSOR abnormal
FREEZER SENSOR open 15 minutes On/
15 minutes Off
or short.
O
O
2
DEFROST
SENSOR abnormal
DEFROST SENSOR open
or short.
O
O
No defrosting
3
DEFROSTING
FUNCTION
is abnormal
DEFROST HEATER,
TEMP. FUSE open or
disconnection (Displayed
after at least 4 hours
from the trouble's
occurring.)
O
O
O
Room Temperature
SENSOR open or short
O
O
O
4
RT-SENSOR
abnormal
NOTE 1)
* NOTE 1) If one second pass after pressing the QUICK FREEZE and FREEZE TEMP buttons togather in normal operation,
operates as follow.
RT-SENSOR
If normal, LEDs on the TOP COVER is all on.
If abnormal, LEDs are all on except VACATION LED.
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9) FUNCTION TEST
(1) Function to check the testing function of PCB and refrigerator and to find where the trouble.
(2) The test switch is on the MAIN PCB of refrigerator.
TEST FUNCTION is released and RESET after MAX. 2hours regardless of TEST MODE.
(3) If the buttons on TOP COVER is pushed during TEST MODE, Function is not operated and only BUZZER ring with
"DING~ DONG~"
(4) After the end of TEST MODE, pull out the power cord and plug it in again(RESET).
(5) If a ERROR occurs during the TEST MODE, TEST FUNCTION is released and DISPLAY LEDs represent ERROR
CODE.
(6) If the TEST swithch is pushed during ERROR CODE, TEST FUNCTION is not operated.
MODE
OPERATION
CONTENTS
REMARKS
TEST 1
Press TEST button
once.
1. COMP OPERATES SUCCESSIVELY.
2. FAN OPERATES SUCCESSIVELY.
3. DEFROSTING HEATER OFF
4. ALL DISPLAY LEDS ON.
TEST 2
Press TEST button
once in the state of
TEST MODE 1.
1. COMP OFF.
2. FAN OFF.
3. DEFROST HEATER ON.
4. ALL THE DISPLAY LEDS OFF EXCEPT
QUICK FREEZE AND VACATION LEDS.
If DEFROST HEATER
is over 7°C, it returns
to the NORMAL STATE.
NORMAL
STATE
Press TEST button
once in the state of
TEST MODE 2.
Return to the initial condition.
(RESET)
Comp starts
after 7 minutes.
• LED Check Function : Press the QUICK FREEZE and FREEZE TEMP buttons at the same time. After 1 sec., all the
LEDs of the DISPLAY are ON simultaneously. If release the BUTTON, return to the previous
condition.
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2 FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
1) ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
TRANS secondary side is composed of electric power circuits for RELAY driving electricity (12Vdc) and for supplying
electricity to MICOM and IC (5Vdc). The voltage in each part is as follows.
PARTS
both ends of VA1
both ends of CM1
both ends of CM2
both ends of CE2
both ends of CC2
VOLTAGE
230Vac
14Vac
17Vdc
12Vdc
5Vdc
VA1 is the part to protect over voltage and noise. When more than 385V is applied, the thermal-fuse(130°C cut-off, local
option) in a first part of TRANS is cut so that the elements in the secondary side of TRANS are protected.
2) OSCILLATION CIRCUIT
CIRCUIT for occurring CLOCK which motivates the internal local element of IC1 to transmit and receive an information and
BASIC TIME for calculating time. Use a proper form for OSC 1. Because in case that SPECIFICATION is changed, the
calculated time in IC1 is changed or IC1 isn't able to operate.
3) RESET CIRCUIT
All the internal parts of MICOM(IC1) return to the initial condition when the early power ON or apply power again in MICOM
after temporary power failure. As a result, all the functions operate according to the early condition. At the early period of
power ON the "LOW" voltage is applied in the RESET terminal of MICOM for the fixed time. The RESET terminal is 5V
during the general operation.
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4) LOAD/BUZZER OPERATION, DOOR OPENING SENSING CIRCUIT
(1) LOAD OPERATION CHECK
KIND OF LOAD
COMP,
FAN MOTOR
DEFROSTING HEATER
No.12
No.13
COMP COOLING FAN
MEASURING POINT (IC4)
STATE
No.11
ON
below 1V
OFF
12V
• If the DOOR-R is opened during FAN MOTOR is operated, FAN MOTOR is stopped immediately.
• The A , B of DOOR S/W-R is connected DOOR OPEN DETECTION CIRCUIT as follow.
• If the DOOR-R is opened or closed, then the DOOR S/W-R is ON/OFF, and the LAMP-R is ON/OFF,
and at the same time, S/W of the A , B of DOOR S/W-R for detection of DOOR-R open is ON/OFF.
(2) DOOR OPENING PERCEPTION CHECK
*NOTICE: If you would change DOOR S/W-R, must use the componenot of right PART NUMBER. Because there is a similar
type DOOR S/W-R of NOT MICOM MODEL, it's logic of the A , B of DOOR S/W-R is reversed.
MEASURING POINT
NO.13 OF IC 1 (MICOM)
REFRIGERATOR DOOR
CLOSE
5V(S/W of A , B is OFF state)
OPEN
0V(S/W of A , B is ON state)
• Even though LAMP-R is operated a normal ON/OFF according to DOOR S/W-R, but the MICOM couldn't detect a
DOOR-R opened or closed of lead wire of the A , B is abnormal or S/W of the A , B of DOOR S/W-R is abnormal.
• When DOOR-R open isn't detected : Even though DOOR-R is opened, FAN MOTOR couldn't stop.
When DOOR-R close isn't detected : Even though DOOR-R is closed, BUZZER sounds a DOOR OPEN ALARM.
check a lead wire of the A , B and DOOR S/W-R.
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(3)BUZZER OPERATION CHECK
CONDITIONS
DISPLAY FUNCTION BUTTON RING
(DING~ DONG~)
MEASURING
POINT
0.05s
IC1 (No.23 Pin)
IC1 (No.22 Pin)
0.2s
0.1s
DOOR OPEN ALARM
(SCREECHING)
1s
0.5s
5V
5V
0V
0V
5V
5V
0V
0.5s
ov
ov
0V
2.66khz (DING~)
2.232khz (DONG~)
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OFF
3.1khz
OFF
5) TEMP SENSOR CIRCUITS
A
B
C
The above circuit reads the surrounding temperature, DEFROSTING temperature and FREEZER ROOM temperature into
MICOM(IC1). OPEN or SHORT state of each SENSOR is as follows.
SENSOR
CHECK POINT
ROOM TEMPERATURE
SENSOR
POINT A Voltage
DEFROST SENSOR
POINT B Voltage
FREEZER SENSOR
POINT C Voltage
NORMAL (-30°C~50°C)
0.5V ~ 4.5V
6) SWITCH INPUT CIRCUIT
The following circuit is a test switch input circuit for checking the refrigerator.
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SHORT
OPEN
0V
5V
7) TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION
FREEZER ROOM
RESISTANCE VALUES(R1)
TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION
REMARKS
180 kΩ
+ 5.0°C
COMPENSATE WARMLY
56 kΩ
+4.0°C
33 kΩ
+3.0°C
18 kΩ
+2.0°C
12 kΩ
+1.0°C
10 kΩ
0°C
8.2 kΩ
-1.0°C
5.6 kΩ
-2.0°C
3.3 kΩ
-3.0°C
2 kΩ
-4.0°C
470 Ω
-5.0°C
STANDARD
COMPENSATE COOLLY
• TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION TABLE by adjusting resistance values. (the temp difference compared to the present
temp.)
eg) If the compensation resistance of freezer compartment is changed from 10K (present resistance) to 18K (revised
resistance), the temp of freezer compartment goes up by +2°C.
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• TEMPERATURE COMPENSATION OF FREEZER ROOM
Revised resistance
470Ω
2kΩ
3.3kΩ
5.6kΩ
8.2kΩ
10kΩ
12kΩ
18kΩ
33kΩ
56kΩ
180kΩ
470Ω
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
5°C↑
6°C↑
7°C↑
8°C↑
9°C↑
10°C↑
2kΩ
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
5°C↑
6°C↑
7°C↑
8°C↑
9°C↑
3.3kΩ
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
5°C↑
6°C↑
7°C↑
8°C↑
5.6kΩ
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
5°C↑
6°C↑
7°C↑
8.2kΩ
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
1°C↑
COMPENSATE
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
5°C↑
6°C↑
10kΩ
5°C↓
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
5°C↑
12kΩ
6°C↓
5°C↓
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
4°C↑
18kΩ
7°C↓
6°C↓
5°C↓
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
3°C↑
33kΩ
8°C↓
7°C↓
6°C↓
5°C↓
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
2°C↑
56kΩ
9°C↓
8°C↓
7°C↓
6°C↓
5°C↓
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
1°C↑
180kΩ
10C↓
9°C↓
8°C↓
7°C↓
6°C↓
5°C↓
4°C↓
3°C↓
2°C↓
1°C↓
NOT
COMPENSATE
Present resistance
FREEZER
ROOM
(R1)
• This circuit is aimed to input the necessary temperature compensation values into the MICOM in order to adjust the freezer
temperature which is different in each model.
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8) LIGHTING CIRCUITS OF KEY BUTTON INPUT AND DISPLAY PARTS
The above circuit is to judge the operation conditions of function key and to light each function indicating LED. It is operated
by SCAN method.
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3. SENSOR RESISTANCE CHARACTERISTICS TABLE
MEASURED TEMPERATURE
RESISTANCE OF FREEZER SENSOR
RESISTANCE OF DEFROST SENSOR, ROOM TEMPERATURE SENSOR
-20°C
22.3kΩ
77kΩ
-15°C
16.9kΩ
60kΩ
-10°C
13.0kΩ
47.3kΩ
-5°C
10.1kΩ
38.4kΩ
0°C
7.8kΩ
30kΩ
+5°C
6.2kΩ
24.1kΩ
+10°C
4.9kΩ
19.5kΩ
+15°C
3.9kΩ
15.9kΩ
+20°C
3.1kΩ
13kΩ
+25°C
2.5kΩ
11kΩ
+30°C
2.0kΩ
8.9kΩ
+40°C
1.4kΩ
6.2kΩ
+50°C
0.8kΩ
4.3kΩ
• The tolerance of sensor resistance is ±5%.
• Be sure to measure the sensor resistance after keeping the sensor more than 3 minutes at a measuring temperature.
(It needs delay due to sensor speed.)
• Measure the resistances of SENSORs with a digital tester after disconnecting CON 3 of MAIN PWB ASSY.
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4. MAIN PWB ASS'Y AND PARTS LIST
1) MAIN PWB ASS'Y
CE5
CC2
CC1
TEST
+
+
CE2
+
CE1
D5
TRANS
R21
CC9 OP1
CC5 OP2
OSC1
IC4
R20
IC6
R8
IC2
J01
CM1
R17
R9
IC3
+
+
IC1
Q4
CE6
RF2
J03
R10
Q5
R1
D7
J11
R7
RF1
D6
D8
J02
CM2
R3
CC7
R18
R16
R4
CC8
R15
J08
BUZZER
J07
J04
J06
CC4
J05
CC10
R6
CC3
+
Q8
Q7
Q6
Q3
Q2
6871JB1037
CE3
D1 D2 D3 D4
Q1
CE7
L
COMP
FAN
STICKER
1
RT
CON1
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CON3
R-DOOR
F
R13
R12
1
9
6
D10
R11
R19
HEATER1 HEATER2
D
CON2
DIP
D9
VA1
R14
J10
RY3
RF3
RY2
RY1
CC6
J09
2) REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
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3) PWB ASS'Y, DISPLAY AND PARTS LIST
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5. PWB circuit drawing- The PWB circuit drawing may change without notice.
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- 34 -
EXPLODED VIEW & REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
1.Ref. No : GR-399
• •The parts of refrigerator and the shape of each part are subject to change in different localities.
102A
103B
407B
114A
103A
503B
281B
102B
120H
109C
281F
120E
406B
120B
501A
409B
120D
RING
120C
120A
405C
304A
282B
404A
401A
604F
329A
301A
5300AJ
330B
610E
109A
105A
108A
411A
407A
283B
318A
104C
104A
310A 4860
317A
307A
332A
106B
6921
104C
314A
329C
420A
327A
328A
106B
109B
104A
323B
315C
315B
312A
103C
319A
319C
315A
315C
315B
- 35 -
405A
230A
233A
136E
231A
235A
136E
241A
136E
OPTIONAL
136F
249B
241A
249C
145C
249A
140A
237A
155A
210A
241C
151A
200A
151B
125A
203A
201A
136A
281D
136B
136C
136D
210A
- 36 -
2.Ref. No : GR-359
102A
103B
407B
114A
103A
503B
281B
102B
120H
109C
281F
120E
406B
120B
501A
120D
409B
RING
120C
120A
405C
304A
282B
301A
105A
108A
411A
407A
283B
104C
104A
310A 4860
106B
6921
307A
104C
314A
329C
420A
327A
328A
106B
109B
104A
323B
315C
315B
103C
312A
319A
319C
329A
5300AJ
332A
109A
317A
405A
330B
610E
318A
404A
401A
604F
315A
315C
315B
- 37 -
230A
233A
136E
231A
235A
136E
241A
249B
OPTIONAL
241A
249C
136F
145C
140A
249A
237A
155A
210A
241C
151A
151B
200A
203A
201A
281D
125A
136A
136B
136C
210A
136D
- 38 -
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Pearl Inox
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-359SNQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-359SNQ.CPIQLGD
Description
SPEC
R
102A
3123JQ2005U
TOP COVER ASSEMBLY
R
102B
3122JD1004L
TOP COVER,FRONT
R
103A
3650JQ2021W HANDLE,BACK
R
103B
3650JQ2021X
R
103C
3550JQ0002D COVER,LOWER
R
104A
4981JQ3001A
SUPPORTER ASSEMBLY,LEG
R
104C
4980JQ3033A
SUPPORTER,LEG
R
105A
5251JQ3002A
DRAIN ASSEMBLY,PIPE-Z
R
106B
4779JQ3002A
LEG ASSEMBLY,ADJUST
R
109A
5006JQ3032A
CAP,COVER
R
109B
5006JQ3038D CAP,COVER
R
109C
5006JQ3039D CAP,COVER
R
114A
5020JD1004D BUTTON,LINK
R
120A
4995JQ1005H CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,R
R
120B
4994JS1002D
CONTROL BOX,R
R
120C
4940JQ3003A
KNOB,DAMPER
R
120D
3550JQ3009B
COVER,LAMP
R
120E
5209JQ1005B
DUCT ASSEMBLY,INSULATION
R
120H
3550JA2082A
COVER,LED
R
125A
3390JQ2001A
TRAY,ICE
R
136A
3391JQ2011A
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136B
3391JQ2012A
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136C
3391JQ2012B
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136D
3391JQ2012C
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136E
5027JQ2006A
SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
136F
5027JQ2007A
SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
140A
3390JS1013A
TRAY,MEAT
R
145C
4974JA2040A
GUIDE,RAIL
R
151A
3391JA2015B
TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
151B
3391JA2015A
TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
155A
3551JQ2013A
COVER ASSEMBLY,T/V
R
201A
5433JQ2003L
DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,F
R
203A
4987JQ1012A
GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B
BRACKET,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B
BRACKET,DOOR
R
231A
5433JQ0009G DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,R
R
233A
4987JQ1012C
GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
235A
3390JQ2006A
TRAY,EGG
R
237A
4974JA2020A
GUIDE,BOTTLE
R
241A
5004JD1098A
BASKET,DOOR
R
241C
5004JD1099A
BASKET,DOOR
R
249A
5075JQ2002A
BANK ASSEMBLY,DAIRY
R
249B
3550JA1087A
COVER,TRAY
R
249C
5074JD1006A
BANK,DAIRY
R
281B
4775JQ3002A
HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
281D
5006JQ3012K
CAP,HINGE
R
281F
4775JQ3002B
HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
282B
4775JQ2026A
HINGE ASSEMBLY,C
R
283B
4775JQ2027A
HINGE ASSEMBLY,L
R
301A
5421JQ0023A
EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY
R
304A
3550JQ0001A
COVER,BACK-M/C
R
307A
2521JA1002A
COMPRESSOR,ASSEMBLY
DC110E10RAW5
R
310A
3550JA2149A
COVER,P.T.C
NORYL SE-1J DC110 MATSUSHITA
R
312A
5040JA3071A
RUBBER,SEAT
HANDLE,BACK
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Pearl Inox
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-359SNQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-359SNQ.CPIQLGD
Description
SPEC
R
314A
4J03277A
STOPPER,COMP
R
315A
3103JQ1006B
COMP BASE ASSEMBLY,STD
R
315B
4580JQ3001A
ROLLER
R
315C
1PZZJQ3017A PIN,DRAWING
R
317A
5851JQ2001B
DRIER ASSEMBLY
R
318A
4930JQ3020A
HOLDER,DRIER
R
319A
3390JA0018A
TRAY,DRIP
R
319C
4974JQ1006A
GUIDE,FAN
R
323B
5403JQ1026A
CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,WIRE
R
327A
5040JQ3006A
RUBBER,DAMPING
R
328A
5040JQ3023A
RUBBER,DAMPING
R
329A
5901JQ1003A
FAN ASSEMBLY
R
329C
5901JQ1004A
FAN ASSEMBLY
R
330B
4999JQ2001A
SHROUD ASSEMBLY,F
R
332A
3531JQ2001A
GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FAN
R
404A
4680JR1009F
MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
405A
4810JQ3021A
BRACKET,MOTOR
R
405C
5040JQ3003A
RUBBER,MOTOR-N
R
406B
6600JR1002C
SWITCH,[PUSH]
PS102 PARK ELEC 125-250VAC 0.5A
R
407A
5300JR1009B
HEATER,SHEATH
240V 170W
R
407B
0CZZJB2003B CAPACITOR,DRAWING
R
409B
6912JR2001P
LAMP,[VACUUM]
R
411A
6411JR1003L
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
R
420A
4680JR1008C
MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
4860
4860JA3003A
CLAMP
R
501A
6871JR1022J
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN
R
503B
6871JR3001B
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY
R
604F
3550JQ2046A
COVER,DUCT
R
610E
3550JQ2025A
COVER,SENSOR
R
6921
6921JA2001A
RELAY ASSEMBLY
240V 20W
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Euro White
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-359SQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-359SQ.CEWQLGD
Description
SPEC
R
102A
3123JQ2005T TOP COVER ASSEMBLY
R
102B
3122JD1004J
R
103A
3650JQ2021A HANDLE,BACK
R
103B
3650JQ2021B HANDLE,BACK
R
103C
3550JQ0002A COVER,LOWER
R
104A
4981JQ3001A SUPPORTER ASSEMBLY,LEG
R
104C
4980JQ3033A SUPPORTER,LEG
R
105A
5251JQ3002A DRAIN ASSEMBLY,PIPE-Z
R
106B
4779JQ3002A LEG ASSEMBLY,ADJUST
R
109A
5006JQ3032A CAP,COVER
R
109B
5006JQ3038A CAP,COVER
R
109C
5006JQ3039A CAP,COVER
R
114A
5020JS1001A BUTTON,LINK
R
120A
4995JQ1005H CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,R
R
120B
4994JS1002D CONTROL BOX,R
R
120C
4940JQ3003A KNOB,DAMPER
R
120D
3550JQ3009B COVER,LAMP
R
120E
5209JQ1005B DUCT ASSEMBLY,INSULATION
R
120H
3550JA2082A COVER,LED
R
125A
3390JQ2001A TRAY,ICE
R
136A
3391JQ2011A TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136B
3391JQ2012A TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136C
3391JQ2012B TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136D
3391JQ2012C TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136E
5027JQ2006A SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
136F
5027JQ2007A SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
140A
3390JS1013A TRAY,MEAT
R
145C
4974JA2040A GUIDE,RAIL
R
151A
3391JA2015B TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
151B
3391JA2015A TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
155A
3551JQ2013A COVER ASSEMBLY,T/V
R
201A
5433JQ2003N DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,F
R
203A
4987JQ1012A GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B BRACKET,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B BRACKET,DOOR
R
231A
5433JQ0009H DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,R
R
233A
4987JQ1012C GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
235A
3390JQ2006A TRAY,EGG
R
237A
4974JA2020A GUIDE,BOTTLE
R
241A
5004JD1098A BASKET,DOOR
R
241C
5004JD1099A BASKET,DOOR
R
249A
5075JQ2002A BANK ASSEMBLY,DAIRY
R
249B
3550JA1087A COVER,TRAY
R
249C
5074JD1006A BANK,DAIRY
R
281B
4775JQ3002A HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
281D
5006JQ3012D CAP,HINGE
R
281F
4775JQ3002B HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
282B
4775JQ2026A HINGE ASSEMBLY,C
R
283B
4775JQ2027A HINGE ASSEMBLY,L
R
301A
5421JQ0023A EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY
R
304A
3550JQ0001A COVER,BACK-M/C
R
307A
2521JA1002A COMPRESSOR,ASSEMBLY
DC110E10RAW5
R
310A
3550JA2149A COVER,P.T.C
NORYL SE-1J DC110 MATSUSHITA
R
312A
5040JA3071A RUBBER,SEAT
TOP COVER,FRONT
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Euro White
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-359SQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-359SQ.CEWQLGD
Description
R
314A
4J03277A
R
315A
3103JQ1006B COMP BASE ASSEMBLY,STD
R
315B
4580JQ3001A ROLLER
R
315C
1PZZJQ3017A PIN,DRAWING
R
317A
5851JQ2001B DRIER ASSEMBLY
R
318A
4930JQ3020A HOLDER,DRIER
R
319A
3390JA0018A TRAY,DRIP
R
319C
4974JQ1006A GUIDE,FAN
R
323B
5403JQ1026A CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,WIRE
R
327A
5040JQ3006A RUBBER,DAMPING
R
328A
5040JQ3023A RUBBER,DAMPING
R
329A
5901JQ1003A FAN ASSEMBLY
R
329C
5901JQ1004A FAN ASSEMBLY
R
330B
4999JQ2001A SHROUD ASSEMBLY,F
R
332A
3531JQ2001A GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FAN
R
404A
4680JR1009F
R
405A
4810JQ3021A BRACKET,MOTOR
R
405C
5040JQ3003A RUBBER,MOTOR-N
R
406B
6600JR1002A SWITCH,[PUSH]
R
407A
5300JR1009B HEATER,SHEATH
R
407B
0CZZJB2003B CAPACITOR,DRAWING
R
409B
6912JR2001P LAMP,[VACUUM]
R
411A
6411JR1003L
R
420A
4680JR1008C MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
4860
4860JA3003A CLAMP
R
501A
6871JR1022J
R
503B
6871JR3001B PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY
R
604F
3550JQ2046A COVER,DUCT
R
610E
3550JQ2025A COVER,SENSOR
R
6921
6921JA2001A RELAY ASSEMBLY
SPEC
STOPPER,COMP
MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN
125-250VAC 0.5A
240V 20W
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Pearl Inox
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-399SNQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-399SNQ.CPIQLGD
Description
R
102A
3123JQ2005V
TOP COVER ASSEMBLY
R
102B
3122JD1004M
TOP COVER,FRONT
R
103A
3650JQ2021W
HANDLE,BACK
R
103B
3650JQ2021X
HANDLE,BACK
R
103C
3550JQ0002D
COVER,LOWER
R
104A
4981JQ3001A
SUPPORTER ASSEMBLY,LEG
R
104C
4980JQ3033A
SUPPORTER,LEG
R
105A
5251JQ3002A
DRAIN ASSEMBLY,PIPE-Z
R
106B
4779JQ3002A
LEG ASSEMBLY,ADJUST
R
109A
5006JQ3032A
CAP,COVER
R
109B
5006JQ3038D
CAP,COVER
R
109C
5006JQ3039D
CAP,COVER
R
114A
5020JS1001D
BUTTON,LINK
R
120A
4995JQ1005G
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,R
R
120B
4994JS1003D
CONTROL BOX,R
R
120C
4940JQ3003A
KNOB,DAMPER
R
120D
3550JQ3009B
COVER,LAMP
R
120E
5209JQ1005A
DUCT ASSEMBLY,INSULATION
R
120H
3550JA2082A
COVER,LED
R
125A
3390JQ2001A
TRAY,ICE
R
136A
3391JQ2011A
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136B
3391JQ2012A
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136C
3391JQ2012B
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136D
3391JQ2012C
TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136E
5027JQ2006A
SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
136F
5027JQ2007A
SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
140A
3390JS1013A
TRAY,MEAT
R
145C
4974JA2040A
GUIDE,RAIL
R
151A
3391JA2015B
TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
151B
3391JA2015A
TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
155A
3551JQ2013A
COVER ASSEMBLY,T/V
R
201A
5433JQ2003M
DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,F
R
203A
4987JQ1012A
GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B
BRACKET,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B
BRACKET,DOOR
R
231A
5433JQ0010M
DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,R
R
233A
4987JQ1012B
GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
235A
3390JQ2006A
TRAY,EGG
R
237A
4974JA2020A
GUIDE,BOTTLE
R
241A
5004JD1098A
BASKET,DOOR
R
241C
5004JD1099A
BASKET,DOOR
R
249A
5075JQ2002A
BANK ASSEMBLY,DAIRY
R
249B
3550JA1087A
COVER,TRAY
R
249C
5074JD1006A
BANK,DAIRY
R
281B
4775JQ3002A
HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
281D
5006JQ3012K
CAP,HINGE
R
281F
4775JQ3002B
HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
282B
4775JQ2026A
HINGE ASSEMBLY,C
R
283B
4775JQ2027A
HINGE ASSEMBLY,L
R
301A
5421JQ0023A
EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY
R
304A
3550JQ0001A
COVER,BACK-M/C
R
307A
2521JA1002A
COMPRESSOR,ASSEMBLY
SPEC
DC110E10RAW5
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Pearl Inox
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-399SNQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-399SNQ.CPIQLGD
Description
SPEC
R
310A
3550JA2149A
COVER,P.T.C
NORYL SE-1J DC110 MATSUSHITA
R
312A
5040JA3071A
RUBBER,SEAT
R
314A
4J03277A
STOPPER,COMP
R
315A
3103JQ1006B
COMP BASE ASSEMBLY,STD
R
315B
4580JQ3001A
ROLLER
R
315C
1PZZJQ3017A
PIN,DRAWING
R
317A
5851JQ2001B
DRIER ASSEMBLY
R
318A
4930JQ3020A
HOLDER,DRIER
R
319A
3390JA0018A
TRAY,DRIP
R
319C
4974JQ1006A
GUIDE,FAN
R
323B
5403JQ1026A
CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,WIRE
R
327A
5040JQ3006A
RUBBER,DAMPING
R
328A
5040JQ3023A
RUBBER,DAMPING
R
329A
5901JQ1003A
FAN ASSEMBLY
R
329C
5901JQ1004A
FAN ASSEMBLY
R
330B
4999JQ2001A
SHROUD ASSEMBLY,F
R
332A
3531JQ2001A
GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FAN
R
404A
4680JR1009F
MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
405A
4810JQ3021A
BRACKET,MOTOR
R
405C
5040JQ3003A
RUBBER,MOTOR-N
R
406B
6600JR1002C
SWITCH,[PUSH]
125-250VAC 0.5A
R
407A
5300JR1009B
HEATER,SHEATH
240V 170W 6.6
R
407B
0CZZJB2003B
CAPACITOR,DRAWING
R
409B
6912JR2001P
LAMP,[VACUUM]
R
411A
6411JR1003L
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
R
420A
4680JR1008C
MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
4860
4860JA3003A
CLAMP
R
501A
6871JR1022J
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN
R
503B
6871JR3001B
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY
R
604F
3550JQ2046A
COVER,DUCT
R
610E
3550JQ2025A
COVER,SENSOR
R
6921
6921JA2001A
RELAY ASSEMBLY
240V 20W
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Euro White
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-399SQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-399SQ.CEWQLGD
Description
SPEC
R
102A
3123JQ2005S TOP COVER ASSEMBLY
R
102B
3122JD1004K TOP COVER,FRONT
R
103A
3650JQ2021A HANDLE,BACK
R
103B
3650JQ2021B HANDLE,BACK
R
103C
3550JQ0002A COVER,LOWER
R
104A
4981JQ3001A SUPPORTER ASSEMBLY,LEG
R
104C
4980JQ3033A SUPPORTER,LEG
R
105A
5251JQ3002A DRAIN ASSEMBLY,PIPE-Z
R
106B
4779JQ3002A LEG ASSEMBLY,ADJUST
R
109A
5006JQ3032A CAP,COVER
R
109B
5006JQ3038A CAP,COVER
R
109C
5006JQ3039A CAP,COVER
R
114A
5020JS1001A BUTTON,LINK
R
120A
4995JQ1005G CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY,R
R
120B
4994JS1003D CONTROL BOX,R
R
120C
4940JQ3003A KNOB,DAMPER
R
120D
3550JQ3009B COVER,LAMP
R
120E
5209JQ1005A DUCT ASSEMBLY,INSULATION
R
120H
3550JA2082A COVER,LED
R
125A
3390JQ2001A TRAY,ICE
R
136A
3391JQ2011A TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136B
3391JQ2012A TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136C
3391JQ2012B TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136D
3391JQ2012C TRAY ASSEMBLY,DRAWER
R
136E
5027JQ2006A SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
136F
5027JQ2007A SHELF ASSEMBLY,R
R
140A
3390JS1013A TRAY,MEAT
R
145C
4974JA2040A GUIDE,RAIL
R
151A
3391JA2015B TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
151B
3391JA2015A TRAY ASSEMBLY,VEGETABLE
R
155A
3551JQ2013A COVER ASSEMBLY,T/V
R
201A
5433JQ2003P DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,F
R
203A
4987JQ1012A GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B BRACKET,DOOR
R
210A
4810JQ3019B BRACKET,DOOR
R
231A
5433JQ0010N DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY,R
R
233A
4987JQ1012B GASKET ASSEMBLY,DOOR
R
235A
3390JQ2006A TRAY,EGG
R
237A
4974JA2020A GUIDE,BOTTLE
R
241A
5004JD1098A BASKET,DOOR
R
241C
5004JD1099A BASKET,DOOR
R
249A
5075JQ2002A BANK ASSEMBLY,DAIRY
R
249B
3550JA1087A COVER,TRAY
R
249C
5074JD1006A BANK,DAIRY
R
281B
4775JQ3002A HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
281D
5006JQ3012D CAP,HINGE
R
281F
4775JQ3002B HINGE ASSEMBLY,U
R
282B
4775JQ2026A HINGE ASSEMBLY,C
R
283B
4775JQ2027A HINGE ASSEMBLY,L
R
301A
5421JQ0023A EVAPORATOR ASSEMBLY
R
304A
3550JQ0001A COVER,BACK-M/C
R
307A
2521JA1002A COMPRESSOR,ASSEMBLY
DC110E10RAW5
R
310A
3550JA2149A COVER,P.T.C
NORYL SE-1J DC110 MATSUSHITA
R
312A
5040JA3071A RUBBER,SEAT
REMARK
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
BUYER NAME:LGD
COLOR:Euro White
S AL LOC No.
MODEL NAME:GR-399SQ
PART No.
LG REFERENCE NO:GC-399SQ.CEWQLGD
Description
SPEC
R
314A
4J03277A
STOPPER,COMP
R
315A
3103JQ1006B COMP BASE ASSEMBLY,STD
R
315B
4580JQ3001A ROLLER
R
315C
1PZZJQ3017A PIN,DRAWING
R
317A
5851JQ2001B DRIER ASSEMBLY
R
318A
4930JQ3020A HOLDER,DRIER
R
319A
3390JA0018A TRAY,DRIP
R
319C
4974JQ1006A GUIDE,FAN
R
323B
5403JQ1026A CONDENSER ASSEMBLY,WIRE
R
327A
5040JQ3006A RUBBER,DAMPING
R
328A
5040JQ3023A RUBBER,DAMPING
R
329A
5901JQ1003A FAN ASSEMBLY
R
329C
5901JQ1004A FAN ASSEMBLY
R
330B
4999JQ2001A SHROUD ASSEMBLY,F
R
332A
3531JQ2001A GRILLE ASSEMBLY,FAN
R
404A
4680JR1009F
R
405A
4810JQ3021A BRACKET,MOTOR
R
405C
5040JQ3003A RUBBER,MOTOR-N
R
406B
6600JR1002A SWITCH,[PUSH]
125-250VAC 0.5A
R
407A
5300JR1009B HEATER,SHEATH
QR 240V 170W
R
407B
0CZZJB2003B CAPACITOR,DRAWING
R
409B
6912JR2001P
LAMP,[VACUUM]
R
411A
6411JR1003L
POWER CORD ASSEMBLY
MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
420A
4680JR1008C MOTOR(MECH),COOLING
R
4860
4860JA3003A CLAMP
R
501A
6871JR1022J
R
503B
6871JR3001B PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,DISPLAY
R
604F
3550JQ2046A COVER,DUCT
PWB(PCB) ASSEMBLY,MAIN
R
610E
3550JQ2025A COVER,SENSOR
R
6921
6921JA2001A RELAY ASSEMBLY
240V 20W
REMARK
P/No. 3828JS8027B
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