Daewoo | FRS-2041CAL | Installation guide | Daewoo FRS-2041CAL Installation guide

S/M No: RNU20IB001
Refrigerator
FRN-U20IB*
FRS-U20IB*
FRU-577I~
FRN-U20DB*
FRN-U20EB*
FRS-U20DB*
FRS-U20EB*
FRU-547D/E~
FRN-U20FB*
FRN-U20GB*
FRS-U20FB*
FRS-U20GB*
FRU-547F/G~
✔ Caution
: In this Manual, some parts can be changed for improving, their
performance without notice in the parts list. So, if you need the
latest parts information,please refer to PPL(Parts Price List) in
Service Information Center
- May, 2006
CONTENTS
1. WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY ----------------------------2
2. EXTERNAL VIEW
2-1. External Size ---------------------------------------------------3
2-2. Name of Each Parts ------------------------------------------6
2-3. Cold Air Circulation ----------------------------------------------8
3. SPECIFICATION --------------------------------------------------9
4. OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS --------------------------------------11
5. CIRCUIT OPERATION
5-1. Power Circuit Diagram --------------------------------------------31
5-2. Function of Each Sensor ------------------------------------------32
5-3. Relay Function --------------------------------------------------34
5-4. Fan Function ---------------------------------------------------36
6. DIAGRAM
6-1. Wiring Diagram --------------------------------------------------37
6-2. Circuit Diagram of Main PCB ---------------------------------------39
7. COMPONENT LOCATE VIEW -----------------------------------------43
8. HOW TO CHECK EACH PARTS
8-1. Hose Ice Maker Tube ---------------------------------------------45
8-2. Bracket Geared Motor ---------------------------------------------46
8-3. Dispenser Micro Switch --------------------------------------------47
8-4. Dispenser Solenoid Valve ------------------------------------------48
8-5. Main PCB ------------------------------------------------------49
8-6. Ice Maker ------------------------------------------------------51
9. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
9-1. Power Failure ----------------------------------------------------53
9-2. Freezer Compartment ---------------------------------------------54
9-3. Refrigerator Compartment ------------------------------------------60
9-4. Operation Noise of Refrigerator --------------------------------------65
9-5. Door -----------------------------------------------------------71
10. COOLING CYCLE HEAVY REPAIR
10-1. Summary of Heavy Repair ------------------------------------------72
10-2. Precaution during Heavy Repair --------------------------------------73
10-3. Practical Work for Heavy Repair --------------------------------------74
10-4. Standard Regulations for Heavy Repair --------------------------------76
10-5. Brazing Reference Drawing -----------------------------------------77
11. INSTALLATION GUIDE
11-1. Installation Preparation -------------------------------------------- 78
11-2. If the Refrigerator can not enter the Door ------------------------------ 79
11-3. Refrigerator Leveling & Door Adjustment -------------------------------80
11-4. Water Line Installation --------------------------------------------- 82
11-5. Dispenser Water Flow --------------------------------------------- 84
12. EXPLODED VIEW & PARTS LIST -------------------------------------85
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1. WARNINGS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFETY
Please observe the following safety precautions in order to use safely and correctly the refrigerator
and to prevent accident and danger during repair.
1. Be care of an electric shock. Disconnect power cord from wall outlet and wait for more than
three minutes before replacing PCB parts.
Shut off the power whenever replacing and repairing electric components.
2. When connecting power cord, please wait for more than five minutes after power cord was
disconnected from the wall outlet.
3. Please check if the power plug is pressed down by the refrigerator against the wall.
If the power plug was damaged, it may cause fire or electric shock.
4. If the wall outlet is over loaded, it may cause fire.
Please use its own individual electrical outlet for the refrigerator.
5. Please make sure the outlet is properly earthed, particularly in wet or damp area.
6. Use standard electrical components when replacing them.
7. Make sure the hook is correctly engaged.
Remove dust and foreign materials from the housing and connecting parts.
8. Do not fray, damage, machine, heavily bend, pull out or twist the power cord.
9. Please check the evidence of moisture intrusion in the electrical components.
Replace the parts or mask it with insulation tapes if moisture intrusion was confirmed.
10. Do not touch the icemaker with hands or tools to confirm the operation of geared motor.
11. Do not let the customers repair, disassemble and reconstruct the refrigerator for themselves.
It may cause accident, electric shock, or fire.
12. Do not store flammable materials such as ether, benzene, alcohol, chemicals, gas, or
medicine in the refrigerator.
13. Do not put flower vase, cup, cosmetics, chemicals, etc., or container with full of water
on the top of the refrigerator.
14. Do not put glass bottles with full of water into the freezer.
The contents shall freeze and break the glass bottles.
15. When you scrap the refrigerator, please disconnect the door gasket first and scrap it
where children are not accessible.
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2. EXTERNAL VIEWS
2-1. External Size
- FRS(N)-U20IB
3
- FRS(N)-U20DB / EB
4
- FRS(N)-U20FB / GB
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2-2. Name of Each Parts
- Basic Model
6
1
2
7
3
8
4
9
10
11
5
12
- Wine Rack is option
Freezer Compartment
Refrigerator Compartment
1. Freezer light
6. Dairy pocket
2. Freezer pocket
7. Refrigerator light
3. Ice tray
8. Chilled case
4. Freezer shelf
9. Movable Egg case
5. Freezer case
10. Refrigerator shelf
11. Refrigerator pocket
12. Refrigerator case
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- Full option Model
7
1
2
3
8
9
4
10
11
5
12
6
13
-Full option Model illustrated.
-Features are model dependent.
Freezer Compartment
Refrigerator Compartment
1. Ice cubes storage case
7. Dairy pocket
2. Freezer light
8. Refrigerator light
3. Water/Ice Dispenser
9. Wine Rack
4. Freezer shelf
10. Movable Egg case
5. Freezer pocket
11. Refrigerator shelf
6. Freezer case
12. Refrigerator pocket
13. Magic room (option)
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2-3. Cold Air Circulation
Freezer
Compartment
Refrigerator
Compartment
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3. SPECIFICATION
3-1. Specification
Item
Specification
FRS(N)U20IB
FRS(N)U20DB
FRS(N)U20EB
FRS(N)U20FB
FRS(N)U20GB
Total
570 Li
541 Li
525 Li
541Li
536 Li
Freezer
209 Li
184 Li
178 Li
184 Li
184 Li
Refrigerator
361 Li
357 Li
337 Li
357 Li
352 Li
Total
537 Li
504 Li
504 Li
504 Li
500 Li
Freezer
198 Li
170 Li
170 Li
170 Li
170 Li
Refrigerator
339 Li
334 Li
334 Li
334 Li
330 Li
104kg
113kg
115kg
115kg
117kg
Model Name
ISO Gross
Volume
(Li)
ISO Storage
Volume
(Li)
Weight
External Dimension
(Width x Depth x Height)
C
Y
C
L
E
Compressor
SWITCH
P RELAY AS
903 mm x 734.5mm x 1790 mm
Evaporator
Fin Type
Condenser
Fan Cooling System
Dryer
Molecular Sieve XH-9
Capillary Tube
IDΦ0.7 × T0.55 × L2200
Description
HPL30YG-5
MK183Q-L2U
MK4A5Q-R1U
Part Code
395S130R50
3956183D50
3956145250
Refrigerant ( g )
R-134a (190g)
R-134a (190g)
R-600a (76g)
Description
308NHB, S330
265RHB, S330
Part Code
3018129810
3011402100
※ ( ) is the specification for the model which use R-600a(refrigerant)
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Item
Model Name
D
E
F
O
R
E
S
T
H
E
A
T
E
R
E
L
E
C
T
R
I
C
A
L
P
A
R
T
S
Specification ( 220~240V Models only )
Basic Model
Dispenser Model
D-Sensor
PBN-43
F-Sensor
PBN-38
R-Sensor
PBN-43
Defrost Heater
AC220V / 192W
Main Duct Heater
AC220V / 7W
Louver Heater
AC220V / 8W
Dispenser Heater
-
AC220V / 5W
Water Pipe Heater
-
AC220V / 5W
Main Fuse (Power cord)
AC250V 15A
Fuse Temp (Defrost)
AC250V , 10A , 77℃
F-Fan Motor
DC13V / 2050±100 rpm
R-Fan Motor
DC13V / 1950±100 rpm
Condenser
Fan Motor
DC13V / 1100±100 rpm
F-Lamp
AC230~240V / 25W (2EA)
R-Lamp
AC230~240V / 25W (2EA)
Door Switch , F / R
SP201R-7DL / SP201R-7DR
(SPF101B-2D / SPF101B-1D)
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4. OPERATION AND FUNCTIONS
4-1. Display
4-1-1. Basic Model
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
FRZ.TEMP, REF.TEMP
Inner Control (Lamp-LED)
CONTENTS
REMARKS
Temperature adjustment button
for freezer compartment.
Temperature adjustment button
for refrigerator compartment.
1. “FRZ.TEMP” Button
1) Temperature control of Freezer compartment
2) 5 step mode of successive temperature mode.
3) Initial mode by power input : “3”
※Whenever pressing button, setting is repeated in the order of
Medium(3) → Medium Max(4) → Max(5) → Min(1) → Medium Min(2).
Temperature Chang
Min
Medium
Min
Mid
Medium
Max
Max
Temp indication
1
2
3
4
5
2. “REF.TEMP” button.
1) Temperature control of Refrigerator compartment
2) 5 step mode of successive temperature mode.
3) Initial mode by power input : “3”
※Whenever pressing button, setting is repeated in the order of
Medium(3) → Medium Max(4) → Max(5) → Min(1) → Medium Min(2).
Temperature Change
Min
Medium
Min
Mid
Medium
Max
Max
Temp indication
1
2
3
4
5
※ The actual inner temperature varies depending on the food status, as the indicated setting
temperature is a target temperature, not actual temperature within refrigerator.
※ Refrigeration function is weak in the initial time.
Please adjust temperature as above after using refrigerator for minimum2~3 days.
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4-1-2. Dispenser Model
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Front PCB button
FREEZER SET, REFRIGERATOR SET
SUPER FREEZER, SUPER REFRIGERATOR
RESET FILTER, WATER / ICE, ICE MAKER LOCK
,LOCK
FCP C-LED
CONTENTS
Water filter reset
REMARKS
Dispenser select button
Ice maker lock button
Super freezer
Lock button
Super Refrigerator
Temperature adjustment button
for freezer compartment.
Temperature adjustment button
for refrigerator compartment.
1. Display control
FCP-LED
Control
88 DISPLAY (SET TEMP.)
Initial mode : Freezer & Refrigerator set→
Medium (-19℃/4℃)
SUPER FREEZER,SUPER
REFRIGERATOR ICON
Dial
FUZZY, DEODORIZER ICON
Always ON
WATER / CUBED ICE/ CRUSHED ICE ICON
Dial
LOCK ICON
Dial
ICE MAKER LOCK ICON
Dial
FILTER CHANGE ICON
After six month, LED ON
2. “FREEZER SET” Button
1) Temperature control of freezer compartment
2) 7 step mode of successive temperature mode.
3) Initial mode by power input : “Medium(-19℃)”
※Whenever pressing button, setting is repeated in the order of
Medium (-19℃) → Medium Max 1 (-20℃) → Medium Max 2 (-21℃) → Max (-22℃)
→ Min (-16℃) → Medium Min 2 (-17℃) → Medium Min 2 (-18℃).
Letters are indicated on 88 Display LED
Temperature
Change
Min
Medium
Min 1
Medium
Min 2
Medium
Medium
Max 1
Medium
Max 2
Max
Temp
indication
-16℃
-17℃
-18℃
-19℃
-20℃
-21℃
-22℃
3. “SUPER FREEZER” Button
When this mode is chosen, the icon (FREEZER QUICK) is ON.
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
4. “REFRIGERATOR SET” button.
1) Temperature control of Refrigerator compartment
2) 5 step mode of successive temperature mode.
3) Initial mode by power input : “Medium (4℃)”
※Whenever pressing button, setting is repeated in the order of
Medium (4℃) → Medium Max (3℃) → Max (2℃) → Min (6℃) → Medium Min (5℃).
Letters are indicated on 88 Display LED
Temperature Change
Min
Medium
Min
Mid
Medium
Max
Max
Temp indication
6℃
5℃
4℃
3℃
2℃
5. “SUPER REFRIGERATOR” button.
When this mode is chosen, the icon (REFRIGERATOR QUICK) is ON.
6. “WATER / ICE” button
1) Select Water / Cubed Ice / Crushed Ice.
2) Icon lights up to show your selection is on.
Initial mode by power input : “Water” mode.
3) The mode of Cubed Ice or Crushed Ice continues for 1 hour and then changes
to Water. (Water icon turns ON)
7. “ICE MAKER LOCK” button
1) Start by pushing “ICE MAKER LOCK” button
① “ICE MAKER LOCK” icon is on
② “WATER” icon is always on
2) Stop by pushing “ICE MAKER LOCK” button again
① “ICE MAKER LOCK” icon is off
② “WATER” icon is on
8. “RESET WATER FILTER” button
1) The normal (ICON OFF) is on for 6 month after are first power input.
2) After sic months, icon is ON.
3) How to reset Filter information
① Push the “RESET WATER FILTER” button for 3 seconds after change.
9. “LOCK” button
1) This button stops operation of different button.
① “LOCK” icon is on
② Press this button to lock out this case and to keep temperature and
function setting.
2) Push “LOCK” button again for more than a second to stop it.
※ The actual inner temperature varies depending on the food status, as the indicated setting
temperature is a target temperature, not actual temperature within refrigerator.
※ Refrigeration function is weak in the initial time.
Please adjust temperature as above after using refrigerator for minimum2~3 days.
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REFERENCE : Please wait
for 2-3 seconds in order
to take final ice or drops
of water when taking out
cup from the pressing
switches after taking ice
or water.
4-2. Defrost Mode
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
1. Comp
2. F-Fan
3. R-Fan
4. D-Heater
1. Defrosting Cycle
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Defrost Mode
Pre-Cool
Heater
Defrosting
Pause
Fan-Delay
Pre-Cool
1) Time : 50 minutes
2) Comp , F-fan : ON
R-fan : Control
D-HTR : OFF
3) If F-sensor ≤ -27℃, then Pre-Cool becomes. OFF
Heater
Defrosting
1) Comp, F-fan, R-fan : OFF
D-HTR : ON
2) Time limit
30 seconds : Heater is ON regardless of D-sensor
temperature right after defrosting start
30 minutes : in case of D1- Error
80 minutes : in normal control state
3) If D-sensor ≥13℃, Heater Defrosting is OFF
Pause
Time : 7 minutes
Comp, F-fan, R-fan, Heater etc. : OFF
Fan-Delay
1) Time : 5 minutes
Comp : ON and F-fan, R-fan, Heater : OFF
2.The defrost mode start with the following conditions
1) Total operation time of comp. becomes : 6,8,10,……… 24 hours.
① Comp. operating rate : more 85%
② Total door open time : 2 minutes
(Any door, F or R open time is over 2 minutes.)
③ Any error mode : R1, F1, D1, F3, RT/S, Door-switch etc.)
2) Defrosting mode starts unconditionally as long as total comp. work time is
24 hours, even if the above conditions 1) are not satisfied.
3) Defrosting mode starts immediately as long as total time of [comp. ON +
comp. OFF] is over 60 hours, even if the above 1) and 2) conditions are not
satisfied.
3. In providing initial power (or returning power failure)
If D-sensor temp. ≤ 3.5℃, defrosting mode starts .
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
4. Flow Chart of Defrosting Start
Start
Comp. operating time
is over 2 hours?
NO
YES
YES
Total time is
over 60 hours?
NO
YES
Comp. operating time
is over 24 hours?
NO
Comp. operating time
is over 6 hours?
YES
YES
Comp. operating rate
is more 85%?
NO
YES
Any error ?
NO
YES
Total door open
time is over 2 min?
NO
Defrosting start
End
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NO
4-3. (Forced Defrosting) Mode
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
1. Comp
2. F-Fan
3. R-Fan
4. D-Heater
1. Defrosting Cycle
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. A/S Defrosting Mode (Heater defrost → Pause → Fan Delay)
Heater
Defrosting
1) Comp, F-fan, R-fan : OFF
D-HTR : ON
2) Time limit
30 seconds : Heater is ON regardless of D-sensor
temperature right after defrosting start
30 minutes : in case of D1-Error
80 minutes : in normal control state
3) If D-sensor ≥13℃, Heater Defrosting is OFF
Heater
Defrosting
Pause
Time : 7 minutes
Comp, F-fan, R-fan, Heater etc. : OFF
Pause
Fan-Delay
1) Time : 5 minutes
Comp : ON
F-fan, R-fan, Heater : OFF
Fan-Delay
2. How to start
1) Push “REF.TEMP” button 5 times while pushing “FRZ.TEMP” button simultaneously.
--------- FRS-U20IA
2) In “LOCK” mode, push “REFRIGERATOR SET” button 5 times while pushing “FREEZER SET”
button simultaneously. ------ FRS(N)-U20DA
3. How to proceed
1) Delete Pre-cool mode. (Others are same as normal defrosting)
2) Heater is ON regardless of D-sensor temp. at first 30 seconds.
(Check of defrosting current)
4-4. Fan Voltage of Control Mode
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
1. F-Sensor
2. R-Sensor
1. F-FAN, R-FAN, C-FAN
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Fan voltage of control mode
FAN
F-FAN
R-FAN
C-FAN
Voltage
13 V
13 V
13 V
※ Refer to the 5-4. (Fan Function )
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4-5. Louver Heater Control
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Louver Heater
1. Comp
CONTENTS
REMARKS
It is linked with comp.
4-6. Buzzer or Alarm Control
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
1. Control (Inner or F-PCB) buttons
2. Door Switch
3. Initial Power Input
Buzzer
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Buzzer sounds if any button of Inner Control is pushed.
2. Buzzer sounds 4 times 3 seconds after initial power input.
3. Buzzer sounds for 3 or 1 times in case of A/S forced defrosting and short (pull down)
operation or explanation mode.
4. If door is open, buzzer sounds after every 1 minutes for 5 minutes (Door open alarm)
4-7. Control of Interior Lights (FRS(N)-U20DA)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
1. Refrigerator door switch
2. Freezer door switch
3. Home bar door switch
4. Dispenser switch
Lamp
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Control refrigerator compartment lights
R-Lights turn ON/OFF by R-door switch ON/OFF
(※ For 10 minutes after sensing door open, the lights turn off automatically
through door close is not sensed.)
2. Control of freezer compartment lights.
F-Light turn ON/OFF by F-door switch ON/OFF
(※ For 10 minutes after sensing door open, the lights turn off automatically
through door close is not sensed.)
3. R-lights ON/OFF by home bar door switch ON/OFF. ( for only model with home bar )
R-lights turn ON for 10 minutes after sensing home bar door switch open.
4. Dispenser lamp control ( for only model with water/ice dispenser )
Dispenser lamp turns ON/OFF by Dispenser switch.
Dispenser lamp turns ON for 4 seconds after sensing switch close.
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4-8. Demonstration
4-8-1. Basic Model
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Comp
F/R-Fan
Heater
1. FRZ. TEMP
2. Door Switch
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Start
Open and close “Freezer door switch” 5 times while pushing “FRZ. TEMP” button
simultaneously.
2. Control
1) All other electrical components are OFF except for F-fan / R-fan
2) Fan Control
Door open → Fan ON / Door close → Fan OFF.
3) Display control
“FRZ. LED” and “REF. LED” are ON in good order
3. Stop
1) During Demo mode, push “Freezer door switch” open and close 5 times while pushing
“FRZ. TEMP” button simultaneously.
2) Power in again
4-8-2. Dispenser Model
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
1. “FREEZER SET, WATER/ICE” Button , Door switch
CONTENTS
Comp
F/R-Fan
Heater
REMARKS
1. Start
Push “ICE/WATER” button 5 times while pushing “FREEZER SET” button
simultaneously.
2. Control
1) All other electrical components are OFF except for F-fan / R-fan
2) Fan Control
Door OPEN → Fan ON / Door close → Fan OFF.
3. Stop or termination
1) During Demo mode, push “ICE/WATER” button 5 times while pushing “FREEZER
SET” button simultaneously.
2) Power in again
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4-9. Compensation of R-sensor ON/OFF Point
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Resistance of R-sensor Mid ON/OFF Point
Main PCB
CONTENTS
REMARKS
Compensation of R-sensor ON/OFF temp. (down)
In case temperature of refrigerator compartment is weak or insufficient,
take the following action.
FRS(N)-U20IA
FRS(N)-U20DA
R-SENSOR
R36
R36
R37
R37
R38
※ Refer to the 5-2.
(Function of each sensor)
R-SENSOR
J2
R38
J1
J19
J1
J18
J18,19
J2
R36 : R-SENSOR standard resistance in normal mode (31.4K)
R37 : In case of weak ref., cut J1 (or J18) to down the standard resistance by 1.5deg(2K)
R38 : In case of weak ref., cut J2 (or J19) to down the standard resistance by 1.5deg(2K)
FRS(N)
-U20IA
FRS(N)
-U20DA
J1
J2
Temperature
compensation
J18
J19
Temperature
compensation
-
cut
-
cut
cut
0℃
-1.5℃
3℃
-
cut
-
cut
cut
0℃
-1.5℃
3℃
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4-10. Error Display
4-10-1. Basic Model (LED Display of Inner Control)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Temperature Control Buttons
Lamp LED of Inner control
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. How to start
1) Press “FRZ.TEMP” button 5 times while pressing
“REF.TEMP” button at the same time.
2. How to stop
1) Push “FRZ.TEMP” button 1 time.
2) It stops automatically in 4 minutes from the start.
3. All the error codes are reset if they turn to be normal.
4. Error display
CONTENTS
Display
F-sensor : open (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
FRZ. LED “5” is on and off
R-sensor : open (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
FRZ. LED “4” is on and off
RT-sensor : open (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
FRZ. LED “3” is on and off
D-sensor : open (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
FRZ. LED “2” is on and off
R-Door Switch : defective
FRZ. LED “1” is on and off
F-Door Switch : defective
REF. LED “5” is on and off
Cycle : defective
REF. LED “3” is on and off
Return after defrosting : defective
REF. LED “2” is on and off
EEPROM : defective
REF. LED “1” is on and off
Full Down mode
REF. LED “1” is on
Forced defrost mode for A/S
REF. LED “1” is on and off (twice)
(Full down mode and forced defrost mode are displayed while pressing
“REF.TEMP” button at the error display mode)
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
5. Control way of Errors (if any)
1) “F-sensor” error
Cause : F-sensor open or short
Control : Condition of ambient temperature
How to reset : If F-sensor is normal, the error is terminal temperature.
RT-S
~ 9℃
~ 15℃
~ 21℃
~ 31℃
~ 41℃
Over 41℃
ON/OFF (min)
14 / 50
16 / 41
27 / 45
26 / 22
35 / 20
35 / 20
2) “R-sensor” error
Cause : R-sensor open or short
Control : Condition of ambient temperature
How to reset : If R-sensor is normal, the error is terminal temperature.
RT-S
~ 9℃
~ 15℃
~ 21℃
~ 31℃
~ 41℃
Over 41℃
ON/OFF (min)
OFF
3 / 50
2 / 10
3/7
4/6
6/4
3) “RT-sensor” error
Cause : RT-sensor open or short (full down)
Control : Normal operation, deletion of control by RT-sensor
If RT-sensor is normal, the error is terminated automatically.
4) “D-sensor” error
Cause : D-sensor open or short (full down)
Control : Time limit (30 min) of defrosting return
If D-sensor is normal, the error is terminated automatically.
5) “Door” error
Cause : in case it senses that door is open for more than 1 hour.
Control : Deletion of function related door switch sensing
If door switch (open & close) is sensed, the error is terminated automatically.
6) “Cycle” error
Cause : in case comp. works for over 3 hours when D-sensor temp. is over -5℃
Control : normal operation
When D-sensor temp. is below -5℃ in comp. off it is terminated.
7) “Return after defrosting” error
Cause : in case defrosting return is done by time limit of 80 min
Control : Deletion of Pre-cool mode in defrosting mode
If defrosting return is done by D-sensor, it is terminated.
8) A/S forced defrosting mode
Push “REFRIGERATOR SET” button 5 times while pushing “FREEZER SET” button
Simultaneously.
Control : A/S forced defrosting control (Pre-cool is deleted)
If D-sensor temp. is over 10℃, the mode is terminated automatically.
When all error code is normal, the Refrigerator reset
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4-10-2. Dispenser Model (CLED Display of Front PCB)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Temperature Control Buttons
88 Display CLED
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. How to start
1) Under “LOCK” mode, press “SUPER FREEZER” button 5 times while pressing
“FREEZER SET” button at the same time.
2) The front CLED displays as the right diagram shows
( [Ex.] Time Display of 0003 signifies 3 minutes of power on time.)
3) Press “FREEZER SET” button and the following value is displayed successively.
① Time
② F-Sensor temperature
③ D-Sensor temperature
④ R-Sensor temperature
⑤ RT-Sensor temperature
⑥ P Factor display (Refer to water supply mode of automatic icemaker)
⑦ Filter remaining time until change (First check ; 4,320Hr)
Refer to Filter Information Reset of CLED of front control panel.
4) Error is displayed only if there is any ; it is skipped if no error.
2. How to stop
1) Push “LOCK” button 1 time.
2) It stops automatically in 4 minutes from the start.
3. All the error Codes are reset if they turn to be normal.
4. Error code
ERROR CODE
CONTENTS
F1
F-sensor : disconnection (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
r1
R-sensor : disconnection (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
rt
RT-sensor : disconnection (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
d1
D-sensor : disconnection (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
dr
R-Door Switch : defective
dF
F-Door Switch : defective
dH
Home bar Door Switch : defective
EI
I-sensor : disconnection (“Lo”), short (“Hi”)
EF
Flow sensor : defective
Et
Horizontal switch : error
Eg
Water supply : error
ES
Micro switch : error
EA
Drop the ice while Et
Eu
Full ice switch : error
C1
Cycle : abnormal or defective
F3
Return after defrosting : abnormal or defective
Co
Display Full Down mode
D2
Display forced defrost mode for A/S
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
5. Control way of Error (if any)
1) “F1” error
Cause : F-sensor disconnection or short
Check point : Measure the resistance between both terminals after separating CN8 (or CN15)
of the Main PCB. (Refer to the 5-2.)
If F-sensor is disconnected or shorted , change the F-sensor in the freezer compartment.
How to reset : If F-sensor is normal, the error is terminal temperature.
2) “R1” error
Cause : R-sensor disconnection or short
Check point : Measure the resistance between both terminals after separating CN7 (or CN14)
of the Main PCB. (Refer to the 5-2.)
If R-sensor is disconnected or shorted , change the F-sensor in the refrigerator compartment.
How to reset : If R-sensor is normal, the error is terminal temperature.
3) “rt” error
Cause : RT-sensor disconnection or short (full down)
Check point : Measure the voltage of “A” part on the Main PCB.
If the voltage is 0.5V~4.5V, it is normal.
If the voltage is 0V (short) or 5V (disconnected), change the RT-sensor on the Main PCB
How to reset : If RT-sensor is normal, the error is terminated automatically.
A
A
< Basic Model >
< Dispenser Model >
4) “d1” error
Cause : D-sensor disconnection or short (full down)
Check point : Measure the resistance between both terminals after separating CN8 (or CN15)
of the Main PCB. (Refer to the 5-2.)
If D-sensor is disconnected or shorted , change the D-sensor on the evaporator.
How to reset : If D-sensor is normal, the error is terminated automatically.
5) Door error (“dF” “dR” “dH” on display)
Cause : in case it senses that door is open for more than 1 hour.
Check point : F/R door is opened or not.
6) “C1” error
Cause : in case comp. works for over 3 hours when D-sensor temp. is over -5℃
Check point : Refrigerant leakage.
7) “F3” error
Cause : in case defrosting return is done by time limit of 80 min
Check point : Measure the resistance between both terminals of the defrost heater.
(Assembled with evaporator)
If the resistance is ∞Ω (disconnected) or 0Ω (short) change the
8) “d2” mode (A/S forced defrosting mode)
Push “REFRIGERATOR SET” button 5 times while pushing “FREEZER SET” button
simultaneously.
Control : A/S forced defrosting control (Pre-cool is deleted)
If D-sensor temp. is over 10℃, the mode is terminated automatically.
Refer to the 4-3. .
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
9) “EI”ERROR
Cause : I-SENSOR disconnection / short
Check point : Measure the resistance between both terminals after separating CN11
of the Main PCB. (Refer to the 5-2.)
If F-sensor is disconnected or shorted , change the I-sensor in the automatic ice maker.
10) “EF” ERROR
Cause : When Flow-sensor ERROR (There is no Pulse during some time)
The number of pulse signal is below 10 by 1 sec during water supply.
Check point : Water supply line
11) “Eg” ERROR
Cause : I-sensor temp (5min after water supply) doesn’t go up.
Check the I-sensor or water supply line.
12) “ES” error (MICRO switch error)
Cause : When it senses 1min continuously
Check the MICRO switch of the dispenser.
13) “Ea” error
Cause : Malfunction of ice drop motor.
Check the motor by pushing test switch.
14) “Eu” error
Cause : Switch (which senses if the ice is full or not) is in error.
Control : When dropping the ice, the motor just rotates 90 degree.
Termination : When the switch is in normal.
15)“EA“ ERROR
Cause : When sensing Ice dropping by time 3 times in level sensor SW Error.
Control : Stop of Ice Maker
Termination : With normal level switch.
Re-input of power or push if icemaker test switch.
16)“Et” ERROR
Cause : Level switch error (No pulse is sensed for some time)
Control : By time (Supply mode is skipped)
Termination : Normal condition.
* When all ERROR CODE is normal, the Refrigerator reset
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4-11. Summary of Function
4-11-1. Basic Model (Inner Control)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Each button
Resistance of R-sensor Mid ON/OFF Point
CONTENTS
REMARKS
Element A/S Function
Forced Defrosting
“FRZ.TEMP” + “REF.TEMP” 5 times
Pull Down
“REF.TEMP”+ “FRZ.DOOR” OPEN/CLOSE 5 times
Demo function
“FRZ.TEMP”+ “FRZ.DOOR” OPEN/CLOSE 5 times
Error display
“REF.TEMP”+ “FRZ.TEMP” 5 times
4-11-2. Dispenser Model (Front PCB)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Each button
Resistance of R-sensor Mid ON/OFF Point
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. All the modes are started “LOCK” mode (except “FILTER RESET” mode)
2. Element A/S Function
Forced Defrosting
“FREEZER SET” + “REFRIGERATOR SET” 5 times
Reset water filter
Push “RESET WATER FILTER” for 3 seconds
Demo function
“REFRIGERATOR SET” + “WATER/ICE” 5 times
Pull Down
“REFRIGERATOR SET”+ “FREEZER SET”+ “WATER/ICE”5 times
Error display
“FREEZER SET”+ “SUPER FREEZER” 5 times
EEPROM clear
“WATER/ICE”+ “RESET WATER FILTER” 5times
Ice maker test
“WATER/ICE” + “ICE MAKER LOCK” 5 times
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4-12. Back up Function (Basic Model)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
None
1. F-FAN, R-FAN, C-FAN
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Filter Exchange Information : Record as a real-time from the point of
power input
2. P Factor (Information about Ice Maker)
4-13. Automatic Icemaker ( Dispenser Model)
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Full ice sensing switch
Ice Maker Lock
Sensors
Ice separating motor
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Flow of ice making
START
Ice making mode
▶
Ice is being made
(water supply stand by)
Ice separating mode
▶ Ice tray is twisted to separate
ice cubes
Water supply mode
Water supply
check mode
▶ Water is supplied to ice tray
▶
Check is water is supplied OK.
RETURN
1) Press TEST switch under the Icemaker for more than 1 second and test starts.
* Test mode starts from ice separating mode.
* In case test switch has an error of short, test is done only once.
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
2) With the initial power input, Ice tray turns to be horizontal and ice making
mode starts.
3) Control of water hose heater
* Heater is always ON if RT-sensor has an error or RT is below 15 degree.
* Heater is always ON for 60 minutes (max. Limit time) if Flow-sensor has
an error
4) Water supply stand-by
Condition : if ice is sensed full
Operation : proceeds to Ice making mode (Ice separating and water supply Modes stop)
5) Crusher Function
It stops operation when freezer door is open
It operates if freezer door is closed.
2 Ice making mode
START
NO
I-S<-9.5℃
130 min passed?
YES
YES
I-S<-12.5℃
YES
NO
NO
15 min passed?
NO
YES
Ice saparating mode
1) Ice making stops if ice-sensor is below -12.5℃ after 130 minutes.
2) Ice making also stops if ice-sensor is below -9.5℃ for 15 minutes, though
ice-sensor is not below -12.5℃ after 130 minutes.
3) In case of ice sensor, ice making stops after 4.8 hours.
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
3. Ice separating (drop) mode
status of
ice tray
Ice separation start
Horizontal position
level SW
8~11sec
normal
level SW
motor
revolution
level SW
error
MAX1.1sec
8.5~12.2sec
CW
CCW
10 sec
11 sec
0.2sec
CW
STOP
1.1 sec
1) Time of each zone used to verify level switch error
2) The rotation of motor is sensed at each zone
3) In case of level switch error, ice separation is done by time.
4) If ice separating motor has error, the mode stop.
4. Water supply mode
START
Water supply valve ON
Water flow Pulse Count = 0
N
1sec passed after
water valve ON ?
Y
N
Water flow Pulse > 10
Y
Flow-Sensor Error mode operation
Y
Water flow Pulse spec
〉Pulse spec
N
N
water supply time 〉time spec
Y
water supply valve OFF
END
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CONTENTS
1)
REMARKS
Water supply valve is open when water supply mode starts after separation of ices.
2) Water is supplied by time in case sensor has error.
3) Factor valve is variable which can be useful in AS action
① Water flow pulse is set to 238 if flow sensor is in normal condition.
(If water is supplied by time, maximum water supply time 165 seconds)
② In case water flow sensor has error, water time is 5.5 seconds.
5. Water supply check mode
5 minutes after water supply the status can be checked by RT-sensor and increase
of temp. Ice sensor.
RT-S
9℃↓
~15℃
~21℃
~31℃
~41℃
41℃↑
I-S
-10℃
-9℃
-8℃
-7℃
-6℃
-5℃
4-14. Dispenser Control Function
INPUT
CONTROL OBJECT
Dispenser Lamp
Crusher Motor
Flap Solenoid
Crusher Solenoid
Dispenser Water Valve
Dispenser switch
WATER/ICE Button
ICE MAKER LOCK Button
Freezer Door Switch
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1) Initial mode : water
(Mode change : Water → Cubed ice → Crushed ice)
- Selected icon LED turns ON and others are OFF.
2) ICE MAKER LOCK Button
Icemaker Lock function and its ICON Turn ON/OFF by pressing the button.
3) Display
① Water ICON turns ON as default mode
② The ICON of each mode turns ON by pressing its button.
(If display switch makes error during operation of a mode, its ICON turns OFF)
③ When Icemaker Lock ICON turns ON.
- ICE MAKER LOCK ICON turns ON
- If it is in the mode of Cubed Ice or Crushed Ice, the mode is changed to
Water and Water ICON turns ON
- If there is no button input for 1 hour after selecting Cubed Ice or Crushed
Ice the mode turns to Water (default)
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CONTENTS
REMARKS
4) Control Flow & Timing Chart
① Crushed Ice
D.P SW
D.P Lamp
D.P S/V
(Flap)
D
A
C
A
Gear Motor
② Cubed Ice
D.P SW
A
D.P Lamp
D
B
A
Cube S/V
D.P S/V
(Flap)
C
A
Gear Motor
③ Water
D.P SW
D.P Lamp
D
A
Water S/V
Delay time : A = 500ms, B = 500ms, C = 2.0s, D = 5.0s
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5. CIRCUIT OPERATION
5-1. Power Circuit Diagram
- Basic Model
A
B
D
C
E
- Dispenser Model
A
B
D
C
E
※ Voltage of every part
Parts
Voltage
A
MC1
230Vdc
B
CE1
310Vac
C
CE3
12Vdc
D
CE4
14.5Vdc
E
CE6
5Vdc
※ Caution : Since high voltage (DC310V) is maintained at the power terminal, please take a measure after more
than 3minutes have passed after removing power cords in the abnormal operation of a circuit.
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5-2. Function of Each Sensor
- Dispenser Model
CONTENTS
REMARKS
Compensation of
R-sensor ON/OFF temp.
B
C
A
[F-sensor]
1) It senses the temperature of freezer compartment and control Comp., F-fan ON/OFF
2) How it works;
Working Point
Working Temp.
Resistance
Sensing Voltage
Low ON
-11℃
≒9.32㏀
≒3.24V
Mid OFF
-16℃
≒15.19㏀
≒2.93V
High OFF
-19℃
≒15.58㏀
≒2.73V
[R-sensor]
1) It senses the temperature of refrigerator compartment and control R-fan ON/OFF
2) How it works;
Working Point
Working Temp.
Resistance
Sensing Voltage
Low ON
7.7℃
≒23.33㏀
≒2.96V
Mid OFF
5.2℃
≒24.05㏀
≒2.83V
[D-sensor]
1) It senses return point of defrosting heater.
2) How it works;
Working Point
Working Temp.
Resistance
Sensing Voltage
Return point of defrosting heater
13℃
≒22.56㏀
≒3.08V
* In case temperature of refrigerator compartment is weak or insufficient though comp.
and R-fan operate in normal way;
1) Cut J1 on the M-PCB, then temp. is lowered 1.5℃ than [Mid OFF point]
2) Cut J1 and J2 on the M-PCB, then the temp, is lowered 3℃.
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High OFF
3.2℃
≒24.76㏀
≒2.72V
IC1
(MICOM)
- Dispenser Model
CONTENTS
REMARKS
Compensation of
R-sensor ON/OFF temp.
IC1
(MICOM)
B
C
A
D
[F-sensor (A)]
1) It senses the temperature of freezer compartment and control Comp., F-fan ON/OFF
2) How it works;
Working Point
Working Temp.
Resistance
Sensing Voltage
Low ON
-11℃
≒9.32㏀
≒3.24V
Mid OFF
-16℃
≒15.19㏀
≒2.93V
High OFF
-19℃
≒15.58㏀
≒2.73V
[R-sensor (B)]
1) It senses the temperature of refrigerator compartment and control R-fan ON/OFF
2) How it works;
Working Point
Working Temp.
Resistance
Sensing Voltage
Low ON
7.7℃
≒23.33㏀
≒2.96V
Mid OFF
5.2℃
≒24.05㏀
≒2.83V
[D-sensor (C)]
1) It senses return point of defrosting heater.
2) How it works;
Working Point
Working Temp.
Resistance
Sensing Voltage
Return point of defrosting heater
13℃
≒22.56㏀
≒3.08V
* In case temperature of refrigerator compartment is weak or insufficient,
though comp. and R-fan operate in normal way;
1) Cut J18 on the M-PCB, then temp. is lowered 1.5℃ than [Mid OFF point]
2) Cut J18 and J19 on the M-PCB, then the temp, is lowered 3 ℃
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High OFF
3.2℃
≒24.76㏀
≒2.72V
5-3. Relay Function
- Basic Model
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Circuit Diagram
IC1
(MICOM)
Comp
Comp
R-Lamp
Louver Heater
F-Lamp
D-Heater
Louver Heater
D-Heater
2. How it works;
ON Condition
Control
Control Mode
Method
MICOM Port
Comp
Relay 1
#1≒5.0V
Louver Heater
Relay 3
#3≒5.0V
D-Heater
Relay 5
#5≒5.0V
OFF Condition
IC ULN2004
Output pin
IC7
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MICOM Port
#10≒0.7V
#1≒0V
#12≒0.7V
#3≒0V
#14≒0.7V
#5≒0V
IC ULN2004
Output pin
#10≒12V
IC7
#12≒12V
#14≒12V
- Dispenser Model
CONTENTS
REMARKS
1. Circuit Diagram
IC1
(MICOM)
Comp
R-Lamp
Louver Heater
F-Lamp
D-Heater
2. How it works;
ON Condition
IC ULN2004
Output pin
OFF Condition
IC ULN2004
Output pin
Control
Control Mode
Method
MICOM Port
Comp
Relay 1
#1≒5.0V
#10≒0.7V
#1≒0V
R-Lamp
H/B Heater
Dispenser-Lamp
Dispenser-Solenoid
Water (Ice)
Water (Dispenser)
Geared-Motor
D-Heater
F-Lamp
Cube-Solenoid
Water Pipe Heater
Relay 2
Relay 3
Relay 4
Relay 5
Relay 6
Relay 7
Relay 8
Relay 9
Relay 10
Relay 11
Relay 12
#2≒5.0V
#3≒5.0V
#4≒5.0V
#5≒5.0V
#6≒5.0V
#7≒5.0V
#8≒5.0V
#9≒5.0V
#10≒5.0V
#11≒5.0V
#12≒5.0V
#11≒0.7V
#12≒0.7V
#13≒0.7V
#14≒0.7V
#15≒0.7V
#10≒0.7V
#11≒0.7V
#12≒0.7V
#13≒0.7V
#14≒0.7V
#15≒0.7V
#2≒0V
#3≒0V
#4≒0V
#5≒0V
#6≒0V
#7≒0V
#8≒0V
#9≒0V
#10≒0V
#11≒0V
#12≒0V
IC7
IC8
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MICOM Port
#10≒12V
IC7
IC8
#11≒12V
#12≒12V
#13≒12V
#14≒12V
#15≒12V
#10≒12V
#11≒12V
#12≒12V
#13≒12V
#14≒12V
#15≒12V
5-4. Fan Function
1. Circuit Diagram
- Basic Model
- Dispenser Model
2. Explanation for the operation
* TA7291P is the drive IC for the only DC motor, and used for control of the fan motor
* One input and output is used for the control of the fan motor
Input
Motor IC No.5 Pin
(R:MT2/F:MT3/C:MT1)
High
Low
Output
Motor IC No.2 Pin
(R:MT2/F:MT3/C:MT1)
High
Low
Remark
13V
Stop
- Vref is the reference voltage for the adjustment of the output voltage by the voltage
distribution of Vs (Maximum output voltage), and the output voltage applied to the fan
is determined by the PWM control using the software.
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6. DIAGRAM
6-1. Wiring Diagram
- Basic Model
37
- Dispenser Model
38
6-2. Circuit Diagram of Main PCB
- Basic Model
39
40
- Dispenser Model
41
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7. COMPONENT LOCATE WIEW
7-1. Front View ( Dispenser + Home bar Model )
Front PCB
Home bar
Door
(Option)
Dispenser
Button
7-2. Inner View
Automatic
Ice Maker
F-Door
Switch
F-Fan
Motor
Geared
Motor
R-Fan
Motor
R-Sensor R-Lamp
Inner
R-Sensor Controller
R-Door
Switch
R-Door
Switch
F-Sensor F-Lamp
Freezer Compartment
(Dispenser Model)
Refrigerator
Compartment
(Dispenser Model)
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Refrigerator
Compartment
(Basic Model)
7-3. Evaporator
Water Pipe
D-Sensor
Temp
Fuse
Evaporator
Defrost
Heater
7-4. Machine Compartment
Power cord
Condenser
Compressor
Running
Capacitor
OLP
& PTC
Dryer
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Condenser
Fan-Motor
Tray Drip
Water
Valve
8. HOW TO CHECK EACH PARTS
8-1. Hose Ice Maker Tube Assembly
1) Disassembling Procedure
NO
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
NO
1
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
5
▷Remove 2 screws at the Cove
Guide Cab W/Tube A.
▷Pull forward Ice Storage Case
2
6
▷Remove 2 screws.
▷Disassemble Cover Guide Cab W/Tube A
3
7
▷Pull forward Ice Maker.
▷Pull forward Hose Ice Maker Tube As.
4
8
▷Check Hose Ice Maker Tube As.
▷Remove Water Hose Heater's 2P housing.
2) How to check Hose Ice Maker Tube As.
How to check
CRITERION
▷Measure the resistance
of two wire
▷Good: 9680Ω(±8%)
(8900 ~ 10456Ω)
▷If defective, change
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8-2. Bracket Geared Motor Assembly
1) Disassembling Procedure
NO
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
NO
1
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
4
▷Remove 2 screws.
▷Pull forward Bracket Geared Motor.
2
5
Unscrew (red 4 screws).
Unscrew (blue 4 screws).
▷Unscrew (4 points).
3
6
▷Separate 6 pin housing of Bracket
Geared Motor from the top connector.
▷Check Solenoid Valve and Geared Motor.
2) How to Check Hose Ice Maker Tube Assembly
PARTS
Geared Motor
SPEC.
HOW TO CHECK
CRITERION
▷SPEC. NAME
:DAG-6502DEC
▷GOOD : 11.3Ω(±10%)
(10.8 ~ 12.7Ω)
▷VOLTAGE
:220/240V,50Hz
▷DEFECTIVE ;
Change the Geared Motor.
▷Check resistance value of
2 terminals with a Multi Tester.
Cube Sol Valve
▷SPEC. NAME
:Cube SN8
▷GOOD : 145Ω(±8%)
(133 ~ 156Ω)
▷VOLTAGE
:220/240V,50Hz
▷DEFECTIVE ;
Change the Cube Sol Valve.
▷Check resistance value of
2 terminals with a Multi Tester.
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8-3. Dispenser Micro Switch
1) Disassembling Procedure
NO
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
NO
1
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
3
▷ Insert (-) screw driver into bottom hole of
Dispenser Button Guide.
Pull up forward to remove the guide.
(Be careful not to damage guide surface.)
▷Separate wire connectors
from Micro Switch.
4
2
▷Check Micro Switch.
▷ Remove Micro switch.
2) How to Check Micro Switch
PARTS
HOW TO CHECK
CRITERION
▷GOOD :
SPEC. NAME
: VP333A-OD-8
VOLTAGE
:125V,3A
▷Check both terminals
(red circle) with a Multi Tester
(Tester Mode : Resistance (Ω).
Tact Switch
(Blue Circle)
Terminals
(Red circle)
Tester Result
(Resistance Mode)
ON (Close)
Connected
Some Value
OFF (Open)
Disconnected
No value (0)
▷DEFECTIVE :
Change Micro Switch.
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8-4. Dispenser Solenoid Valve
1) Disassembling Procedure
NO
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
NO
1
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
4
▷ Insert (-) screw driver into bottom left groove
of Cover Dispenser Box. Pull forward with a
snap.(Be careful not to damage cover and
door surface.)
▷Separate 2 terminals from Sol Valve and
2P Housings from Cover Ice Flap.
2
5
▷ Separate 2 housings of 10P / 7P
from Front PCB.
(Do not hold only wires to pull out.)
▷Unscrew (3 points) to remove Sol Valve.
3
6
▷Unscrew (2 points) to remove Box
Dispenser Shut.
▷Unscrew (1 point) to remove Cover Ice Flap.
2) How to Check Micro Switch
PARTS
Dispenser
Sol Valve
SPEC.
HOW TO CHECK
CRITERION
▷SPEC. NAME
:SOL2003-01B
▷ Good : 215Ω(±10%)
(193 ~ 236Ω)
▷VOLTAGE
:220/240V,50Hz
▷DEFECTIVE : 0
Change Sol Valve.
▷Check resistance value of
both terminals with a tester.
Flap Heater
Assembly
▷GOOD : 96Ω(±8%)
(88 ~ 104Ω)
▷VOLTAGE
:DC 12V,1.5W
▷DEFECTIVE ;
Change Flap Heater AS.
▷Check resistance value of
both terminals with a tester.
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8-5. Main PCB
- Basic Model
1
6
3
2
5
4
NO
1
ITEM
CHECK POINT
Compensation of
Weak Refrigeration
→Making R-temp
cooler
2
Relay Power
Controller
3
Fan Power
Controller
REMARK
* Used when making R-temp. down
to compensate for weak refrigeration
without changing FCP temp. setting.
▷Cutting of J1 ; down by 1.5℃
▷Cutting of J1, J2 ; down by 3℃
J1
J2
* To check normal voltage of each electrical devices
to & from Mi-com.
▷Check input & output voltage of MICOM and IC7
* To check input & output voltage of Fan
▷#2 : Input
F
R
▷#5 : Output
C
4
Electric Current Fuse * To check when each device does not work (250V,3.15A)
5
Time Shortening
Switch
* To shorten time in PCB checkup
(Pressing 1 time is regarded as 1 minute has passed.)
6
Regulator IC(5V)
* To check voltage of MICOM and IC
Voltage check of IC#6 (Input :12V,Output : 5V)
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- Dispenser Model
1
6
3
5
2
4
NO
ITEM
1
Compensation of
Weak Refrigeration
→Making R-temp
cooler
2
Relay Power
Controller
3
Fan Power
Controller
CHECK POINT
REMARK
* Used when making R-temp. down
to compensate for weak refrigeration
without changing FCP temp. setting.
▷Cutting of J18 ; down by 1.5 ℃
▷Cutting of J18, J19 ; down by 3℃
J18,19
* To check normal voltage of each electrical devices
to & from Mi-com.
▷Check input & output voltage of MICOM and IC7, 8.
* To check input & output voltage of Fan
▷#2 : Input
F
R
▷#5 : Output
C
4
Electric Current Fuse * To check when each device does not work (250V,3.15A)
5
Time Shortening
Switch
* To shorten time in PCB checkup
(Pressing 1 time is regarded as 1 minute has passed.)
6
Regurator IC(5V)
* To check voltage of MICOM and IC
Voltage check of IC#6 (Input :12V,Output : 5V)
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8-6. Ice Maker
1) Disassembling Procedure
NO
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
NO
1
DISASSEMBLING PROCEDURE
6
▷ Remove 2 screws on top front of ice maker.
▷Remove full ice sensing switch and level switch.
2
7
▷ Pull forward ice maker.
▷Unscrew (3 points) Plate Gear Fixture.
3
8
▷ Check if ice dropping motor is normal (OK).
▷Unscrew Fixture of Frame Ice Maker.
4
9
▷Separate Ice Maker Assembly from
Frame Ice Maker.
▷Remove 2 pin housing from Plate Gear Fixture.
5
10
▷ Separate Cover I/M (A) from Cover I/M (B)
with a (-) screw driver.
* Follow the reverse order when assembling.
▷ Remove I-sensor (ice sensor) from
Case Icing As.
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2) How to Check Ice Maker
PARTS
HOW TO CHECK
CRITERION
▷ GOOD : RS-360RH-14250
: 6 ~ 14Ω
Ice Dropping Motor
▷ DEFECTIVE :
Change the motor.
▷ Check resistance value of 2 wires
with a Multi Tester.
▷ GOOD : 4.4 ~ 50kΩ
(It depends on surround temp.)
I-Sensor
(Ice Sensor)
▷ DEFECTIVE :
Change the sensor.
▷ Check resistance value of 2 wires
with a Multi Tester.
▷ GOOD :
Full Ice
Sensing Switch
▷ Check resistance value of 2 terminals
with a Multi Tester.
Tact Switch
(Blue Circle)
Terminals
(Red circle)
Tester Result
(Resistance Mode)
ON (Close)
Connected
Some Value
OFF (Open)
Disconnected
No value (0)
▷ DEFECTIVE :
Change the switch.
▷ GOOD :
Level Switch
▷ Check resistance value of 2 terminals
with a Multi Tester.
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Tact Switch
(Blue Circle)
Terminals
(Red circle)
Tester Result
(Resistance Mode)
ON (Close)
Connected
Some Value
OFF (Open)
Disconnected
No value (0)
▷ DEFECTIVE :
Change the switch.
9. TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS
9-1. Faulty Start (F/R lights OFF , F-PCB Power OFF)
Start
Power cord or Fuse
is disconnected ?
Y
Change the Main Fuse
(AC250V 15A)
N
1’st power of SMPS
is on?
(In the left side of
machine compartment)
N
Check power Cord connection
from machine compartment and
to CN1 of M-PCB.
Y
Main PCB Fuse is
disconnected?
Y
Change the Fuse
(AC250V 3.15A)
(on the Main PCB)
N
Voltage
(DC12V/14.5V/5V) on
Main PCB is OK?
Y
Wire connection
of F-PCB is OK?
N
※ Refer to the 5-1.
(Power circuit diagram)
Change Main PCB
Y
N
Change F-PCB AS.
Checkup and connect
F-PCB wires.
※ How to replace Front PCB
1) Insert a flat tip driver into the left down groove of panel frame and snap it out smoothly.
2) Separate 2 housings of 10P / 7P from Front PCB. (Do not hold only wires to pull out.)
3) Unscrew (7 points) to remove Front PCB.
* Follow the reverse order when assembling.
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9-2. Freezer Compartment
9-2-1. Freezing failure . (Foods are not frozen / cold.)
Start
Y
Any Error code
on F-PCB?
Refer to error display
in operation and function
N
※ Refer to the 4-10.
(Error Display)
N
Does Comp.
work?
Y
Y
OLP/PTC
is OK?
N
Change the
Comp.
Change OLP/PTC
F/C-Motor
works OK?
N
N
F/C-Motor
is OK?
Change F/C-Motor
Y
Y
Wiring connection
Is OK?
Y
Change M-PCB
N
Check lead wire
Temp. Fuse
Is OK?
N
Change Fuse. Temp
Y
※ Left-lower side of Evaporator
(4th pipe from buttom)
N
Defrost Heater
Is Ok?
Defrost Heater : 192W (252 Ω)
Change the
Defrost Heater
Y
Ice formation on Eva.
Is OK?
N
Y
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Check ice formation on Eva.
And if refrigerant leak
is found, repair it.
Removing and replacing Freezer parts
(1)
1) Remove foods.
2) Remove Ice Bucket,
shelves and cases in
Freezer compartment.
(2)
(3)
(4)
* Remove 2 screws
of Ice Maker.
* Remove the Housing
of Ice Maker AS.
(Right side)
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(5)
* Remove 4 screws
of Geared Motor.
* Remove the Housing
of Geared Motor AS.
(Center)
Removing and replacing Freezer parts
(6)
(12)
* Remove the screw cap on
the F-Louver A with a flat
tip driver.
* Remove light cover screws.
(7)
(13)
* Pull down smoothly the
bottom of light cover to
remove.
* Remove 3 screws of
F-Louver A.
(8)
(14)
* Hold the end of F-Louver A
and pull forward slowly.
* Remove the screw of
bracket F-Lamp.
(9)
* Remove the left housing.
(15)
* Remove the housing.
(10)
(16)
* Pull out smoothly the
bracket F-Lamp AS.
to remove.
* Remove the screw of
F-Return cover
and pull out cover.
(11)
(17
* Hold the end of F-Fan cover
and pull forward slowly.
* Hold the end of F-Louver B
and pull forward slowly.
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Removing and replacing Freezer parts
D-Sensor Housing
F-Louver B Heater Housing
Temp. Fuse Housing
1st : F-Louver B Heater Housing
2nd : None.
3rd : Defrost Heater Housing.
Temp. Fuse
Defrost Heater
D-Sensor
Defrost Heater
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9-2-2. Ice Formation on F-Louver
Start
Dews are formed on the
gasket surface inside F
compartment ?
Y
Gasket has a gap
between cabinet ?
Y
Remove the gap.
N
N
Door is hanged
down ?
Y
Reassemble the door.
N
Door is open and closed
too frequently ?
Y
Explain not to open
doors too frequently.
N
Heat appliances are too
close to the refrigerator ?
Y
Make enough distance
between heat appliances
and refrigerator.
N
Watery or hot foods are
stored in refrigerator
compartment ?
Y
Wipe out dews on the
louver surface and run
the refrigerator again.
N
Louver heater is
disconnected ?
Y
N
Change the louver assembly.
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9-2-3. Disconnection / breaking of Freezer Lights Wires
Start
Freezer light filament is
disconnected or breaking ?
Y
N
Connection of F door
switch is OK ?
Change the light bulb.
N
Repair the F-door switch.
Y
Check the F door switch
connection and F-light socket.
Change of F Lights
①
②
Change of F Door Switch
* Remove 2 screws
of light cover.
①
* Hold the bottom of light
cover and pull forward
to remove.
②
* Insert a flat tip screw
driver Into a gap of door
switch to pull forward.
* Disconnect the housing
and change the switch
for a new one.
※ Be careful when changing
the switch. F and R door
switch are different in type
and shape.
③
* Change the light bulb.
(AC240V 25W)
※ Follow the reverse order
of disassembling after
changing the switch.
※ Follow the reverse order
of disassembling after
changing the light.
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9-3. Refrigerator Compartment
9-3-1. Refrigeration failure (Foods does not get cool or cold soon.)
Start
Any error mode
on F-PCB?
※ Refer to the 4-10.
(Error Display)
Y
Solve error code
problem, if any.
N
R-Motor works OK ?
N
Change
the R-Motor.
Y
Y
R-Sensor is OK
(normal) ?
N
R-Motor is OK ?
Y
Wiring connection
Is OK ?
N
Change the Main PCB.
N
Check the wirings.
Y
Freezer compartment
Is OK ?
Change the R-Sensor
and check connector.
N
Refer to “Freezing
does not work.”
Y
Refrigerator gasket
have gap ?
Y
Y
Gasket have
any gap ?
Repair to eliminate
the gap of gasket.
N
N
N
Foods are placed just
close to R-Sensor ?
Door is hanged down
to make gap between
cabinet ?
Reassemble doors.
Y
Explain not to place foods close to
R-sensor or cold air spout.
N
Refrigerator door
openings are too often ?
Y
Y
Explain not to open doors
unnecessarily or frequently.
N
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* Advise to use in “HIGH” mode
* Jumper cutting of Main PCB to
prevent weak refrigeration ;
→ Option 1 : cut J18 to down 1.5℃.
→ Option 2 : cut J19 to down 1.5℃.
9-3-2. Disconnection / Breaking of Refrigerator Lights Wires
Start
Freezer light filament is
disconnected or breaking ?
Y
N
Connection of R door
switch is OK ?
Change the light bulb.
N
Repair the R-door switch.
Y
Check the R-door switch
connection and R-light socket.
Change of R Lights
Change of F Door Switch
①
①
* Remove screws
of light cover.
②
* Insert a flat tip screw
driver into a gap of door
switch to pull forward.
②
* Hold the bottom
of cover and pull
forward to remove.
* Disconnect the housing
and change the switch
for a new one.
※ Be careful when changing
the switch. F and R door
switch are different in type
and shape.
③
* Change the light
bulbs.
(AC240V 25W)
※ Follow the reverse order
of disassembling after
changing the switch.
※ Follow the reverse order
of disassembling after
changing the light.
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9-3-3. Dews on Refrigerator Compartment
Start
Dews are formed
on the gasket inside
R-compartment?
Y
Gasket has
Any gap ?
Y
Repair to eliminate the gap.
N
N
N
Door is
hanged down ?
Y
Reassemble the doors.
Y
Door is open too long ?
Explain not to open doors
too long.
N
Door is open and closed
too frequently ?
Y
Explain not to open
doors unnecessarily.
N
Heat appliances are
used near the refrigerator ?
Y
Make enough distance between
the appliances and refrigerator.
N
Watery or hot foods are
stored in the R-compartment?
Y
N
Advise to cool down foods, wrap
or cover foods with much water
before storing in the compartment.
N
R-fan works OK ?
Repair and change R-motor.
Y
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9-3-4. Excessive Refrigeration of Vegetable Case
Start
Refrigerator temp.
mode is “HIGH” ?
Y
Explain the temperature modes.
Advise to set the temp. to
“Middle” or “LOW” mode.
N
R-check valve
Works OK ?
N
Repair and/or Change
the R-check valve.
Y
※ Refer to “Repair /Change
of Check Valve”.
Is there any
R-sensor error code ?
N
N
R-sensor is OK ?
Change the R-sensor.
Y
Y
Check the R-sensor connection.
(Check the connector to Main PCB.)
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Removing of Check Valve
⑤
①
* Remove screws
of light cover.
②
③
⑥
* Hold the bottom
of cover and pull
forward to remove.
* Lift up a piece of Check Valve
Flap and insert a finger to the
valve frame to hold out.
* Disconnect light
housing.
⑦
⑧
④
* Hold the bottom and
right of damper to pull
down to remove.
* Remove screws with a
(+)screw driver.
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9-4. Operation Noise of Refrigerator
9-4-1. Comp. operation Noise
Start
N
Refrigerator is leveled ?
Level the refrigerator by
adjusting wheels.
☞ Refer to User’s Guide
and SVC Manual.
Y
Y
Front cover or door gasket
is assembled wrong ?
Set it right.
N
Y
Rubber absorber comp
is distorted or aged ?
Change the Rubber absorber.
N
N
Sound from Comp itself
or Vibration ?
Attach a restrainer on the comp.
head to reduce vibration and
high frequency noise.
Y
Change the compressor.
Remarks
● Compressor sound is somewhat normal because it works like a heart to circulate the refrigerant in
the pipes during the refrigerator operation.
● Rattling or metallic touch sound of motor, piston of comp. can be heard when it starts or stops.
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9-4-2. Refrigerant Flow Sound
Start
Y
Water flowing or hiss sounds
from the refrigerator ?
Attach an absorber gum
on the capillary tube.
N
Y
Refrigerant sound of hiss or
sizzling sound when comp. starts ?
Apply a gum on the
accumulator.
N
Y
Refrigerant sound of hiss or
sizzling when comp. stops ?
Apply a gum on the
accumulator.
N
Any shaking sound from
F-compartment
when comp. works ?
Y
Fasten the evaporator in Fcompartment tightly against
touching (liner) surfaces.
N
Explain refrigerator work
mechanism and sound to the
users or customers.
Remarks
● Water flowing sound, hiss or sizzling sound can make while refrigerant in the pipes is changing from
liquid to gas state when comp. starts or stops.
It is normal to the refrigerator.
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Troubleshooting of Evaporator Sound
1. Hiss Sound from Capillary Tube
“I” tube
1
2
1) “I” tube is used to connect the
capillary tube and evaporator.
(2 welding points : ①, ②)
2) When such a sound is made,
attach a absorber on the tube
including 2 welding points.
3
2. Sizzling Sound from Accumulator
Attach a absorber on point ③ (accumulator).
3. Shaking or trembling Sound of Evaporator
1) Check whether evaporator is fastened tight
with the fasteners of ①, ②.
1
2
2) Insert a soft spacer (EPS) between left and right wall.
Evaporator not to be shaken or trembled during
refrigerator operation.
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9-4-3. Fan Noise
Start
Y
Fan is damaged
or transformed ?
N
Change the fan.
Y
Fan is touching
the surround ?
Set it right not to touch.
N
Y
Fan-motor assembly
is moving or shaking ?
Set it right not to move.
N
Y
Motor has its own noise
or vibration when working ?
Change the motor
assembly.
N
Explain to the customers
how fan is working to
circulate cold air in the
compartments.
Remarks
● The fan is sending out cold air to circulate it through the compartments.
When the air is touching the surface of louver or liner wall, such sound can make.
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Troubleshooting of Fan Noise
1. Fixing or Fastening of Fan Motor
1) Check if fan motor frame of the assembly is
fastened tightly with screws to the liner wall.
Unless it is tight, vibration of shaking can make.
2) Check if fan motor and fan are hanged down.
Fan working sound can be louder if they are
not set right.
2. Any Touch Sound from Fan
1) Check if sealing sponge on the insulator
touches the fan.
If so, set it again not to touch it.
2) If any damage on the insulator around the fan
rotation is found, set the fan motor assembly right
not to touch it.
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9-4-4. Pipe Noise
Start
Y
Pipes are touching
in the machine compartment ?
Separate the touching
pipes, if any.
N
Y
Tray drip makes
noise by Condenser shaking ?
Apply cushion material between
Comp. base and Tray drip.
N
Y
Pipe itself is
shaking much ?
Move or change the points of
vibration absorber rubbers on
the pipes to reduce the shaking.
N
Y
Compressor itself
is shaking much ?
Attach a absorber
on the comp. head.
N
Explanation to the users.
Remarks
● Refrigerant is erupting rapidly from the compressor to circulate pipes, so pipe shaking noise
can make to some degree.
● In case compressor vibration is sent to a pipe directly, apply vibration absorber rubbers to welding
points of the pipe and comp. or to a much bent point on the pipe.
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9-5. Door
9-5-1. Door Opening Alarm Continues though the door is closed.
Start
Check if interior light is ON.
N
Door switch is pushed
well ?
Attach a thin pad on the
door liner or change the
door assembly.
Y
Door switch is soaked with
water or there is water in
the switch ?
Y
Change the door switch.
N
Y
PCB input is OK ?
N
Check #5,6 of CN8 (F-Door)
and #4,6 of CN7 (F-Door).
→ Open : 5V, Close : 0V
Repair any disconnection
of wires and defective
Door switch.
Y
Connector insertion to
Main PCB is OK ?
Repair the defective
connection.
N
Y
Door switch itself is
OK ?
Change the switch.
N
Check it up.
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10. COOLING CYCLE HEAVY REPAIR
10-1. Summary of Heavy Repair
Process
Remove
refrigerant
Residuals
Contents
Tools
* Cut charging pipe ends (Comp. & Dryer) and
discharge refrigerant from drier and compressor.
* Nipper, side cutters
Parts
replacement
and welding
* Confirm refrigerant (R-134a or R-600a) and oil for
compressor and drier.
* Confirm N2 sealing and packing conditions before use.
Use good one for welding and assembly.
* Weld under nitrogen gas atmosphere.
* Repair in a clean and dry place.
* Pipe Cutter, Gas welder,
N2 gas
Vacuum
* Evacuate for more than forty minutes after connecting
manifold gauge hose and vacuum pump to high (drier)
and low (compressor) pressure sides.
* Vacuum pump
, Manifold gauge.
Refrigerant
charging and
charging
inlet welding
* Weigh and control the bombe in a vacuum conditions
with electronic scales and charge through compressor
inlet (Process tube).
* Charge while refrigerator operates).
* Weld carefully after inlet pinching.
* Bombe (mass cylinder),
refrigerant manifold gauge,
electronic scales, punching
off flier, gas welding machine
* Check leak at weld joints.
Note :Do not use soapy water for check.
Check
* Check cooling capacity
refrigerant leak
→ Check condenser manually to see if warm.
and cooling
→ Check hot pipe manually to see if warm.
capacity
→ Check frost formation on the whole surface of the
evaporator.
Compressor
compartment
and tools
arrangement
* Remove flux from the silver weld joints with soft
brusher wet rag. (Flux may be the cause of corrosion
and leaks.)
*Clean tools and store them in a clean tool box
or in their place.
Transportation
and
installation
* Installation should be conducted in accordance with
the standard installation procedure. (Leave space of
more than 5 cm from the wall for compressor
compartment cooling fan mounted model.)
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* Electronic Leak Detector,
Driver.
* Copper brush, Rag, Tool box
10-2. Precautions During Heavy Repair
Items
Use of tools.
Removal of retained
refrigerant.
Precautions
1) Use special parts and tools for R-134a or R-600a
1) Remove retained refrigerant more than 5 minutes after turning off
a refrigerator. (If not, oil will leak inside.)
2) Remove retained refrigerant by cutting first high pressure side
(drier part) with a nipper and then cut low pressure side.
(If the order is not observed, oil leak will happen.)
Suction tube
Low pressure
side
Evaporator
Hot Pipe
Compressor
Dryer
Process tube
Discharge tube
Condenser
Replacement of drier.
Nitrogen blowing
welding.
Others.
High Pressure side
1) Be sure to replace drier when repairing pipes
and injecting refrigerant.
1) Weld under nitrogen atmosphere in order to prevent oxidation
inside a pipe. (Nitrogen pressure : 0.1~0.2 kg/cm2.)
1) Nitrogen only should be used when cleaning inside of cycle pipes
inside and sealing.
2) Check leakage with an electronic leakage tester.
3) Be sure to use a pipe cutter when cutting pipes.
4) Be careful not the water let intrude into the inside of the cycle.
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10-3. Practical Work for Heavy Repair
Items
1. Removal of residual
refrigerant.
Precautions
1) Remove residual refrigerant more than 5 minutes later after
turning off the refrigerator. ( If not, compressor oil may leak inside.)
2) Remove retained refrigerant slowly by cutting first high pressure
side (drier part) with a nipper and then cut low pressure side.
Suction tube
Low pressure
side
Evaporator
Hot Pipe
Compressor
Dryer
Process tube
Discharge tube
Condenser
①
2. Nitrogen blowing
welding.
Low pressure
side
High Pressure side
Evaporator
Hot Pipe
Compressor
④
Dryer
Process tube
②
Condenser
High Pressure side
③
* When replacing a drier:
Weld ①and② parts by blowing nitrogen (0.1~0.2kg/cm2) to high
pressure side after assembling a drier.
* When replacing a compressor:
Weld ③and④ parts by blowing nitrogen to the low pressure side.
Note) For other parts, nitrogen blowing is not necessary because it
does not produce oxidized scales inside pipe because of its short
welding time.
※ KEYPOINTING
Welding without nitrogen blowing produces oxidized scales inside
a pipe, Which affect on performance and reliability of a product.
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Items
3.Vacuum degassing.
Precautions
* Pipe Connection
Connect a red hose to the high pressure side and a blue hose
to the low pressure side.
* Vacuum Sequence
Open ①,② valves and evacuate for 40 minutes.
Close valve ①.
Evaporator
Compressor
Hot Pipe
Condenser
Dryer
Low
Pressure
High
Pressure
①
Vaccum
Pump
Blue
②
Yellow
Red
※ KEYPOINTING
1) If power is applied during vacuum degassing, vacuum degassing
shall be more effective.
2) Operate compressor while charging refrigerant. (It is easier and
more certain to do like this.)
4.Refrigerant charging.
* Charging sequence
1)
Check the amount of refrigerant supplied to each model after
completing vacuum degassing.
2) Evacuate bombe with a vacuum pump.
3) Measure the amount of refrigerant charged.
- Measure the weight of an evacuated bombe with an electronic scale.
- Charge refrigerant into a bombe and measure the weight. Calculate
the weight of refrigerant charged into the bombe by subtracting the
weight of an evacuated bombe.
Indicate the weight of
an evacuated bombe
※ KEYPOINTING
1) Be sure to charge
the refrigerant at
around 25°C.
2) Be sure to keep
-5g in the winter
and +5g in summer.
Calculation of amount of refrigerant charged
the amount of refrigerant charged
= a weight after charging
- a weight before charging
(a weight of an evacuated cylinder)
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Items
4.Refrigerant charging.
Precautions
4) Refrigerant Charging
Charge refrigerant while operating a compressor as shown above.
5) Pinch a charging pipe with a pinch-off plier after completion of charging.
6) Braze the end of a pinched charging pipe with copper brazer and take
a gas leakage test on the welded parts.
Evaporator
Compressor
Hot Pipe
Bombe
Condenser
Dryer
5. Gas-leakage test
* Take a leakage test on the welded or suspicious area with an
electronic leakage tester.
6. Pipe arrangement
in each cycle
* Check each pipe is placed in its original place before closing
a cover back-M/C after completion of work.
10-4. Standard Regulations for Heavy Repair
1) Observe the safety precautions for gas handling.
2) Use JIG (or wet towel) in order to prevent electric wires from burning during welding.
(In order to prevent insulation break and accident.)
3) The inner case shall be melted and insulation material (polyurethane) shall be burnt
if not cared during welding inner case parts.
4) The copper pipe shall be oxidized by overheating if not cared during welding.
5) Not allow the aluminum pipes to contact to copper pipes. (In order to prevent corrosion.)
6) Make sure that the inner diameter should not be distorted while cutting a capillary tube.
7) Be sure that a suction pipe and a filling tube should not be substituted each other during welding.
( High efficiency pump.)
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10-5. Brazing Reference Drawings.
Accumulator
I-Pipe
Hot Pipe
Suction Pipe
F
Evaporator
R
Pipe Suc Conn
Condenser
Dryer
Pipe Conn B
Capi-Tube
Compressor
▶ Welding Point
●
Copper Welding (Ag 5%)
7 Points
■
Silver Welding (Ag 35%)
3 Points
▶ Flow of Refrigeration Cycle
Capillary Tube
Dryer
Hot Pipe
Wire-Con. Pipe
Pipe Conn. B
Low
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Evaporator
Accumulator
Suction Pipe
Compressor
Pipe Suction Conn
High
11. INSTALLATION GUIDE
11-1. Installation Preparation
Check if the refrigerator can pass
a doorway or enter a door first.
Dimensions( including Door Handles)
(Width*Depth*Height)
903mm X 734.5mm X 1790mm
Find a suitable place to install
※Avoid direct sunlight.
Sufficient space from refrigerator back to the
※wall for free air ventilation
Once the installation place is ready follow the installation instructions.
If surround temperature of refrigerator is low (below 10℃)),
foods can be frozen or the refrigerator can work in abnormal way.
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11-2. If the refrigerator can not enter the door
※Remove front bottom cover first, if it is attached.
Removing Freezer Door
1
Remove front bottom cover first,
Pull out the left collar of the
coupling first, then hold the
coupling and pull out the left
water tube.
2
Unscrew top hinge cover with a
screw driver.
Remove the hinge cover.
4
Lift up the front of hinge to remove.
( After the hinge is removed the
door can fall down forward.
Be careful !)
5
Be careful not to damage the
water line when removing the
door.
3
Turn top hinge bolt
counterclockwise .
Disconnect the harness wires.
3
Lift up the front of hinge to remove.
(After the hinge is removed the
door can fall down forward.
Be careful !)
Removing Refrigerator Door
1
Unscrew top hinge cover with a
screw driver.
Remove the hinge cover.
4
Lift the door straight up to remove.
2
Turn top hinge fastener
counterclockwise.
Disconnect harness wires.
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Replacing Freezer Door
1
Insert the water tube into the hole
Of the bottom hinge pin first, then
Insert the bottom of freezer door
Into the bottom hinge pin.
2
Insert the bottom hole of freezer
door straight to the bottom hinge
pin.
4
Turn the hinge fastener tightly to
The end.
Connect harness wire and screw
ground wire.
5
Insert the water tube far into the
coupling.
3
Let the top of door close to the
cabinet and insert the top hinge
pin to the top hole of freezer door.
( Insert the back of hinge to the
groove of protrusion first, then
front to the top hole of door.)
3
Turn the hinge fastener tightly to
the end.
Connect harness wirings and
screw ground wire.
Click and screw the top hinge
cover.
Replacing Refrigerator Door
1
Insert the bottom hole of
refrigerator door straight to the
bottom hinge pin.
2
Let the top of door close to the
cabinet and insert the top hinge
pin to the top hole of refrigerator
door.
( Insert the back of hinge to the
groove of protrusion first, then
front to the top hole of door.)
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11-3. Refrigerator Leveling & Door Adjustment
※Refrigerator must be level in order to maintain optimal performance and desirable front appearance.
(If the floor beneath the refrigerator is uneven, freezer and refrigerator doors look unbalanced.)
In case freezer door is lower
than refrigerator door
In case refrigerator door is lower
than refrigerator door
Insert a screw driver (flat tip) into a groove of the
left wheel (bottom of freezer) and turn it clockwise
until the door is balanced.
(clockwise to raise freezer door ;
counterclockwise to lower)
Caution
Insert a screw driver (flat tip) into a groove of the
right wheel (bottom of refrigerator) and turn it
clockwise until the door is balanced.
(clockwise to raise refrigerator door ;
counterclockwise to lower)
The front of refrigerator needs to be higher just a little than the back for easy
door closing, but if the wheel is raised too much for door balance, i.e. front of
refrigerator is too higher than the back, it can be difficult to open the door.
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11-4. Water Line Installation
How to install Water Line
1.The water pressure should be 3kgf/cm2 or more to run the
automatic icemaker.
※Checkup your tap water pressure ; if a cup of 180cc is full
within 10 seconds, the pressure is OK.
2.When installing the water tubes, ensure they are not close to
Any hot surface.
3.The water filter only “filters” water ; it does not eliminate any
bacteria or microbes.
4.If the water pressure is not so high to run the icemaker, call the
local plumber to get an additional water pressure pump.
5.The filter life depends on the amount of use. We recommend
you replace the filter at least once every 6months.
※When attaching the filter, place it for easy access (removing
& replacing)
6.After installation of refrigerator and water line system, select
[WATER] on your control panel and press it for 2~3 minutes to
supply water into the water tank and dispense water.
7.Use sealing tape to every connection of pipes/tubes to ensure
there is no water leak.
8.The water tube should be connected to the cold water line.
Installation Procedure
1. Join connector to water tap
2. Get ready to install water line
1) Measure an approximate distance between the filter and the
Water Tube and cut the tube off filter vertically.
2) Connect the tubes to the filter as the figure shows.
Leave a sufficient distance when cutting the tubes.
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3. Remove any substance from filter
1) Open the main tap water valve and check if water comes out of
the Water Tube.
2) Check if the Water Valve is open in case water does not come out.
3) Leave the valve open until clean water is coming out.
※Initial water may contain some substances out of filter
(manufacturing process).
4. Attach the filter box
1)Screw and fasten the filter holder to the left/right side of the back of
refrigerator.
※In case the holder is not fastened well, remove the back paper
of the tape on the filter holder and attach it.
2)Insert the filter box into the holder.
5. Connect water tube
1)Remove the rear cover at the bottom back of the refrigerator.
2)Insert the fastening ring into the Water tube.
(Be careful to follow the direction of the nut.)
3)Insert the Water Tube into the top of Water Valve, turn the nut
clockwise to fasten it. (The Water valve is to the right of the motor.)
4)Check for any bent tubes or water leaks; if so, re-check installation
procedure.
5)Replace the rear cover. (The Water Tube should be placed
between the groove of the refrigerator back and motor cover.)
Set the tube upright as the figure shows.
6. Fasten water tube
1) Fasten the Water Tube with the [Fastener A] .
2) Check if the tube is bent or sqeezed. If so, set it right to
prevent any water leak.
7. After installation
1) Plug the refrigerator, press the [WATER] button on the control
panel for 2~3 minutes to remove any air (bubble) in the pipes
and drain out the initial water.
2) Check the water leak again through the water supply system
(tubes, connectors and pipes) Rearrange the tubes again
and do not move the refrigerator.
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11-5. Dispenser Water Flow
84
Cabinet
NO
PART-CODE
1
PART NAME
SPEC.
ASSY CAB URT
2
3012924400
HINGE *T *R AS
PO T3.0+PAINT
3
3012924300
HINGE *T *L AS
PO T3.0+PAINT
4
3016042300
SPECIAL *T HI BOLT
6X13 SWCH18A
5
7051401065
SCREW MACHINE
PAN 4X10 SW BSNI
6
3011446200
COVER *T HI *R
PP
7
3011446100
COVER *T HI *L
PP
8
7112401211
SCREW TAPPING
T1 TRS 4X12 MFZN
9
3010968400
CAP CAB COVER
PP
10
7112401211
SCREW TAPPING
T1 TRS 4X12 MFZN
30143D6061
PCB MAIN AS
FRU-571I (R-134a)
30143D5072
PCB MAIN AS
FRU-541F (R-134a)
12
3011446000
COVER MAIN PCB BOX
PP(V-235)
13
7112401211
SCREW TAPPING
T1 TRS 4X12 MFZN
14
3013224800
HOSE ICE MAKER TUBE AS
FRU-541D
15
3012530200
GUIDE CAB W/TUBE A AS
FRU-541D
16
3011444100
COVER GUIDE CAB W/T A
HIPS
17
3011202000
CLAMP WATER TUBE A
PA-66, 5N
18
3019974800
S/PAER FILTER WATER AS
FR-S660CW
19
3012924000
HINGE *U *R AS
P/O T5.0 + PAINT
20
3012923900
HINGE *U *L AS
P/O T5.0 + PAINT
21
3016001240
SPECIAL BOLT *T
6X22 SWCH22A(YL)
22
3010657200
BRACKET ADJ FOOT
SPCC T3.0
23
3012105100
FOOT ADJ AS
PP
24
3016001240
SPECIAL BOLT *T
6X22 SWCH22A(YL)
25
3013064200
HOLDER TUBE A
ACETAL
26
3012019500
FIXTURE TUBE FIT B
PP
27
3011447200
COVER CAB BRKT
PP
28
7142401511
SCREW TAPPING
T2 TRS 4X16 MFZN
11
Q'ty
20IB 20DB 20EB 20FB 20GB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
6
6
6
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
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Date
85
A mendment Note
Machine Room / Eva Part
NO
PART-CODE
29
3010340400
BASE COMP AS
FRU-571I
30
3016003300
SPEICAL BOLT
T2 M6.5X20
32
7112401211
SCREW TAPPING
T1 TRS 4X12 MFZN
33
7051401065
SCREW MACHINE
PAN 4X10 SW BSNI
34
CAPACITOR RUN
Model dependent
35
COMP
Model dependent
31
PART NAME
SPEC.
CORD POWER AS
36
3016002500
SPECIAL WASHER
SK-5, T0.8
37
3010101600
RUBBER ABSORBER COMP
NBR
38
3010101480
ABSORBER COMP AS
FRU-541D
SWITCH P RELAY AS
Model dependent
COVER RELAY
Model dependent
39
40
41
3011181300
CASE VAPORI AS
PP
42
3013201710
HOSE DRN B
PE FRB-5350NT
43
3015402800
3015402300
VALVE WATER AS
Q'ty
20IB 20DB 20EB 20FB 20GB
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
110~127V 60Hz
220~240V 50,60Hz
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
44
3014461510
PIPE WICON AS
TSW OD4.76XT0.7
45
3012021700
FIXTURE MOTR
PP
46
3015916100
MOTOR C FAN AS
DC-2213DWCA-3
47
3018500300
M/BELL B
PP
48
3018500200
M/BELL A
PP
49
3011834700
FAN
ABS OD3.17XD150
50
3011200500
CLAMP FAN
SUS 304
51
3016808100
DRYER AS
C1220T
52
3011497000
COVER MACH ROOM AS
SBHG T0.35
53
7112401211
SCREW TAPPING
T1 TRS 4X12 MFZN
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
95
3017053500
EVA AS
FRU-571I
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
95-1
3012818300
3012818400
HEATER SHEATH AS
AC220V/ 192W
AC115V/ 192W
95-2
3014806900
SENSOR D AS
PBN-43
95-3
3012023600
FIXTURE D SENS
PP
95-4
301720200
FUSE TEMP AS
AC250V 10A 77C
95-5
4017Z90590
FIXTURE FUSE TEMP
PP
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A mendment Note
Date
86
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
Refrigerator Room
NO
PART-CODE
60
60-1
61
62
62-1
63
63-1
64
65
66
3011492810
3014235200
3012214100
3012024200
3015916000
3011495100
3014807100
3012514500
3011185740
3012514600
3013602500
3013602800
3015510800
3018124000
3017842810
3017842800
3017844220
3017843300
3017843310
3017842910
3017842900
3012514500
3012514600
3011114630
3018701800
3011445900
3011446700
3012529700
3012529800
3011114730
3011446800
3010548200
3016767100
3011450901
3012529500
3012529600
3010551000
3011115040
3011170050
3018201000
67
69
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
93
94
PART NAME
SPEC.
COVER DAMP AS
FRU-571I
PANEL CONTL *I AS
FRAME CHECK VALVE AS FRU-571I
FIXTURE MOTR AS
MOTOR R FAN
D4612AAA20
COVER DAMP AS
FRU-541D
SENSOR R AS
PBN-43B
GUIDE CASE A *L AS
ABS
CASE CHILD
GPPS(CRYSTAL)
GUDIE CASE A *R AS
ABS
AC 240V 25W(S)
LAMP F/R
AC 125V 25W
WINDOW R LAMP
MIPS
SWITCH DR
SP201R-7DR (R-134a)
NUDE GLASS
SHELF R A AS
PRINTED GLASS
SHELF WINE
FRU-54,57 SUS304
NUDE GLASS
SHELF R C AS
PRINTED GLASS
NUDE GLASS
SHELF R B AS
PRINTED GLASS
GUIDE CASE A *L AS
ABS
GUDIE CASE A *R AS
ABS
CASE VEGETB B AS
NANO
DEO ANTI AS
W40XT5XL40
COVER RETURN DUCT
PP
COVER VEGETB CASE B
GPPS
GUIDE CASE C *L AS
ABS
GUIDE CASE C *R AS
ABS
CASE VEGETB C AS
NANO
COVER CHANGE RM
GPPS
BOX CHANGE RM
HIPS
DAMPER AS
DU24-012
COVER DUCT CH RM AS
PP+SEAL
GUDIE CHANGE RM *L
ABS
GUDIE CHANGE RM *R
ABS
BOX CONTL CH RM AS
CASE CHANGE RM AS
FRU-547E, CASE+FRAME
CASE EGG AS
CASE+TRAY+VINYL
TANK WATER AS
FRU-541D
20IB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
20DB
Q'ty
20EB
20FB
20GB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
2
2
2
2
1
Option
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
-
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
- Some parts can be chaged for improving their perfomance without notice.
- Above parts number doesn't describe your own colour & printing. Please remind!
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1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Freezer Room
NO
PART-CODE
PART NAME
SPEC.
76
3012514500
GUIDE CASE A *L AS
ABS
77
3012514600
GUDIE CASE A *R AS
ABS
96
3012529000
GUIDE DRN
GA
97
3017842700
SHELF F ICE AS
NUDE GLASS
98
3011186300
CASE ICE
PP
D4612AAA21
100
3015915900
MOTOR F FAN
101
3018921300
LOUVER F A
ABS
102
3011834500
FAN
ABS OD3.17XD130
103
3011200510
CLAMP FAN
SUS 304
105
3010968600
CAP F LOUVER B
HIPS
106
3018921500
LOUVER F B AS
HIPS
107
3011443200
COVER F RETURN
HIPS
111
3012205600
FRAME ICE MAKER
HIPS
112
3000025910
CASE I/MAKER AS
FRU-541D
113
3012517800
GUIDE G/MOTR BRKT *L
ABS
114
3012517900
GUIDE G/MOTR BRKT *R
115
3010656500
3010658110
BRACKET GEARED MOTR AS
ABS
120V/60Hz
220~240/50Hz
116
3012520510
GUIDE ICE CRUSHER *L
ABS
117
3012517710
GUIDE ICE CRUSHER *R
ABS
118
3011115202
CASE I/CRUSHER AS
FRU-541D
3001401701
COVER F FAN AS
FRU-571I
3001401711
COVER F FAN AS
FRU-541D
120
3014531900
PLATE F LAMP
SGCC T0.8
121
3017906600
SOCKET F LAMP AS
119
122
3013602500
3013602800
LAMP F/R
FRU-571I
AC 240V 25W(S)
AC 125V 25W
Q'ty
20IB 20DB 20EB 20FB 20GB
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
124
3015510700
WINDOW F LAMP
MIPS
126
3014807000
SENSOR F AS
PT-38
127
3011442600
COVER F SENS
ABS
1
1
1
3018124010
SWITCH DR
SP201R-7DL (R-134a)
1
3017842610
SHELF F AS
NUDE GLASS
3
1
1
1
1
128
129
3017842600
SHELF F AS
PRINTED GLASS
130
3011114800
CASE F A AS
NANO
131
3012529700
GUIDE CASE C *L AS
ABS
132
3012529800
GUIDE CASE C *R AS
ABS
133
3011114900
CASE F B AS
NANO
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
-
1
3
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
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88
1
1
1
1
1
Freezer Door
NO
PART-CODE
134
3019026700
POCKET F *T
3019027401
POCKET F AS
FRU-541D
3019026600
POCKET F
FRU-571I
3000067600
ASSY F DR
FRU-547E, SUS
3000067610
ASSY F DR
FRU-577I, SUS
3010964600
CAP ICE PATH FRAME
HIPS
135
136
136-1
136-2
136-3
PART NAME
SPEC.
HIPS
3012318800
GASKET F DR AS
PVC
3000057940
ASSY F DR URT
FRU-547F
3000057930
ASSY F DR URT
FRU-577I
137
3012027200
FIXTURE HNDL SUPORT *T
HIPS
138
3012018700
FIXTURE HNDL SUPORT *M
HIPS
139
3015311500
SUPPORTER HNDL *U
ABS+SPRAY
140
7002401011
SCREW MACHINE
TRS 4X10 MFZN
141
3016040100
SPECIAL SCREW HNDL
M5X20
142
3012645300
HANDLE BAR AS
FRU-577/547
143
3016040200
SPECIAL SCREW FRAME
4X14, S18C
144
3017903702
SOCKET DISP LAMP AS
145
3013600020
3013600050
LAMP AS
250V 1A 14BASE
240V/15W
110V/15W
146
3010544000
BOX DISPNS ICE SHUT AS
FRU-541D
147
3011494700
COVER DISPNS BOX AS
FRU-541D
148
3015102200
SPRING ICE D/LEVER
SUS
149
3011495300
COVER ICE FLAP AS
FRU-541D
150
3012019700
FIXTURE ICE SHUT LVR
SUS
3015404100
VALVE SOL DISP
110~115V/60Hz
3015403200
VALVE SOL DISP
230V/50Hz
152
3018125800
SWITCH MICRO
VP333A-2D
153
3012213200
FRAME DISPNS BUTTON
ABS
154
3016304600
BUTTON DISPNS
SILICON
155
3012406900
GRILL DISPENSER
ABS
151
Q'ty
20IB 20DB 20EB 20FB 20GB
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Date
89
A mendment Note
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Refrigerator Door
NO
PART-CODE
PART NAME
SPEC.
137
3012027200
FIXTURE HNDL SUPORT *T
138
3012018700
FIXTURE HNDL SUPORT *M
HIPS
139
3015311500
SUPPORTER HNDL *U
ABS+SPRAY
140
7002401011
SCREW MACHINE
TRS 4X10 MFZN
141
3016040100
SPECIAL SCREW HNDL
M5X20
142
3012645300
HANDLE BAR AS
FRU-577/547
143
3016040200
SPECIAL SCREW FRAME
4X14, S18C
FRU-571I
156
HIPS
3019027500
POCKET DAIRY AS
3019027200
POCKET R *M AS
FRU-541D
3019026800
POCKET R
FRU-571I
158
3011187000
CASE H/BAR AS
FRU-541F
159
3019027700
POCKET R H/BAR AS
FRU-541F
3019027300
POCKET R *S AS
FRU-541D
3019026900
POCKET R *S
FRU-571I
3000067700
ASSY R DR
FRU-547F, SUS
3000067710
ASSY R DR
FRU-571I, SUS
3012318900
GASKET R DR AS
PVC
157
160
161
161-1
161-2
161-3
3012319300
GASKET H/BAR B AS
PVC
3000058050
ASSY R DR URT
FRU-547F
3000058060
ASSY R DR URT
FRU-577I
161-4
3015204500
STOPPER H/BAR DR *R
PO T4.0
161-5
3015204400
STOPPER H/BAR DR *L
PO T4.0
161-6
3012319400
GASKET H/BAR A AS
PVC
161-7
3011765000
DOOR H/BAR URT AS
FRU-541F
161-8
3011497200
COVER FRAME H/BAR
ABS
161-9
3018125600
SWITCH H/BAR DR AS
SP101B-2D1(T)
Q'ty
20IB 20DB 20EB 20FB 20GB
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1
1
1
1
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2
2
2
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4
4
4
4
4
4
4
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1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
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- Some parts can be chaged for improving their perfomance without notice.
- Above parts number doesn't describe your own colour & printing. Please remind!
Date
90
A mendment Note
Reference
1.
1. Electric Device
Capacitor Run
Compressor
Specification
Part Code
Specification
Switch P Relay AS
Part Code
Specification
Part Code
Remark
HPL30YG-5
395S130R50
400VAC/ 5㎌
3016401920
308NHB, S330
3018129810
220~240V/50Hz
MK183Q-L2U
3956183D50
350VAC/ 5㎌
3016401170
265RHB, S330
3018129600
220~240V/50Hz
MK183C-L2U
3956183D10
250VAC/ 12㎌
3016405000
445PHB, 4R7M
3018129610
110`115V/60Hz
MK4A5Q-R1U
3956145250
350VAC/ 5㎌
3016401170
265RHB, S330
3018129600
220~240V/50Hz(R-600a)
2. Power Cord
Shape
Description
Part Code
CP-2PIN
Shape
Description
Part Code
3011304100
KP-550 (China)
3011301070
CP-2PIN(Ferrite)
3011346701
KP-550 (Australia)
3011301080
KP-30
3011348300
MP5004
(SINGAPORE)
3011302870
KP-211
SA16A
( South Africa)
3011302170
BS-1363 (U.K)
3011347300
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