tech-sheet-12728112
Wiring Diagram Technical Information Side by Side Refrigerator

! WARNING Due to a possibility of personal injury or property damage, always contact an authorized technician for service or repair of this refrigerator. To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power. Discharge capacitors through a 10,000-ohm resistor before handling. Wires removed during disassembly must be replaced on correct terminals to ensure proper earthing and polarization.

! WARNING

To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, disconnect unit from power before servicing unless testing is required. Discharge capacitors through a 10,000 ohm resistor before handling. Wires removed during disassembly must be replaced on correct terminals to ensure proper earthing and polarization.

No-Load Performance, Controls in Preset Factory Position

Kw/24 hr ±0.4 Percent Run Time Cycles/24 hr Refrigerator Center Freezer Compartment 18° 32° 43° ±10% ±25% Average Food Compartment 18° 32° 43° Temperature ±2°C Average Food Temperature ±2°C From Display 18° 32° 43° From Display -18.3 -18.3 -18.3 Ambient °C 18° 32° 43° 18° 32° 43° 22 cu ft -18.3 -18.3 -18.3 26 cu ft 1.14 1.98 3.62 31 54 91 37 32 12 2.2 2.8 2.8

1.3 2.06 2.9 37 57 75 34 35 19 2.2 2.8 3.9

Temperature Relationship Test Chart

Evaporator Evaporator Suction

Outlet Inlet Suction Line Average Total Pressure Head Pressure ±3°C ±3°C ±7°C Wattage ±10% ±2 Bar ± 5 Bar

Ambient °C 18° 32° 18° 32° 18° 32° 18° 32° 18° 32° 18° 32° 22 cu ft 26 cu ft -29.4 -29.4 -29.4 -29.4 20.5 34.4 133 138 .14 0 3.2 4.91

-31.6 -29.4 -31.6 -29.4 22.2 34.4 132 146 .20 0 2.9 4.64

Schematic

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Component Specifications Adaptive Defrost

! WARNING ! WARNING

To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, disconnect unit from power before To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power. Discharge capacitors through a 10,000-ohm resistor before handling. Wires servicing unless tests require power. Discharge capacitors through a 10,000-ohm resistor before handling. Wires removed during disassembly must be replaced on correct terminals to ensure proper earthing and polarization. removed during disassembly must be replaced on correct terminals to ensure proper earthing and polarization.

Part Number Component Specifications all parts The High Voltage board adapts the compressor run time between defrosts to achieve optimum defrost intervals by monitoring the compressor run 230VAC/50HZ unless noted time and length the defrost heater is on. 10958304 Compressor run capacitor 420 VAC After initial power up, defrost intervals are 6 hr. (initial), 6 hr. (minimum), 72 hr. (maximum). Defrost is delayed for 4 min. after the control cycles Volt …………………………………………….. compressor off. 12049719 Compressor Capacitance ……………………………….. 5 µfd ± 10% Optimum defrost is 15 minutes. Each additional minute the defrost thermostat remains closed, 1 hr. is subtracted from the previous defrost interval. Each minute the thermostat opens prior to optimum defrost, it extends the next defrost interval 1 hr. High Voltage board will terminate defrost at 30 12618104 Motorized damper BTUH …………………………………………. 940 BTUH minutes even if defrost thermostat has not opened and will reset the defrost interval to the 6 hr. minimum setting, Watt …………………………………………… 50 Hz / 166 watts A 6 minute delay occurs after defrost thermostat opens before compressor is allowed to run. If defrost thermostat opens within 30 seconds of 12673301 Thermistor Current Lock rotor ………………………… 12.0 amps± 15% beginning of defrost, delay is by passed. Current Full load ………………………….. .79 amps± 15% Six hours of continuous compressor run will initiate a defrost, and defrost interval re-sets to 6 hours. Resistance Run windings………………. 11.4 ohms± 15% Resistance Start windings……………… 18.6 ohms± 15% Power up: If defrost thermostat is open, compressor is powered. If defrost thermostat is closed, defrost is powered. Volt …………………………………………….. 250 VAC Amps …………………………………………. .13A To Force or Terminate defrost: Toggle freezer door light switch 5 times within 6 sec Max ……………………………………………. 43.3°C If defrost terminator is open, a forced defrost will not occur until the defrost terminator closes. Min …………………………………………….. -6.7°C Dispenser Operation Ohms Temperature 2562 K ……………………………………… -17.8°C ±2% Dispenser Operation 82.77 K …………………………………….. 3.3°C±2% 10884508 Condenser motor 35.64 K …………………………………….. 21.1°C±3% The water and ice dispensing functions work independently of each other. To dispense water press the water button, to dispense ice press, the cubed button for cubed ice, press the crushed button for crushed ice. Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) Clockwise Auto Light RPM…………………………………… 1300 RPM Light activates at full power when dispensing ice or water. A sensor activates light at half-power when light level around refrigerator is low. Activate or Watt……………………………………………. 10.7 watts±10%@230VAC deactivate sensor by pushing ON / OFF button located on control façade. Green light above ON / OFF button indicates sensor is active. Current ……………………………………….. 0.06 amps± 15%@230VAC Dispenser Lock Prevents operation of water and ice dispensers. To activate or deactivate lock, press and hold LOCK / UNLOCK button for 3 seconds. Green light above 10449511 Evaporator fan motor Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) Clockwise button indicates dispenser lock. If auger motor or water valves not hooked up or there is an open circuit to either of these components, then the control will RPM…………………………………… 2700 RPM automatically lock the dispenser out. 12555903 Overload/Relay Watt…………………………………… 8.4 ±15% watts@230VAC Automatic Lock Out Note: Fan blade must be fully seated 12601203 Thermostat (Defrost) on shaft to achieve proper airflow. 1.56 amps± 15% Shuts down both ice and water mechanisms of dispenser when either mechanism has run continuously for approximately 3 minutes. To return power to 61°C ±9° dispenser, press and hold DISPENSER LOCK for 3 seconds. Auger motor shuts off automatically after 3 minutes of continuous operation. After about 3 12049803 Evaporator heater Ult. trip amps @ 158°F (70°C) ……….. 120°C ±5° minutes in shut-off state, auger motor resets automatically. Close temperature ……………………… 10 seconds ±5 12620801 LV Board Open temperature………………………. 6.8 amps ±2amps Filter Status Light This feature reminds users to replace water filter after 12 months have passed or after 500 gallons of water are filtered, whichever happens first. Short time trip (seconds)……………….. 240 VAC Short time trip (amps @77°F (25°C).. 450 watts NOTE: Filter status light turns red after 12 months have passed or after 500 gallons of water are dispensed, even if bypass is installed and unit is used 1.87 amps without filter cartridge. Volt ……………………………………………. Watt …………………………………………… Open Green light indicates filter in good condition. Red light indicates filter replacement needed. To turn off filter status light press auto light and water Current ……………………………………….. Closed pushbuttons. Resistance across terminals: 230 VAC Above 7.2°C ±5° ………………………….. 435 ±5% watts @ 230VAC Filter Status Light Reset Below –9.4°C ±7°…………………………. Once filter light turns red, it remains red until reset. To reset filter indicator, press both UNLOCK / LOCK and WATER pushbuttons simultaneously and 29 ±5% ohms hold for 4 seconds. Make sure green light flashes 3 times when indicator resets. Volt …………………………………………….. Wattage………………………………………. Class 2, LV DC Sabbath Mode Resistance ………………………………….. This mode is intended to deactivate power to the LED and dispenser lights, while allowing the controls to remain operational. To activate Sabbath Mode: Volt …………………………………………….. Press and hold both LOCK / UNLOCK and Light ON / OFF buttons simultaneously for 3 to 4 seconds, the LED and dispenser lights will turn off. Dispenser light will not activate during dispensing while in this mode. To deactivate Sabbath Mode: Press and hold both LOCK / UNLOCK and Light 12673101 HV Board Volt…………………………………………….. 230VAC, 50 HZ ON / OFF buttons simultaneously for 3 to 4 seconds. After 3 to 4 seconds the LED and dispenser lights will activate.

10525202 Auger Motor Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) Power to blue and white is clockwise. Power to Hidden Lockout for Upper Keypad orange and white is counterclockwise 12544004 Water Valve (primary) RPM …………………………………………… 17± 3 RPM The purpose of this mode is to prevent tampering with the upper set of dispenser controls. This includes the Display ON / OFF, Max Freeze, Max Cool, 12544104 Water Valve (secondary) Watts …………………………………………. Tan side 15w, Black side 10w Vacation Mode and Temperature Set functions. To activate Hidden Lockout: Press the LOCK / UNLOCK and Display ON / OFF buttons simultaneously for 12466103 Light switch/ Interlock Watts ………………………………………….. Tan side 15w, Black side 10w 3 seconds. To reactivate Hidden Lockout: Press the LOCK / UNLOCK and Display Light ON / OFF buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. Type…………………………………….. 12466104 Light switch Volt……………………………………… SPDT NC Temperature Conversion Mode Current………………………………….. 250 VAC 12575402 DC Solenoid (Ice Chute) 6 amps This mode is available to change the Temperature Display between Fahrenheit and Celsius. To change temperature reading: Press the display ON / OFF and Freezer Temp Set Increase button simultaneously for 3 seconds. Type…………………………………….. SPST NC Volt……………………………………… 250 VAC Vacation Mode Current………………………………….. 6 amps This key if enabled causes less frequent defrost cycles. This conserves energy. Pressing the Vacation mode key will activate the Vacation mode. Opening Resistance across leads ……………….. 367ohms ± 10% either door or pressing the Vacation key again until LED is not illuminated will deactivate the Vacation mode. Defrost after exiting Vacation mode will occur Voltage to Solenoid 120 VDC across leads according to previous defrost history prior to being put in Vacation mode.

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Service Mode Dispenser Troubleshooting

Mode A – System Checks ! CAUTION

Option 1 – Display Error Codes To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key To avoid risk of damaging electronic circuit board. Electro-Static Wrist strap must be worn when replacing electronic circuit board. Any Error Code that was detected under normal operation will be displayed in the Refrigerator Temperature Display section. If multiple faults exist, pressing the Raise Refrigerator Temperature key will scroll through all the faults. The following table Refer to Service Manual for installation, operating, disassembly, icemaker, testing, and troubleshooting information. shows the Outputs and Error Codes. Pressing the Alarm Off key in this mode will reset the Error Memory Log to No Faults Present High voltage board harness connection to board:

Fault Description Error Code Fault Description Error Code High Volt Board – JP1 connector

No Faults Present 00 Evaporator Fan Output EF Pin Color Signal State Definition 240 VAC Auger Motor On Compressor Output CP Damper Motor Output dP 1 YL/BK Auger Motor – Crushed 240VAC Auger Motor On 0 VAC – Auger Motor Off 0 VAC – Auger Motor Off Condenser Fan Output Cd Communication Link Lost CL 2 BK Auger Motor – Cubed 240VAC – Door Open 240VAC – Door Closed 240VAC – Door Open Defrost Heater Output dH 3 PK Freezer Door Input 240VAC – Heater On 0 VAC – Door Closed 240VAC – Terminator Open 0 VAC – Heater Off 4 RD/WH Fresh Food Door Input 240VAC – Terminator Closed 240VAC – Fan On Option 2 – Display Average On and Off Times To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key 5 RD/YL Defrost Heater 240VAC – Damper Open Output 0 VAC – Fan Off This option will display the Average Compressor On and Compressor Off Times for the Last 5 cycles. The character ‘O’ for On 240VAC – Damper Open Time or ‘F’ for Off Time will then be displayed in Freezer Temperature Display section. The time will then be displayed in the 6 OR *Defrost Terminator Input On >20 VAC Damper Closed Refrigerator Temperature Display section. If either time is above 99 minutes, then the control will display two dashes (–). Any 240VAC – Damper Closed of the Refrigerator Temperature Set keys will toggle between the On and Off times. 7 YL Condenser Fan >20VAC Damper Open Option 3 – Forced Pull-down To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key The control will initiate a pull down of both cabinets regardless of the temperature set points and measured temperatures. PD 8 BU/YL Damper Motor – Open 0 VAC – Fan Off will be displayed in Refrigerator Temperature Display section. Option 4 – Independent Evaporator Fan Mode To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key 9 PK/BK Damper Motor – Close 240VAC – Damper Closed The control will toggle between the Independent (Evap fan On for either a refrigerator or freezer pull down) and Dependent Output On (Evap fan On only for freezer pull down) Evaporator Fan control. Independent fan control is the default setting. The character ‘I’ for Independent Evaporator Fan Control or ‘d’ Dependent Evaporator Fan Control will be displayed in the Refrigerator 10 WH/YL Evaporator Fan 240VAC – Fan On Temperature Display section. Any of the Refrigerator Temperature Set keys will toggle between the Independent and Dependent modes. * Refer to Service mode A, Option 11 for checking status of Terminator

Option 5 – Display Current Actual Freezer and Refrigerator Temperatures To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Keyboard switch test: MEASURE 10K OHMS PRESS PAD NAME MEASURE 10K OHMS Settings KeyThe control will display actual current Freezer and Refrigerator Temperatures for a period of 5 seconds. ACROSS TRACES ACROSS TRACES Option 6 – Force Compressor On Only To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key PRESS PAD NAME 1 AND 4 VACATION MODE 2 AND 7 The control will turn on the Compressor only, and for a period of 4 minutes. After said run time of 4 minutes, the Compressor 1 AND 5 ALARM OFF 2 AND 8 will not be allowed to turn back On until 6 the minute Compressor Dwell Time has expired. DISPLAY ON/OFF 1 AND 6 DISPENSER LOCK 3 AND 4 Option 7 – Force Condenser Fan On Only To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key CONFIRM SETTINGS 1 AND 7 WATER 3 AND 5 In this mode, the control will turn on the Condenser Fan Motor only. MAX FREEZE 1 AND 8 CRUSHED 3 AND 6 Option 8 – Force Evaporator Fan On Only To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key INCREASE FRZ TEMP 2 AND 4 CUBED 3 AND 7 In this mode, the control will turn on the Evaporator Fan Motor only. DECREASE FRZ TEMP 2 AND 5 AUTO LIGHT 3 AND 8 Option 9 – Force Motorized Damper On Only To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key INCREASE REF TEMP 2 AND 6 The control will turn on the appropriate Motorized Damper outputs only. The control will cycle between the two outputs. There DECREASE REF TEMP is a short delay between output state changes. MAX COOL Option 10 – Display Door Opening Count To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key The control will keep track (for the last 168 hours): the number of both door openings, number of door openings greater than High Volt Board – JP2 connector 15 seconds, and length of longest door opening. The character ‘d’ represents the Number of Door Openings, ‘F’ for Number of Door Openings greater than 15 seconds, and ‘L’ for Longest Door Opening. The corresponding counts/time will then be Pin Color Signal State Definition displayed in the Refrigerator Temperature Display section. If the maximum door open time is above 99 minutes, then the 240VAC Lock Mode Engaged: control will display two dashes (–). Use the Refrigerator Temperature Set keys to scroll through the counts/time data. 1 BU/WH Lock Relay – Input 0 VAC – All other states. Option 11 – Display Defrost Terminator Status To enter or exit from this option, press the Confirm Settings Key The control shall display the status of the Defrost Terminator in the Refrigerator Temperature Display section. The character 2 N/C ‘dC’ represents a closed terminator; while ‘dO’ represents an open terminator. Ice Chute Solenoid Mode b – Calibration and Feature Changes 3 GY/WH 120 VDC – Ice Chute Door 0 VAC – Solenoid Not (Please see Technical Bulletin ITDR-0001-S for specific information regarding this option.) Water Valve Solenoid Energized Energized Exit 4 VT Cavity Light 240VAC – Water Valve On Full Bright Level: 240VAC 0 VAC – Water Valve Off 5 VT/BK Half Bright Level: 130 VAC 0 VAC – Cavity Light Off

Low Volt Board – JP3 connector High Volt Board – JP5 connector

Low Volt Board – JP4 connector

Pin Color Signal Pin Color Signal

1 BU Dispenser Switch 1 RD/BK 24 VDC (To Ground)

2 2 GY Communication Link Transmit

The control shall exit the Service Mode under any of the following conditions: 3 RD Sports Fill Switch 3 RD Communication Link Receive

4 BK Common 4 WH/BR Ground

Any loss of Power to the unit, or the simultaneous combination of the following keys pressed: Alarm Off and Auto Light keys, or 30 minutes of inactivity. To restart unit press the Freezer Down Arrow Key and set freezer temperature to appropriate temperature and press the Confirm Settings Key. Fresh food Temperature can be adjusted by raising or lowering the Refrigerator Temperature Arrow Keys and pressing the Confirm Settings Key.

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Dispenser Troubleshooting Dispenser Troubleshooting

Low Volt Board – JP1 connector Water Water valve stuck Check voltage at water valve. If line voltage is not present at the valve, flowing open. then change water valve. Pin Color Signal Measure VDC between pins 1 and 3 or 2 and 3. continuously without Dispensing switch 1 PK Freezer Thermistor Voltage should be between 0 and 5 V. Voltage stuck closed Otherwise go to the frame below. Changes with Thermistor resistance and pressing the 2 VT Refrigerator Thermistor temperature dispensing Check across pins 1 to 4 of the dispenser connector If reading is 0 VDC, then the switch is button. (JP3) on the low volt board. closed in error. Troubleshoot the pad 3 YL Common assembly or Front Fill button and switch. Without pressing dispenser switch the voltage should be Repair or replace as necessary. High Volt Board – F series tab connectors 0.5 VDC.

Pin Color Signal State Definition 240 VAC Compressor on 0 VAC Compressor off F1 WH Neutral If voltage measures ok, then replace the replace the high volt board. F2 RD Line Failed or Open the door signaled as being open. Manually close Adjust door, door switch or replace the improperly adjusted the door switch. door switch as needed to turn off the F3 BU Compressor Cannot turn door or the door alarm. off the door switch. Does the alarm stop? If so, then check the door Symptom Possible Cause Test Procedure Repair alarm and adjustment. Otherwise go to the next frame below. If the voltage levels are correct, then Verify power to unit and High voltage board There should be line voltage across F1 the display Failed wiring Power down the unit. Unplug the JP1 connector from the replace the High volt board. Otherwise Dead Control Failed transformer and F2. harness or board. Return power to the unit. Disconnect connector determine source of open by performing Board (Low on high voltage Unplug the refrigerator. If no voltage check incoming power. says one of connection to the and measure voltage across pin 7 (Refrigerator door) or additional continuity checks with the unit Volt Board): board (High voltage Remove the small 4-pin connector (JP5) at the bottom of If the correct voltage is not measured, the doors is power board. pin 8 (Freezer door) in the harness connector. For powered off. No display board) the power board from the power board. Power up the then replace the power board (High Volt open all the refrigerator side, with door closed, line voltage should be No sound refrigerator. Take a voltage reading between pins 1 and Board). time. present. For freezer side, line voltage should be present No pin 4 at the very bottom of the header on the PCB. The when the door is open. dispensing reading will be 18-24 VDC. If voltage reading is ok, then go to frame Access the low voltage board behind the façade. below. Refrigerator Open circuit in Take voltage reading across pins 1 and 4 on the JP4 If the correct voltage is not measured, Control not Keyboard tail not Reinstall the keyboard tail into the control board and Replace the keyboard if it fails the test. does not turn power supply from connector. The reading will be 18-24 VDC. then locate source of open and responding fully inserted into retest. on High Volt Board to repair/replace as necessary. to keyboard control board If the control does not respond to keyboard pad presses Otherwise go to frame below. Low Volt Board. Verify control is not in the LOCK mode – LOCK LED will If voltage reading is ok, then replace Low pad presses header. then test the keyboard as defined above. Replace the keyboard if it fails the test. be illuminated if in lock mode. volt board. Otherwise replace the control board. Access Low Voltage Board with the unit powered up Press and hold lock key for 3 seconds to Lock and hidden De-active all lock features and try pressing keypad measure the voltage across pins 1 and 4 of JP3 unlock dispenser. lock features are again. connector. When the switch is not pressed, there should activated. Neither ice In lock mode be 0.5 VDC. When switch pressed there will be 0 VDC. If voltage levels are not correct, then Take voltage reading across pins 2 to 4 and pins 1 to 3 If voltage is not correct, then verify same nor water Take voltage reading across pins 2 to 4 and pins 1 to 3 repair/replace switch or dispenser Open circuit in of the JP4 connector on Low Volt Board. The voltage voltage levels on JP5 connector of the ever Mechanical failure of the JP4 connector on Low Volt Board. The voltage pad/pushbutton assembly. Other wise go communication link reading across 2 to 4 should be 4 – 5 VDC. The voltage High volt board. If voltage level is correct at dispenses. of pushbutton or reading across 2 to 4 should be 4 – 5 VDC. The voltage to frame below. reading across pins 1 to 3 should be 18-24 VDC. High volt board, but not at low volt board, dispenser pad, or reading across pins 1 to 3 should be 18-24 VDC. then check continuity in circuit. If voltage switch. If voltage is not correct, then verify same levels are correct at both boards, then Open circuit in Check voltage at water valve. There should be line voltage levels on JP5 connector of the replace low volt board. Otherwise replace communication link voltage across the terminals. High volt board. If voltage level is correct high volt board. at High volt board, but not at low volt board, then check continuity in circuit. If Electronic notes: voltage levels are correct at both boards, Water never Failed water valve. then replace low volt board. Otherwise 1) There is a 60 second delay upon power up before the refrigeration system components will be energized. dispenses. replace high volt board. 2) If the water valve or auger motor connections are not made (similar to open circuit) the control will Lock out the

If line voltage is present, then replace dispenser functions (Lock LED will also illuminate). water valves. Otherwise, continue 3) Under normal run conditions the damper motor operation will suspend when either door is open. The evaporator motor determination by using the same test procedure as NEITHER ICE NOR WATER will turn off if the freezer door is open. EVER DISPENSES. 4) Fault code ES in the display represents shorted Thermistor. Fault code EO in the display represents open Thermistor.

Error in display represents open communication link between boards.

Ice never Failed auger motor Check voltage at auger motor. There should be line If line voltage is present, then replace Service Mode dispenses voltage across the terminals auger motor. Otherwise, continue determination by using the same test procedure as NEITHER ICE NOR WATER The Service Mode is used for manual and automated testing of the control and its outputs through internal voltage EVER DISPENSES. checks. It will also act as the platform in which to update various control variables and to change calibration levels. Qualified service technicians should use the service mode only. Auger motor Motor is cycling on Check across pins 1 and 4 of the dispenser JP3 If the reading is 0 VDC, then the dispenser General continuously thermal overload. connector on the low voltage board. switch is closed in error. Troubleshoot the To turn unit into the OFF position press the raise Freezer Temperature Arrow Key until 5 is in the display and press cycling on Switch is stuck pad assembly and switch. Repair or Confirm Settings Key. Press the raise Freezer Temperature Arrow Key until OFF is in the display and press Confirm and off when closed or Without pressing dispenser switch the voltage should be replace as necessary. Settings Key. Note Unit must be in OFF setting to enter Service Mode. dispenser mechanical 0.5 VDC. To enter the Service Mode press the Alarm Off and Vacation key simultaneously for 5 seconds. Then press the Alarm button is not obstruction is Off and Auto Light key simultaneously for an additional 5 seconds. being forcing switch There are levels to the Service Mode. – Mode A and Mode B. Mode A is for system checks and Mode B is for pressed. closure. calibration changes. In each mode, there are a number of options to choose from – see below. To enter or exit from any option, press the Confirm Settings Key. The Water and Main Actuator switches will not work. Check voltage at auger motor Check voltage at JP1-9 and JP1-10 If line voltage is read at either point, and then replace the high volt board.

The Mode is displayed in the Freezer Display section and is controlled by the Freezer Temperature Set keys. The Option is displayed in the Refrigerator Display section and is controlled by the Refrigerator Temperature Set keys. The Left most character display in the Freezer Temperature Display section contains the character ‘S’ to signify that the user is in the Service Mode.

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