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! 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 Refer to Service Manual RS1300005 for installation, operating, disassembly, icemaker, testing, and removed during disassembly must be replaced on correct terminals to ensure proper grounding and polarization. troubleshooting information.

! 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 grounding and polarization.

No-Load Performance, Controls in Normal Position

Kw/24 hr ±0.4 Percent Run Time Cycles/24 hr Refrigerator Center Freezer Compartment ±10% ±25% Compartment Average Food Average Food 65° 90° 110° 65° 90° 110° Temperature ±3°F Temperature ±3°F Ambient °F 65° 90° 110° 65° 90° 110° 22 cu ft 1.14 1.98 3.62 65° 90° 110°

31 54 91 37 32 12 36 37 37 -1 0 -1

Temperature Relationship Test Chart

T-1 Outlet T-2 Inlet T-3 Suction Line Average Total Suction Head Pressure ±3°F ±3°F ±7°F Wattage ±10% ± 5 PSIG Pressure ±2 PSIG

Ambient °F 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 22 cu ft -21 -17 -21 -17 69 94 133 138 4″(vac.) 0 95 145

Schematic

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Component Specifications 12566102 Adaptive Defrost Control (ADC)

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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 grounding and polarization. removed during disassembly must be replaced on correct terminals to ensure proper grounding and polarization.

Part Number Component Specifications all parts 210/220 VAC The ADC adapts the compressor run time between defrosts to achieve optimum defrost intervals by monitoring the cold control and length the C8931612 Compressor run capacitor 115VAC/60HZ unless noted defrost heater is on. R0131673 Compressor 15 µfd ± 10% After initial power up, defrost intervals are 6 hr.(initial), 8 hr.(minimum), 96 hr. (maximum). Defrost is delayed for 4 min. after the control cycles Volt …………………………………………….. compressor off. 12571701 Damper control Capacitance ……………………………….. 865 BTUH Optimum defrost is 15 minutes. Each additional minute the defrost thermostat remains closed, 1 hr. is subtracted from the previous defrost interval. 60 Hz / 152 watts Each minute the thermostat opens prior to optimum defrost, it extends the next defrost interval 1 hr. ADC will terminate defrost at 30 minutes even 12351006 Freezer temperature control BTUH …………………………………………. 19.5 amps± 15% if defrost thermostat has not opened and will reset the defrost interval to the 8 hr. minimum setting,. Watt …………………………………………… 1.35 amps± 15% A 6 minute delay occurs after defrost thermostat opens before compressor is allowed to run. If defrost thermostat opens within 30 seconds of 10884507 Condenser motor Current Lock rotor ………………………… 2.79 ohms± 15% beginning of defrost, delay is by passed. Current Full load…………………………… 4.49 ohms± 15% Four hours of continuous compressor run will initiate a defrost, and defrost interval re-sets to 8 hours. 10449508 Evaporator fan motor Resistance Run windings………………. Resistance Start windings……………… Closing temperatures Power up: If defrost thermostat is open, compressor is powered. 12555902 Overload/Relay 50.6°F If defrost thermostat is closed, defrost is powered. Settings 42.3°F R0131454 Thermostat (Defrost) #1 ………………………………………………. 34.1°F To Force or Terminate defrost: Toggle freezer door light switch 5 times within 6 sec #4 ………………………………………………. If cold control is open, a forced defrost will not occur until the cold control closes, then the ADC will immediately switch the function to defrost. 12566102 Adaptive defrost control #7 ………………………………………………. Temperatures If cold control is closed and defrost terminator or heater circuit is open when defrost is forced, ADC shuts unit down momentarily and immediately 12049801 Evaporator heater 5.3°F ±3° restores power to refrigeration circuit. 12501001 Auger Motor Settings -4.9°F ±1.5° If cold control is closed, a forced defrost is immediate without any delay (When the ADC cycles the unit into defrost on it’s own defrost it is delayed C8931612 Auger Motor Capacitor #1 – out ………………………………………. -9.6°F ±3° until 4 minutes after the compressor has been cycled off by the cold control.) 12544002 Water Valve (primary) #4 – out ………………………………………. When ADC is in defrost, cold control is closed and refrigeration is forced, ADC bypasses 6 minute dwell time. 12544102 Water Valve (secondary) #7 – out ………………………………………. Clockwise 12466104 Light switch 1250 RPM Input Voltage Readings and Checks 12466101 Light switch / Interlock Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) 6.8-8.0 watts @115VAC E2 to E4……………………………………………. Line voltage should be present when the unit is powered 12575401 DC Solenoid (Ice Chute) RPM…………………………………… 0.08-.10 amps @115VAC E6 to E4……………………………………………. Line voltage should be present when the cold control contacts are closed Watt ……………………………………………. E5 to E4……………………………………………. Line voltage should be present when the ADC is in defrost mode and the defrost terminator contacts are Current ……………………………………….. closed Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) Clockwise E7 to E4…………………………………………… Line voltage should be present when the freezer door is open (freezer light switch closed) RPM…………………………………… 2800 RPM Watt…………………………………… 5.9 ±15% watts@115VAC Output Voltage Readings and Checks Note: Fan blade must be fully seated E1 to E4…………………………………………… Line voltage should be present when the ADC is in defrost mode on shaft to achieve proper airflow. 3.51 amps± 15% E3 to E4…………………………………………… Line voltage should be present when the ADC is not in the defrost mode or compressor dwell mode 142°F ±6° Ult. trip amps @ 158°F (70°C) ……….. 257°F ±3° WATER DISPENSER Close temperature………………………. 10 seconds ±5 Open temperature ………………………. 14 amps ±2amps Seconds to dispense 10 oz. water

Short time trip (seconds) ……………….. 120/240 VAC Supply pressure 35 psig 45 psig 55 psig 75 psig Short time trip (amps @77°F (25°C) .. 1000 watts 10/5 amps Filter model 9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 Volt ……………………………………………. Watt …………………………………………… Open Bypass installed Current ……………………………………….. Closed Resistance across terminals: 120VAC, 60 HZ Filter model 11.0 10.0 8.0 7.0 Above 45°F ±5° ……………………………. See adaptive defrost board section Below 15°F ±7° ……………………………. New filter installed Volt …………………………………………….. 115 VAC 450 ±5% watts @ 115VAC A minimum supply pressure of 35 psig for water filter units. Minimum pressure Volt …………………………………………….. requirement ensures that water valves close and sufficient water volume is available to fill icemaker. Wattage ………………………………………. 29 ±5% ohms Proper fill is 140 cc. of water in 7.5 seconds. Failure of water valves to close because of low pressure Resistance ………………………………….. Power to blue and white is clockwise. Power to will result in fill-tube freeze-up or dripping at cavity. Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) orange and white is counterclockwise Dispenser Light 17± 3 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 RPM …………………………………………… 210/220 VAC deactivate sensor by pushing AUTO LIGHT button located on control façade. Green light above AUTO LIGHT button indicates sensor is active. Volt 15 µfd ± 10% Dispenser Lock Capacitance ………………………………… Prevents operation of water and ice dispensers. To activate or deactivate lock, press and hold DISPENSER LOCK button for 3 seconds. Green light above button indicates dispenser lock. Watts …………………………………………. Brown side 35w, Purple side 20w Automatic Lock Out Watts ………………………………………….. Brown side 35w, Purple side 20w Shuts down both ice and water mechanisms of dispenser when either mechanism has run continuously for 3 minutes. To return power to dispenser, press and hold DISPENSER LOCK for 3 seconds. Auger motor shuts off automatically after 3 minutes of continuous operation. After about 3 minutes in shut-off state, Type…………………………………….. SPST NC auger motor resets automatically. Volt……………………………………… 125/250 VAC Filter Status Light Reset Current………………………………….. 8/4 amps Once filter light turns red, it remains red until reset. To reset filter indicator, press both DISPENSER LOCK and WATER pushbuttons simultaneously and hold for 4 seconds. Make sure green light flashes 3 times when indicator resets. Type…………………………………….. SPDT NO/NC NOTE: Refer to Service Bulletin F-896-S for complete diagnostics of Ice ‘N Water dispenser control. Volt……………………………………… 125/250 VAC Sabbath Mode Current………………………………….. 8/4 amps This mode is intended to deactivate power to the LED and dispenser lights, while allowing the controls to remain operational. To activate Sabbath mode: Resistance across leads ……………….. 101ohms ± 10% Press and hold both Dispenser Lock and Auto Light 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 Dispenser Lock and Auto Light buttons simultaneously for 3 to 4 seconds. After 3 to 4 seconds, the LED and dispenser lights will

activate.

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