[pdf-embedder url=’http://appliancetechmanuals.com/wp-content/uploads/whirlpool/tech-sheet-12728122.pdf’ title=’tech-sheet-12728122′]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 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.

! CAUTION

All safety information must be followed as provided in Service Manual RS1300005.

! 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° 26 cu ft 1.3 2.06 2.9 65° 90° 110° 1

37 57 75 34 35 19 33 37 39 -5 -3

Temperature Relationship Test Chart

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

Ambient °F 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 65° 90° 26 cu ft -25 -19 -24 -19 72 98 132 146 6″ vac. 0 87 137

Schematic

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Component Specifications Dispenser Operation

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

Component Specifications all parts Compressor run capacitor 115VAC/60HZ unless noted Compressor Volt …………………………………………….. 210/220 VAC Damper control Freezer temperature control Capacitance ………………………………… 15 µfd ± 10% Condenser motor Evaporator fan motor BTUH………………………………………….. 965 BTUH JAN. 1 5:25 PM

Overload/Relay Watt …………………………………………… 60 Hz / 168 watts MENU CRUSHED CUBED WATER MESSAGE Current Lock rotor…………………………. 19.5 amps± 15% Thermostat Current Full load …………………………… 1.50 amps± 15% Hidden LIGHT Resistance Run windings ………………. 2.79 ohms± 15% Key Pad SENSOR Evaporator heater Resistance Start windings ……………… 4.49 ohms± 15% Adaptive defrost control Auger Motor Settings Closing temperatures FILTERED #1……………………………………………….. 50.6°F WATER #4……………………………………………….. 42.3°F #7……………………………………………….. 34.1°F

Settings Temperatures Seconds to dispense 10 oz. water #1 – out……………………………………….. 5.3°F ±3° #4 – out……………………………………….. -4.9°F ±1.5° Supply pressure 35 psig 45 psig 55 psig 75 psig #7 – out……………………………………….. -9.6°F ±3° Filter model 9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0

Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) Clockwise Bypass installed RPM……………………………………………. Watt ……………………………………………. 1250 RPM Filter model 11.0 10.0 8.0 7.0 Current………………………………………… 4.2 watts± 15%@115VAC 0.063 ma± 15%@115VAC New filter installed

Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) Clockwise A minimum supply pressure of 35 psig for water filter units. Minimum pressure RPM……………………………………………. 2800 RPM requirement ensures that water valves close and sufficient water volume is available to fill icemaker. Watt ……………………………………………. 5.9 ±15% watts@115VAC Proper fill is 140 cc. of water in 7.5 seconds. Failure of water valves to close because of low pressure Note: Fan blade must be fully seated on shaft to achieve proper airflow. 3.51 amps± 15% will result in fill-tube freeze-up or dripping at cavity. Ult. trip amps @ 158°F (70°C)………… 142°F ±6° 257°F ±3° Adaptive Defrost Board (ADC) Close temperature ………………………. 10 seconds ±5 Open temperature ………………………. 14 amps ±2amps The ADC adapts the compressor run time between defrosts to achieve optimum defrost intervals by monitoring the cold control and Short time trip (seconds) ……………….. length the defrost heater is on. Short time trip (amps @77°F (25°C) .. 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 compressor off. Volt ……………………………………………. 120/240 VAC Optimum defrost is 15 minutes. Each additional minute the defrost thermostat remains closed, 1 hr. is subtracted from the previous Watt …………………………………………… 1000 watts defrost interval. Each minute the thermostat opens prior to optimum defrost, it extends the next defrost interval 1 hr. ADC will Current………………………………………… 10/5 amps terminate defrost at 30 minutes even if defrost thermostat has not opened and will reset the defrost interval to the 8 hr. minimum Resistance across terminals: setting. Open A 6 minute delay occurs after defrost thermostat opens before compressor is allowed to run. If defrost thermostat opens within 30 Above 45°F ±5° ………………………….. Closed seconds of beginning of defrost, delay is by passed. Below 15°F ±7°…………………………… Four hours of continuous compressor run will initiate a defrost, and defrost interval re-sets to 8 hours.

Volt …………………………………………….. 115 VAC Power up If defrost thermostat is open, compressor is powered momentarily. ADC checks to confirm defrost thermostat is open and immediately restores compressor circuit. This check may cause compressor overload to trip in high ambient conditions. Wattage ………………………………………. 450 ±5% watts @ 115VAC This is normal, compressor should start back up within 5 minutes. Resistance…………………………………… 29 ±5% ohms If defrost thermostat is closed, defrost is powered.

Volt …………………………………………….. 120VAC, 60 HZ To Force or Terminate defrost: Toggle freezer door light switch 5 times within 6 sec Rotation (facing end opposite shaft) See adaptive defrost board section 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 Power to blue and white is clockwise. Power to defrost. orange and white is counterclockwise If cold control is closed and defrost terminator or heater circuit is open when defrost is forced, ADC shuts unit down momentarily and immediately restores power to refrigeration circuit. Water Valve (primary) RPM …………………………………………… 17± 3 RPM 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 Water Valve (secondary) Brown side 35w, Purple side 20w it is delayed until 4 minutes after the compressor has been cycled off by the cold control.) Light switch Watts …………………………………………. Brown side 35w, Purple side 20w When ADC is in defrost, cold control is closed and refrigeration is forced, ADC bypasses 6 minute dwell time. Watts ………………………………………….. Input Voltage Readings and Checks Light switch / Interlock SPST NC E2 to E4……………………………………………. Line voltage should be present when the unit is powered Type…………………………………….. 125/250 VAC E6 to E4……………………………………………. Line voltage should be present when the cold control contacts are closed DC Solenoid (Ice Chute) Volt……………………………………… 8 / 6 amps E5 to E4……………………………………………. Line voltage should be present when the ADC is in defrost mode and the defrost terminator Current………………………………….. SPDT NO/NC Type…………………………………….. 125/250 VAC contacts are closed Volt……………………………………… 8 / 6 amps E7 to E4 …………………………………………… Line voltage should be present when the freezer door is open (freezer light switch closed) Current………………………………….. 101 ohms ± 10% Resistance across leads ……………….. Output Voltage Readings and Checks

E1 to E4 …………………………………………… Line voltage should be present when the ADC is in defrost mode

E3 to E4 Line voltage should be present when the ADC is not in the defrost mode or compressor

dwell mode.

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Dispenser Troubleshooting Dispenser Troubleshooting

Symptom Possible Cause Test Procedure Repair ! CAUTION Dispenser light never The bulb is not Check to see if the bulb is tight in the socket. Screw the bulb in tight. turns on. screwed in tight in the To avoid risk of damaging electronic circuit board. Electro-Static Wrist strap must be worn when replacing electronic socket. Check the bulb for continuity. Replace the bulb. circuit board. No prerecorded sounds The bulb filament has or messages can be opened. Test for the presence of line voltage across the Repair/replace the bulb socket. Freezer Door Harness connection to the power board: heard. The bulb socket terminals on the socket while dispensing. contacts are not Done. Pin Color Power Signal and State Definition contacting the bulb Press the MESSAGE PAD. Record and play Board metal surface. back a message. Adjust the volume until it can If the reading is within range, then The volume is set too be heard. replace the control board. Otherwise, Graphic low. Measure the resistance of the speaker and wire replace the speaker or repair the wire Marking harness. It should be 8 +/- 1 Ohms. connection. A speaker wire is not The voltage should being cycling 1 WH NEU LINE NEUTRAL INPUT (TOP PIN OF 0 VAC CONSTANT attached or is broken. Set up meter to read 5 VDC. Press the between 5 and 0 VDC. LARGE CONNECTOR) MESSAGE PAD. Record a message and press If it does not, then replace the control STOP button. The message LED should begin board, otherwise replace the 2 N/C NO CONNECTION to flash. If it does not, then measure the voltage keyboard. from pin 4 of the dispenser switch header J4 on 3 RD/WH FF FRESH FOOD DOOR INPUT DOOR OPEN DOOR CLOSED the control board to R14 just above and to the If user messages cannot be heard but right of the keyboard connector. prerecorded sounds can be heard, 0 VAC 115 VAC Press the MESSAGE PAD. Record and play then replace the Control board. back a message. Try adjusting the volume. 4 VT FZ FREEZER DOOR INPUT DOOR OPEN DOOR CLOSED

No message LED Failed keyboard. 115 VAC 0 VAC

5 RD L1 LINE POWER INPUT 115 VAC CONSTANT

6 YL WAT WATER SOLENOID OUTPUT VALVE ON VALVE OFF

115 VAC 0 VAC

7 OR CUB CUBED ICE MOTOR DRIVE CUBE WINDING CUBE WINDING

ON 115 VAC OFF 0 VAC

Prerecorded sounds Control board 8 BU CSH CRUSHED ICE MOTOR DRIVE CRUSHED CRUSHED WINDING are ok but cannot hear microphone user messages at all. malfunctioning WINDING OFF 0 VAC

ON 115 VAC

Messages can be The NO SOUND From the dispenser screen press the MENU If it works, then done. 9 GY ICE ICE CHUTE SOLENOID OUTPUT SOLENOID ENERGIZED SOLENOID NOT ENERGIZED heard but there are no option has been set in pad. For the SOUND Option select either If it fails, then verify the volume is prerecorded sounds the control. TONE or VOICE and retest. turned up loud enough to hear. If it still 115 VAC 0 VAC fails then replace the control board. Control not responding Keyboard tail not fully Reinstall the keyboard tail into the control board Replace the keyboard if it fails the test, 10 BR LIT NIGHT-LIGHT OUTPUT NIGHT-LIGHT OFF HALF-BRIGHT LEVEL to keyboard pad inserted into control and retest. otherwise replace the control board. presses board header. If the control does not respond to keyboard pad (BOTTOM PIN OF LARGE 0 VAC 65 VAC presses then test the keyboard as defined Done. CONNECTOR) OR Night-Light is always The LIGHT option is above. on. Sometimes it is dim configured ON. When the LIGHT is ON, then in low light the FULL BRIGHT LEVEL and sometimes it is light is on at ½ power and when there is a lot of 115 VAC bright. ambient light, the light is on full power. Jumper Harness from the power board header J1 to the Dispenser Switch Harness control board header J1:

Pin Color Signal Pin Color Signal DISPENSER SWITCH 1 GY NIGHT-LIGHT (0, 2 or 4 VDC) (TOP PIN OF SMALL 1 BU CONNECTOR ON POWER BOARD)

2 BR AC INPUT (both doors open or closed – 2.0 VDC, FZ door open – 2 RD WATER SWITCH 5VDC, FF door open – < 0.5 VDC) N/C LCD Module is hard to The LCD backlight From the dispenser screen, press and hold the Done. 3 read. has been turned off. MENU pad for 3 seconds until the screen changes. Press the buttons under the arrow Done. 3 VT AC REF (2.0 – 2.5 VDC continuous) 4 BK COMMON LCD backlight The LCD Contrast is pads until TURN ON THE DISPLAY LIGHT is sometimes is dim, too low. highlighted. Press the pad under SELECT to No manual adjustment is available. 4 OR ICE CHUTE (5VDC WHEN ENERGIZED) sometimes bright. turn on the display light. No LCD Graphics Automatic backlight If the answer to either of these 5 BU CRUSHED ICE (5VDC WHEN ENERGIZED) visible level adjustment. From the dispenser screen press MENU pad 3 questions is YES, then replace the times until SET AUDIO VOLUME appears in LCD module. Otherwise replace the 6 RD CUBED ICE (5VDC WHEN ENERGIZED) December 2002 Failed LCD Module or the display banner. Press SELECT pad to control board. control board. display the SET LCD CONTRAST screen. 7 YL WATER (5VDC WHEN ENERGIZED) Press the up and down arrows until the desired contrast is achieved. 8 WH VCC (5VDC CONSTANT) The LCD backlight has 3 separate levels; low, 9 N/C NO CONNECTION medium and high. When the room is dark the backlight automatically will be in the low state. 10 BK GROUND (BOTTOM PIN OF SMALL CONNECTOR) In medium light level conditions the LCD backlight will be at a medium level. In bright Keyboard switch test: rooms the LCD backlight level will be high. PRESS PAD NAME MEASURE 100 – 500 OHMS ACROSS TRACES 1. Press the message pad to get into the message center. MESSAGE 2 AND 4 2. Press the LEFT pad under the display to MENU 3 AND 4 record a message. Speak into the microphone area for about 10 seconds. LEFT 1 AND 3 3. Press the LEFT pad again to stop recording. CENTER 1 AND 4 Does the message begin to flash on and off? RIGHT 1 AND 5 4. Press the MESSAGE pad and then press and hold the CENTER pad under the display to HIDDEN 2 AND 5 begin playback of the message and begin increasing the volume of the playback. Can the MESSAGE LED CIRCUIT 7 TO 8 (< 2 K OHMS) recorded message be heard? 8 TO 7 (INFINITE OHMS) 8 12728122 December 2002 5 12728122 Dispenser Troubleshooting Dispenser Troubleshooting Symptom Possible Cause Test Procedure Repair Symptom Possible Cause Test Procedure Repair Open circuit in the If the correct voltage is not measured, Listen for auger motor operation while the switch is Dead L1 RED wire in the Unplug the refrigerator. then locate source of the open on L1 or Ice never Failed ice chute pressed. If the auger motor is operating, then check that If line voltage is present, then repair/replace Control: freezer door the ground wire/connection to the wall dispenses. solenoid the ice chute door is not mechanically stuck closed. If the wiring to the solenoid. No display harness. Remove the large 10-pin connector from the power outlet and repair/replace as necessary. Animation there is not a mechanical problem, then check for line No sound board. Power up the refrigerator. Take line voltage If voltage reading is ok, then go to the displays when voltage across the solenoid during operation. If line Otherwise check for 5.0 VDC present at the No Open circuit in the reading between RED wire on pin 5 (L1) on the frame below. switch is closed. voltage is present then replace the solenoid. Otherwise, power board J1 pins 4 to 10. If 5.0 dispensing neutral WHITE wire connector across to the unit chassis. The reading must If the correct voltage is not measured, verify that there is line voltage on J2 of the power board in the freezer door be line voltage level. then locate source of the open and pins 1 to 9 during operation. VDC is present, then replace the power harness. repair/replace as necessary. If break in board. If no voltage is present, then check Perform test above first, then if it passes, take line the wire is not accessible, then replace the Set up meter to read 5 VDC. Check across pins 1 and 4 the same pins on J1 of the control board. voltage reading between RED wire pin 5 (L1) on the door. of the dispenser connector. If 5 VDC is present on the control board connector across to WHITE wire pin 1 (NEU). The If voltage reading is ok, then go to the Without pressing dispenser switch the voltage should be then repair/replace the harness, else reading must be line voltage level. frame below. 5 VDC. replace the control board. If the correct voltage is not measured, Failed power board Unplug the refrigerator. then replace the power board. Auger motor Motor is cycling If the reading is 0 VDC, then the dispenser continuously on thermal switch is closed in error. Troubleshoot the Failed control Remove the small 10-pin connector at the bottom of the If voltage reading is ok, then go to the cycling on and off overload. Switch pad assembly and switch. Repair or replace board or LCD power board from the power board. Power up the frame below. when dispenser is stuck closed or as necessary. Module. refrigerator. Take a voltage reading between pin 8 and button is not being mechanical pin 10 at the very bottom of the header on the PCB. If the correct voltage is present, then pressed. obstruction is If voltage measures ok, then remove probe The reading must be 5.0 VDC +/- 0.25 VDC. replace the control board. forcing switch from pin 1 and check voltage at J1 pins 4 closure. and 5. If 5 VDC is read at either point, then Place one Probe left of the C4 graphic on the PCB. The If the correct voltage is not present, then replace the control board otherwise replace other probe needs to be placed on the solder test point disconnect the LCD Module tail at the Water flowing Water valve stuck Open the freezer door. the power board. just right of J1 the 10 pin header. control board and check the voltage again. continuously open. Now if the correct voltage is present, without pressing a Set up meter to read 5 VDC. Check across pins 1 to 4 If the water flow does not stop, then replace Control Board replace the LCD Module. dispensing button. Dispensing switch and 2 to 4 of the dispenser connector. the water valve. stuck closed Without pressing dispenser switch the voltage should be ATTACH LEADS OF VOLTMETER HERE If the black and white jumper harness 5 VDC. Otherwise go to the frame below. wires are not making good contact, then INVENSYS repair/replace the jumper harness wires, If either reading is 0 VDC, then the switch is otherwise replace the control board. closed in error. Troubleshoot the pad APPLIANCE assembly or Front Fill button and switch. CONTROLS Repair or replace as necessary. C4 *2 If voltage measures ok, then remove probe J1 CTRL OUT from pin 1 and check voltage at J1 pin 7. If 5 VDC is read, then replace the control Either ice or 1. Open wire on With the unit powered up, connect a voltmeter If there is 0 VDC, then disconnect the board otherwise replace the power board. water never the dispenser configured for DC volts: dispenser harness and read the meter dispenses. harness again. Cannot turn off Failed or Open the door signaled as being open. Manually close Adjust door, door switch or replace the door Animation For a "no auger motor operation", check across pins 1 If there is still 0 VDC then replace the the door alarm improperly the door switch. switch as needed to turn off the alarm. does not 2. Control board and 4 of the dispenser connector. For a "no water flow", control board. and the display adjusted door or display when failure. check across pins 2 and 4 of the dispenser connector. Otherwise if the meter reads 5.0 VDC, says one of the the door switch. Does the alarm stop? If so, then check the door the switch is then close the switch. The meter must doors is open all adjustment. Otherwise go to the next frame below. pressed. 3. Switch failure When the switch is not pressed there should be 5.0 read 0VDC. If it does not, then test the the time. VDC. When the switch is pressed, there should be 0 dispenser harness connections, water and 4. Mechanical VDC. dispenser switch function and mechanical Failed wiring Unplug the refrigerator. Remove the façade from the If the voltage readings are incorrect, then failure of functioning of the pushbuttons. harness or door. Disconnect the freezer door harness from the power down the refrigerator and replace the pushbutton or Measure voltage without pressing the switch. The meter Repair or replace as needed. connection to the power board. power board. dispenser pad. should measure 5.0 VDC. power board. Setup voltmeter to read line voltage. Attach meter If the proper voltages are read, then the To test the freezer door connections, attach the Otherwise power down the refrigerator. Water never Failed control probes to Power board J2 pins 1 (WH) and 6 (YL). problem is in the wiring back to the water voltmeter probes to J2, VT wire (pin 4) and WH (pin 10) Attach the control board to the unit. Move dispenses. board, power When the system is powered up and the dispenser valve or one of the water valves. on the harness. Set up the meter for line voltage AC the probes to J1 pins 10 and 2 on the Animation board, water valve switch is open, <15 VAC must be read. When the switch type. Place the meter so that it is not held or touching control board. Repeat the last test. If the displays or harness. is closed, line voltage must be read. If the proper voltages are not read, then any metal. voltage readings are incorrect, then replace when the setup voltmeter to read 5.0 VDC. the jumper harness, otherwise replace the switch is Setup voltmeter to read line voltage. Attach meter Measure voltage on the power board from Power up the refrigerator. There must be line voltage control board. pressed. probes to Power board J2 pins 1 (WH) and 7 (OR) for J1 pins 7 to 10. 5 VDC must be read when across the meter when the door is closed and <15 VAC cubed ice or 8 (BL) for crushed ice direction. When the the switch is closed. when the door is open. system is powered up and the dispenser switch is open, Ice never Failed control <15 VAC must be read. When the switch is closed, line If the proper voltage is read, then replace To test the refrigerator door connections, use the same dispenses. board, power voltage must be read. the power board otherwise check the procedure as for the freezer door test above except Animation board, auger motor harness and replace either the harness or attach the voltmeter probes to J2, RD/WH wire (pin 3) displays or harness. the control board. and WH (pin 10) on the harness. when switch is closed. If the proper voltages are read, then the problem is in the wiring back to the auger motor or the auger motor itself. If the proper voltages are not read, then setup voltmeter to read 5VDC. Measure voltage on the power board from J1 pins 6 (RD) for cubed or 5 (BU) for crushed and pin 10 (BK). 5 VDC must be read when the switch is closed. 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