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W11098460 A

* Normal operating conditions are PERFORMANCE DATA viewed when the air and temperature *( NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS ) controls are at mid-sitting, Electrical Shock Hazard freezer section 0 to -5 $ F and unit AMB SYSTEM PRESSURE Disconnect power before servicing. is cycling. ( PSIG ) Replace all parts and panels before operating. Failure to do so can result in death or NOTE: Watt and pressure readings WATTS HIGH SIDE LOW SIDE electrical shock. will vary and are influnced by the existing condition of the appliance, 70 $ 140 # 2095 # 20 -7 TO 3 such as iced-up evaporator, condition 90 $ 150 # 20135 # 20 -4 TO 3 110 $ 170 # 20185 # 20 -2 TO 4 of condenser, defrost cycle, pull-down time and customer use. ( OIL COOLER IS OPTIONAL ) EMBRACO

SUCTION TUBE

SERVICE INFORMATION ( W11101073 A ) PROCESS TUBE

1. COMPRESSOR SUCTION AND PROCESS STUBS MAY NOT BE INTERCHANGED UNLESS INDICATED BY **. DISCHARGE 2. REFRIGERANT CHARGE MUST BE APPLIED TO HIGH SIDE ONLY. MANUALLY START CYCLE. OIL COOLER 3. ICE MAKER AND WATER VALVE NOT ORIGINAL EQUIPTMENT ON ALL MODELS. 4. NOTE: ICE MAKER CYCLE MUST BE INITIATED ELECTRICALLY. DO NOT TRY TO EG SERIES 5. SERVICE DEFROST BI-METALS 50 $ F OPEN. 6. PART NUMBER CAN BE FOUND ON THE COMPONENT.

SERVICEABLE ELECTRICAL PARTS MATRIX ( COMPONENTS BY CUBIC FOOT SIZE )

SERVICEABLE PARTS 30 CUBIC FT 21, 25, 26 AND 27 CUBIC FT WATTAGE RESISTANCE

120V

COMPRESSOR EGX80 EGYS70 EGX60 EGX70

W10120457 W10260368 W10253005 W10200250

RUN WINDINGS * 1-5

START WINDINGS * 3-11

START DEVICE, OVERLOAD See Note 6

RUN CAPACITOR (IF EQUIPPED) See Note 6

THERMISTOR W10309233 2.7K @77°F, 7.964K @36°F, 23.345K @0°F

MAIN CONTROL (Unit copartment) See Note 6

USER INTERFACE See Note 6

BAFFLE MODULE ( OPT ) W10251495 / W10268666

DEFROST TIMER ( OPT ) See Note 6

ADAPTIVE DEFROST ** ( OPT ) See Note 6

ADC/FILTER INDICATOR (OPT) See Note 6

DEFROST HEATER See Note 6 435-465 28-34

DEFROST BI-METAL See Note 6

EVAPORATOR FAN See Note 6 2-9

CONDENSER FAN See Note 6 3-12

** PRIMARY SOURCE PART NUMBER

ELECTRONIC CONTROL FEATURES

The dispenser user interface in this appliance controls both the product cooling and the dispensing systems. The product cooling diagnostics are first (see this page) followed by the electronic control in this appliance controls the temperatures in the refrigerator and freezer compartments dispensing diagnostics (see back of this page). The cooling portion of the defrost heater. The fan delay and pulsed defrost features are controlled in the following manner: independently, delays the operation of the evaporator fan, and pulses the from coming on for 60 seconds after the compressor has turned on, and the evaporator fan stays on

1. Evaporator Fan Delay – The electronic control delays the evaporator fan continuously for the first 5 minutes. It is then cycled off for 60 seconds and on for 120 seconds. This time ( 21 minutes ) is reached. for 90 seconds after the compressor has turned off. SERVICE DIANOSTICS MODE 2. Pulsed Defrost Heat – During the defrost cycle the heater is energized

on/off cycle is repeated until the bi-metal opens or the maximum defrost

To ENTER SERVICE DIAGNOSTICS ModPer:ess SW1 and SW2 simultaneously for 3 seconds. Release both buttons when you hear the CHIME indicator.

Unit must not be in Lockout prior to entering SERVICE DIAGNOSTIC MODE. SWITCH DIAGRAM

The display will show 01 to indicate the control is in step 1 of the diagnostics routine. SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6

To EXIT SERVICE DIAGNOSTICS Mo, ddoeone of the following 3 options:

1)Press SW1 and SW2 simultaneously for 3 seconds.

2) Disconnect the product from power.

3) Allow 20 minutes to pass.

Following the exit of the diagnostic mode, the controls will then resume normal operation.

Cooling diagnostics are steps 1 through 7. Dispensing diagnostics are steps 8 through 30.

Each step must be manually advanced. Press SW5 to move to the next step in the sequence. Press SW4 to back up in the sequence to the previous step.Diagnostics will begin dispenser user interface display 2 seconds after the step at Step 1.Each step is displayed in the two digits of the dispenser user interface display. The step results are displayed in the two digits on status of the step is being displayed. number is displayed.An amber LED will be shown to designate that the step number is being displayed and a red LED will be shown to designate that the appliancseecfoonrds1.0 Re-apply All button and pad inputs shall be ignored and all inputs shall be off, except as described in the actions for each step.

Note: The ice door motor cycles 1 minute after an ice dispensing.

Service TiIpf: the control does not resrpeomnodv,e power from the entire power,

wait 10 seconds, and perform the service drioaugtnionset.ics

Step No. Component Tested Suggested Diagnostics Routine: COOLING system steps 1-7. DISPENSING system steps 8-30. Component Status Indicator

1 FC thermistor This is an internal board test. The board will check the resistance value of the thermistor and display the 01=Pass results on the RC Temp Display. the thermistor and display the 02=Open 03=Short 2 RC thermistor This is an internal board test. The board will check the resistance value of 01=Fan ON, Air Baffle is open results on the RC Temp Display. 02=Fan ON, Air Baffle is closed (not available on motors without feedback) Evaporator fan motor and Verify air flow from the evaporator fan. Check to see if the baffle opens and closes. 3 01=ON Line voltage switched to components from board, Verify 120VAC between line and neutral at motor. 02=OFF Air baffle motor

Compressor/Condenser 4

Fan Motor

5 N/A N/A (This step bypassed automatically) N/A

6 Defrost heater/Bi-metal Line voltage switched to components from board, verify 120VAC between line and neutral at heater. Blank Untill get a valid reading Under some conditions, the Bi-metal can take a few minutes to close the circuit. Note: If Bi-metal is open, 01 = Bimetal Closed it will need to be by-passed for heater to operate. See Note below. 02 = Bimetal Open

7 Defrost Mode The Defrost Mode can be set by using SW3. In ADC Mode the product will to maximum of 96 hours 01 = ADC ON automatically defrost after a minimum of 8 hours of compressor runtime and up will automatically defrost 02 = Basic Mode ON (8 hour timer) of compressor runtime, depending upon product usage. In Basic Mode the product before exiting the after 8 hours of compressor runtime. The Defrost Mode must be set to ADC ON Service Diagnostic Mode. Press SW5 to indicate the completion of this step and to continue with dispenser service routine.

ATTENTIIOFN:BI-METAL IS BY-PASSED FOR TESTING ( IF APPLICABLE ), DO ONVOETRHEAT EVAPORATOR AREA.

LIT-SERVICE LIT-SERVICE

06-Mar-2017 18:12:44 EST ” RELEASED InSsHoEmEeTEuNroOp.ean factories the leSttHeEr E”WT” NoOf t.he part code mentioned herein will be automatically

W11101071 A replacedWby1t1he1n0u1mb0e7r “1400A0” (e.g. “W12345678” becomes “400012345678”)

SERVICE SHEET

Electrical Shock Hazard DISPENSER USER INTERFACE DISPLAY DIGITS Disconnect power before servicing. Replace all parts and panels before operating. Digit 1 Digit 2 Failure to do so can result in death or Amber LED-Order filter electrical shock. Red LED-Replace filter

SERVICE INFORMATION ( W10649499 B) NOTE:The step number is shown first,followed by the status of the step 2 seconds after the step number is displayed.When the step number is being shown,the amber LED will be on.When the status of the step is being shown,the red LED will be on.

SWITCH DIAGRAM

SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 SW5 SW6

Step # Component Tested Suggested Diagnostics Routine: COOLING system steps 1-7. DISPENSING system steps 8-30. Component Status Indicator Verify that all LED indicators and UI display digits turn on automatically. 8 All UI indicators All indicators ON

Digit 1 Digit 2

1 0 = SW1 Pressed

2 0 = SW2 Pressed

Displays the User Interface Buttons and Ice and Water Pads status as described in the Component Status 3 0 = SW3 Pressed Indicator column. Diagnostics. 6 0 = SW6 Pressed NOTE: 9 UI Button and Pad Test Do not use SW4 and SW5 as these are used only to navigate through the Service

0 1 = Ice Pad Pressed

0 2 = Water Pad Pressed

0 3 = Ice and Water Pads Pressed

NOTE: SW4 and SW5 ARE USED FOR NAVIGATION

AND ARE NOT DISPLAYED.

10 N/A N/A (This step is bypassed automatically) N/A

11 Dispenser Lighting Pressing SW3 will change the dispenser lighting setting from OFF(0%) to ON(100%) To DIM(50%) Blank

12 N/A N/A (This step is bypassed automatically) change status. N/A 01 = ON Dispenser Housing Displays the Dispenser Housing Heater status on the UI display. Press SW3 to and 02 = OFF 13 and N/A N/A (This step is bypassed automatically) dispence and verify that the Heater Status N/A (This step is bypassed automatically) indicator.NOTE:Ice door will have Displays the RC Door status in realtime on the UI display. Verify that the open heater to be toggled on and off 14 N/A close status display correctly the water filter on Displays the FC Door status in realtime on the UI display. Verify that the open filter on the 15 N/A close status display correctly. used since last reset N/A Displays the Ice Door stepper motor state on the UI display.Initiate ice since last reset on 01 = RC Door Open 16 RC Door Switch Input mechanical operation of the ice door coorresponds to the component status on the UI 02 = RC Door Closed a delay in closing after an ice dispence is initiated. 01 = FC Door Open 17 FC Door Switch Input If this feature is available on the product,this step will allow the fill tube UI display. 02 = FC Door Closed throught the use of SW3. on the UI display. 18 Ice Door Motor Displays in two sequential flashes the total water usage rating in gallons for 01=Closed,02=Opening,03=Open,04=Closing the UI display. Wait until dash is displayed which means end of the number. 19 Fill tube heater status Displays in two sequential flashes the total time rating in days for the water 01=ON,02=OFF UI display. Wait until dash is displayed which means end of the number. 00/0- to 99/9- 20 Water Filter Usage Rating Displays in two sequential flashes the current water filter status in gallons 00/0- to 99/9- on the UI display. Wait until dash is displayed which means end of the number. 00/0- to 99/9- 21 Water Filter Time Rating Displays in two sequential flashes the current water filter status in days 00/0- to 99/9- the UI display. Wait until dash is displayed which means end of the number. 00/0- to 99/9- 22 Water Filter Usage Display in two sequential flashes the current times the Water Filter was reset N/A display. Wait until dash is displayed which means end of the number. 00/00/00 to 99/99/99 23 Water Filter Time N/A (This step is bypassed automatically) 00/00/00 to 99/99/99 Displays in three sequential flashes the Main Control software version on the N/A 24 Water Filter Reset Note: This is repeated displayed during all time in this step. Displays in three sequential flashes the Dispenser UI Control software version 25 N/A Note: This is repeated displayed during all time in this step. 26 Main Control N/A (This step bypassed automatically) 27 Software Version Set the Forced Defrost Mode by selecting SW3. 28-37 Dispenser UI Control The Forced Defrost command shall be sent at the exit of Service Mode. Software Version No Forced Defrost = Defrost does not resume after exit from SVC; N/A Short Defrost = minimum TTD; Long Defrost = maximum TTD; Forced Defrost Note: “No Forced Defrost” is the default OF = No Forced Defrost 38 N/A (This step bypassed automatically) Sh = Short Defrost Reads the EEPROM Map Version. Lo = Long Defrost mode Reads the FLASH Map Version.

39-41 N/A At entry of this step turn OFF a harvesting cycle. N/A 42 UI EEPROM Map Version Use SW3 to start the harvest cycle. 43 UI FLASH Map Version XX XX XX Note :- Bucket must be in place and not full to initiate the harvest. Sankyo Icemaker The system should not come out of this step unless harvest cycle is completed. XX XX XX 44 Digit 1: Harvesting Test 1 = Ice maker harvesting cycle is ON 2 = Ice maker harvesting cycle is OFF Digit 2: 1 = Ice bucket full detected 2 = Ice bucket not full 3 = Switch faulty or motor (Time out = 20 seconds) Blank = Until get a valid reading,

Upon entry to this step there will be a 3 second delay, and then the ice tray will be moved to home position.

After the tray has reached home position, the SW3 can be used to start or to toggle between “ON” and

“PAUSE” an ice maker fill.

Note:- Water filling time is based on the flash map setting. At step entry the water fill cycle default to OFF. 01 = Ice tray moving to home position 02 = Water fill OFF Sankyo and LPIM Note:- “SW3” will be ignored if the DISPLAY = 01. 03 = Water fill ON 45 04 = Water fill Paused NOTE: For LPIM, ignore homing of the motor. Icemaker Water Fill Test

NOTE: Prior entry of this step run step 44 to make sure the ice tray is empty before proceeding with water fill,

otherwise double fill will occur.

NOTE: Make sure to proceed with step 44 after water fill test to leave tray empty when finishing service.

NOTE: The ice bucket must be in place for the icemaker to cycle.

46 N/A N/A N/A

Read the current temperature of the Ice maker tray thermistor and compare this value. This information

shall be Dynamically updated every second. Value Read (VR): Blank = Until get a valid reading,

– Ice maker temp start threshold < VR HOT_UPPER_LIMIT Valid warmer 01 = Valid temp warmer than harvest temp Valid cooler. 11 = Valid temp cooler than harvest temp Sankyo Icemaker - COLD_LOWER_LIMIT < VR Ice maker temp start threshold 02 = Open 47 Ice Tray Thermistor - VR > HOT_UPPER_LIMIT Short

– VR < COLD_LOWER_LIMIT Open 03 = Short Note : Harvest temp range defined in the flash map Icemaker - Ice Read the ice bucket detection switch status . In some European factories the letter "W" of the part cod01e= mentioned Ice bucket absent herein will be automatically 06-Mar-2017 18:12:44 EST " RELEASED 48 Bucket Detection Switch Note:- In case of Sankyo Ice maker, the display will always show "02", even if the bucket is removed / absent. replaced by the number "4000" (e.g0.2"=Wice1b2uc3ke4t5pr6es7en8t" becomes "400012345678") NOTES: WIRE COLOR CODE WIRE COLOR CODE WIRE COLOR CODE WH/GN = WHITE/GREEN TRACER TN/WH = TAN/WHITE TRACER BU = BLUE SYMBOL CODE OR/BK = ORANGE/BLACK TRACER TN/BK = TAN/BLACK TRACER 1. IM SOLENOID GROUNDED THROUGH MOUNTING. YL/RD = YELLOW/RED TRACER RD/YL = RED/YELLOW TRACER BK = BLACK MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE = CONNECTOR - SCREW ON BU/BK = BLUE/BLACK TRACER RD = RED OF THE FOLLOWING UNITED STATES PATENTS = CONNECTOR - CLOSED END 2. EVAP COVER GROUNDED HEAT SHIELD. WH/BU = WHITE/BLUE TRACER V/WH = VIOLET/WHITE TRACER WH = WHITE = DISCONNECT TERMINAL BK/YL = BLACK/YELLOW TRACER BL/YL = BLUE/YELLOW TRACER = PERMANENT CONNECTION Electrical Shock Hazard WH/RD = WHITE/RED TRACER YL/BU = YELLOW/BLUE TRACER YL = YELLOW 3,960,631 4,659,157 4,765,696 4,908,544 5,011,101 = PLUG CONNECTOR Disconnect power before servicing. GN/YL = GREEN/YELLOW TRACER = GROUND ( CHASSIS ) 3. POLARITY ON THE DISPENSER IS ACCOMPLISHED WIRING Replace all parts and panels before operating. BK/WH = BLACK/WHITE TRACER OR = ORANGE 4,084,725 4,665,708 4,767,896 4,911,508 5,033,182 USING A RELAY ON THE MAIN BOARD. DIAGRAM Failure to do so can result in death or YL/BK = YELLOW/BLACK TRACER BR = BROWN 4,090,641 4,694,553 4,768,353 4,914,928 5,033,273 THE BU AND THE GY/OR WIRES SWITCH electrical shock. PK/BK = PINK/BLACK TRACER GY = GRAY 4,102,660 4,706,169 4,776,178 4,920,758 5,042,398 POLARITY DEPENDING ON THE CRUSH/CUBE BR/WH = BROWN/WHITE TRACER PK = PINK 4,327,557 4,707,401 4,787,216 4,924,680 5,044,704 POSITION. SEE TABLE BELOW: OR/BU = ORANGE/BLUE TRACER V = VIOLET 4,330,310 4,709,556 4,799,362 4,934,541 5,050,777 RD/WH = RED/WHITE TRACER TN = TAN 4,640,432 4,715,512 4,800,935 4,936,641 5,070,708 GY/OR BU LB/BK = LIGHT BLUE/BLACK TRACER 4,649,712 4,728,759 4,801,181 4,944,566 5,077,985 CRUSH - + 4,649,717 4,745,656 4,833,894 4,958,890 D309,461 CUBE + - 4,649,718 4,745,775 4,862,577 4,996,848 OTHER PATENTS PENDING BU BU MINOTAUR TN WH WH 1 BR FILL TUBE WH/TN FRZR LIGHT SW BK OR/BK 2 HEATER YL LIGHT YL/BU 1 3 OR (UPPER) 4 YL BK/WH P4 P7 5 RD 4 6 BK TN/BK 3 STEALTH DISPENSER THERMISTOR FC THERMISTOR LIGHT BK BK WH RD UI WH BK 4 YL/BK BK BK 3 P5 5 PK N/A 9 1 OR 2 7 RD/WH N/A BR/WH 1 WH 2 J6 3 BU BU 3 6 BR WH 3 BR RD OR/TN RD 1 P2 2 YL/BU OR/BK 10 WATER 4 J1 BU YL 8 2 PADDLE BK/WH 1 YL TN/BK YL GN/YL GN/YL LB/BK WH BK/WH 1 RD BK AIR OR/TN OR/BK YL/BK ICE 14 1 WH DOOR J3 STEPPER 7 J2 BU ICE 3 2 OR/TN P1 P3 MOTOR 11 2 1 LT SW 124 874235 1 PADDLE BAFFLE YL/BK M HEAT (OPTIONAL) SHIELD BK WH 12 GN/YL RD GY 13 BU V BK/WH LB/BK WH/TN 5 6 4 EVAP FAN ICE MAKER GN/YL GN/YL 56k BR RC UPPER LIGHT YL/BU RD/WH RD/WH (OPT) CRISPER LIGHT WH/TN + WH BR WH WH/TN PK BR YL/BU PK SWITCH PK - BI-METAL IM MOTOR SENSOR THERM TEST ICE DISP YL WH MOTOR WH/TN BK FRZR LIGHT DEFROST (LOWER) HEATER M YL RD WH BU WH WH PTC 7 1 WH/TN YL/BU WH BK RD YL BR TN REFRIGERATOR SECTION BU GY/OR WIRING SHEET NO. W11040477 B FREEZER SECTION OR/BK WH BK/WH TN/BK SPL A WH/TN BK SPL D SPL B SPL C GN/YL WH GN/YL BK SWITCH ON/OFF BK BK RD SWITCH BUCKET TN BR YL RD BK WH GN/YL GY/OR BU OR/BK BK/WH TN/BK DISPENSER HOUSING GN/YL BK WH WH W11040474 A HEATER TN/BK YL/BU GN/YL WH SS DOOR BK/WH WH/TN GN/YL In some European factories the letter "W" of the part code mentioned herein will be automatically HEATER OR/BK YL/BK BK replaced by the number "4000" (e.g. "W12345678" becomes "400012345678") OR/TN GN/YL WH (OPTIONAL) BU WH RD OR/TN GY GN/YL V YL/BK FREEZER DOOR BR/WH WH/TN OR WH YL/BU RD OR TN BK BK YL BR TN TN TN GN/YL BK WH WH BR TN/BK YL/BU GN/YL WH BR YL BK/WH WH/TN GN/YL YL BK OR/BK YL/BK BK RD RD OR/TN GN/YL WH BK OR BU WH RD OR/TN WH GY GN/YL V YL/BK GN/YL BR/WH WH/TN GN/YL GY OR WH YL/BU GY/OR BU RD OR TN BK BU BK OR/BK YL OR/BK BK/WH BR BK/WH TN/BK TN TN/BK GN/YL GN/YL WH SERVICE GN/YL CORD BK SPL D RUN CAP GN/YL (OPTIONAL) WTR V RD DISP WH SOL WH OVERLOAD SOL IM PTC C SOL TN RELAY COMBO WH DEVICE M GN/YL S M GN/YL S ISO WH VALVE V V COND C FAN COMPRESSOR TN WH RD 06-Mar-2017 18:12:44 EST " RELEASED 115 VOLTS 60 HERTZ RIDGED WIRE 56k ( OPT ) TEST TERM PK BR VOLTAGE TEST POINTS MINOTAUR BI-METAL BK FROM COLOR TO COLOR BR WH DEFROST HEATER P1-1 BK P1-2 WH 120 VAC INPUT - CONSTANT WHEN UNIT PLUGGED IN P1-2 RD P1 P2-1 WH P1-4 BK 120 VAC OUTOUT TO COMPRESOR /CONDENSER FAN WHEN COOLING P2-2 WH 120 VAC INPUT FC LIGHT SWITCH FEEDBACK RD/WH WH P2 P2-3 YL P1-1 WH 120 VAC INPUT AIR DOOR FEEDBACK RD P2-4 BK 120 VAC INPUT BIMETAL FEEDBACK EVAP FAN MOTOR MAIN P2-5 OR/TN P1-2 WH 120 VAC INPUT RC LIGHT SWITCH FEEDBACK OVERLOAD CONTROL P2-6 WH 120 VAC OUTPUT TO AIR DOOR P2-7 BR P1-2 WH P3 P3-1 BK 120 VAC OUTPUT TO EVAP FAN WHEN COOLING P3-3 YL/BU P1-1 BK 120 VAC OUTPUT TO DEFROST HEATER WHEN ENERGIZED P4 P3-4 WH P5 P3-5 YL/BK P1-2 BK 120 VAC OUTPUT TO FC LIGHT AND RC LIGHTS P7 P3-7 GY 120 VAC INPUT ICE MAKER WATER VALVE P4-1 RD/WH P1-2 BK/WH 120 VAC OUTPUT TO WATER DISPENSER VALVE IS ACTIVE P5-1 PK P1-2 OR 120 VAC INPUT DOOR SWITCH P5-3 BK P7-1 WH/TN P1-1 BR 140 VDC OUTPUT TO IDI MOTOR/NON IDI MOTOR IS ACTIVE P7-3 YL 14 VDC OUTPUT USER INTERFACE C P7-5 BK/WH P1-1 BK COMMUNICATION 5 VDC INPUT RC THERMISTOR PTC RELAY 5 VDC INPUT FC THERMISTOR M V P1-1 5 VDC INPUT THERMISTOR SANKYO ICE MAKER 14 VDC OUTPUT TO SANKYO ICE MAKER SWITCH RUN M WH LB/BK P1-2 14 VDC OUTPUT TO SANKYO ICE MAKER MOTOR C BU P3-8 RUN CAP OR/BK P4-4 ( OPT ) START S P4-3 S BR/WH P5-2 RD COMPRESSOR COMBO DEVICE WH BK P5-4 COND FAN MOTOR TN P7-2 OR P7-4 RD P7-6 WH/TN +RC LIGHT UPPER WIRING SHEET NO. W11040477 BBK YL/BU WH/TN LIGHT SWITCH CRISPER LIGHT CRISPER LIGHT VOLTAGE TEST POINTS STEALTH LOWER LEFT LOWER RIGHT YL/BU FREEZER LIGHT UPPER PWM SIGNAL 9.3 V (IS 1/3 DUTY CYCLE OF BK RD WH J1 J1-1 RD J1-2 BU 14 V- OPEN) / 0 V - THE ICE DISPENSER IS ACTIVE LIGHT SWITCH SWITCH ICE MAKER 14 VDC OUTPUT TO FILL TUBE HEATER BUCKET ON/OFF INTERLOCK SWITCH 14 VDC OUTPUT TO DISPENSER HOUSING HEATER SWITCH 2 YL YL WH/TN J2-1 WH J2-8 BU - 14 VDC INPUT GEMINI FLASH BK FREEZER LIGHT WH J2-3 BU J2-10 WH LOWER BK IM MOTOR COMMUNICATION (NOT TESTED) LB/BK RD SENSOR J2 J2-4 OR/BK J2-6 BK/WH PWM SIGNAL 9.3 V (IS 1/3 DUTY CYCLE OF 1 YL TN J2-5 TN/BK 14 V- OPEN) / 0 V - THE ICE DISPENSER IS ACTIVE 3 BR 14 VDC OUTPUT DISPENSER LIGHT BK J3 J3-1 RD J3-2 BU 06-Mar-2017 18:12:44 EST " RELEASED J6 J6-1 RD J6-3 BK STEALTH OR/BK MINOTAUR 1 BK WH UI BK/WH 1 TN/BK 4 P1 4 RD 2 WH 3 P4 DISPENSER RD 1 9 N/A DISPENSER ICE DISP J6 2 N/A HOUSING MOTOR BK 3 HEATER 1 TN 3 10 WH LIGHT 1 8 BU FILL YL/BU P7 BR 1 BU TUBE 4 J1 J2 14 WH HEATER 2 GY/OR 1 2 7 BR BR 3 1 11 RD ICE OR/TN 2 P2 3 OR PTC 12 DOOR RD/WH 6 RD J3 13 OR/BK STEPPER 4 YL 2 4 MOTOR YL 1 5 RD WATER BU 6 YL PK 5 M PADDLE BK/WH 7 M OR/BK YL/BK BK/WH 6 BK BU 7 TN/BK 5 RD ICE BU PADDLE (OPTIONAL) P5 P3 YL/BK AIR 21 43 7 83 45 1 OR/TN BAFFLE OR GN/YL BR/WH WH BK BK BU GY BK/WH V LB/BK WH/TN WH RC THERM WH WH V WH FC WATER THERM VALVE BK DIODE ASSY BK V V WH TN ISO VALVE TN WH ICE MAKER WATER VALVE In some European factories the letter "W" of the part code mentioned herein will be automatically replaced by the number "4000" (e.g. "W12345678" becomes "400012345678")