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DANGER Electric damper Maximum closing time…………….. 16 seconds control Temperature rating…………………..-11ºF/110ºF Electrical Shock Hazard RPM……………………………………………………… 3 Only authorized technicians should perform diagnostic Condenser fan Rotation…………………………………….Clockwise voltage measurements. motor After performing voltage measurements, disconnect (facing end opposite shaft) power before servicing. Refrigerator RPM………………………………………… 1330 RPM Failure to follow these instructions can result in death evaporator Watt………………………………………….. 2.3 watts or electrical shock. fan motor Rotation………………………… Counterclockwise

WARNING Freezer (facing end opposite shaft) evaporator RPM………………………………………… 3450 RPM Electrical Shock Hazard fan motor Watt………………………………………….. 4.2 watts Disconnect power before servicing. Rotation………………………… Counterclockwise Replace all parts and panels before operating. Icebox fan Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock. motor (facing end opposite shaft) RPM………………………………………… 3450 RPM Freezer Watt………………………………………….. 4.2 watts evaporator Rotation………………………… Counterclockwise heater (facing end opposite shaft) RPM………………………………………… 3450 RPM Watt………………………………………….. 4.2 watts Volt…………………………………………….. 115 VAC Watt…………………………………..435 ±5% watts

Control Board Troubleshooting

Accessing Service Mode

Voltage Measurement Safety Information Keep both “—” and “—” buttons When performing live voltage measurements, you must pressed for do the following: 3 seconds or [ ] and [ ] buttons. I Verify the controls are in the off position so that the appliance does not start when energized. Countdown will display and a chime I Allow enough space to perform the voltage will play upon entry measurements without obstructions. into Service mode.

I Keep other people a safe distance away from the appliance to prevent potential injury.

I Always use the proper testing equipment.

I After voltage measurements, always disconnect power before servicing.

Component Specifications

Component Specifications all parts 115VAC/60HZ unless noted Cooling Compressor Capacity……………………… 921 BTU/H (270 W) WMD7H Watt ………………………………………… 144 watts Current lock rotor …………………………… 1 amp Current full load……………………………. 1.1 amp Resistance run windings……………… 9.6 ohms

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To Enter Service Diagnostics Mode: Service Test – 38 Compressor Speed Change without Ramp

Service mode requirement Button on Main UI Control the compressor speed. When entering service test, the compressor goes off if it was previously on.

Enter Service Key Combination “—” and “—” temperature Change the compressor duty cycle between 0 and the maximum buttons pressed for compressor speed by pressing “+” to increment and “-” to decrease 3 seconds the speed.

For Linear Compressors there is a compressor protection against

Enter Key for Navigation “Drawer” button shutting the compressor off for 2½ minutes after changing to the ON state. Therefore the compressor will run for 2½ minutes after changing

Increment Key for Navigation “+” button on the upper the speed.

7 segment display Service Test – 39 Compressor Speed Change with Ramp

Decrement Key for Navigation “-” button on the upper Control the Compressor Speed. When entering service test the 7 segment display compressor goes off if it was previously on.

Select the power from 0 to 160W by pressing “-” or “+.” After pressing

Back Key for Navigation “Max Cool” button “Enter” the compressor will ramp up to the selected power. After changing the power button to 0W, the compressor will shut off

Degree C LED Indicator “°C” indicator after 2.5 minutes.

Degree F LED Indicator “°F” indicator Service Test – 40 Compressor and Compartment Freezing Cooling Test

To Exit Service diagnostics, use “Max Cool” Key to back out of functional When entering the service test, compressor runs at max power. test. Press and hold “-” and “-” temperature buttons simultaneously for 3 seconds. There will be a delay of 3 seconds before start of routine “01”. “01” – Dual Evap Valve will be open for both compartments for 4 mins. “02” – Will close both RC and FC Dual Evap Valve (1 min.)

NOTE: If a test or mode runs over “99” on the display, the User Interface “03” – Compressor turns on (1 min) will flash digit 1 for one second, and then display digit 2. “04” – Compressor keeps on, Dual Evap Valve will be in RC position and RC Fan ON. (2 min.) The number will display. i.e. “100” will display “1” first for one second, “05” – Compressor keeps on, Dual Evap Valve will be in FC position then display “00”. “101” will display “1” first for one second, and then and FC Fan ON. (Run until technician presses BACK or Increment/ display “01”, etc. Decrement key.)

Service Test – 00 Exit Service Mode: Service Test – 42 Main Pantry Air Baffle State This step is an alternative method to exit service mode and return to When entering service test, the damper continuously turns, showing

Normal Operation. the state in the numeric display. Service Test – 01 RC Thermistor Possible position readings: 00 – Air baffle in open position, 02 – Air Read RC compartment Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” baffle in closed position. thermistor, OP indicated “open” thermistor. Service Test – 44 RC Compartment Lighting Service Test – 02 FC Thermistor When entering service test, the Refrigerator Compartment Lights turn Read FC compartment Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” On. The display shows “ON.” thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. When leaving service test the Refrigerator Compartment lights turn off. Service Test – 03 RC Evaporator Thermistor Service Test – 45 FC Compartment Lighting Read Refrigerator Evaporator Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” When entering service test, the Freezer Compartment Lights turn on.

thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. The display shows “ON.” Service Test – 04 First FC Evaporator Thermistor When leaving service test, the Freezer Compartment Lights turn off.

Read Freezer Evaporator Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” Service Test – 47 Pantry, Air Filter, and Door in Door Lighting thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. When entering service test, the Pantry, Air Filter, and Crisper Lights Service Test – 05 Pantry Thermistor turn on. The display shows “ON.”

Read Pantry compartment Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” When leaving service test, the Pantry, Air Filter, and Crisper Lights thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. turn Off.

Service Test – 14 Door Ice Box Thermistor Service Test – 56 FC Fan Test

Read RC compartment Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” When entering service test, the Freezer Fan turns on. The display thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. shows “ON.”

Service Test – 16 Door Ice Maker Tray Thermistor When leaving service test, the Freezer Fan turns off.

Read Icemaker Tray C Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” Service Test – 57 RC Fan Test thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. When entering service test, the Refrigerator Fan turns on. The display

Service Test – 17 Freezer Ice Maker Tray Thermistor shows “ON.” When leaving service test, the Refrigerator Fan turns off. Read Freezer Icemaker Tray Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” Service Test – 58 Condenser Fan Test thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor.

Service Test – 18 Second FC Evaporator Thermistor When entering service test, the Condenser Fan turns on. The display shows “ON.” Read Freezer Evaporator Temperature. SH indicates “shorted” thermistor, OP indicates “open” thermistor. When leaving service test, the Condenser Fan turns off.

Service Test – 23 RC Maximum Temperature; Service Test – 24 Service Test – 59 Ice Box Fan Test

FC Maximum Temperature; Service Test – 25 Pantry Maximum When entering service test, the Ice Box Fan turns on. The display

Temperature; Service Test – 26 Ice Box Maximum Temperature shows “ON.”

Maximum temperature reached during the last 6 hours of operation. When leaving service test, the Ice Box Fan turns off.

Temperature is saved every hour, keeping the last 6 hours for analysis. Service Test – 63 Vertical Mullion Heater Test The maximum is displayed on the UI screen from the last six saved When entering service test, the Vertical Mullion Heater turns on. values. The display shows “ON.” Service Test – 28 RC Average Temperature; Service Test – 29 When leaving service test, the Vertical Mullion Heater turns off. FC Average Temperature; Service Test – 30 Pantry Average Service Test – 64 Door Duct Heater Test Temperature; Service Test – 31 Ice Box Average Temperature When entering service test, the Ice Box Duct Heater turns on.

Average temperature during the last 6 hours of operation. Average is The display shows “ON.” calculated using a running average filter. When leaving service test, the Ice Box Duct Heater turns off. Service Test – 65 Ice Box Duct Heater Test Service Test – 33 RC Minimum Temperature; Service Test – 34 When entering service test, the Ice Box Duct Heater turns on. FC Minimum Temperature; Service Test – 35 Pantry Minimum Temperature; Service Test – 36 Ice Box Minimum Temperature The display shows “ON.” When leaving service test, the Ice Box Duct Heater turns off. Minimum temperature reached during the last 6 hours of operation. Service Test – 66 Door Ice Maker Fill Tube Heater Test Temperature is saved every hour, keeping the last 6 hours for analysis. When entering service test, the Door Ice Maker Fill Tube Heater The minimum is displayed on the UI screen from the last 6 saved values. turns on. The display shows “ON.”

When leaving service test, the Door Ice Maker Fill Tube Heater

turns off.

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Service Test – 67 Freezer Ice Maker Fill Tube Heater Test Service Test – 98 Freezer Ice Maker Valve General Test When entering service test, the Freezer Ice Maker Fill Tube Heater When entering service test, the Door Ice Maker Water Valve turns on

turns on. The display shows “ON.” for 7 seconds. When leaving service test, the Freezer Ice Maker Fill Tube Heater Service Test – 100 Display Water Filter Gallons Remaining Displays the remaining gallons of water left on the water filter. turns off. Service Test – 101 Display Water Filter Days Remaining Service Test – 68 Door in Door Heater Test Displays the remaining days left on the water filter. When entering service test, the Door in Door heater turns on. Service Test – 102 Display Days since Last Water Filter Reset Displays the total amount of days since the last water filter reset. The display shows “ON.” Service Test – 103 Display Number of Water Filter Resets Service Test – 70 Dispenser Heater Test Displays the total amount of water filter resets that have occurred When entering service test, the Dispenser Heater turns on. The over the life of the product. display shows “ON.” Service Test – 104 Read Humidity Measurement When leaving service test, the Dispenser Heater turns off. Displays measured humidity as a percentage. Service Test – 71 Beverage Chiller Heater Test Service Test – 105 Air Filter Usage When entering service test, the Beverage Chiller heater turns on. Displays the total amount of days since the last air filter reset. Service Test – 106 Wi-Fi Link Connection Self Test The display shows “ON.” While the test is in progress, the display will show: “00” – Link Test Service Test – 72 Filter Heater Test When entering service test, the Filter heater turns on. The display in Progress. Following the completion of the Link Test, the display will transition to shows “ON.” Service Test – 73 Right RC Door Switch State the following code designation: “01” – Not able to link with AP or WISE. “00” Identifies door open and “01” identifies door closed. “02” – Not able to link with WISE. “03” – Connected to AP and WISE. Service Test – 74 Left RC Door Switch State Service Test – 108 Wi-Fi Antenna 1 Signal Strength “00” Identifies door open and “01” identifies door closed. Display the measured value as a percentage of possible range. The Service Test – 75 FC Door Switch State possible range to the technician is 0 to 100%. “00” Identifies door open and “01” identifies door closed. Service Test – 110 Display Current Smart Grid Mode Service Test – 79 Ice Bin Switch State Display “0” for Smart Grid mode not active, “1” for delay ice making “00” Identifies bin missing, “01” identifies bin present.” Smart Grid mode active, “2” for delay ice making and cooling Smart Service Test – 85 Vertical Mullion Heater Activation Mode Grid mode active. When entering service test, the numeric display shows the current Service Test – 111 Smart Grid Mode 1 Counter Displays the number of times the unit has entered Smart Grid mode 1. Heater Activation mode. Allowable range is from 0 to 999 instances. “00” indicates mullion heater controlled by measured humidity. Service Test – 112 Smart Grid Mode 2 Counter “01” indicates mullion heater always on. Displays the number of times the unit has entered Smart Grid mode 2. To advance between control mode use “+” or “-” key. Once desired Allowable range is from 0 to 999 instances. Service Test – 115 Control Ice Door Motor Using Ice Pads setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate, then “Max Cool” to The display will follow the door position during this test using the exit this mode. following designation: Service Test – 87 Dispenser Heater Activation Mode “01” – Closed When entering service test, the numeric display shows the current “02” – Opening Heater Activation mode. “03” – Open “00” indicates dispenser heater controlled by measured humidity. “04” – Closing “01” indicates dispenser heater always ON. Service Test – 120 Door Ice Maker Self Diagnostics To advance between control mode, use “+” or “-” key. Once desired The display shall show the following transitions as they occur. setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate then “Max Cool” to “00” – Stopped exit this mode. “01” – Moving Counterclockwise to Ice Break Position Service Test – 88 Ice Box Air Duct Heater Activation Mode “02” – Moving Clockwise to End of Harvest Location When entering service test, the numeric display shows the current If Ice Bin Is Full Jump To Step 04 Heater Activation mode. If Timeout Occurs (60 seconds) Execute Step 04 “00” indicates dispenser heater controlled by cooling performance. “03” – Reached End of Harvest Location “01” indicates dispenser heater always ON. “04” – Moving Counterclockwise Back To Homing Location To advance between control mode use “+” or “-” key. Once desired If Timeout Occurs (60 seconds) End Test setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate then “Max Cool” to The display shall show the error codes following the execution exit this mode. of the test. Service Test – 89 Run FC Defrost Heater “PA” – All Steps Successfully Passed When entering this service test, defrost heater turns on and stays “bF” – Ice Bin Is Full on for 5 minutes or until the evaporator thermistor goes above 60°F. “E1” – Cannot Find Ice Break Position “ON” will be displayed while the operation is executed. “E2” – Cannot Find End of Harvest Location Service Test – 90 Run RC Defrost Heater “E3” – Cannot Find Home When entering this service test, defrost heater turns on and stays on “E4” – Multiple Failures for 5 minutes or until the evaporator thermistor goes above 60°F. Service Test – 121 Freezer Ice Maker Self Diagnostics “ON” will be displayed while the operation is executed. The display shall show the following transitions as they occur. Service Test – 91 Run a Forced Defrost “00” – Stopped Activates the forced defrost. “01” – Moving Counterclockwise to Ice Break Position When “ON” is selected and exiting Service mode, defrost will be “02” – Moving Clockwise to End of Harvest Location executed. If Ice Bin Is Full Jump To Step 04 When “OFF” is selected and exiting Service mode, defrost will NOT If Timeout Occurs (60 seconds) Execute Step 04 be executed. To advance between control mode “ON” or “OFF” Use “03” – Reached End of Harvest Location “+” or “-” key. Once desired setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to “04” – Moving Counterclockwise Back To Homing Location activate then “Max Cool” to exit this mode. If Timeout Occurs (60 seconds) End Test Service Test – 92 Turn All UI LEDs ON The display shall show to the error codes following the execution When entering service test all indicators and buttons will light of the test. up in the two UIs. “PA” – All Steps Successfully Passed The icons automatically turn off after 30 seconds. “bF” – Ice Bin Is Full Service Test – 93 UI Button and Pad/Paddle Test “E1” – Cannot Find Ice Break Position When inside service test, the numeric display shows “00” for no key “E2” – Cannot Find End of Harvest Location press and “01” for key or pad pressing. “E3” – Cannot Find Home Service Test – 96 Water Valve General Test “E4” – Multiple Failures When entering service test, the Water Dispenser Valve turns on for 7 seconds. 3 Service Test – 97 Door Ice Maker Valve General Test When entering service test, the Door Ice Maker Water Valve turns on for 7 seconds.

Service Test – 126 Change Defrost Type Service Test – 137 Wi-Fi SW Version Number Displays the current Defrost mode. (01 Default) Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Engineer will then choose between the 2 available modes. Pressing Blank for 0.5s Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) the ENTER key will save the selection. Blank for 0.5s The display will then return to Service Test Screen where the selected Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Keep Blank When Complete duty cycle will be displayed. Available defrost modes: Service Test – 138 Orion Non-Isolated SW Version Number “01” – Global Defrost Routine ON Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) “02” – Basic Mode ON (8 hour timer) Blank for 0.5s Service Test – 127 GF2 Main Control Board SW Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Version Number – XX.YY.ZZ Blank for 0.5s Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Blank for 0.5s Keep Blank When Complete Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Service Test – 139 Orion Non-Isolated Flashmap Version Number Blank for 0.5s Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Blank for 0.5s Keep blank when complete Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Service Test – 128 GF2 Main Control Board Flashmap Version Blank for 0.5s Number Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Keep Blank When Complete Blank for 0.5s Service Test – 148 Proximity Sensor State Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) When entering Service Test, the numeric display shows the current Blank for 0.5s Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Proximity Sensor Activation mode. Keep Blank When Complete “00” indicates no movement. Service Test – 129 Door UI SW Version Number “01” indicates movement of object/person. Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) To advance between control mode use “+” or “-” key. Once desired Blank for 0.5s Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate then “Max Cool” Blank for 0.5s to exit this mode. Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Service Test – 149 Door in Door Heater Activation Mode Keep Blank When Complete When entering Service Test, the numeric display shows the current Service Test – 130 Door UI Flashmap Version Number Heater Activation mode. Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) “00” indicates heater controlled by measured humidity. Blank for 0.5s “01” indicates heater always on. Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) To advance between control mode use “+” or “-” key. Once desired Blank for 0.5s setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate then “Max Cool” Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) to exit this mode. Keep Blank When Complete Service Test – 152 Filter Heater Activation Mode Service Test – 132 Orion Isolated Micro SW Version Number When entering Service Test, the numeric display shows the current Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Heater Activation mode. Blank for 0.5s “00” indicates heater controlled by measured humidity. Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) “01” indicates heater always ON. Blank for 0.5s To advance between control mode use “+” or “-” key. Once desired Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate then “Max Cool” to Keep Blank When Complete exit this mode. Service Test – 133 Orion Isolated Flashmap Version Number Service Test – 153 Beverage Chiller Heater Activation Mode Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) When entering Service Test, the numeric display shows the current Blank for 0.5s Heater Activation mode. Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) “00” indicates heater controlled by measured humidity. Blank for 0.5s “01” indicates heater always ON. Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) To advance between control mode use “+” or “-” key. Once desired Keep Blank When Complete setting is selected, push “Drawer” key to activate then “Max Cool” to Service Test – 134 Main UI SW Version Number exit this mode. Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Blank for 0.5s Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Blank for 0.5s Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Keep Blank When Complete Service Test – 135 Main UI Flashmap Version Number Show XX for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Blank for 0.5s Show YY for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Blank for 0.5s Show ZZ for 1 second (version format XX YY ZZ) Keep Blank When Complete

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W11097245A W11097245A Schematic FOR SERVICE TECHNICIAN’S USE ONLY Wiring Diagram Rev A Assy: W11097244A Assy: W11097244A DWG. No.: W10877755 Rev. A Rev A

EMI FILTER 20_RD_OR_1015 VOLTAGE TABLE 11 FC LINER HARNESS FREEZER ICEMAKER HARNESS TO_EMI_FILTER_GND 22 SPLICE NEUTRAL NA 33 COMPRESSOR 44 18_BK_1015 *null* POWER CORD MACHINE ORION HARNESS 11 18_WH_1015 SPLICE LINE PC_GND *null*NA 18_GN_YL_1015 11 20_RD_WH_1015 22 18_GN_YL_1015 P15 NA

22 FC LINER CAB JUMPER HARNESS 33

3 3 TO_ORION_P15 TO_FC_SW_LH 22_1569_GN ICE MAKER MODULE_FC FROM TO VOLTAGE CONDITIONS 18_BK_WH_1015 1 1 11 TO_EMI_FILTER 22_1569_YL 66 55 22 18_WH_BK_1015 2 2 44 33 P1 18_WH_BK_1015 TO_FC_LINER TO_FC_JUMPER 3 3 22 11 33 18_WH_BU_1015 4 4 P1 P1-1 P1-2 CONSTANT 115 VAC

44 14 14

TO_ORION_P1 5 5 1 1 6 11 22_LB_1569 20_1015_RD_WH 1 1 20_1015_RD_WH 13 13 20_1015_RD_WH 7 6 IM SENSOR_1 20_1015_BK 20_1015_BK 12 12 20_1015_BK_WH 8 22 22_VT_1569 22_1569_GN 2 2 22_1569_GN 11 11 TO_IM_HARNESS 7 22_1569_RD 22_1569_YL 22_1569_YL 10 10 22_1569_GN 33 22_VT_1569 3 3 22_1569_BK 99 22_1569_YL 11 8 22_1569_BK P2-5 P1-2 RC DEFROST HEATER OUTPUT, WITH THERMALFUSE 115V 22_1569_BK_GN 22_1569_TN 88 22_1569_BR 22 P16 44 20_GY_1015 22_1569_TN 4 4 22_1569_RD 77 22_1569_TN 33 FROM_ICEMAKER_HARNESS 22_1569_RD 22_1569_BK 66 22_1569_RD 44 55 20_BR_1015 5 5 22_1569_GY 55 22_1569_BK TO_FC_IM_FAN 22_1569_RD_BK 22_1569_BU 44 22_1569_GY 66 22_GN_1569 22_1569_GY 6 6 22_1569_PK 33 22_1569_BU FC EVAP FAN HARNESS 22_1569_BU 22_1569_GN 22 22_1569_PK 77 22_BR_WH_1569 22_1569_PK 7 7 22_1569_BR 11 P2 P2-6 P1-2 ICE MAKER DUCT CABINET HEATER 22_1569_YL 88 20_BK_YL_1015 22_1569_RD_BU 8 8 22_1569_GY 22_1569_BR 22_1569_BK TO_ORION_P16 22_TN_1569 9 9 22_1569_YL_BK 11 22_VT_1569 22_1569_GY 10 22_1569_OR 22 10

22_YL_1569 11 11 P2-7 P1-2 FC DEFROST HEATER OUTPUT, WITH THERMALFUSE 115V

P8 33 22_BR_1569 12

44 12

22_GY_1569 13 13

55 22_RD_1569 14

6 6 TO_ORION_P8 14 P3-1 P1-1 115 VAC FC ICE MAKER FILL TUBE HEATER

22_RD_1569 15 15

11 22_OR_1569 16 16 11

22 22_TN_1569 17 17 22 1 1 33 P9 33 22_YL_1569 18 18 44 22_1569_YL FC THERMISTOR P3-2 P1-1 FC DOOR RV MUST BE CLOSED = 115, OPEN = 0V 55 22_1569_GY 44 22_WH_1569 TO_FC_JUMPER TO_CABINET_HARNESS 22_1569_BR 11 22 55

TO_ORION_P9 TO_FC_EVAP_FAN 6 6 33 FC_EVAP_FAN_HARNESS 4 4 ORION BOARD 11

P4 22 11 22 TO_3WAY_VALVE33445 5 FC_EVAP_FAN P3-3 P1-2 DOOR ICE MAKER WATER VALVE 3 3 20_BU_1015 4 4 22_BK_1569 B- A-3 WAY VALVE+14VB+A+ 3 WAY VALVE P3 P3-4 P1-2 ISOLATION VALVE

TO_ORION_P4 11

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P2 33 18_GN_YL_1015 FC EVAP HEATER HARNESS 4 4 18_OR_WH_1015

55 P3-5 P1-2 CONSTANT 115 VAC, AC LINE INTERLOCK

66 EXTERNAL FAN,VALVE HARNESS THERMOFUSE_1 FC DEFROST HEATER_1 CONDENSOR_FAN 18_YL_1015 1 1 TO_ORION_P2 18_1015_GN_YL 1 1 11 18_1015_PK 2 2 18_YL_1015 P3 2 2 20_OR_1015 18_1015_WH 3 3 18_YL_1015 THERMOFUSE1_SPL_1 THERMOFUSE1_SPL_2 P3-7 P3-8 130 VDC AUGER OUTPUT, LH RH DOOR CLOSED, ACTIVATE ICE PADDLE = 130-140 VDC 22_1569_GY THERMOFUSE2_SPL_1 18_YL_1015 3 3 TO_ORION_P3 22_1569_GN 11 22_VT_1569 11 22_OR_BU_1569 22_BK_1569 4 4 THERMOFUSE2_SPL_2 20_OR_1015 THERMOFUSE_2 22_BU_WH_1569 44 5 5 33 20_WH_BK_1015 FC DEFROST HEAT ER_2 22 22 11 6 6 1 1 TO_CONDENSOR_FAN 33 FC EVAP THERMISTOR_1 TO_BEVERAGE_CHILLER_DUCT _HTR P3-6 P1-2 115 VAC FC ICE MAKER WATER VALVE

7 7 1 1 44 8 8 20_OR_1015 P5 11 55 TO_ISOLATION_VALVE FC EVAP THERMISTOR_2 18_GN_YL_1015 22 ISOLATION VALVE 9 20_WH_BK_1015 33 66 HEATER_SPLICE_1 9 44 HEATER_SPLICE_2 22 55 11 10 10 66 P4-1 P4-4 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC TO_CAB_HARNESS_LH_2 77 TO_MC_HARNESS_LH2

88 TO_FC_EVAP_HEATER TO_CAB_HARNESS P4

TO_ORION_P5 BZ CHILLER DUCT HEATER 1

2 P4-3 COMMUNICATION WIN DATA

P6 3

4

5

11 22_BU_1569 GF2 P5-1 P5-2 5 VDC FC THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5-5 VDC MAXIMUM 5 VDC RC THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5-5 VDC MAXIMUM P7 22 22_TN_1569 P5 P5-3 P5-4 33 22_PK_1569

4 4 TO_ORION_P7 22_BK_GN_1569 18 22_BK_GN_1569 22_GN_1569 20_BR_1015 TO_CAB_HARNESS_LH_1 1 22_BR_1569 17 22_TN_1569 2 20_BK_WH_1015 P10 11 22_GN_1569 16 3 20_RD_WH_1015 VALVE HARNESS 4 22 22_BK_GN_1569 5 22_OR_1569 RC EVAP HARNESS 6 22_GY_1569 P17 TO_ORION_P10 15 BLAST FREEZE DAMPER P6 P6-1 P6-2 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 1 14 13 11 P18 1 12 TO_MC_HARNESS_LH_1 20_BK_1015 22 2 33 3 22_GN_1569 18_GN_YL_1015 44 P7-1 P7-2 5 VDC FC ICE MAKER THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5 – 5 VDC. MAXIMUM 20_BU_1015 55 11 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 TO_CABINET_HARNESS_RH 66 10 TO_MACHINE_HARNESS_RH 20_BK_WH_1015 77 9 88 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

18 17 16 14 12 11 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 1 20_1015_GY 20_1015_BR 18_1015_GN_YL 20_1015_WH_BK 22_BK_GN_1569 22_1569_BR_WH 20_1015_BK_YL 18_OR_WH_1015 22_1569_BR_WH 18_1015_BK_WH 20_1015_WH_BK 22_1569_BK P7 P7-3 P7-4 5 VDC FC ICE MAKER SWITCH VOLTAGE = 12.7 VDC, WHEN OPEN 15 13 10 2 CABINET HARNESS 20_OR_1015 22_GY_1569 22_1569_LB 3 P7-5 P7-6 12.7 VDC FC ICEMAKER MOTOR 4 22_1569_YL 11 5 11 22_1569_VT 22 22_1569_GY 22 TO_FC_LED 6 WATER_VALVE

20_WH_BK_1015 20_BK_1015 P8-1 P8-2 5 VDC RC EVAP THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5 – 5 VDC. MAXIMUM 18_GN_YL_1015 SPL_22 20_1015_BK_YL SPL_GND_3 TO_RC_EVAP_FAN WH_20_1015 11 P8 P8-3 P8-4 5 VDC FC EVAP OUT THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5 – 5 VDC. MAXIMUM

22_TN_1569 11 22 22 3 3 FC_ICE_MAKER_VALVE

22_GY_1569 P8-7 P8-8 12.7 VDC DC CONDENSER FAN OUTPUT 20_BK_YL_1015 18_OR_WH_1015 18_GN_YL_1015 11 P9 P9-2 P9-3 12.7 VDC ICE BOX FAN OUTPUT 1 20_WH_1015 2 2 11 18_1015_BK_WH SPL_1 20_WH_BK_1015 1 22 18_1015_WH_BK 2 INDOOR_ICE_MAKER_VALVE

2 20_RD_BK_1015

P1 3 3 P12-1 P1-2 115 VAC AIR BAFFLE FEEDBACK. ACTIVATE SERVICE TEST 42 33 18_GN_YL_1015 P12 AIR BAFFLE OUTPUT. ACTIVATE SERVICE TEST 42 SPL_7 4 4 P12-6 P1-2 4 4 TO_GF2_P1 22_1569_OR MANIFOLD 5 1 1 11 5 22 22_1569_YL 33 20_WH_BK_1015 11 6 6 RC_EVAP_THERMISTOR 44 18_GN_YL_1015 22_GY_1569 22_VT_1569 18_GN_YL_1015 55 22 7 7 66 20_RD_BK_1015 22_VT_WH_1569 18_OR_1015 77 20_OR_BK_1015 33 8 8 TO_VALVE_HARNESS 88 22_1569_TN 99 20_BR_1015 P2 44 9 9 20_BK_1015 55 20_RD_1015 20_OR_BK_1015 20_OR_BK_1015 20_WH_1015 66 20_OR_1015 10 10 20_OR_1015 77 18_1015_PK 22_PK_1569 20_WH_1015 11 11 1 1 SPL_NEUTRAL 11 P13 P13-5 P8-4 5 VDC PANTRY THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5 – 5 VDC. MAXIMUM 22 22_VT_1569 12 12 33

TO_GF_2_P2 20_BU_1015 RC_THERMISTOR TO_FILTER_HTR

20_BK_WH_1015 13 13

11 14 14

22 TO_RC_EVAP P14-1 P14-2 12.7 VDC FC EVAP FAN OUTPUT

33 TO_RC_EVAP_HARNESS_1 TO_CABINET_HARNESS P14 P14-3 P14-4 12.7 VDC RC EVAP FAN OUTPUT P12 44 SPL_SENSOR DC_GND 55 20_BU_1015 20_RD_1015 MANIFOLD 1 20_RD_1015 1 66 1 18_GN_YL_1015 20_WH_1015 1 TO_GF_2_P12 2 2 18_GN_YL_1015 2 22 11 20_LB_1015 11 2 2 2 20_1015_RD_WH 3 3 20_BU_1015 TO_LIGHTING_JUMPER 3 20_BK_1015 TO_RC_EVAP_2 TO_RC_JUMPER_2 20_BR_1015 TO_RC_EVAP_4 TO_RC_JUMPER_4 TO_RC_EVAP 20_OR_1015 3 3 20_OR_BK_1015 4 4 20_BK_1015 20_GY_1015 22_PK_1569 4 3 22_BK_1569 GEMINI FLASH 2 4 4 20_1015_RD_OR TO_RC_DEFROST_HEATER TO_CABINET_HARNESS TO_FILL_TUBE_FILTER_HEATER P1-1 P1-2 CONSTANT 115 VAC

TO_GF_2_P8 TO_GF_2_P6TO_GF_2_P4 P3 5 5 20_1015_BK_WH P1 115 VAC 6 6 20_RD_BK_1015 18_1015_RD 77 P1-3 P1-4 18_1015_WH 11 88 4 4 2 2 33 TO_GF_2_P3 22_1569_RD_BU 22 AIR TOWER /FILTER JUMPER HARNESS 1 11 SPL_VCC 1 22_1569_BR SPL_GND P5 22 22_PK_1569 P2 P2-4 P1-2 FILTER HEATER

33 22_VT_1569 20_RD_1015 22_PK_1569 22 22_BK_1569 11 44 AIR_TOWER_LIGHT_1

TO_GF_2_P5 22 11 11 AIR_TOWER_LIGHT_2

P4 22 20_1015_BU SPL_2 TO_RC_EVAP_HEATER 2 P3 P3-2 P1-2 BEVERAGE CHILLER DUCT HEATER 33 20_1015_GN_YL 1 44 AIR_FILTER_LIGHT P6 11 20_1015_BK_YL 22_1569_LB 22_1569_LB 13 P4 P4-1 P4-4 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 22 SPL_12_VCC 2 22_1569_OR 11 22_1569_YL 11 22 22_1569_GY 33 22_1569_GN P4-3 COMMUNICATION WIN DATA 44 P8 55 22_1569_OR 66 77 SPL_11_GND 88 CRISPER LED JUMPER HARNESS P5 P5-1 P5-2 5 VDC FC EVAP IN THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 1.5 – 5 VDC. MAXIMUM

SPL_9 RC PANTRY HARNESS 22_WH_BK_1569 P9 11 22_1569_BU RC MANIFOLD JUMPER HARNESS 22_WH_1569 11 22_WH_1569 1 1 P7-1 P7-4 RC RIGHT DOOR, SWITCH VOLTAGE = 12.7VDC, WHEN OPEN 22 22_1569_PK 22_BK_1569 22 22_PK_1569 2 2 P7 RC LEFT DOOR, SWITCH VOLTAGE = 12.7VDC, WHEN OPEN 33 TO_GF_2_P9 22_1569_YL_BK TO_CRISPER_LED_JUMPER TO_RC_PANTRY CRISPER_LED_JUMPER P7-3 P7-4 11 22_1569_OR 22 VCC_SPL 33 22_VT_WH_1569 44 22_1569_TN 22_WH_1569

P14 SPL_15 SPL_16 55 22_1569_YL SPL_GND_5 2 2 22_BK_1569 66 1 1 P8-1 P8-2 12.7 VDC 12.4 VDC

77 22_PK_1569 1 1 22_BK_1569 2 2 TO_GF_2_P14 22_1569_TN 22_BK_1569 PANTRY_LED 11 33 TO_RC_JUMPER_3 22_1569_BK_GN 4 4 22 TO_PANTRY_HARNESS_3 P8 P8-3 P8-4 12.7 VDC LED OUT 12.7 VDC WHEN TURNED ON 22_1569_GN 33 22_1569_YL 22_YL_1569 1 1 22_1569_YL P7 44 22_YL_1569 1 22_PK_1569 PANTRY THERMISTOR ORION 22_1569_RD_BK SPL_D1 1 22_RD_1569 55 22_1569_RD 22_BR_1569 22_GY_1569 2 MANIFOLD 2 22_BK_1569 20_OR_1015 66 20_WH_BK_1015 3 3 22_VT_1569 P8-5 P8-6 12.7 VDC LED OUT 12.7 VDC WHEN TURNED ON 22_1569_OR_BU TO_GF_2_P7 4 22_BR_1569

11 4 5 22_LB_1569

22 5 6 20_OR_1015 RC LINER HARNESS 22_LB_1569 22_BR_1569 P13 33 6 7 20_WH_BK_1015 22 P9-1 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 22_LB_1569 11 44 22_1569_BU_WH 7 8 22_BU_1569 22_BR_1569 55 RC LED TOP FRONT 8 22 1 TO_GF_2_P13 SPL_RS TO_RC_JUMPER_1 TO_CABINET_HARNESS_RC_1 11 2 22_1569_PK J1 3 RC LED TOP BACK P9 P9-2 P9-3 12.7 VDC PULSED 12.7 VDC 4 22_1569_BR 22_1569_BR 1 MANIFOLD 1 SPL_D2 2 2 P9-4 P9-5 12.7 VDC PULSED 12.7 VDC 20_BK_1015 3 20_BR_1015 3 4 20_GY_1015 P10 P10-1 P10-2 12.7 VDC FLANGE HEATER/ WINDOW HEATER = 0 – 12.7 VDC (MAXIMUM) 20_GY_1015 5 22_LB_1569 4 6 22_BU_1569 22_BR_1569 5 20_BU_YL_1015 6

22_1569_GN TO_RC_JUMPER_2 TO_CABINET_HARNESS_RC_2 3 22_LB_1569 22 P15-1 VARIABLE FREQUENCY AND AMPLITUDE 115 VAC 22_1569_BU 22_BR_1569 11 2 SPL_GND_1 22_LB_1569 RC LED LH FRONT 22_1569_BK 22_1569_RD_BU 2 22_BU_WH_1569 6 22_BR_1569 22 P15 P15-2 VARIABLE FREQUENCY AND AMPLITUDE 115 VAC 1 18_1015_GN_YL 20_1015_BK_YL 11

TO_LINE_TESTER 22_1569_GN 22_1569_OR 22_1569_YL 9 5 4 22_1569_LB 22_1569_GN 7 5 4 3 RC LED LH BACK 22_BR_1569 22_1569_BU 22_1569_VT 22_1569_BR 22_1569_PK 22_1569_BU 22_1569_VT SPL_19 P15-3 VARIABLE FREQUENCY AND AMPLITUDE 115 VAC

1 1 22_BR_1569 SPL_14 22_LB_1569 TO_LH_DOOR 14 13 12 11 10 8 7 6 3 1 TO_RH_DOOR 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 2 1 2 2 P16-1 P16-8 TO_CABINET_HARNESS_LH TO_CABINET_HARNESS_RH 3 3

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 4

LH DOOR HARNESSES TO_RC_LINER_155 22_LB_1569 TO_RC_JUMPER_1 22_BR_1569 6 6 22 P16-2 P16-7 20_WH_BK_1015 11 22_1569_LB RH HINGE JUMPER HARNESS 20_OR_101577 22_1569_GN RC LED RH FRONT 20_1015_WH 22_1569_BU_WH 8 8 P16 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 22_1569_BK_GN 1 22_1569_BK 22_1569_YL P16-3 P16-6 22_1569_BR 2 22_1569_YL 11 22_1569_BK 22_1569_OR IDI MOTOR 3 22 22_1569_BU 22_1569_BR_WH 14 TO_REED_SWITCH 22_LB_1569 22_BR_1569 5 22 P16-4 P16-5 7 11

*null* 6 20_1015_RD 16_1015_GN_YL RC LED RH BACK 16_1015_GN_YL 7 16_1015_GN_YL

TO_IDI_MOTOR SPL_10

22_1569_BK_GN TO_DOOR_HARN 22_1569_PK 22_1569_PK(RCL&NDID) J2-2 COMMUNICATION WIN DATA 22_1569_BR 11 22_1569_VT 11 22_1569_BR_WH TO_SPARSH_J6 TO_SPARSH_J2 22 SPARSH J2 11 22_1569_BR_WH 2 2 TO_REED_SWITCH_ID IM_DUCT_HEATER_SPL_1 J2-4 J2-1 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 22 IM_DUCT_HEATER_SPL_2 22_1569_LB 3 3 22_1569_LB 22_1569_VT 3 3 J2

TO_IM_DOOR 44 20_OR_1015 1 1 1 20_WH_BK_1015 22_1569_TN 2 2 J2 Antenna 2 J3 J3-2 J3-1 5V PROXIMITY SENSOR 22_1569_YL 22_1569_BR_WH 1 22_1569_VT 3 J1 J1 Antenna IM DUCT HEATER PROX_SENSOR_SPL_1 2 1 J6 3 11 4 22 22_1569_VT 2 4 22_1569_VT 3 5 TO_IM_DOOR_2_TUI SPL_WIDE_2 PROX_SENSOR_SPL_2 TO_INNER_DOOR 22_1569_BR 1 1 TO_RH_HINGE_JUMPER J6 J6-1 J6-2 12.7 VDC FLIPPER MULLION HEATER OUTPUT (LEFT DOOR) 22_1569_LB Dispenser heater 1 22_1569_YL 2 2 WI-FI_GENERATION DOOR DUCT HEATER 2 22_1569_BR_WH 3 J7 33 RH DOOR IN DOOR HARNESS J4-1 J4-4 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 2 2 4 44 11FLIPPER MULLION HEATER_1 55 SPARSH UI 66 77 22_1569_OR TO_IDI_DOOR_2 3 88 22_1569_BR_WH TO_WINDOW_HEATER J4 2 22_1569_BU_WH 22 TRITON/NELEUS_J8 TRITON_J4 11 11 1 11 J4-3 COMMUNICATION WIN DATA 22 22_1569_BK_GN 22 22_1569_LB 33 FLANGE_HEATER_CD FILL TUBE HEATER_4 4 4 J4 33 22_1569_GN 22_1569_TN 1 22_1569_BR_WH 11 2 22_1569_BK 44 3 22_1569_VT FLANGE_HTR_SPL_1 22 TO_PROXIMITY_SENSOR 22_1569_TN TO_SPARSH_J3 22_1569_BK_GN J5-1 CONSTANT 12.7 VDC 1 11 22_1569_YL 22_1569_GN 22 2

33 22_1569_LB

44 22_1569_BK

J8 55 22_1569_PK 22_1569_TN 22_1569_TN J5-2 PULSED 12.7 VDC 22_1569_YL 1 66 22_1569_BR SPL_1 FLANGE_HTR_SPL_2 SPL_2 22_1569_YL 22_1569_GN TRITON/NELEUS UI 77 2 88 ICE DOOR MOTOR ASSEMBLY J5 J5-3 PULSED 12.7 VDC 11

22

J5 33

44 DOOR ICE MAKER JUMPER HARNESS 22_1569_BU 11 22_1569_BR 22 J5-4 PULSED 12.7 VDC 22_1569_PK 22 22_1569_YL 11 55 TRITON_J5 22_1569_GN 1 1 TO_REED_SWITCH_OD GLOBAL STRIP 5 11 22_1569_BK TRITON/NELEUS_J6 TRITON/NELEUS_J10 22 22_1569_WH ICE BIN SENSOR J5-5 PULSED 12.7 VDC 33 22_1569_GY 44 22_1569_TN 11 22_1569_GN ICE MAKER MODULE 22_1569_BR 22 55 22_1569_RD 22 22_1569_YL 22_1569_YL 11 66 22_1569_VT 33 22_1569_BR 77 22_1569_PK 44 22_1569_BR 1 1 SPL_GND_6 88 22_1569_YL 55 22_1569_BR SPL_VCC_2 J10 99 22_1569_OR 66 22_1569_BR 2 2 GLOBAL STRIP 4 J6-1 J6-3 12.7 VDC SWITCH VOLTAGE = 12.7 VDC, WHEN OPEN 10 10 77 22_1569_RD 8 8 22_1569_BK 3 3 TO_IM_JUMPER TO_IM_HARNESS 4 4 J6

5 5 TRITON

6 6 J6-4 J6-6 12.7 VDC SWITCH VOLTAGE = 12.7 VDC, WHEN OPEN

11 22_1569_RD 1 ICE MAKER MODULE WATER_PADDLE_SW_1 22 22_1569_BK 1 33 22_1569_GN 1 WATER_PADDLE_SW_2 11 J8-1 J8-2 DISPENSER HEATER, PULSED = 0 – 12.7 VDC (MAXIMUM) ICE_PADDLE_SW_1 22 J6 44 1 33 ICE_PADDLE_SW_2 55 ICE_BOX_SWITCH 1 1 22_1569_BR 22 TO_ICEBOX_SWITCH 22_1569_YL 11 66 22_1569_YL IM SENSOR

GLOBAL STRIP 3 J8-3 J8-4 FILL TUBE HEATER, PULSED = 0 – 12.7 VDC (MAXIMUM) WATER VALVE, PULSED = 0 – 12.7 VDC (MAXIMUM) 22_1569_BR 22 J8 J8-5 J8-6 22_1569_YL 11

GLOBAL STRIP 2

22_1569_BR 22 J8-7 J8-8 DOOR DUCT HEATER, PULSED = 0 – 12.7 VDC (MAXIMUM) 22_1569_YL 11

GLOBAL STRIP 1

J10-1 J10-2 3.3VDC ICE BOX THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 0 – 3.3 VDC. MAXIMUM

J10-3 J10-4 3.3VDC DOOR ICE MAKER THERMISTOR OUTPUT = 0 – 3.3 VDC. MAXIMUM

J10 J10-5 J10-6 3.3VDC SWITCH VOLTAGE = 3.3 VDC, WHEN OPEN

J10-7 J10-8 3.3VDC SWITCH VOLTAGE = 3.3 VDC, WHEN OPEN

J10-9 J10-10 12.7 VDC ICE MAKER MOTOR

WiFi J1-1 J1-4 12.7 VDC CONSTANT 12.7 VDC J1

J1-3 COMMUNICATION WIN DATA

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