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SAFETY PRECATUTIONSS..................................................................................................................................................... 2
1. SPECIFICATIONS................................................................................................................................................................ 3
2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION..................................................................................................................................................... 4
3. DISASSEMBLY.............................................................................................................................................................. 5-29
REMOVING AND REPALCING REFRIGERATOR DOORS................................................................................................ 5
DOOR............................................................................................................................................................................... 6-7
SUB, PCB .............................................................................................................................................................................8
DOOR ALIGNMENT............................................................................................................................................................. 9
FAN AND FAN MOTOR.................................................................................................................................................. 9-10
REFRIGERATOR LIGHT (TOP).....................................................................................................................................11-12
MULTI DUCT...................................................................................................................................................................... 12
DISPENSER....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
DISPLAY PCB.................................................................................................................................................................... 13
CUSTOMCHILL DISPLAY............................................................................................................................................ 13-14
ICE BUTTON ASSEMBLY.................................................................................................................................................. 14
WATER BUTTON ASSEMBLY........................................................................................................................................... 14
ICE CORNER DOOR REPLACEMENT.............................................................................................................................. 14
ICEMAKER REPLACEMENT............................................................................................................................................. 15
SUB PCB FOR WORKING DISPENSER........................................................................................................................... 15
CAP DUCT MOTOR REPLACEMENT............................................................................................................................... 16
MODULE FILTER REPLACAEMENT................................................................................................................................. 16
MODULE FILTER PART REPALCEMENT......................................................................................................................... 17
HOW TO REMOVE A ICE BIN........................................................................................................................................... 17
HOW TO INSERT A ICE BIN.............................................................................................................................................. 17
CUSTOMCHILL DRAWER............................................................................................................................................ 18-21
HOT TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE PULLOUT DRAWER................................................................................. 22-23
WATER VALVE DISASSEMBLY METHOD....................................................................................................................... 24
FAN MOTOR DISASSEMBLY METHOD........................................................................................................................... 24
CAUTION : SEALED SYSTEM REPAIR............................................................................................................................ 25
WAY VALVE SERVICE...................................................................................................................................................... 25
HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE HOMEBAR ................................................................................................... 26
HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THEHOMEBAR DOOR......................................................................................... 27
HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY, REFRIGERATOR............................................. 28
HOW TO REMOVE FRAME DOOR SWITCH OF DOOR FOAM....................................................................................... 29
4. ADJUSTMENT.................................................................................................................................................................... 30
COMPRESSOR.................................................................................................................................................................. 30
5. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM............................................................................................................................................................ 31
6. TROUBLESHOOTING................................................................................................................................................... 32-33
7. PCB PICTURE............................................................................................................................................................... 34-35
8. TROUBLESHOOTING WITH ERROR DISPLAY.......................................................................................................... 34-78
9. REFERENCE................................................................................................................................................................. 79-82
10. COMPONENT TESTING INFORMATION................................................................................................................... 83-92
11. COMPRESSOR TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................................... 93-105
12. ICEMAKER OPERATIONG METHOD AND TROUBLE SHOOTING..................................................................... 106-109
13. DESCRIPTION OF FUNCTION & CIRCUIT OF MICOM.......................................................................................... 110-113
14. EXPLODED VIEW & REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST..................................................................................................... 114

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1. SPECIFICATIONS
1-1 LMXS30776S
30 cu.ft.
ITEMS SPECIFICATIONS ITEMS SPECIFICATIONS
DOOR DESIGN Side Rounded VEGETABLE TRAY Clear Drawer Type
DIMENSIONS (inches) 35 3/4 X 38 1/8 X 70 1/4 (WXDXH) 30cu.ft. COMPRESSOR Linear
NET WEIGHT (pounds) 180kg(397lb) EVAPORATOR Fin Tube Type
COOLING SYSTEM Fan Cooling CONDENSER Spiral Condenser (AI)
TEMPERATURE CONTROL Micom Control REFRIGERANT R-134a(135g)
DEFROSTING SYSTEM Full Automatic LUBRICATING OIL ISO10 (280 ml)
Heater Defrost DEFROSTING DEVICE SHEATH HEATER
DOOR FINISH Stainless REFRIGERATOR LED Module
LAMP
HANDLE TYPE Bar FREEZER LED Module
INNER CASE ABS Resin
INSULATION Polyurethane Foam

DIMENSIONS

Description LMXS30776S
Depth w/ Handles A 38 1/8 in
Depth w/o Handles B 35 5/8 in
Depth w/o Door C 30 7/8 in
Depth (Total with Door Open) D 49 ½ in
Height to Top of Case E 68 3/4 in
Height to Top of Door Hinge F 70 1/4 in
Width G 35 3/4 in
Width (door open 90 deg. w/o handle) H 40 in
Width (door open 90 deg. w/ handle) I 45 in

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2. PARTS IDENTIFICATION

Adjustable Refrigerator Shelf

LED interior lamps Door-In-Door Case

Cheese & Butter Bin

Indoor Ice Bin

Condiment Bin
Crisper
EasyReach™

Custom Chill™ Drawer
Pullout Drawer

Durabase® and Durabase® Divider

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3. DISASSEMBLY
3-1 REMOVING AND REPLACING REFRIGERATOR DOORS

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3-3 Sub, PCB

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3-4 Door Alignment 3-5 FAN AND FAN MOTOR

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3-6 Refrigerator Light (Top)

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3-7 MULTI DUCT

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3-8 DISPENSER 3-10 CustomChill DISPLAY

3-9 DISPLAY PCB

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3-11 ICE BUttoN ASSEMBLY

3-12 WATER BUTTON ASSEMBLY

3-13 ICE CORNER DOOR REPLACEMENT

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3-14 ICEMAKER REPLACEMENT

3-15 SUB PCB FOR WORKING DISPENSER

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3-16 CAP DUCT MOTOR REPLACEMENT 3-17 Module filter Replacement

① ② ③
→ →

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3-18 Module filter Part Replacement 3-19 HOW TO REMOVE A ICEBIN

3-20 HOW TO INSERT A ICE BIN

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3-21 CustomChill Drawer

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4

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22

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22

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3-23 WATER VALVE DISASSEMBLY METHOD 3-24 Fan motor assembly disassembly method

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3-25 CAUTION : Sealed System Repair

3-26 Way Valve Service
3-27 HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE HOMEBAR

7 7

7

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3-28 HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE HOMEBAR DOOR

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3-29 HOW TO REMOVE AND REINSTALL THE DOOR FOAM ASSEMBLY, REFRIGERATOR

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3-30 HOW TO REMOVE FRAME DOOR SWITCH OF DOOR FOAM

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4-1 COMPRESSOR 4-2-3 Compressor protection logic
4-1-1 Role

4-1-2 Notes for Usage

4-1-3 Remove the cover PTC

(1) Remove the Cover Back M/C

(2) Remove two screws on comp base

(3) Use a L-shaped flap tooll to pry off the cover
(4) Assembly in reverse order of disassembly

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Ice Type

When checking Resistance values, make sure to
R efrigerator

turn off the power, and wait for the voltage to
Freezer

discharge.
Fresh
Auto Air Filter
Power F ilter Reset
Hold 3s ec

Within 3 hours after the error : Press the Ice Plus button and Freezer button simultaneousl
y
Ice Plus

All errors, except for “E rt”, “E SS”, “E HS”, “E IS(except for Icing sensor)”. “E gF”, “E It” error,
Light
Water F ilter
F ilter Reset
Hold 3s ec

are displayed.
Door Alarm
Lock
Hold 3s ec

“E IS” which is displayed without input of user is the error of Icing Sensor.

1 Normality None Normal operation of Display
2 Freezer Sensor E S Short or Disconnection
Error of Freezer Sensor
Refrigerator Short or Disconnection
3 Sensor Error E rS of Refrigerator Sensor
Freezer Defrost Short or Disconnection
4 S ensor Error F dS Of Defrost Sensor
Refrigerator Defrost Short or Disconnection
5 Sensor Error r dS Of Defrost Sensor

Humidity Short or Disconnectio
n Check Each sensor and its
6 Sensor Error E HS Of Humidity Connector.

Short or disconnection of
Icing Sensor the sensor about Ice maker
7 Error E IS (Icing sensor, Ice maker
sensor)
Pantry sensor Short or Disconnection
8 error E SS of Pantry Sensor
Room Temp Short or Disconnectoin of
9 Sensor Error E rt Room temp.sensor
When the ice does not drop
Ice maker kit Other Electric system error even when the I/M Test S/W
10 defect E It such as moter, gear, Hall,IC is pressed
operation circuit within I/M kit (same as model applied
Twisting Ice Maker before)
Flow Error of flow meter or water
11 Meter(Sensor) E gF Error of flow meter or water input or low water pressure or
Defect input or low water pressure flow meter connection
Even though it is passed
Freezer F 50Minute since then Defrosting,
12 dH
Defrosting Error If Defrosting sensor is not Temperature Fuse
Over 40°F (5°C), it is caused Disconnection Heater
Even though it is passed Disconnection, DRAIN Jam,
50Minute since then Defrosting,
Poor Relay for Heater
13 Refrigerator r dH
Defrosting Error If Defrosting sensor is not
Over 40°F (5°C), it is caused
It is caused when feedback
Abnormality of signal isn’t over 65 seconds Poor BLDC Motor connection,
14 BLDC FAN Motor F IF during BLDC FAN motor DRIVE IC, and TR
for Ice Making operating

It is caused when feedback
Abnormality of signal isn’t over 65 seconds Poor BLDC Motor connection,
15 BLDC FAN Motor E FF during BLDC FAN motor DRIVE IC, and TR
for Freezer operating

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7. PCB PICTURE
7-1 Main PCb

EBR78643401)

7-2 Display PCB

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7-3 Sub PCB

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8. Troubleshooting With Error Display
8-1 Freezer Sensor Error (E FS)

℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃

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8-2 Refrigerator Sensor Error (E rS)

℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃

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8-3 Icing Sensor Error (E IS)

℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃

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8-4 Defrist Sensor Error (F dS)

℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃

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8-5 Defrost Sensor Error (r dS)

℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃
℉ ℃

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8-6 Defrost Heater Error (F dH)

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8-7 Defrost Heater Error (r dH)

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8-8 Refrigerator Fan Error (E rF)

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8-9 Freezer Fan Error (E FF)

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8-10 Icing Fan Error (E IF)

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8-11 Condenser Fan Error (E CF)

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8-12 Communication Error (E CO)

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8-13 Cube mode doesn’t work

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8-14 Crush mode doesn’t work

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8-15 Water mode doesn’t work

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8-18 Middle room lamp doesn’t work

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8-17 Freezer room lamp doesn’t work

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8-18 Refrigerator room lamp doesn’t work

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8-19 Roop cooling in Fresh food section

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8-20 Poor cooling In Freezer compartment

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10. Reference
10-1 TEST MODE and Removing TPA

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10-2 TEMPERATURE CHART - FREEZER AND ICING SENSOR

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10-3 TEMPERATURE CHART - REFRIGERATOR AND DEFROST SENSOR

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10-4 How to check the Fan-Error

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11. COMPONENT TESTING INFORMATION
11-1 Defrost Seneor of Defrost heater (F/R)

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11-2 Sheath Heater (Freezer Room)

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11-3 Sheath Heater (Refrigerator Room)

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11-4 Door Switch, H

Function

How to <Switch, Refrigerator>
Measure

Button
(Plunger)

1 2 3 4

2 1

Beep

Standard Multimeter beep – Switch,R

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11-5 Door Switch, F

Function

How to
No magnet Magnet near the Switch
Measure

magnet

Magnet must be center of Switch

Magnet Center
Magnet Center
Switch Center
Switch Center

Bad position Good position

Standard

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11-6 Dispenser DC Motor

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11-7 AC Motor ASSEMBLY

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11-8 Damper

Function

How to
Measure

< Damper Circuit >

1 Blue 1 Blue
2 Red
3 White

3 White

3 Yellow Check the 1 , 3

< extension >

Check the 2 , 4 Check the 1 ,3

Standard Damper

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11-9 Lamp Socket

Function

How to
Measure

(1) (2)

(3) (4)

Standard

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11-10 Flow Sensor

Function

How to
Measure

Standard

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12. Compressor Troubleshooting

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12-1 Check A

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12-2 Check B
B1. LED blinks once, then repeats (FCT0 Fault) Protection Logic

Blink OFF Blink OFF

- Purpose : Detecting motor current and voltage error
- Check voltage at point A (Motor Voltage), point B (Motor Current) and Point C (Capacitor Voltage)
when compressor is off.
- Spec : Points A, B & C 2.5V ± 0.3V

Protection
Blink 1 time
logic
(FCT 0) Check B1
Check B

Out of spec? Y
(2.2 - 2.8V) Replace Driver P C B
B
N GND

Reset Power A
C

※ Devices should not be short-circuited when you checkC

B2. LED blinks two times, then repeats (Stroke Trip) Protection Logic

Blink Blink OFF Blink Blink OFF
- Purpose : Prevent abnormally long piston strokes.
- Case 1. If compressor doesn’t work and LED blinks
- Cause : Possibly harness from compressor to PCB might be defective
- Case 2. If compressor works intermittently and LED blinks
- Cause : C ondenser Fan or Freezer Fan is not running. Sealed system problem such as moisture restriction,
restriction apillary tube or refrigerant leak.
- Logic : Compressor is forced to off and then tries to restart after 1 minute.

Protection
Blink 2 times
logic
(Stroke Trip) C heck B 2 N
Check B Fix Harness

Compressor Y Harness Y
Connecting
Doesn’t work
Check C
Replace
Driver PCB
N Compressor Y Capacitor N Replace
Works Intermitte ntly Spec.
Capacitor
OK Check C

Fix NG Cycle Y
Cycle Check E Y
Compressor N Replace
Damage
Repeat N Stroke Trip Reset Check C
Compressor
Check Procedure Occur? Power
Y

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B3. LED blinks three times, then repeats (Stroke Trip)

B4. LED blinks five times, then repeats (Locked Piston)

B5. LED blinks six times, then repeats (Current Trip)

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B6. LED blinks seven times, then repeats

Blink Blink Blin k Blink Blink Blink Blink OFF

- Purpos e: P revent high current due to IPM S hort
- Caus e: Damaged IPM (Dead Short)
- Test for a dead short at P oint A with a V OM.
- Logic: C ompres s or is forced off and tries to restart in 20 s econds .

A

Protection
Blink 7 times
logic
(Lock Piston Trip) C heck B 5
Check B

Y Check IPM Short N
Compressor Replace
visual inspection Tes t
Doesn’t work Drive PCB
(turn off) Point A
Modify Y
N Repeat
Compressor Y Check Procedure
Power
Damage
Reset
Check C3
NG Replace
Compressor

B7.LED Blinks eight times, then repeats (Communication Error)

Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink Blink Blin k F F O

- Purpos e: To detect Set control Micom and communication error
- Caus e: C ommunication Error
- Logic: LED blink.(C ompres s or runs reference value before occurring communication Error)

1. Check Temp. & 2. Check whether or
Sound Pres sure of not C-Fan Works
Protection Comp and D-pipe
blink 8 times
logic
(Communication Error)check B7
Check

Check Comp. Starting Y
when C-fan doesn’t work Replace Driver PCB

N
Reset Repeat
Power Check Procedure

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12-3 Check C

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12- 4 Check D
D1. Activate Protection logic Cycle check with protection logic

D2. sealed system diagnosis Sealed system

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No LED operating condition Cause Service guideline

LED two - time repetiton (Stroke Trip)

1

on - on - off - on - on - off - on - on - off repeating

LED five - time repetiton (Piston Lock Trip)

2

on - on - on - on - on - off - on - on - on - on - on - off repeating

LED six - time repetiton (Current Trip)

3

on - on - on - on - on - on - off - on - on - on - on - on - on - off repeating

LED seven- time repetiton (IPM Fault Trip)

4

on - on - on - on - on - on - on - off - on - on -on - on - on - on- on - off repeating

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12- 5 SERVICE DIAGNOSIS CHART

COMPLAINT POINTS TO BE CHECKED REMEDY

Warm position. Recommended position.

colder position. Recommended position.
Warm position.

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12- 6 REFRIGERATORION CYCLE

Troubleshooting Chart

TEMPERATURE
STATE OF STATE OF THE
CAUSE OF THE REMARKS
THE UNIT EVAPORATOR
COMPRESSOR

12-6-1 Cleaning

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12-6-2 SEALED SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS

“Not Cooling” Complaint
All components operating, No airflow problems, Not frosted up as a defrost
problem
problem has been isolated to sealed system area

Partial Frost None
Pattern?

Equalization Equalization
Test Test
Very Fast Very Slow Very Slow

Fast Very Fast
Inefficient Partial Complete
Compressor Restriction Restriction

Condenser Cap Tube
Temperature Sound
Hotter than Normal Faint

Room Temperature None to Weak

Air/Low Side Loss of Change
Leak

Compressor Not
Pumping
Trace of Oil
Yes

No
Leak

Under Change

(The equalization test is trying to restart a compresor using a start kit after it has been operationg.)

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13
13

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13-2 ICEMAKER FUNCTIONS

13-2-1Icemaking mode

13-2-2 Harvest mode

13-2-3 Fill/Park Position

13-3 Trouble Shooting Ice & Water System Issues

13-3-1 Icemaker not making ice or not making enough ice (Environmental Diagnosis)

Notmaking ice

Water saddle valve.
fill tube heater
Is Icemaker’s tray filled No
with water or Ice? all the water valve’
connection.

Yes
Temperature

Is measured Icing fan is working.
temperature below 10°F No multi duct is blocked
Measure the temp. gas leakage
in the icemaker
compartment

T ime Yes

How long has customer
No
waited for icemaker to
make ices?

If the issue haven’t resolved yet, though you have checked all the items above, go to next step.

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13-3-2 Icemaker not making ice or not making enough ice
(Icemaker Unit & Ice-detecting sensor Diagnosis)

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2s t STEP (Ice-detecting sensor Diagnosis)

1. Remove Ice bin from compartment 2. Close the left door 3. Wait for 3min.
(Door switch pushed)

4. Freezer door stays open Ice Type

Refrigerator

5. Push the refrigerator Freezer

button & lock button at the
same time.
Fresh
Auto Air Filter
Power Filter Rese
t
Hold 3sec

Ice Plus

Light
Water Filter
Filter Rese
t
Hold 3sec

Door Al arm
Lock
Hold 3sec

If ETY is shown on the display after the procedure above, Ice-detecting sensor is normal.
If FULL is shown on the display after the procedure above, Ice-detecting sensor is abnormal.

13-3-3 Icemaker not making ice or not making enough ice (Other suspected Items)
Strongly suspect items below If the issue remains yet, though all the diagnosis for icemaker has been carried out.
- Cap duct bad sealing
- Defective thermal sensor in the icemaker compartment
- Not cold icemaker compartment area (sealed system)

13-3-4 Not Dispensing Ice
Clogged Ice In the Ice Bin (suspected items)
- Customer haven’t used ice dispenser over a week.
Resolution : the ices gets stuck if customer doesn’t use ice dispenser.
In this case, empty the ice bin and wait until the newe ic s are stacked in the ice bin.
- Temperature of icemaker compartment is not cold enough.
Resolution : Check ice fan, sealed system, cap duct, vent and other items related to temperature.
- Cap duct doesn’t seal the air properly.
Resolution : Possibly, warm air could get into the compartment and make ices get stuck. Replace the cap duct with
new one.
- In-door geared motor doesn’t work
Resolution : Change the in-door geared motor and test it.
- The water comes out of fill cup and the water get into the ice bin.
Resolution : The water pressure from shutoff valve is too high.
Recommend to use regulator to the customer and close the shutoff valve slightly.
Clogged Ices In the Chute (suspected items)
- Cap duct doesn’t seal the air properly.
Resolution : Possibly, warm air could get into the compartment and make ices get stuck. Replace the cap duct with
new one.

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14
14

14-1-1 Function

14-1-2 How to Toggle the Display between °D & °C

14-1-3 Lock function (dispenser and display button lock)

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14-1-4 Filter condition display function

14-1-5 Air Filter selection

14-1-6 Ice Plus selection

14-1-7 Dispenser Use selection

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14-1-8 CONTROL OF FREEZER FAN MOTOR

2. When refrigerator is overloaded, fan motor runs in high speed as powered-up Standard speeds is used for general
purposes.
3. To improve cooling speed, the RPM of freezer fan motor changes from normal speed to high.

14-1-9 Cooling Fan Motor

14-1-10 Ice Compartment Fan

14-1-11 Refrigeration room Fan Motor

14-1-12 Ice PLUS

The first one hour the compressor, Freezer Fan and Icing Fan will be ON. The next 23 hours the Ice room will be
controlled at the lowest temperature. After 24 hours or if the Ice PLUS key is pressed again, the Ice room will return to its
previous temperature.
5. During the first hour :
(1) Compressor, Freezer Fan and Icing Fan run continuously.
(2) If a defrost cycle begins during the first 30 minutes of Ice Plus, the Ice PLUS cycle will complete its cycle after
defrosting has ended.
If the defrost cycle begins when Ice Plus has run for more than 30 minutes, Ice PLUS will run for 40 minutes after the
defrost is completed.
(3) If ice PLUS is pressed during defrost, Ice Plus Icon is on but this function will start seven minutes after defrost is
completed and it shall operate for three hours.
(4) If Ice Plus is selected within seven minutes after compressor has stopped, the compressor (compressor delays
seven minutes) shall start after the balance of the delay time.
6. For the rest of the 23 hours, the Ice room will be controlled at the lowest temperature.

14-1-13 How to set the display mode and cancel it

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14-1-14 Defrosting (removing frost)

For initial power on or for restoring power, defrosting starts when the compressor running time reaches 4 hours.
6.4 8 6.4 8
8-1-15.

14-1-15 Defect Diagnosis Function

plus

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15. EXPLODED VIEW & REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST

405J

S04

207B
402A 158C S11

500P
S04 503D
409D

158A
103B
271B 610F
S11
409F
S04 103A S04
502A 282G
207A
282H

S02 402A
120A
610D 406D
409H 628A
631C
405E

S10 327B

271D S11

500A
332D
145B 404C
605A
411A
249M
145A
313A 262B
120B
S14
146C
406B
S11 B02

605A
408A
262H
249G
B02 249C
302B 120G

408B
105B
S14
105A
302C
406F
619D 249D
318A
317A
105D
249V
106A
300A
314A
304A 610B

303C 303A
106A
312C 405H
312D
404A
306A

310B 405B
403B 329A
405F
301A
315B 405C
308B
315C
410G 407A 610C
315A
308A

315B
315C
205D

150A
264B

150F

150E
264A

264B

264A

136C
150F
145G

145C

145I
145K

136B

145F

145M
133C

132Q

145J 136E

133C
145H 134A

205D

132P

150B

237C 150D

150C
136A

253D
REFRIGERATOR PARTS
CAUTION: Use the part number to order part, not the position number.

141H
142C

142A 141A

142D 142B 141F 141B

141H 141H

141A 141A

141F 141B 141F 141B

255A

144A 255B 154D

177C

177E

255A 132P 162A

146E
141D
132S 161B

133E

177D 132P

161C 133E

161A

151B

151C

162B
151A

146E
205H

180A
207D
235A 231B 233B
500C

241K 250W

232A

281K
312F
241K

241B

241K

312G

281B 241B

207C
146F

281K
312E

241A
243C B06

624A

262E
262C
244A

243B
619C

205F

312B 619B

402B

233A 180A

624C 231A
615A

624G

250E 233H
405M
250B 252C
212G
232B
251A
250B
503E 241N
409I 253E
S05 S14
503A 406J 279M
241F 244F
S05 203A 241M

206K S08

201A B06 B06
406K 243F 243H
206L
B06 233E
405M

409I 243G
407G 233C
212D
262F

253A
250H
233G
249E
203B S03

250A

249J
250H
S05

S05

249K
B06
206K

B06
249F

206L
407G 201B

212D
276A
276G
276F

276I
405A

276B 275A

278C

279A

278D

402E 402C 279K

279L

501D

279B

281A
501A

279C
617A

616G

603C

623B

616G
S04

616J

623B
616J
616F

603C 627B

S04

S04

627A

619A

603B
630J

630J

612A

630F

630B

630C
600A 611A

607A

630A

630H

630D
606A
630E

630Q
630G
P/No. MFL62188124 DEC., 2014 Printed in Korea