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SERVICE AND WIRING SHEET

* Normal operating conditions are


W10641039
viewed when the air and temperature PERFORMANCE DATA
controls are at mid-setting, freezer *( NORMAL OPERATING CONDITIONS )
section 0 $ to -5 $ F, and unit is cycling. SYSTEM PRESSURE
Electrical Shock Hazard NOTE: Watt and pressure readings AMB
( PSIG )
WATTS HIGH SIDE LOW SIDE
Disconnect power before servicing. will vary and are influenced by the
70 $ 120 # 20120 # 20 -6" TO 3#
existing condition of the appliance,
Replace all parts and panels before operating. such as iced-up evaporator, condition
90 $ 130 # 20160
110 $ 140 # 20220
#
#
20 -4" TO 3#
20 -2" TO 4#
Failure to do so can result in death or of condenser, defrost cycle,
pull-down time and customer use.
electrical shock.

SERVICE INFORMATION ( W10643232 A )

1. COMPRESSOR SUCTION AND PROCESS STUBS MAY NOT BE INTERCHANGED UNLESS INDICATED BY **
2. REFRIGERANT CHARGE MUST BE APPLIED TO HIGH SIDE ONLY.
3. ICE MAKER AND WATER VALVE NOT ORIGINAL EQUIPMENT ON ALL MODELS.
4. CAUTION: ICE MAKER CYCLE MUST BE INITIATED ELECTRICALLY. DO NOT TRY TO MANUALLY START CYCLE.
5. THE PART NUMBER CAN BE FOUND ON THE COMPONENT. USE A REPLACEMENT PART OF SIMILAR PERFORMANCE.

GENERAL COMPONENT INFORMATION FOR ALL REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER MODELS


BE SURE TO USE CORRECT REPLACEMENT PARTS
EMBRACO
OHMS
EG WATTS WATTS RESISTANCE
COMPONENT (IF APPLICABLE) EM2Z60 EM3Z60
@ 120V
EMY260 EMYS60
@ 120V
EGX60 EGD60
COMPRESSOR W10253005 W10391109 W10164016 W10445423 W10187125 W10237272
RELAY-STARTING, EMB NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5
OVERLOAD PROTECTOR-T.I. NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5
COVER-TERMINAL - - - - - -
RUN WINDINGS - - - - - - -
START WINDINGS - - - - - - -
COMPRESSOR ELECTRICAL - - - - - -
RUN CAPACITOR NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 -
ADAPTIVE DEFROST NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5
DEFROST HEATER NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 350-480 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 350-480 42-30
DEFROST BI-METAL NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 -
EVAPORATOR FAN NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 1.5-2.5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 3.6-4.8 -
CONDENSER FAN NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 3.1-5.1 NOTE #5 NOTE #5 3.1-5.1 -

COMPRESSOR OPTIONS - REFER TO APPLICABLE DESIGN


( OIL COOLER NOT PRESENT ON ALL COMPRESSORS )
EMBRACO

SUCTION TUBE PROCESS TUBE

SUCTION TUBE DISCHARGE TUBE


SUCTION TUBE
PROCESS TUBE

DISCHARGE

DISCHARGE OIL COOLER


EG SERIES OPTIONAL EM2 SERIES PROCESS TUBE
EM SERIES

ELECTRONIC CONTROL FEATURES


The user interface in this appliance controls the product cooling system. The product cooling diagnostics
is in the bag of this page.
The cooling portion of the electronic control in this appliance controls the temperatures in the refrigerator
compartment and pulses the defrost heater.

The pulsed defrost feature is controlled in the following manner:

1. Pulsed Defrost Heat - During the defrost cycle the heater is energized continuously for the first 5 minutes.
It is then cycled off for 180 seconds and on for 120 seconds. This on/off cycle is repeated until
the Refrigerator thermistor reach the cut-in temperature or the maximum defrost time ( 55 minutes ) is reached.

SERVICE AND WIRING SERVICE AND WIRING


SHEET NO. SHEET NO.

W10641039 W10641039
In some European factories the letter "W" of the part code mentioned herein will be automatically
02-Oct-2013 13:29:22 EDT | RELEASED replaced by the number "4000" (e.g. "W12345678" becomes "400012345678")
SERVICE DIANOSTICS MODE

SWITCH AND LED DIAGRAM

LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5 Filter Fast Lock Light Moisture Filter LED6 LED7 LED8 LED9 LED10
Cool

SW6 SW5 SW4 SW3 SW2 SW1


To ENTER DIAGNOSTICS MODE:
Set Freezer Temp to lowest setting prior to entering SERVICE DIAGNOSTIC MODE. (LED 1 should be only LED
illuminated over "Freezer Temp")
Press SW6 and SW4 simultaneously for at least 3 seconds.
Release both buttons after all LED's are illuminated for 1 second.
All Icons and loads are turned Off. The Service Personal must use SW1 button
to advance steps into Service Mode.
The display will show LED1 on to indicate the control is in step 1 of the diagnostics routine.
Each step must be manually advanced. Press SW1 to move to the next step in the sequence.
Diagnostics will begin at Step 1 following the sequence shown in Table 1. To guarantee good voltage
comparison to indicate load failure, a minimum of 2 seconds is needed in each step for system stabilization.
All thermistors will be tested without action required from Service Technician. This check is done after
Heater Off (Step 6).

To EXIT SERVICE DIAGNOSTICS Mode, do one of the following 4 options:


1) Press SW1 and SW2 simultaneously for 3 seconds.
2) Disconnect the product from power.
3) Allow 20 minutes to pass.
4) Press SW1 after service check completed.
Following the exit of the diagnostic mode, the controls will then resume normal operation.

PASS CONDITION: Pressing SW1 while in Step 13 the system returns to normal mode.
FAIL CONDITION: Pressing SW1 while in Step 13 fail message status is displayed by blinking LED´s for specific
failure as shown in Table 2.

TABLE 1
Step Component Tested Verify DISPLAY INFORMATION
No.
Check in the FC:
1 EVAP FAN ON
Fan Turn ON LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5

2 EVAP FAN OFF OFF


LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5

3 COMPRESSOR/CONDENSER FAN ON Compressor/Fan Turn ON


LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5

4 COMPRESSOR/CONDENSER FAN OFF OFF


LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Feel warm after 3-5 minutes
5 HEATER ON
in the FC Wall LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5

6 HEATER OFF OFF


LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
RC, FC and Evap Thermistor No action, Self check.
7
Check At the end of routine (see Table 2) LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
RC, FC and Evap Thermistor
8 OFF
complete LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Check 14 VCD at Mullion (see elec.
9 Mullion Heater ON
diag.) is not warm enough to feel it LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Mullion Heater OFF
OFF
10 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Damper ON With a Mirror, check if
11 the Damper is moving in the FC LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Damper OFF
OFF
12 LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Service Check Completed Returns to Normal Mode
13 or Failure Message LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
Step
No.
Load Failure TABLE 2
1 RC THERMISTOR
LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5

2 EVAP THERMISTOR
LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5
3 FC THERMISTOR
LED1 LED2 LED3 LED4 LED5

NOTE: WHEN MORE THAN ONE FAILURE IS DETECTED, THE MAJOR FAIL IS SHOWED
WHEN SERVICE MODE IS ENTERED, ALL MAIN CONTROL BOARD LOADS: DEFROST HEATER, COMPRESSOR, FANS, ETC. ARE TURNED OFF.
ONLY THE LOAD BEING CHECKED DURING A DIAGNOSTIC STEP IS ENERGIZED.
In some European factories the letter "W" of the part code mentioned herein will be automatically
02-Oct-2013 13:29:22 EDT | RELEASED replaced by the number "4000" (e.g. "W12345678" becomes "400012345678")
MANUFACTURED UNDER ONE OR MORE
NOTES: OF THE FOLLOWING UNITED STATES PATEN TS

1. GROUND COMPRESSOR THROUGH CHASSIS. 3,960,631 4,659,157 4,765,696 4,908, 544 5,011,101
4,084,725 4,665,708 4,767,896 4,911, 508 5,033,182
4,090,641 4,694,553 4,768,353 4,914, 928 5,033,273
2. IM SOLENOID VALVE GROUNDED THROUGH MOUNTING.
Electrical Shock Hazard 4,102,660
4,327,557
4,706,169
4,707,401
4,776,178
4,787,216
4,920,
4,924,
758
680
5,042,398
5,044,704
Disconnect power before servicing. 4,330,310
4,640,432
4,709,556
4,715,512
4,799,362
4,800,935
4,934,
4,936,
541
641
5,050,777
5,070,708
Replace all panels before operating. 4,649,712
4,649,717
4,728,759
4,745,656
4,801,181
4,833,894
4,944,
4,958,
566
890
5,077,985
D309,461
Failure to do so can result in death or electrical shock. 4,649,718 4,745,775 4,862,577 4,996, 848

WIRING DIAGRAM OTHER PATENTS PENDING

W10641039 A
BK BK/WH

BK BK
BK/WH
WH OR OR YL YL
WH
BK ICE MAKER MULLION
BK RD BK BK
OPTIONAL ON HEATER
TN BU
TN SOME MODELS BU BU BU VT
GN/YL

OR
BU

RD
GN/YL YL YL
1 2 3 4 WH
WH WH
EVAP
SPARSH UI
COVER BK OR
WH 1 2 3
WH WH
WH BK BK

YL

VT
RD/WH RD/WH RD/WH OR YL YL
WH
VT BK BU
VT BU
THERMAL
BR BR FUSE
EVAP
BR BR
FAN
WH BU/YL BK BK BK BK
RD/WH
DIAMOND

3 1
J1 WH/BU
OR LED AC/DC YL YL YL
YL/BU OR
DEFROST

1
J2 J3 BK
TN TN HEATER 1 2 BK/WH BK/WH

2
TN WH

BK
OR
GN/YL GN/YL
GN/YL
EVAP
THERMISTOR BK
DIAMOND OR
RC

2
J2
LED DC

1
BK
SWITCH RIGHT

WH

FC RC
THERMISTOR SWITCH LEFT
BK/WH
YL RC RD RD

THERMISTOR
VT VT
VT VT BK BK
POINT LED
OR OR
C NO LEFT
BK BK
FC SWITCH
NC BK BK
POINT LED
RIGHT OR OR

FC Lamp YL/RD YL/RD

AIR GN/YL GN/YL

BAFFLE WH WH
YL/RD

RD RD
WH WH

YL/RD YL/RD VT
DISP.
SWITCH
FREEZER SECTION REFRIGERATOR SECTION RD
DOOR ASSEMBLY
SERVICE & WIRING SHEET NO.

YL YL

RD

OR OR

WH WH

WH WH

BK VT

GN/YL

WH

YL/RD GN/YL

WH WH

RD/WH BK

BR YL

TN WH
YL/RD

GN/YL
RD/WH

GN/YL
BK
WH
WH

WH
BR

YL

WH
TN

BK

YL/RD
RD

VT

SERVICE

YL

YL
RD
BK

OR
BU

WH
VT

WH
RD

GN/YL CORD
YL

WH

BK
BR

WH/RD
TN

RD

RD/YL

GN/YL

GN/YL
RD/WH

BK SMOOTH

GN/YL
RD

VT

RD

YL/RD

WH

OR
BK

RD

YL
BU

VT
YL
TN

WH
TN BK RIBBED
GN/YL
RD/WH

WH
W10641039 A

BR BR
BK BK
WH
ICE MAKER VT VT
WH WH
WATER VALVE TN WH WH/RD RD
VT WH
WH
VT
RD
M M

YL
WH
RD
WH

RD
WH
BK

VT
YL
WH
YL
1
WH C RD 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 OR
RD 2 1
C P1 P5
ISOLATION 2
OVERLOAD RD/YL WH
4
VALVE YL/RD P2 P8
S S 5
RD/WH
VT 6
COMP RUN CAP
BR
7
VT RD
OPTIONAL
PTC RELAY MODULE
WH/RD WH/RD
1 MINATOR BOARD

WH
BK
1
WH P3
WH
W10640450 A
M 2
P4 BU
WATER DISP 3
VALVE 4
YL
CONDENSOR S
FAN MOTOR RELAY

Printed in Mexico
CHASSIS

In some European factories the letter "W" of the part code mentioned herein will be automatically
02-Oct-2013 13:29:22 EDT | RELEASED replaced by the number "4000" (e.g. "W12345678" becomes "400012345678")
115 VOLTS
60 HERTZ

MINOTAUR PCB
WH

BK WH
L1 1 1
RD WH WH

L2 2 2 WH
COND FAN MOTOR VOLTAGE TEST POINTS MINOTAUR
P1
M M WH FROM COLOR TO COLOR
WH
WH
3 3 RD C C WH P1-1 BK P1-2 WH 120 VAC INPUT - CONSTANT WHEN UNIT PLUGGED IN
P1
S S P1-2 WH P1-4 RD 120 VAC OUTOUT TO COMPRESOR /CONDENSER FAN WHEN COOLING
OVERLOAD BU

RD PTC RUN CAP P2-1 YL P1-1 BK 120 VAC INPUT RC LIGHT SWITCH FEEDBACK
COMP 4 4 RC LIGHT
COMPRESSOR P2
P2-4 RD/YL P1-1 BK 120 VAC INPUT FC LIGHT SWITCH FEEDBACK
SWITCH P2-6 RD/WH P1-2 WH 120 VAC OUTPUT TO EVAP FAN WHEN COOLING
BK YL BK WH/BU WH/RD
DIAMOND LED
MAIN P2-7 BR P1-2 WH 120 VAC OUTPUT TO DEFROST HEATER WHEN ENERGIZED
BOARD AC/DC
FC LIGHT YL CONTROL P3 P3-1 WH/RD P1-1 BK 120 VAC OUTPUT TO FC LIGHT AND RC LIGHTS
1 P4-1 BK P4-4 YL 14 VDC OUTPUT USER INTERFACE
FC LIGHT DIAMOND LED POINT LEDS P4
BOARD DC P4-3 COMMUNICATION
OR
RD P5-1 VT P5-2 RD 5 VDC INPUT RC THERMISTOR
2 BK NC YL/RD YL/RD WH/RD P5
P5-3 WH P5-4 YL 5 VDC INPUT FC THERMISTOR
C
NO P8 P8-1 OR P8-2 WH 5 VDC INPUT EVAP THERMISTOR
FC LIGHT
P2 3 SWITCH

RD/YL
RC LIGHT 4

YL/RD
AIR BAFFLE 5
EVAP FAN MOTOR VOLTAGE TEST POINTS SPARSH

RD/WH RD/WH WH WH
EVAP FAN 6 FROM COLOR TO COLOR
J2-1 BK/YL J2-3 RD/YL 14 VDC OUTPUT USER INTERFACE

HEATER 7 BR WH J2
J2-2 COMMUNICATION

THERMAL DEFROST
FUSE HEATER
WH/RD
1
WH
ICE
MAKER WH
2 FUSE
ICE MAKER
WATER VALVE
3
WH
P3
4 DISP. ISOLATION VALVE
SWITCH
WH
5 NO
V
C
WATER DISP
6
NC
VALVE
WH WH

7 AIR
BAFFLE WH/RD
WIRE COLOR CODE
8
BU = BLUE
BK = BLACK
RD = RED
BK
MULLION HEATER WH = WHITE
+14V 1 1 1 1 YL = YELLOW
J6 OR = ORANGE
SPARSH UI 2 2
BR = BROWN
GY = GRAY
PK = PINK
P4 2 2 PU = PURPLE
TN = TAN
OR/BK = ORANGE/BLACK TRACER
YL/RD = YELLOW/RED TRACER
WIDE 3 3
BU BU/BK = BLUE/BLACK TRACER
WH/BU = WHITE/BLUE TRACER
BK/YL = BLACK/YELLOW TRACER
WH/RD = WHITE/RED TRACER
DIG GND 4 4
YL GN/YL = GREEN/YELLOW TRACER
BK/WH = BLACK/WHITE TRACER
1 1 YL/BK = YELLOW/BLACK TRACER
RC THERMISTOR RD/WH = RED/WHITE TRACER
VT
RC THERM 1 1 2 J2
2

RC GND 2 2 RD
4 4
P5 FC THERMISTOR
FC THERM 3
WH
3
SYMBOL CODE
FC GND 4 4 YL
= CONNECTOR - SCREW ON
EVAP THERMISTOR = CONNECTOR - CLOSED END
OR = DISCONNECT TERMINAL
EVAP THERM 1 = PERMANENT CONNECTION
= PLUG CONNECTOR

WH = GROUND (CHASSIS)
EVAP THERM 2

3
P8
4

In some European factories the letter "W" of the part code mentioned herein will be automatically
02-Oct-2013 13:29:22 EDT | RELEASED replaced by the number "4000" (e.g. "W12345678" becomes "400012345678")