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Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.
Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team Daewoo Electronics Corp.

Kwang-Ju Refrigerator Quality Engineering Team

Daewoo Electronics Corp.

- C O N T E N T S

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- C O N T E N T S - 1. Power Failure of Refrigerator (

1. Power Failure of Refrigerator ( Interior Lights Disconnection, F-PCB Power Off)

2. Adjusting F/R Door Balance and Gap

3. Freezer Compartment 3-1) Freezing Failure ; Foods does not get cold or frozen. 3-2) Ice Formation on F-louver 3-3) Disconnection of Wires of F-lights

4. Refrigerator Compartment 4-1) Refrigeration failure ; Foods does not get cold soon or does not get cold at all. 4-2) Disconnection of Wires of R-lights 4-3) Dews in R-compartment 4-4) Exceed Refrigeration of vegetable Case

5. Noise 5-1) Compressor Noise 5-2) Refrigerant Noise 5-3) Fan Noise 5-4) Pipe Touch / Shaking Noise

6. Door 6-1) Door Alarm Continues after Doors are Closed. 6-2) F-PCB is ON continuously after Doors are Closed.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

1. Power failure of refrigerator (F/R lights OFF / F-PCB power OFF)

Start

Y Power cord or fuse is disconnected ? N N 1 st power of SMPS
Y
Power cord or fuse is
disconnected ?
N
N
1 st power of SMPS is ON ?
Y
Y
Main PCB Fuse is
disconnected ?
N
N
12V,16V,5V on M-PCB is
OK ?
Y
Wire connection of F-PCB
is OK ?
Y
N

Checkup and connect F-PCB wires.

of F-PCB is OK ? Y N Checkup and connect F-PCB wires. Change the fuse (AC
of F-PCB is OK ? Y N Checkup and connect F-PCB wires. Change the fuse (AC

Change the fuse (AC 250V 15A)

(The fuse is in the left of machine room of refrigerator back.)

Check power cord connection in machine room and to CN1 of M-PCB.

Change the fuse. (AC 250V 3.15A)

(The fuse is on the M-PCB.)

Change Main-PCB.

250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of
250V 3.15A) (The fuse is on the M-PCB.) Change Main-PCB. Change F-PCB AS. Note) Change of

Change F-PCB AS.

Note) Change of F-PCB

1) Insert a flat tip driver into the left do wn groove of panel frame
1) Insert a flat tip driver into the left do wn groove of panel frame

1) Insert a flat tip driver into the left down groove of panel frame and snap it out smoothly. 2) Remove housing from F-PCB and screws on the board to change for a new one. Assembling is the reverse order of disassembling.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

2. Adjusting F/R Door Balance and Gap

2-1) Top of F/R door is unbalanced horizontally. (Refer to User Guide and SVC Manual for details.)

. (Refer to User Guide and SVC Manual for details.) Start Y Top of F/R is

Start

Y Top of F/R is unbalanced within 2 mm ? N N Refrigerator is level
Y
Top of F/R is unbalanced
within 2 mm ?
N
N
Refrigerator is level ?
Turn the wheels to level refrigerator.
Y
N
Top of F/R is unbalanced
within 2 mm ?
Y
Open F/R doors and remove front cover (fastened with 3
screws).
Close F/R doors and loosen 3 (left and right blots, not the
middle one) hinge bolts.
(Do not remove the 3 the bolts.)
Insert hex wrench into the hinge hole and turn clockwise or
counterclockwise to lift or down doors.
After adjusting door height, fasten the 3 hinge bolts back.
N
Top of F/R is unbalanced
within 2 mm ?
Y
Open F/R doors again and replace front cover.
within 2 mm ? Y Open F/R doors again and replace front cover. Finish F/R door

Finish

within 2 mm ? Y Open F/R doors again and replace front cover. Finish F/R door
within 2 mm ? Y Open F/R doors again and replace front cover. Finish F/R door
within 2 mm ? Y Open F/R doors again and replace front cover. Finish F/R door

F/R door horizontal balance is OK.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

2. Freezer Compartment

2-1) Freezing / Refrigeration does not work. (Foods are not frozen / cold.)

Start

Any Error Mode on F- PCB ?

※ Error Mode Checkup 1) Set to “LOCK ON” mode first. 2) Push “LOCK” 3

Error Mode Checkup 1) Set to “LOCK ON” mode first. 2) Push “LOCK” 3 times while pushing “REFRIGERATOR SET.” at the same time.

Y

pushing “REFRIGERATOR SET.” at the same time. Y Solve the error code problem. ※ Error Code
pushing “REFRIGERATOR SET.” at the same time. Y Solve the error code problem. ※ Error Code
pushing “REFRIGERATOR SET.” at the same time. Y Solve the error code problem. ※ Error Code
Solve the error code problem. ※ Error Code F1 : F-Sensor disconnection/short (pull-down) C1 :

Solve the error code problem.

Error Code F1 : F-Sensor disconnection/short (pull-down) C1 : Abnormal Cycle (Comp., refrigerant leak) F3 : Abnormal defrosting-return (Check temp. fuse and defrosting heater.)

C1 : Abnormal Cycle (Comp., refrigerant leak) F3 : Abnormal defrosting-return (Check temp. fuse and defrosting

OLP / PTC Is OK ?

N

Y

Change OLP/PTC.

Change the

comp.

F/C-Motor is OK ?

Y

Wiring connection is OK ?

N

Change F/C-Motor.

Y

Change M-PCB.

N

Check wiring

connection.

Y Change M-PCB. N Check wiring connection. Change the fuse. ※ Position : 3 r d

Change the fuse.

※ Position : 3 rd pipe of Eva. (Left)

Change the defrosting heater.

N

Does comp. Work ?

Y

N

N

F/C-Motor works OK ?

Y

N

Temperature fuse is OK ?

Y

? Y N N F/C-Motor works OK ? Y N Temperature fuse is OK ? Y
? Y N N F/C-Motor works OK ? Y N Temperature fuse is OK ? Y

N

Defrosting heater is OK ?

Y N Temperature fuse is OK ? Y N Defrosting heater is OK ? Pipe heater

Pipe heater : 140W(345.7 ) Glass tube heater : 140W(345.7 )

Drain plate heater : 10W(4840)

: 140W(345.7 Ω ) Drain plate heater : 10W(4840 Ω ) ※ Refer to [Location of

Refer to [Location of heaters, removing & replacing].

N

Y

Ice formation on eva. Is OK ?

& replacing]. N Y Ice formation on eva. Is OK ? Check ice formation on Eva.
& replacing]. N Y Ice formation on eva. Is OK ? Check ice formation on Eva.

Check ice formation on Eva. And if refrigerant leak is found, repair it.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

Removing and replacing Freezer parts

① ② ③ ④ ⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
⑨

1) Remove foods and shelves in Freezer compartment.

2) Remove screw cap with a small tip driver on the bottom of light cover.

* Remove the housing.

* Remove light cover screws.

* Hold the bottom nose of cover

and pull forward out to remove.

* Pull down smoothly the bottom of light cover to remove.

* Pull down smoothly the bottom of light cover to remove. 1) Remove 3 screws. 2)

1) Remove 3 screws.

2) Push the hook points with a flat tip driver and pull upward out to remove.

Follow the reverse order when assembling back.

* Remove the left housing.

⑩

1) Remove 3 screw caps on the louver with a flat tip driver.

2) Remove 3 screws.

* Hold both ends and pull forward slowly.

Temp. fuse housing

⑪

Pipe heater

1st : Glass heater housing 2nd : Pipe heater housing 3rd : Drain plate heater housing

Temp. fuse Drain plate heater
Temp. fuse
Drain plate heater

Glass tube heater

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

3-2) Ice Formation on F-Louver

Start

Dews are formed on the gasket surface inside F compartment ? Y Y Gasket has
Dews are formed on the
gasket surface inside F
compartment ?
Y
Y
Gasket has a gap
between cabinet ?
Remove the gap.
N
N
Y
Door is hanged
down ?
Reassemble the door.
N
Y
Door is open too long ?
Explain users or customers not
to open too long.
N
Door is open and closed
too frequently ?
Explain not to open close doors
too frequently.
Y
Heat appliances are too
close to the refrigerator ?
Make enough distance between
heat appliances and refrigerator.
N
Watery or hot foods are
stored in refrigerator
compartment ?
Y
N
Wipe out dews on the louver
surface and run the refrigerator
again.
Y
Louver heater is
disconnected ?
Change the louver assembly.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

3-3) Disconnection / breaking of Freezer Lights Wires

Start

Freezer light filament is disconnected or breaking ? Y N Connection of F door switch
Freezer light filament is
disconnected or breaking ?
Y
N
Connection of F door
switch is OK ?
N
Y

Check the F door switch connection and F light socket.

N Y Check the F door switch connection and F light socket. Change the light bulb.
N Y Check the F door switch connection and F light socket. Change the light bulb.

Change the light bulb.

Repair the door switch.

light socket. Change the light bulb. Repair the door switch. Change of F Lights ① ②
light socket. Change the light bulb. Repair the door switch. Change of F Lights ① ②

Change of F Lights

①
② ③
④

Remove screw caps bottom of light cover with a tiny tip screw driver.

Remove 2 screws of light cover.

Hold the bottom of light cover and pull forward to remove.

Change the light bulb. (AC240V 25W)

Follow the reverse order of disassembling after changing the light.

Change of F Door Switch

①
②
③

Insert a flat tip screw driver

Into a gap of door switch

to pull forward.

Disconnect the housing and change the switch for a new one.

Be careful when changing the

switch. F and R door switch are different in type and shape.

Follow the reverse order of

disassembling after changing the switch.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

4. Refrigerator Compartment

4-1) Refrigeration is never done or weak/insufficient. Foods does not get cool or cold soon.

Start
Start

Start

Start
Any error mode on F- PCB ?
Any error mode on F-
PCB ?

Y

N

Error Mode Checkup 1) Set to “LOCK ON” first. 2) Push “LOCK” 3 times while pushing “REFRIGERATOR SET.” together.

Mode Checkup 1) Set to “LOCK ON” first. 2) Push “LOCK” 3 times while pushing “REFRIGERATOR
3 times while pushing “REFRIGERATOR SET.” together. ※ Error Code R1 : R-Sensor disconnection / short

Error Code R1 : R-Sensor disconnection / short (pull-down) check the R-sensor. C1 : Abnormal cycle (Comp., refrigerant leak)

F3 : Abnormal defrosting-return Check temp. fuse, defrosting heater.

Solve error code problem, if any.

Change the

R-Motor.

Change the Main PCB.

Check the wirings.

Change the R-Sensor, and check connector.

Refer to “Freezing does not work.”

Repair to eliminate the gap of gasket.

Reassemble doors.

N N R-Motor works OK ? R-Motor is OK ? Y Y Y Wiring connection
N
N
R-Motor works OK ?
R-Motor is OK ?
Y
Y
Y
Wiring connection is
OK ?
N
R-Sensor is OK
(normal) ?
N
Y
Freezer compartment is
OK ?
N
Y
Refrigerator gasket has
no gap ?
Gasket has any
gap ?
Y
N
N
Y
Door is hanged down
to make gap between
Y
N cabinet ?
Y
Foods are placed just
close to R-Sensor ?
N
Y
Refrigerator door
openings are too often ?

N

Explain not to place foods close to R-sensor or cold air spout.

Explain not to open doors unnecessarily or frequently.

* Advise to use in “HIGH” mode

* Jumper cutting of Main PCB to prevent weak refrigeration ; -> Option 1 : cut J18 to down 1.5. -> Option 2 : cut J32 to down 1.5.

weak refrigeration ; -> Option 1 : cut J18 to down 1.5 ℃ . -> Option

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

4-2) Disconnection / breaking of Refrigerator Lights Wires

Start

Light filament is disconnected or breaking ? Y N R door switch connection is OK
Light filament is
disconnected or breaking ?
Y
N
R door switch connection
is OK ?
N
Y

Check and repair door switch connection and light socket.

Y Check and repair door switch connection and light socket. Change the light bulb. Repair R
Y Check and repair door switch connection and light socket. Change the light bulb. Repair R

Change the light bulb.

Repair R door switch.

light socket. Change the light bulb. Repair R door switch. Change of R Lights R e
light socket. Change the light bulb. Repair R door switch. Change of R Lights R e

Change of R Lights

Refrigerator Top Lights

①
②
③
④

Remove screw caps bottom of light cover with a small tip screw driver.

Remove screws of light cover.

Hold the bottom of cover and pull forward to remove.

Change the light bulbs.

(AC240V 25W)

Follow the reverse order of disassembling when assembling back.

Refrigerator Bottom Light

①
②
③

• Snap out the bottom hook of light cover with a flat tip screw driver.

• Hold down the light cover to pull out.

• Change the light bulb. (AC240V 15W)

follow the reverse order after changing the light.

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Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

4-3) Dews on Refrigerator Compartment

Start

Dews are formed on the gasket inside R- compartment ? Y Y Gasket has any
Dews are formed on the
gasket inside R-
compartment ?
Y
Y
Gasket has any
gap ?
Repair to eliminate the gap.
N
N
Y
Door is hanged
down ?
Reassemble the doors.
N
Y
Door is open too long ?
Explain not to open doors too
long.
N
Y
Doors are open and
close too frequently ?
Explain not to open and close
doors unnecessarily.
N
Heat appliances are
used near the
refrigerator ?
Y
N
Make enough distance between
the appliances and refrigerator.
Watery or hot foods are
stored in the R-
compartment ?
Y
N
Advise to cool down foods, wrap
or cover foods with much water
before storing in the
compartment.
N
R-fan works OK ?
Repair and change R-motor.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

4-4) Excessive Refrigeration of Vegetable Case

Start

N The direction of handle to set Vegetable Case or Chilled Case is set OK
N
The direction of handle
to set Vegetable Case or
Chilled Case is set OK ?
Y
Set the direction of handle right to the
vegetable case.
※ Vegetable Case
※ Chilled Case
Y
Refrigerator temp.
mode is “HIGH” ?
N
Explain the temperature modes.
Advise to set the temp. to
“Middle” or “LOW” mode.
N
R-check valve works
OK ?
Y
Repair and/or Change the R-
check valve.
※ Refer to “Repair /Change of Check
Valve”.
N
N
Is there any R-sensor
error mode ?
R-sensor is OK ?
Change the R-sensor.
Y
Check the R-sensor connection.
(Check the connector to Main PCB.)

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

Removing of Check Valve

①
②
③
④

* Remove foods and shelves of R- compartment.

* Remove screws caps with a tiny tip screw driver.

Remove light cover screws with a (+)screw driver.

Hold the bottom of cover to pull down.

Disconnect light housing.

⑤
⑥
⑦
⑧
to pull down. Disconnect light housing. ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ Remove screws with a (+)screw driver.

Remove screws with a (+)screw driver.

Hold the bottom and right

of damper to pull down to

remove.

Lift up a piece of Check Valve Flap and insert a finger to the valve frame to hold out.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

5. Operation Noise of Refrigerator 5-1) Comp. operation Noise

Start N Refrigerator is level ? Y
Start
N
Refrigerator is level ?
Y
Y Front cover and/or door gasket is assembled wrong ?
Y
Front cover and/or door gasket is
assembled wrong ?
N Y Comp. cushion rubber got hard or is transformed ?
N
Y
Comp. cushion rubber got hard or
is transformed ?
N N Vibration or frequency of comp. itself is big ?
N
N
Vibration or frequency of comp.
itself is big ?

Y

Change the compressor.

frequency of comp. itself is big ? Y Change the compressor. Level the refrigerator by adjusting
frequency of comp. itself is big ? Y Change the compressor. Level the refrigerator by adjusting

Level the refrigerator by adjusting wheels. Refer to User’s Guide and SVC Manual.

wheels. ☞ Refer to User’s Guide and SVC Manual. Set it right. Change the cushion rubbers.
wheels. ☞ Refer to User’s Guide and SVC Manual. Set it right. Change the cushion rubbers.

Set it right.

☞ Refer to User’s Guide and SVC Manual. Set it right. Change the cushion rubbers. Attach
☞ Refer to User’s Guide and SVC Manual. Set it right. Change the cushion rubbers. Attach

Change the cushion rubbers.

and SVC Manual. Set it right. Change the cushion rubbers. Attach a rubber gum on the
and SVC Manual. Set it right. Change the cushion rubbers. Attach a rubber gum on the

Attach a rubber gum on the comp. head

to reduce vibration and high frequency noise.

Remarks

Compressor run sound is somewhat normal because it works like a heart to circulate the refrigerant in the pipes during the refrigerator operation.

Rattling or metallic touch sound of motor, piston of comp. can be heard when it starts or stops.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

5-2) Refrigerant Flow Sound

Start Y Water flowing or hiss sounds from the refrigerator ?
Start
Y
Water flowing or
hiss sounds from
the refrigerator ?
N Y Refrigerant sound of hiss or sizzling sound when comp. starts ?
N
Y
Refrigerant sound of hiss or
sizzling sound when comp. starts ?
N Y Refrigerant sound of hiss or sizzling when comp. stops ?
N
Y
Refrigerant sound of hiss or
sizzling when comp. stops ?
N Y Any shaking sound from F- compartment when comp. works ?
N
Y
Any shaking sound from F-
compartment when comp. works ?

N

Explain refrigerator work mechanism and sound to the users or customers.

work mechanism and sound to the users or customers. Attach an absorber gum on the capillary
work mechanism and sound to the users or customers. Attach an absorber gum on the capillary

Attach an absorber gum on the capillary tube.

or customers. Attach an absorber gum on the capillary tube. Apply a gum on the accumulator.
or customers. Attach an absorber gum on the capillary tube. Apply a gum on the accumulator.

Apply a gum on the accumulator.

gum on the capillary tube. Apply a gum on the accumulator. Apply a gum on the
gum on the capillary tube. Apply a gum on the accumulator. Apply a gum on the

Apply a gum on the accumulator.

a gum on the accumulator. Apply a gum on the accumulator. Fasten the evaporator in F-
a gum on the accumulator. Apply a gum on the accumulator. Fasten the evaporator in F-

Fasten the evaporator in F- compartment tightly against touching (liner) surfaces.

Remarks

Water flowing sound, hiss or sizzling sound can make while refrigerant in the pipes is changing from liquid to gas

state when comp. starts or stops. It is normal to the refrigerator.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting of Evaporator Sound
Troubleshooting of Evaporator Sound

1. Hiss Sound from Capillary Tube

2 3 1
2
3
1

1)

“I” tube is used to connect the capillary tube and evaporator. (2 welding points : , )

2)

When such a sound is made, attach a gum on the tube including 2 welding points.

2. Sizzling Sound from Accumulator

Attach a gum on point (accumulator).

3. Shaking or trembling Sound of Evaporator

1 2
1
2

1)

Check whether evaporator is fastened tight with the fasteners of , .

2)

Insert a soft spacer (EPS) between left and right wall to evaporator not to be shaken or trembled during refrigerator operation.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

5-3) Fan Noise

Start Y Fan is damaged or transformed ? N
Start
Y
Fan is damaged or
transformed ?
N
Y Fan is touching the surround ?
Y
Fan is touching the
surround ?
N Y Fan-motor assembly is moving or shaking ?
N
Y
Fan-motor assembly is
moving or shaking ?
N Y Motor has its own noise or vibration when working ?
N
Y
Motor has its own noise or
vibration when working ?

N

Explain to the customers how fan is working to circulate cold air in the compartments.

fan is working to circulate cold air in the compartments. Change the fan. Set it right
fan is working to circulate cold air in the compartments. Change the fan. Set it right

Change the fan.

to circulate cold air in the compartments. Change the fan. Set it right not to touch.
to circulate cold air in the compartments. Change the fan. Set it right not to touch.

Set it right not to touch.

compartments. Change the fan. Set it right not to touch. Set it right not to move.
compartments. Change the fan. Set it right not to touch. Set it right not to move.

Set it right not to move.

fan. Set it right not to touch. Set it right not to move. Change the motor
fan. Set it right not to touch. Set it right not to move. Change the motor

Change the motor assembly.

Remarks

The fan is sending out cold air to circulate it through the compartments. When the air is touching the surface of louver or liner wall, such sound can make.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting of Fan Noise
Troubleshooting of Fan Noise

1. Fixing or Fastening of Fan Motor

of Fan Noise 1. Fixing or Fastening of Fan Motor 2. Any Touch Sound from Fan

2. Any Touch Sound from Fan

Fixing or Fastening of Fan Motor 2. Any Touch Sound from Fan 1) Check if fan

1)

Check if fan motor frame of the assembly is fastened tightly with screws to the liner wall. Unless it is tight, vibration of shaking can make.

2)

Check if fan motor and fan are hanged down. Fan working sound can be louder if they are not set right.

1)

Check if sealing sponge on the insulator touches the fan. If so, set it again not to touch it.

1)

If any scratch or damage on the insulator around the fan rotation is found, set the fan motor assembly right not to touch it.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

5-4) Pipe Noise

Start Y Pipes are touching in the machine room ? N
Start
Y
Pipes are touching in the
machine room ?
N
Y Evaporation dish makes noise by Wi-Con shaking ?
Y
Evaporation dish makes
noise by Wi-Con
shaking ?
N Y Pipe itself is shaking much ?
N
Y
Pipe itself is shaking
much ?
N Y Compressor itself is shaking much ?
N
Y
Compressor itself is
shaking much ?

N

Explanation to the users.

itself is shaking much ? N Explanation to the users. Separate the touching pipes, if any.
itself is shaking much ? N Explanation to the users. Separate the touching pipes, if any.

Separate the touching pipes, if any.

to the users. Separate the touching pipes, if any. Apply sealing material between Comp. Base와 evaporation
to the users. Separate the touching pipes, if any. Apply sealing material between Comp. Base와 evaporation

Apply sealing material between Comp. Base와 evaporation dish.

sealing material between Comp. Base와 evaporation dish. Move or change the points of vibration absorber rubbers
sealing material between Comp. Base와 evaporation dish. Move or change the points of vibration absorber rubbers

Move or change the points of vibration absorber rubbers on

the pipes to reduce the shaking.

absorber rubbers on the pipes to reduce the shaking. Attach a gum on the comp. head.
absorber rubbers on the pipes to reduce the shaking. Attach a gum on the comp. head.

Attach a gum on the comp. head.

Remarks

● Refrigerant is erupting rapidly from the compressor to circulate pipes, so pipe shaking noise can make

to some degree.

● In case compressor vibration is sent to a pipe directly, apply vibration absorber rubbers to welding

points of the pipe and comp. or to a much bent point on the pipe.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

6. Doors 6-1) Door Opening Alarm Continues though the door is closed.

Start

Start
N Door switch is pushed well ? Y Y Door switch is soaked with water
N
Door switch is pushed well ?
Y
Y
Door switch is soaked with
water or there is water in
the switch ?
N N PCB input is OK ?
N
N
PCB input is OK ?
Y N Connector insertion to Main PCB is OK ?
Y
N
Connector insertion to Main
PCB is OK ?
input is OK ? Y N Connector insertion to Main PCB is OK ? Attach a
input is OK ? Y N Connector insertion to Main PCB is OK ? Attach a

Attach a thin pad on the door liner or change the door assembly.

Check if interior light is ON.

or change the door assembly. Check if interior light is ON. Change the door switch. Check
or change the door assembly. Check if interior light is ON. Change the door switch. Check

Change the door switch.

Check if interior light is ON. Change the door switch. Check #5,6 of CN4 and #4,6

Check #5,6 of CN4 and #4,6 of CN5.

-> Open : 5V, Close : 0V

#5,6 of CN4 and #4,6 of CN5. -> Open : 5V, Close : 0V Repair any

Repair any disconnection of wires and defective door switch.

Repair any disconnection of wires and defective door switch. Repair the defective connection. Y Y Door
Repair any disconnection of wires and defective door switch. Repair the defective connection. Y Y Door

Repair the defective connection.

Y Y Door switch itself is OK ?
Y
Y
Door switch itself is OK ?

N

Check it up.

door switch. Repair the defective connection. Y Y Door switch itself is OK ? N Check
door switch. Repair the defective connection. Y Y Door switch itself is OK ? N Check

Change the switch.

Failure Checkup & Troubleshooting

6-2) F-PCB continues ON though doors are closed. (Background Light of F-PCB is ON continuously.)

Start Door switch is soaked with water or it is covered with water ? N
Start
Door switch is soaked with
water or it is
covered with
water ?
N
N PCB input is OK.
N
PCB input is OK.
Y N Connector insertion of Main PCB is OK ?
Y
N
Connector insertion of Main
PCB is OK ?

Y

is OK. Y N Connector insertion of Main PCB is OK ? Y Change the switch.
is OK. Y N Connector insertion of Main PCB is OK ? Y Change the switch.

Change the switch.

insertion of Main PCB is OK ? Y Change the switch. Check #5,6 of CN4 and
insertion of Main PCB is OK ? Y Change the switch. Check #5,6 of CN4 and

Check #5,6 of CN4 and # 4,6 of CN5.

-> Open : 5V, Close : 0V

Check and repair any disconnection of wires and defective switch.

and repair any disconnection of wires and defective switch. Check and repair any disconnection or defective
and repair any disconnection of wires and defective switch. Check and repair any disconnection or defective

Check and repair any disconnection or defective connection.

Y N Door switch itself is OK ?
Y
N
Door switch itself is OK ?

Y

Check it up.

any disconnection or defective connection. Y N Door switch itself is OK ? Y Check it
any disconnection or defective connection. Y N Door switch itself is OK ? Y Check it

Change the door switch.