The complaint on this refrigerator was that it's freezing food in the Fresh Food compartment (aka., Beer Compartment). On this particular design, the motorized damper has a been a problem point. One common problem is that the vanes get frozen in place by frost and then break when the damper motor tries to move them. That wasn't the case here. This one took sublime troubleshooting skills to identify the source of the freezing problem. It did involve the damper assembly but only as a secondary effect to the primary failure. Watch with wonder as The Appliance Guru uses ancient and mystical appliantological troubleshooting techniques to divine the real problem sequence here.
Here are the part links to the damper and control board:
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The model number of this LG refrigerator is LFC25776ST/00. Customer reports that the freezer is warm but the fresh food compartment is still okay. Watch in amazement as The Appliance Guru hunts down the problem as if it were a wild, senseless beast.
Unfortunately, the main PCB, p/n EBR67348002, is on national backorder so the customer will have to wait possibly up to a month to get her refrigerator fixed.
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you may have the "newer" ADC Board Posted 16 February 2012 - 12:33 PM
The "newer" Maytag ADC is a better design.. Newer OEM 61005988 (8-pin chip) 61005988 ADC Board... L1 (but NO Test pin) Manual Defrost Cycle is tested by cycling the Freezer Cold Control 3x within 6 seconds and leaving it on MAX click on picture
The "older" style Maytag ADC (same part number) This is the OLD (notice the 18-pin chip) 61005988 ADC failure-prone Board It has the L1 - TEST (lower pins on connector) Manual Defrost Cycle is tested by momentarily jumper L1 and TEST (with insulated jumper)
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