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How to force start the defrost cycle in a Maytag refrigerators with Adaptive Defrost Control (ADC)

Posted by Samurai Appliance Repair Man, in Refrigerator Repair 16 February 2012 · 3,245 views

maytag refrigerator adc defrost

The "older" style Maytag ADC
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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The "newer" Maytag ADC is a better design.. (same part number)
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


http://www.repaircli...?R=154&N=948430

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Source: Force a defrost MZD2766GE




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