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MODEL# KFIS25XVMS2

ERROR CODE PEO 000

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#1 cityboysrus

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 01:21 AM

Original state of this refrigerator was not cooling. Display panel wasn't lit,compressor,evap motor,etc not running. Replaced the main control board. Error code PEO 000 displays. I've looked at the Service Manual available for this Model that's posted here. Any Service Manual with information on the Keydance procedure to program the new board will be appreciated.


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#2 Scottthewolf

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 02:13 AM

You need to progam the new board you just installed. There should have been an instruction sheet in the box with it.


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Posted 06 February 2014 - 08:06 AM

Wow it wasn't wih the part. Thanks I'll go back to the Parts Distributor and make sure I get a copy.



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Posted 06 February 2014 - 09:14 AM

I'm not sure these boards come with the programming sheet. Neither Repairclinic nor AppliancePartsPros shows an instruction sheet accompanying the board which they usually do if one does.

 

HV board Part number: AP4568436

Part number: AP4568436

 

However, here are the programming instructions for these boards-- it's very similar to programming the jazz control boards:

 

Programming Mode:

 

NOTE: The Program Code is located on the Serial Plate on this unit after the word Code.

 

1. Press and hold the Door Alarm Keypad .

 

2. Press and hold Freezer Temperature Down Keypad within 3 seconds .

 

3. Release the Door Alarm Keypad and wait 3 seconds.

 

4. The control will display PE to indicate the programming mode.

 

5. Entry is confirmed by pressing the Freezer Temperature Down Keypad once more.

 

6. The control will display the current Program CODE. This value should be validated with the Program CODE printed on the unit serial plate. NOTE: If the Program CODE is correct, the Programming Mode is exited by pressing Door Alarm Keypad for 3 seconds.

 

7. Press the Refrigerator Temperature Up Keypad or Refrigerator Down Keypad to change the digit value with each key press.

 

8. The decimal point indicates the selected digit. Press the Freezer Temperature Up Keypad to select the next digit.

 

9. Once the desired Program CODE is entered, press and hold the Freezer Temperature Down Keypad until the Program CODE begins flashing indicating it has been saved. NOTE: If you attempt to enter an invalid Program CODE the control will not save the new code, but will beep. (The unit will NOT run with a Program CODE of 0000).

 

Once the Program CODE has been saved the Programming Mode is exited by pressing any key. If the new code is incorrect this process should be repeated. The Programming mode can be exited at any time by pressing Door Alarm key for 3 seconds or will exit if unattended for four minutes. 



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Posted 06 February 2014 - 12:22 PM

This procedure doesnt correspond with this model#KFIS25XVMS2 serial# K01391052. My display panel has cooling off button,locked button,water,dispense water,ice,h20, and light

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 01:52 PM

I was able to get the correct one, Ill upload it tonight. Problem solved. Thanks fellas!!

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Posted 06 February 2014 - 04:59 PM

I uploaded the file once you guys appove it that'll save someone else alot of Problem Solving. Thanks for the other Keydance as well.



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Posted 06 February 2014 - 05:02 PM

Domo for the file upload!  That tech sheet is live and available for download at http://appliantology...tor-tech-sheet/






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