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Oregon Appliance Guy

Member Since 10 Sep 2012
Offline Last Active Jul 22 2014 01:15 AM

#244857 Looking for LG LBN22515ST service manual

Posted by Oregon Appliance Guy on 26 December 2012 - 05:02 PM

Will give the history of what I know. I had a customer call convinced he needed a control board for his refrigerator. I ordered a control board went out checked out refrigerator. I found the evaporator fan motor to be bad. Refrigerator would come on then a minute or two later the numbers 6,7 would start blinking on freezer control. I ordered and replaced evaporator fan motor. Powered up refrigerator and it worked fine according to the customer from Friday of last week until last night. 6,7 started flashing on freezer control and refrigerator stopped working. I hope this gives you better insight into the problem I am running into.





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