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  1. New to the forum, tech with 4yrs experience just getting back into the field after 11 years in the military, so playing catch-up on new stuff. On LG refrigerators with the linear compressors with no cooling, I've been consistently reading anywhere between 600-1500 VAC on the CON201 terminals to the compressor, whether the connecter is hooked up or not. Several of my fellow techs have seen this as well. LG says the max VAC output to the comp should be ~180VAC. I've never had any issues with my Fieldpiece meter. Am I doing something wrong or is my meter insufficient for LGs?
  2. I need the tech sheet & schematics for model jb36nxfxre00 thank you very much
  3. hello. i have a 14-15 year old LG LRTN22312SW refrigerator with freezer on top. i have a LOT of ice accumulating on the bottom of the freezer and water dripping down into the fridge. i have pulled the back out of the freezer and the coils aren't iced over and the drain seems clear. i poured water down it and heard it splash in the pan at the bottom (I hung a wire extending down the drain hole connected to the heating element just in case it was freezing over. There is no leak from the ice maker which is currently turned off. the water seems to be seeping in from the bottom seam where the back panel meets the bottom of the freezer. i noticed that the insulation on the back of the freezer panel i removed was wet and frozen. i cut off the bottom inch or two of the insulation that was completely frozen. 2 questions: 1. what the heck is causing the water?? is it condensation on the inside of the back panel dripping down? 2. do you think removing ALL the insulation on the back panel would cause a problem? thanks in advance for any help or tips you might provide. I'm REALLY trying to not have to buy a new unit. DS
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    Perceived abnormal fresh food sound levels or insufficient cooling on some 23 cubic foot bottom freezer refrigerators may be related to frost or ice buildup on the fresh food or freezer evaporator. The frost or ice could affect fan operation if the buildup is large enough. Models Affected: CYE23TS, PWE23KG, PWE23KM, PWE23KS, PYE23KS, PYE23PS Serial Range: April 2013 – July 2014 (GA, HA, LA, MA, RA, SA, TA, VA, ZA, AD, DD, FD, GD, HD, LD, MD) August 2014 PUB REF07-14
  5. GE Refrigerator Service Bulletin - Frost or Ice on Top of Evaporators View File Perceived abnormal fresh food sound levels or insufficient cooling on some 23 cubic foot bottom freezer refrigerators may be related to frost or ice buildup on the fresh food or freezer evaporator. The frost or ice could affect fan operation if the buildup is large enough. Models Affected: CYE23TS, PWE23KG, PWE23KM, PWE23KS, PYE23KS, PYE23PS Serial Range: April 2013 – July 2014 (GA, HA, LA, MA, RA, SA, TA, VA, ZA, AD, DD, FD, GD, HD, LD, MD) August 2014 PUB REF07-14 Submitter Samurai Appliance Repair Man Submitted 04/13/2019 Category Appliance Repair Manual Pot Luck Supper  
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