Fisher Paykel RF175W RF195A Service Manual


Accurate, clear and concise text, combined with detailed illustrations, instruction and diagrams, guide you through procedure of repair, remediate, maintenance and adjustments your refrigerator.
The information contained in this repair manual is necessary for the repair, but also prevention, resulting in a longer life of your appliance.
Format of the manual: PDF, makes it easy to navigate, instant download and print. English language.
To see what contain, please read table of contents:

1. SPECIFICATIONS
1.1 Cabinet Specifications
1.2 Compressor Specifications
1.3 Electrical Specifications

2. MODEL NUMBER IDENTIFICATION

3. SERVICING REQUIREMENTS
3.1 Specialised Service Tools
3.1.1 Static Strap
3.1.2 Interface Pen Mk 2
3.2 Health & Safety
3.2.1 Good Work Practices
3.2.2 Environmental Health and Safety
3.2.3 Good Practice and Safety

4. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
4.1 Air Space Requirements
4.2 Levelling Components
4.3 Levelling the Cabinet

5. THEORY OF OPERATION
5.1 Terms
5.2 Defrost Cycle
5.3 The Refrigeration Cycle
5.4 Servicing Features
5.4.1 Condensate Disposal
5.4.2 Filter Drier
5.4.3 Condenser
5.4.4 Condenser Fan
5.4.5 Condenser & Mullion Layout
5.4.6 Compressor Compartment Layout
5.5 FC Mullion Heater
5.6 Provision Compartment Duct
5.7 Divider Partition

6. ELECTRONICS SECTION
6.1 Function Overview
6.1.1 Power / Control Module
6.1.2 Door Switches
6.1.3 Defrost Heater
6.1.4 Thermal Fuse
6.1.5 Low Ambient Heater
6.1.6 PC/FC Fans
6.1.7 Lights (PC & FC)
6.1.8 Thermistor Temperature Sensors
6.1.9 Flapper Door Heater

7. DISPLAY INTERFACE
7.1 Display Module – Model RF175W
7.1.1 Temperature Adjustment – Model RF175W
7.2 Display Interface – Model RF195A
7.2.1 Display Functional Schematic
7.2.2 Display Interface Features
7.2.3 Features
7.2.4 Key Presses

8. ICEMAKER
8.1 Ice Production
8.2 Information About The Icemaker
8.3 Ice Bin Full Sequence
8.4 Safety First
8.5 Icemaker Fill Tube Heater
8.6 Temperature Settings
8.7 Internal Air Flow

9. DIAGNOSTICS
9.1 Model RF175W
9.1.1 Diagnostic Fault Codes
9.1.2 Diagnostic Mode
9.1.3 Sensor Temperature Conversion
9.1.4 Input / Output Status
9.1.5 Data Download
9.1.6 To Manually Force A Defrost
9.1.7 Show Room Mode
9.1.8 Special Option Mode (Israel)
9.2 Model RF195A
9.2.1 Fault Codes
9.2.2 Testing Icemaker Sensor
9.2.3 Testing Icemaker Motor
9.2.4 Testing Water Valve
9.2.5 Diagnostic Modes
9.2.6 Input / Output Status
9.2.7 Fault History
9.2.8 To Manually Force a Defrost
9.2.9 LCD Display
9.2.10 To Manually Force the Icemaker
9.2.11 Data Download

10. WATER DISPENSER
10.1 Pressure Dispensing Pad
10.2 Initial Use
10.3 Water Filter and Cartridge
10.3.1 Installing the Water Filter
10.4 To Reset the Filter Icon
10.5 To Disable the Filter Alarm

11. SERVICING PROCEDURES
11.1 Safety Considerations
11.2 Electrical Safety Test
11.3 Door and Door Gasket
11.4 Component Removal & Replacement
11.4.1 Removal Of Power/Control Module
11.4.2 PC Sensor Replacement
11.4.3 PC2 Sensor Replacement
11.4.4 Removal of PC Fan Motor
11.4.5 Replacing Cross / Base Rail Reed Switches
11.4.6 Removal of the drawer slide panels
11.4.7 Defrost Heater Element
11.4.8 Thermal Fuse
11.4.9 Removal Of FC Bins
11.4.10 Removal of the FC Drawer
11.4.11 Refitting of the FC Drawer
11.4.12 Removal of the FC Sensor
11.4.13 Icemaker Unit Replacement
11.4.14 Refitting the Icemaker
11.4.15 Replacing Flapper Element
11.4.16 Icemaker Temperature Sensor Replacement
11.4.17 Water Valve Replacement
11.4.18 Replacement of Low Ambient Heater
11.4.19 Replacement of Interior Lamp
11.4.20 Replacement of the interior light socket
11.4.21 Replacement of PC Door (Where John Guest Fitting Has Been Fitted)
11.4.22 Block / Edge Connectors
11.5 Active Smart PC / FC Fan Motor Tester

12. FAULT FINDING THE ICEMAKER
12.1 Testing Icemaker Motor
12.2 Refitting the Dispenser Panel (RF195A)

13. PRESSURE TESTING OF THE REFRIGERATION SYSTEM
14 TRANSPORTING OF REFRIGERATORS
15 EVAPORATOR REPLACEMENT

16. REFILLING A VOID IN FOAM INSULATION
16.1 Polyurethane Foam
16.2 Safe Practices

17. COMPRESSOR REPLACEMENT
17.1 Fault Finding
17.1.1 Compressor Won’t Start – Dead
17.1.2 Compressor Won’t Start – Hums
17.1.3 Compressor starts, runs and then stops

18. WIRING DIAGRAM
18.1 RF175 Wiring Diagram
18.2 RF175 Control Module Wiring Diagram
18.3 RF175 Ice & Water Wiring Diagram
18.4 RF175 Ice & Water Control Module Wiring Diagram
18.5 RF195A Ice & Water Wiring Diagram
18.6 RF195A Ice & Water Control Module Wiring Diagram

19. SERVICE REFERENCE
20. FAULT FINDING FLOW CHART – SERVICING
20.1 Refrigerator Not Operating
20.2 No Power to Power/Control Module and/or Display Module
20.3 PC/FC Warm
20.4 FC Too Cold – PC Too Warm
20.5 PC Too Cold
20.6 Ice/Condensation Forming
20.7 No Light
20.8 Door Switch Not Operating
20.9 Defrost Heater Faults
20.10 Compressor Faults
20.11 Compressor Runs Continuously
20.12 Compressor Will Not Run and is Hot to Touch
20.13 Compressor Electrical Tests
20.14 Refrigeration System Faults
20.15 Not Dispensing Water
20.16 Not Producing Ice

Number of pages: 111.