|Model||Description||Software Model Number|
|DFUW, DUWC, VUWC||24 inch Wine Cellar||11|
|DFUR, DUAR, VUAR||24 inch Beverage Center||21|
|DFRD, DURD, VURD||24 inch Refrigerated Drawers||16|
Viking Refrigerator Diagnostic Information
Solution Diagnostics Setting allows you to recognize the firmware as well as software application variations, test standing of «version specific» system components and also sensing units, as well as transform state of components where suitable (i.e.— compressor on/off, and so on.).
Enabling Service Mode: To allow Solution Mode, press and also hold the «WARMER» button while pressing the «COLDER» button 4 times within five seconds.
After getting in Service Mode, the initial number that you will certainly see suggests the software program version number for the particular unit you are servicing. For instance, if you are servicing a 24 inch wine rack (DFUW, DUWC, VUWC), the initial number you will certainly see is 11. See graph listed below for corresponding design and also software recommendation.
The 2nd number you will certainly see suggests the software variation launch. For instance, if you see 44 on the display screen panel it suggests software application variation 4.4.
While in Service Mode, press the «COLLECTION» switch to step with Tests 0-9. The initial number of the display will show the test number. The second number shows the current state of each component under examination as well as is presented as «1» getting on, CLOSED, or SHORTED as well as «0» being OFF or OPEN. Tests 0 and also 1 reveal an open or shorted condition discovered at the sensor inputs. Examinations 2 via 6 enable you to transform tons ON with the «WARMER» button and OFF with the «COLDER» switch. Tests 7 via 9 verify state modification of the door switches and/or magnetic reed sensor. The part examinations readily available are defined in Readily available Component Examinations chart.
|PROBLEM||POSSIBLE CAUSE||WHAT TO DO|
|Refrigerator runs too frequently||Doors have been opened frequently or has been opened for long periods of time||Reduce time door is open. Organize food items efficiently to assure door is open for shortest time|
|Humidity levels too high Food has recently been added||Normal operation Allow time for added food to reach refrigerator or freezer temperature|
|freezer temperature freezer temperature freezer temperature||Evaluate refrigerator’s environment. Refrigerator environment. Refrigerator run more efficiently.|
|Condenser coils are dirty Controls need to be adjusted. Door is not closing properly||Clean coils. Adjust controls. Check for internal obstructions that are keeping door from closing|
Refrigerator is not level.
See installation instructions
for details on how to level
Check gaskets for proper
seal, clean if necessary