|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 Details
Solution Diagnostics Mode enables you to identify the firmware and software versions, test condition of «design particular» system components and also sensors, and also change state of parts where applicable (i.e.— compressor on/off, and so on.).
Enabling Solution Mode: To make it possible for Service Setting, press as well as hold the «WARMER» switch while pushing the «COLDER» switch 4 times within five secs.
After getting in Service Setting, the very first number that you will see suggests the software design number for the particular device you are servicing. As an example, if you are servicing a 24 inch wine rack (DFUW, DUWC, VUWC), the initial number you will certainly see is 11. See chart below for matching design as well as software recommendation.
The second number you will see suggests the software application variation launch. For example, if you see 44 on the display screen panel it shows software program version 4.4.
While in Service Setting, press the «COLLECTION» button to step through Examinations 0-9. The very first number of the screen will show the test number. The second number indicates the existing state of each component under examination and also is presented as «1» being ON, CLOSED, or SHORTED and «0» being OFF or OPEN. Tests 0 and also 1 disclose an open or shorted problem identified at the sensing unit inputs. Examinations 2 with 6 allow you to transform tons ON with the «WARMER» button and also OFF with the «COLDER» switch. Examinations 7 with 9 verify state modification of the door changes and/or magnetic reed sensing unit. The part examinations available are described in Offered Element Examinations chart.
|Hissing or popping||Compressor can make a highpitched hum while operating.||Normal operation|
|Defrost heater hisses, sizzles or pops when operational.||Normal operation|