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|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 permits you to determine the firmware and also software application versions, examination condition of “model specific” system components and also sensing units, and alter state of parts where appropriate (i.e.– compressor on/off, etc.).
Enabling Solution Setting: To allow Service Mode, press and also hold the “WARMER” button while pushing the “COLDER” switch four times within 5 secs.
After entering Service Mode, the first number that you will certainly see indicates the software program version number for the particular system you are servicing. As an example, if you are servicing a 24 inch wine rack (DFUW, DUWC, VUWC), the initial number you will see is 11. See chart below for matching design and software program referral.
The 2nd number you will certainly see indicates the software version launch. For instance, if you see 44 on the display screen panel it suggests software program version 4.4.
While in Service Setting, press the “COLLECTION” switch to tip with Examinations 0-9. The very first number of the display will show the examination number. The 2nd digit indicates the current state of each part under test and also is presented as “1” being ON, CLOSED, or SHORTED as well as “0” being OFF or OPEN. Examinations 0 and 1 disclose an open or shorted problem found at the sensing unit inputs. Tests 2 with 6 permit you to transform loads ON with the “WARMER” switch as well as OFF with the “COLDER” switch. Tests 7 via 9 verify state modification of the door changes and/or magnetic reed sensor. The component examinations offered are explained in Available Component Examinations chart.
|Gurgling or boiling sound||Evaporator and heat exchanger refrigerant makes this noise when flowing||Normal operation|