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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 Info
Service Diagnostics Setting enables you to determine the firmware and software application versions, examination standing of “version certain” system elements and sensing units, as well as change state of components where suitable (i.e.– compressor on/off, and so on.).
Enabling Service Setting: To make it possible for Service Setting, press and hold the “WARMER” button while pushing the “COLDER” switch four times within 5 seconds.
After getting in Solution Mode, the initial number that you will certainly see suggests the software application model number for the particular system you are servicing. For instance, if you are servicing a 24 inch wine rack (DFUW, DUWC, VUWC), the initial number you will see is 11. See chart listed below for matching version as well as software program recommendation.
The second number you will see indicates the software variation release. As an example, if you see 44 on the display screen panel it suggests software version 4.4.
While in Service Mode, press the “SET” button to step via Examinations 0-9. The very first figure of the screen will reveal the test number. The 2nd number indicates the existing state of each element under examination and also is displayed as “1” getting on, CLOSED, or SHORTED and “0” being OFF or OPEN. Tests 0 and 1 expose an open or shorted condition identified at the sensor inputs. Examinations 2 via 6 enable you to turn lots ON with the “WARMER” switch as well as OFF with the “COLDER” switch. Examinations 7 through 9 confirm state modification of the door switches and/or magnetic reed sensor. The part examinations offered are defined in Readily available Component 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|