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1964 Frigidaire Refrigerator-Freezer Tech-Talk Service Manual


Published by Frigidaire in 1964-- Here is the comprehensive service manual to all 1964 Frigidaire Refrigerators. Models include:

Models S-10-64, D-10-64, D-12-64, D-14-64, FD-11-64, FDS-13T-2, FD-13T-64, FD-14B-64, FCDM-14-64, FPDS-14T-2, FPD-14T-64, FPD-14B-64, FPI-14T-64, FPI-14B-64, FPI-16B-64 and FPI-198-64.

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1964 Frigidaire Refrigerator-Freezer Tech-Talk Service Manual
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FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE

APPLIANCE - REFRIGERATORS

October 1963

1964 Frigidaire REFRIGERATORS

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INDEX

Models S-10-64, D-10-64, D-12-64, D-14-64, FD-11-64, FDS-13T-2, FD-13T-64, FD-14B-64, FCDM-14-64, FPDS-14T-2, FPD-14T-64, FPD-14B-64, FPI-14T-64, FPI-14B-64, FPI-16B-64, FPI-19B-64.

Item

Construction

Butter Storage....................

Cabinet Shells....................

Condensate Driers ................

Defrost Heaters ..................

Defrost Limit Switch..............

Defrost Timer ........-...........

Door Hinges ......................

Door Opener ......................

Door Seal ........................

Food Compartment Airflow

Control ..........................

Food Compartment Door ............

Food Shelves .....................

Freezer Door .....................

Food Compartment Refrigeration (Conventional and Cyclamatic

Models) ..........................

Freezing Compartment Refrigerator: (Conventional and Cyclamatic

Models) ..........................

Hydrators ........................

Instant Ice Server................

Meat Tender.......................

Refrigeration, Food and Freezer Compartment (Frost-Proof

Models) ..........................

Temperature Control ..............

Electrical Circuit Diagnosis Diagrarr S-10, D-10, D-12, D-14,

FD-11-64 .........................

FD-13T-64, FDS-13T-2 .............

FCDM-14-64 .......................

I D I 4B 6 i .....................

FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64,

FPDS-14T-2 .......................

FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-16B-64

Refrigeration Cycle ..............

FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-16B-64

Defrost Cycle ....................

FPI-19B-64 Refrigeration Cycle ... FPI-19B-64 Defrost Cycle..........

Exploded Views

S-10, D-10, D-12, D-14, FD-11, FCDM-14-64 Exterior Parts ... FPD, FPI-14B, FPI-16B-64

Item

Exterior Parts.................

FPI-19B-64-Exterior Parts .......

Conventional Models Interior

Parts .........................

FCDM-14-64, FD-13T-64-

Interior Parts ................

FD-14B-64-Interior Parts ........

FPD, FPI-14T-64 Interior Parts .... FPD, FPI-14B-64 Interior Parts ....

FPI-16B-64-Interior Parts........

FPI-19B-64 Interior Parts .......

FCDM-14-64 Freezer

Compartment ...................

FPD, FPI-14T-64 Freezer

Compartment ...................

FPD, FPI-14B & 16B-64 Freezer

Compartment ...................

FPI-19B-64 Freezer Compartment Single Door Models Food Door.... Top Freezer Models Food Door... Bottom Freezer Models Except

FPI-19B-64 Food Door...........

FPI-19B-64 Food Door.............

Top Freezer Models Freezer Door.. Bottom Freezer Models Except

FPI-19B-64 Freezer Door .......

FPI-19B-64 Freezer Door .........

All Models Except FPI-19B-64

Unit Mounting..................

FPI-19B-64 Unit Mounting.........

Functional Parts ..................

Installation Instructions .........

Installation Dimensions .........

Installation Diagram ............

Introduction ......................

Master Index ......................

Pictorial Diagrams

FCDM-14-64 Electrical System....

FPI-14T-64 Electrical System.....

FPI-14B, FPI-16B-64 Electrical

System ........................

FPI-19B-64 Electrical System.....

Service Diagnosis..................

Service Operations

Apron-Removal ...................

Baskets, Freezer Shelf-Removal.
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Item

Butter Compartment--

Replacement or Adjustment ... Bottom, Cold Storage Liner-

Removal ....................

Capacitor-Replacement ........

Collar, Freezer-Replacement ..

Collar, Freezer-Replacement-

Frost-Proof ................

Compartment, Ice Server-

Removal ....................

Component Replacements .......

-Compressor and Drier-Filter ...

-Condenser ...................

-Evaporator ..................

-Compressor and Drier Filter-

FPI-19B-64 .................

-Condenser-FPI-19B-64 ........

-Condenser Fan Motor-

FPI-19B-64 .................

-Evaporator-FPI-19B-64 .......

Condensate Driers-Replacement Control, Food Compartment

Temperature-Adjusting ......

Control, Food Compartment

Airflow-Replacement ........

Cover, Blower Housing-

Removal ....................

Cover, Freezer Blower Duct-

Removal ....................

Divider Assembly-Removal......

Door, Butter and Utility

Compartments-Removal .......

Door, Evaporator-Removing

on S-10, D-10, D-14-64......

Door, Evaporator-Adjusting on

S-10, D-10, D-14-64 ........

Door, Outside-Removal.........

Door, Outside-Adjusting.......

Duct, Intake-Removal .........

Duct, Intake-Removal-

Frost-Proof.................

Food Compartment Liner-

Removal ....................

Guard, Door-Removal ..........

Handle, Door-Removal..........

Heater, Defrost-Removal.......

Heater, Freezer Drain-Removal..

Heater, Evaporator-Removal ...

Housing, Fan-Removal .........

Lamp and Components- Replacement on Conventional Models .......................

Item

Lamp Socket, Tubular Bulb-

Replacement ..................

Molding, Door Opening-

Replacement ..................

Motor, Freezer Blower-Removal..

Mullion, Center-Removal ........

Panel, Inside Food Compartment

Door-Replacement .............

Pedal, Door Opening-Removal....

Relay-Replacement ..............

Seal, Door-Replacement .........

Shelves, Juice Can-Removal......

Stop, Freezer Door-Removal......

Switch, Defrost Limiter-

Removal ......................

Switch, Thermostatic-Adjusting Switch, Fan Cycling-Adjusting .. Switch, Thermostatic-

Replacement ..................

Switch, Fan Motor and Lamp-

Removal ......................

Trim, Cabinet Shell--

Replacement ..................

Timer, Defrost-Removal .........

Trim, Freezer Collar-

Replacement ..................

Trough, Drain-Removal ..........

Servicemen's Self Examination...

Tables

No. I-Specifications ...........

No. II-Installational Dimension

Chart ........................

No. Ill-Discharge Velocities....'

No. IV-Wattage Data ............'

Wiring Diagrams

S-10, D-10, D-12, FD-11-64......:

D-14-64 ........................:

FD-13T-64, FDS-13T-2............]

FD-14B-64 ......................:

FCDM-14-64 .....................:

FPD-14T-64, FPDS-14T-2 .........:

1 PI 1 -IT-64 ..................:

FPD-14B-64 .....................:

FPI-14B-64 .....................:

FPI-16B-64 .....................:

FPI-19B-64 .....................:

Wiring Instructions for

Showroom Display................!

Editorial ........................'

Home EC-Talk......................'

Tools ............................;
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TABLE I

Specifications for 1964 Refrigerators
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* - Supplied in 1 1 5 Volts only. When 230 Volt operation is required, use step-down transformer.

CO SERIAL PLATE LOCATION: Behind base panel on left food gusset. On FPI-19B-64, right side of freezer liner.
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1964 REFRIGERATORS

Introduction

The 1964 line of Refrigerators consists of the following models:
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Figure 4

Model FD-11-64 lllustrated-Model D-12-64 Same Less Cabinet Trim

Figure 5 Model D-14-64

B 4179

Figure 7 Model FD-11-64
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Figure 12 Models FD-13T-64 and FPD-1 4T-64

Figure 1 3 Model FD-1 4B-64

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Figure 16 Model FPD-14T-64

Figure 1 7 Model FPI-14T-64
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Figure 20 Model FPI-1 4B-64

Figure 21 Models FPI-1 4B-64 and FPI-1 6B-64
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FPI-16B-64 CH and FPI-19B-64 CH are available with brushed chrome doors on white baked enamel cabinets.

Figure 24 Model FPI-1 9B-64

In the model designations, the letters represent:

F = Refrigerator-Freezer D = Deluxe C Custom M = Mini-Freezer FP = Frost Proof S = Special or Super

The first series of numbers represent the cubic feet capacity to the nearest whole number.

Whenever a letter follows the capacity designation, the model is identified as a two door refrigerator. If the letter is T, then the two door model has the freezer across the top of the cabinet. If the letter is B, then it is a two door with a bottom freezer. The model year is shown by the second series of numbers -64 for 1964. The -2 designation also represents 1964 model year.

Refrigerators with exterior colors other than white are identified by letter suffixes in the model code. These are identified as YW for Sunny Yellow, TQ for Turquoise, PK for Mayfair Pink and CP for Aztec Copper. Example: FPI-14B-64 TQ is a 1964 Imperial FrostProof two door model with the freezer across the bottom and with turquoise exterior.

Five models initially available with white porcelain enamel finish in right-hand or left-hand doors are: PFDS-13T-2, PFPDS-14T-2, PFPI-14T-64, PFPI-14B-64 and PFPI-16B-64. All models with white or colored baked enamel finish are available with right-or left-hand doors. Three models the FPI-14B-64 CH,

Figure 25 Leveling the Cabinet

Two adjustable leveling glides at the front corners of all cabinets provide rigid support and a means of leveling the product. A ⅜" open end wrench, Figure 25, fits the hex shoulder on each leveling glide for ease of adjustment.

Steel reinforcements for cabinet hardware are mounted behind the front channel of the cabinet at the sides and at the top corners.

The cabinets, except the FPI-16-B and FPI-19B-64, are completely insulated with extra thick fibrous glass or mineral wool insulation-vermin proof and fireproof. Preformed insulation of expanded polystyrene and Frigi-Foam insulation is used around the freezer and in the freezer doors to supplement the bagged insulation.

Food Compartment Door:

The 24 inch wide cabinets, S-10 and D-10-64, have flat, exterior door panels. The 30 inch wide cabinets, D-12

Construction

Cabinet Shells:

All 1964 models have the same uniformity in cabinet design with the shell sides extending beyond the door sealing surfaces to conceal the door seal. All models, except FDS-13T-2 and FPDS-14T-2 can be installed flush to the wall on the hinge side of the cabinet and still allow all shelves, baskets, hydrators, etc., to be removed for cleaning.

The FPI-16B-64 and the FPI-19B-64 are completely foamed cabinets. With the use of Frigi-Foam insulation, capacities are increased such as the FPI-16B-64 which uses basically the same cabinet shell as the FPI-14B-64. The FPI-19B-64 is less in height than last year's FPI-16B-63 but it is 1 ¾" wider.
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Figure 26 Door Handle and Trim

and FD-11-64 have the same sculptured design that was introduced in 1962. All 32 inch wide cabinets have a sculptured design with a raised vertical band extending the full height of the door near its opening side. The handle is mounted on this raised band. The band is further enhanced by the addition of' trim, Figure 26, which matches the color of the cabinet. The FPI-19B-64 has a different style door trim and handle on both the food door and the freezer door and on both sides of the door.

The full-length doors on 32 inch wide cabinets extend down over the front of the machine compartment, giving a clean, streamlined appearance.

Tie rods extend to the four corners of the food compartment door to give added rigidity. These tie rods can be used to align the door parallel with cabinet face. All doors are fully insulated. The FPI-16B-64, and FPI-19B-64 have Frigi Foam food compartment doors. On models that have electrical components inside the doors, the electrical leads are routed inside the doors.

Freezer Door:

On all models that have an inner freezer door, the door is mounted on the side of the food compartment liner, or collar, and is hinged to open sideways. This design allows full utilization of the freezer section with only a 90 food compartment door opening. On Cyclamatic models, having an inner freezer door, the outside panel is made of aluminum; on all other models the door is made of plastic.

On Frost-Proof models, the freezer door uses Frigi-Foam insulation which has excellent insulating qualities as well as being rigid and lightweight.

On the FPI-19B-64 the freezer door tilts downward to a maximum of 45 and the lower freezer basket rolls out automatically for easy accessibility to foods.

Door Seal:

All models have magnetic door seals with magnetic strips on all four sides to insure positive sealing around the entire perimeter of the door. This door seal allows the door to be opened from the interior by applying a slight amount of pressure on any side but the hinge side.

Door Opener:

On all 1964 models, an upright, vinyl covered handle is used for opening the door. Easy to grasp and mounted on the raised band, where applicable, it tends toward effortless opening of the door. Exterior freezer doors also have a matching handle to blend with the food compartment door except where a door opening pedal is provided, FPI-14B-64 and FPI-16B-64 models.

The pedal arm protrudes through a hole in the base panel and contacts a plate on the inside bottom edge of the freezer door to force the door open. A spring is utilized to return the arm to its concealed position.

Door Hinges:

Shoulder type hinges, at the top and bottom corners of each door, provide a strong door hinging arrangement. The hinges pivot in nylon bearings for smooth, quiet operation.

The top hinge arrangement on all cabinets is basically the same. The screw holes in the top of the cabinet shell are countersunk for flush appearance of the screw heads. A metal spacer is required between the top hinge wing and the top flange of the shell.

The freezer door of the FPI-19B-64 model pivots on nylon bushings; with the door closed, the hinges are concealed. The hinge wing is attached to the bottom of
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the door and bolts to the pivot arm which is under spring tension to aid in opening and closing the door. The hinges swing in an arc with cables attached to the inside door panel to serve as door stops. This sturdy arrangement lends itself to a balanced door for effortless opening and closing.

Hydrators:

All models, except the S-10-64, have a Hydrator for storage of fresh vegetables. The FPI-16B-64 and the FPI-19B-64, Figure 27, have increased capacities for 1964. The Hydrator cover and guide also have been redesigned. Sponge rubber seals are located in the rear of the cover and guide as well as on the front flange of the drawer. Rubber plugs in the sides of the drawer can be removed if more air circulation in the Hydrator is desired to reduce moisture. The Picture Window Hydrator has been discontinued due to the increased capacities of the Hydrator in the food liner.

Meat Tender-Model FPI-19B-64

Figure 28

Chill Drawer-Model D-14-64 Illustrated

Meat Tender:

Models S-10, D-10, D-12 and D-14-64

Although the Chill Drawer, Figure 28, is not considered a Meat Tender, foods may be stored in this tray which also serves as a defrost water receptacle during defrost periods. Except on the D-12-64, the tray has two positions for temperature and humidity control. (See Food Compartment Refrigeration.)

Models FCDM-14-64, FPI-14B-64, FPI-16B-64 and FPI-14B-64

These models have Flowing Cold with the discharge air from the air duct entering the refrigerator section directly behind the Meat Tender. Air is directed over, around and through the Meat Tender as well as through the food compartment. Most Meat Tenders, Figure 29, have increased capacity over previous year's design.

The Meat Tender is cooled by Flowing Cold and provides temperatures near the freezing mark. This means that most good quality meats can be stored up to

seven days. Ground meats, meat specialties, and poultry can be stored up to four or five days.

To freeze meats solidly for longer storage, use the zero zone freezer section of the refrigerator.

Some ice crystals may- be noticed on meats removed from the Meat Tender. This is due to the near-freezing temperature and is perfectly normal. All meats can be cooked immediately without any warm-up waiting period.

Since fruits, vegetables and eggs require somewhat higher temperatures, they should be stored in the special areas provided-not in the Meat Tender.

Note: For best .results, do not remove the Meat Tender to provide additional shelf space. Since this shelf area will still be cooled by near freezing temperatures, more sensitive foods may freeze.

Food Shelves:

All Super and Deluxe models have zinc plated steel shelves. Some models have an adjustable shelf and/or sliding shelf. The Imperial models have aluminum rod shelves with either stationary or Roll-To-"Vbu design. The shelves glide with ease and quiet operation on a track mechanism which is concealed. They lock into place when pulled forward.

The gliding food shelves on the FCDM-14-64 are of a different design. To remove these shelves from the liner, grasp the front corners of the shelf and, using the thumb and index finger, pull out and up on the plastic insert that slips over the plastic shelf peg. The shelf assembly is then removed by pulling out the guide rails from the rear of the liner.

The guide rails can be removed from the shelf by twisting at the front, lifting up and then pulling the rail through the rear plastic insert, Figure 30.

A slight upward bow is designed into the top aluminum stationary shelf, on models so equipped, so that, when heavily loaded, as with half gallon milk containers, the shelf will be straight. This design also im-
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Figure 30 Guide Rails Removal*-FCDM-1 4-64

proves the shelf seating area on the peg retainers. On the FPI-16B and 19B-64, the top shelves have a double reinforcement across the center and, therefore, are not bowed upward.

Although this is a minor item, a few instances were reported on 1963 models in which the shelf was replaced for this reason. It is felt that dealers and servicemen should be acquainted with this intentional design.

Figure 31 Butter Conditioner

Butter Storage:

All models except the S-10-64 and D-10-64 have provisions for storing butter. All Imperial Frost Proof models and the FCDM-14-64 have the design, Figure 31, introduced on the FCDM-14-63. The line on the knob serves as an indicator for the switch position and the control knob can be rotated 360 with the settings repeated every 180. The knob cannot be installed wrong. The four position switch changes resistance of the heater. On HARD position, the switch is off and, of

Figure 32 Instant Ice Server

course, no heat; on MEDIUM HARD there are 3 watts; on MEDIUM SOFT there are 4 watts; on SOFT there are 5 watts. This is based upon 117 Volts.

Instant Ice Server:

In the basic models which feature the Ice Ejector, Figure 32, storage for the Instant Ice Server is provided on the freezer door on four models and in either side of the lower freezer basket of the FPI-19B-64.

With the ice tray placed upside down in the Server, a slight lift upward on the server handle will cause the actuating bar link to engage and move the grids to free the cubes from the tray. Released cubes drop into the Instant Ice Server. The handle of the Server has a built-in spring to ensure it returning to the normal or down position.

Another feature on the FPI-19B-64 is the top ice tray shelf, which slides out for easy accessibility.

For the type of trays and pounds of ice available on models other than the Ice Ejector design, refer to Specifications, Table 1.

Condensate Driers:

These driers, Figure 33 through 40, are located behind the freezer collar, in the center mullion, in the door and around the perimeter of the cabinet shell. Grooves are provided in the molding of some models for their location and special tape is used to hold them in place. Should a service replacement be necessary, use 5874868 tape to hold the driers in place on plastic parts. If, for example, a shell drier is to be replaced, the template will be held in position by tape and the insulation. For a single wire, we suggest using a small piece of blue permagum to locate the wire as the tape mentioned above may pick up small particles of insulation and not adhere to the cabinet shell.

The models and their respective driers, along with
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Figure 33

Condensate Driers--Models FD-13T-64 and FDS-1 3T-2

Figure 34

Condensate Driers-Model FCDM-14-64

Figure 35 Figure 36

Condensate Driers-Model FD-14B-64 Condensate Driers-Model FPD-14B-64

234" 25-29 W. 115 V.
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Figure 37

Condensate Driers-Model FPI-1 4T-64 Models FPD-14T-64 & FPDS-14T-2 Same Less Butter Conditioner

Figure 38

Condensate Driers-Model FPI-1 4B-64

Figure 40

Condensate Driers-Model FPI-1 9B-64
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drier lengths, wattage and voltage ratings, are shown in the figure references.

In Figures 35 through 40 the center mullion drier has two driers on one template. The smaller drier is energized continuously while the larger drier cycles with the thermostat.

On foamed cabinets, it is suggested that the shell drier replacement be placed in the cabinet channel. Trimming the template slightly to fit will help. On foamed freezer doors, do not replace the complete door should the drier be open. Remove the inside panel and work the drier under the outside door panel flange as far toward the corner and outer surface of the metal panel as possible.

It is most important that the wires are in direct contact with the metal surface of the shell or door panel.

Food Compartment Refrigeration

Conventional and Cyclamatic Models:

On models with conventional type units, no Refrig-o-Plate, cooling of the food compartment is dependent upon the natural flow of air. This flow, called convection, is controlled to a great extent by the position of the seasonal control baffle and the position of the drip tray. On model D-12-64, during periods of high ambient temperatures and humidity, the seasonal control baffle should be in the open position-flat against the back of the liner.

Figure 41

Chill Drawer Stop-Models S-10, D-10, D-14-64

On the S-10-64, D-10-64 and D-14-64 the Chill Drawer is designed to provide control of air circulation in the food compartment. During periods of high outside temperatures and humidities, the Chill Drawer is pulled forward to the first stop position, Figure 41. This provides space between the back of the liner and the Chill Drawer. During low humidity conditions and when defrosting, this air space is eliminated by lifting

up on the front of the Chill Drawer and pushing it all the way back under the freezer chest. On the D-12-63, the baffle should be in the closed or UP position.

Frost formation on the coil of conventional models reduces the efficiency of the coil and frequent defrostings are recommended to maintain proper temperatures.

The position of the thermostat switch on these models also has a great effect upon the product temperatures. With proper defrosting, thermostat switch settings and proper positioning of the drip tray, or humidity control baffle, satisfactory temperatures should be attained regardless of geographical location.

All Cycla-matic models except the FCDM-14-64 utilize convection air currents over the Refrig-o-Plate to cool the food compartment. The thermostatic switch has a high cutin point to ensure complete defrosting of the Refrig-o-Plate on every OFF cycle. Defrost water drains to the Moist-Minder and then into the drain pan in the machine compartment.

In the FCDM-14-64, Figure 42, air is drawn into the openings in the front of the freezer collar and is channeled over the refrigerated plate located in the bottom of the liner. The insulation pieces and deflectors mounted

Figure 42 Air Flow-FCDM-14-64
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to the plate divert the air into three paths, from right to left and across the left side of the plate into the fan housing. A small portion of the refrigerated air is discharged into the Meat Tender area but most of the cooled air is discharged into the food compartment air duct located behind the food compartment liner. The air is then channeled up and out the top of the liner, over the light shield, through the food shelves and around the Hydrators to the return grille openings. The blower motor runs continuously except when the food door is opened. A fan and lamp switch in the right side molding turns off the fan and energizes the lamps. A Moist Minder float, which should be cleaned periodically, is located in the machine compartment.

The FD-14B-64 has a Cycla-matic system with a Refrig-o-Plate mounted to the rear of the liner. A fan, located at the top of the liner, runs continuously except when the food door is opened. When the door is opened, the fan and lamp switch in the right side molding turns off the fan and energizes the lamps. Air is drawn up and over the Refrig-o-Plate and is then discharged over the top of the lamp shield where it filters down through the shelves and Hydrators.

roll-bonded evaporators, picks up heat from products stored in the freezer, mostly through those which are in actual contact with the coil. Fresh packages should be placed in the freezer, so they make contact with the coil until normal operating temperatures are reached. They can then be stacked to conserve space. For prolonged storage, ice cream packages should be in contact with the coil to obtain maximum cold temperatures.

Figure 43 Moist Minder- FD-1 4B-64

The Refrig-o-Plate defrosts on every OFF cycle. The freezer section must be manually defrosted periodically. The defrost water from the Refrig-o-Plate drains into a trough located beneath the coil. The water drains into a vinyl tube which exits out the back of the cabinet to the drain pan. The Moist-Minder float, Figure 43, is located in the left end of the trough. There is also a float located in the machine compartment for the freezer section.

Freezing Compartment Refrigeration: Conventional and Cyclamalic Models

Liquid refrigerant, circulating through passages in the

Figure 44 illustrates a double width cover for the ice trays which also serves as a storage shelf. This shelf is found in all refrigerator-freezer models with a top freezer and also in the FD-14B-64. Note the grille effect on the side for improved air circulation.

The freezer section of the FCDM-14-63 is actually two-fold. The refrigerated plate, discussed in Food Compartment Refrigeration, has forced air across it. The miniature freezer is a roll-bonded evaporator which is not Frost proof. The Mini-Freezer refrigerator is designed especially for people who want large food storage capacity but very little freezer storage due to having a food freezer or other provision for frozen food storage.

Refrigeration, Food and Freezer Compartments Frost-Proof Models:

It is rather difficult to explain either the food compartment or freezer compartment separately on Frost-Proof models. Therefore, this section is devoted exclusively to these models.

All Frost-Proof models utilize a single evaporator in the freezer section to cool both the freezer section and the food compartment section. This is accomplished by using blower motors and distributing the air through ducts or channels.

All Models Except the FPI-19B-64:

The air in the freezer compartment picks up heat and moisture from door openings and frozen food packages. This air is then drawn into the openings in the front of the freezer collar, Figures 45 and 46, and passes through the fins of the cooling coil located under the freezer

Figure 44

Ice Tray Cover-Top Freezer Models and FD-14B-64
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section bottom plate. Here the heat and moisture are transferred to the cooling coil and cold, dry air is discharged back into the freezer section. By repeating this process over and over, package temperatures are kept within a range of approximately 0 to +6. And all visible surfaces of the freezer section are kept free of frost.

Due to the design of the blower housing, some of this cold, dry air is discharged into the food compartment section and into the Meat Tender through ducts. The air flow is controlled by a valve which is called the Food Compartment Air Flow Control. This control has a sensing element incorporated in it which reacts to changes in the food compartment temperature. As the

temperature in the food compartment rises, this control opens and allows refrigerated air to enter the food compartment. As the temperature in the food compartment is lowered, the control closes and shuts off the air flow. By this means a near constant product temperature is provided for normal food storage.

On top freezer models, air in the food compartment is returned to the freezer section through openings in the top front of the food compartment. On bottom freezer models, the air in the food compartment is returned through a grille and ducts located at the bottom rear corner of the liner. This warm, moist air then passes through the fins of the cooling coil and is mixed with the return air from the freezer section.

Figure 45

Air Flow and Water Disposal Diagram-Top Freezer Frost-Proof Models
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On top freezer models, return air from the food compartment passes through the fins of the cooling coil on each end. The fin spacing on the two ends are double spaced at ⅜" compared to the center spacings of ¾6". On bottom freezer models, the return air from the food compartment section passes through the fins of the cooling coil on the left-hand side only. The fin spacings here are triple spaced, ¾«", compared to the center and right side spacings of ¾g". The reason for this wider spacing of the fins for the food compartment return air is that food compartment air contains more moisture and frost forms more quickly in this area. Blockage of the fins with frost would result.

After the air passes through the freezer section of the

coil, it then returns to the blower and the air flow distribution fs repeated. This blower motor cycles with the compressor except when the food compartment door is opened. A combination fan and lamp switch stops the fan and turns on the lamp whenever the food door is opened.

Model FP/-I9B-64

Air in the freezer compartment picks up heat and moisture from door openings and from frozen food packages like the other models. However, the path of air flow differs greatly. Refer to Figure 47 and follow the path as described here. The air is drawn into the opening at the bottom rear of the freezer compartment and passes
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Figure 47

Air Flow Diagram-Model FPI-19B-64

upward through the fins of the cooling coil. Heat and moisture are transferred to the cooling coil and cold dry air is discharged back into the freezer section. The freezer section utilizes approximately two-thirds of the cooling coil which has its fins spaced e" similar to the other models. As the process is repeated over and over, temperatures are maintained between 0 and -f 6 and all visible surfaces are kept free of frost. The freezer fan motor cycles with the compressor except when the freezer door is opened. A combination fan and lamp switch located in the machine compartment stops the fan and turns on the lamp whenever the freezer door is opened.

Air that enters into the food compartment is drawn in through the fan housing located in the lower left rear of the food compartment liner. From here it is channeled through ductwork to the bottom right-hand side of the cooling coil in the freezer section. As the air

passes upward through the wide spaced fins (o") heat and moisture are removed. The air continues through a duct to the Meat Tender outlet and continues upward until it emerges at the top of the food compartment liner. From here it filters down through the shelves and reenters the food compartment fan housing. This completes the circuit.

This process is repeated as long as the F-3D temperature control calls for refrigeration. Should the temperature in the food compartment become too cold, due to a long running cycle caused by placing a heavy load in the freezer section, the fan cycling switch will stop the food compartment fan, momentarily, since it is connected in series with the fan motor. To conserve refrigerated air, a fan and lamp switch is also in the circuit and, when the food compartment door is opened, the fan stops and the interior lamps light.

Note that the FPI-19B-64 system differs from the
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Figure 48

Freezer Drain Trap-Models FPD, FPI-1 4B-64

previous models described in several ways. At no time does the food compartment air mix with the freezer air. The two sections of the cooling coil are separated by baffles. Also there is no air flow control. The food compartment blower motor and the freezer blower motor both cycle with the compressor. Both are out of the circuit during the defrost cycle.

As in the other Frost-Proof models, defrosting of the coil periodically is necessary to ensure proper air flow and temperatures. This is accomplished twice a day by means of a defrost timer control. On the T models, the defrost water from the freezer coil runs down the back of the liner to the Moist-Minder in the bottom of the liner and into the drain pan where it is evaporated. On the B models, there is no Moist-Minder in the food compartment since there is no Refrig-o-Plate to produce defrost water. However, there is defrost water from the freezer coil which drains through a trap, Figure 48, into the drain pan where it is evaporated.

The FPI-16B-64 has a plastic trap similar to the 14B models. The FPI-19B-64 has a rubber trap flattened on the end. All traps permit water to pass through but prevent air or vermin from entering the product via the drain trap. It is recommended that these traps be removed periodically for cleaning.

Temperature Control

Conventional Models

The Temperature Control or thermostat switch, located on the right-hand side of the food liner, has a great effect upon the temperatures in both the freezer section and the food compartment section. The user can vary the position of the control to meet individual desires for temperatures best suited to them. The position of the drip tray and the humidity control baffle, where applicable, and the amount of frost allowed to accumu-

late on the freezer coil have an effect on these temperatures. The cleaner the coil, the more efficient it is and the colder the temperatures. Therefore, do not replace the Cold Control because of a too warm or too cold food compartment complaint until all conditions are first checked as outlined above.

Cyclamatic Models

On these models, the Temperature Control, located on the left-hand side of the food liner, has a greater effect upon the freezer compartment temperatures than on the food compartment temperatures. However, the food compartment is controlled and affected by the position of the Temperature Control to some degree. It has always been emphasized that food product temperatures and not air temperatures should be checked when checking out a temperature complaint. Cold air, being heavier, drops down so the coldest temperatures will be near the bottom of the food compartment.

The customer can only evaluate the temperature in the freezer section by the firmness of the ice cream or the temperature of milk, for example, in the food compartment. Helpful hints can be given the user by suggesting that ice cream be in contact with the freezer coil for coldest temperatures. If ice cream is too hard, place it on the top of other packages to make it more "spoonable." The user often has a thermometer laying on the food compartment shelf. Since air temperatures affect thermometer readings, a rise of several degrees may occur before the thermometer can be read. It is suggested that a 12860 three lead temperature tester be used so that simultaneous readings can be made in the freezer section, in the food compartment and in the Hydrator, if desired. These leads should be placed in some product such as a jar of pickles that has been in the refrigerator for 24 hours. In the freezer section, place the thermocouple in the ice cream or between packages. These leads should be cleaned prior to placing in foods. Wait five minutes or so for the tester to settle out. Readings can be made then without opening the door.

A 12870 temperature recorder is another valuable instrument for checking temperatures, running time, thermostat switch settings, door openings, etc. It is, in reality, a time saver.

There are some servicemen who check the superheat readings of the Refrig-o-Plate. There is no objection to this if the readings are taken near the end of a running cycle. This is necessary since the superheat readings will vary greatly during a normal run cycle.

Other suggestions are to make sure that the thermoline of the switch does not contact the Refrig-o-Plate at any location except at the bulb and that the thermoline runs uphill from the bulb. Check the Refrig-o-Plate baffle to see that it does not restrict the air flow over the Refrig-o-Plate, particularly at the top. Even though this baffle is designed to prevent it from being installed backward, there have been occasions when it was found installed backward when the service call was made.

Aluminum foil or waxed paper on the shelves will restrict air circulation. Doors should seal properly.
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H FRIGIDAIRE
■■■■ B 42:!0
Figure 49 Temperature Control-FPI-1 9B-64

Check that the lights do not stay on. A shortage of refrigerant will be detected by a colder than average freezer package temperature. This, of course, will depend upon the amount of shortage. Remember that refrigerant is fed to the freezer section before continuing through to the Refrig-o-Plate. A large amount of food stored in the freezer section gives a greater "ballast" effect and results in less fluctuation of freezer package temperatures.

Frost-Proof Models

On these models the Temperature Control, Figure 49, affects the freezer section and has very little effect upon the food compartment. The food compartment temperature is closely controlled by the air flow control or fan cycling switch unless, of course, the F-3D thermostat switch is not letting the unit run, is not letting it run long enough to maintain satisfactory temperatures, or, is permitting the unit to run continuously.

Here, again, record food product temperatures as outlined for Cyclamatic models. The use of a cycle-temperature recorder is not recommended on every call but it is an invaluable tool to determine running time, product temperatures, peak food temperatures, etc., over a 24-hour period. The running cycles on these models will not be uniform throughout the day. The unit will run as long as there is a load to pull down. The cycles shorten as soon as the load is reduced.

On single evaporator Frost-Proof models, a slight shortage of refrigerant or restriction will usually not be detected by the user. Temperatures in both the freezer and food section will be maintained. The only way this will be detected is by a longer running time-particularly after a defrost period. There is a point where a greater shortage will be noted. This will be evident by a rise in normal freezer package temperatures and long running time. The serviceman must be able to determine what is a normal run time after defrost. This is normally a long cycle because the added heat must be removed.

Food Compartment Air Flow Control

The air flow control, Figure 50, is basically the same as used previously and serves the same function. This control is not used on the FPI-19B-64.

The bellows and thermoline are charged with R-142B which is one of the freon refrigerants. The shaft is actuated by the bellows to overcome the force of the main spring. A smaller spring and wire is attached from the shaft to a butterfly valve that opens and closes as the shaft travels in and out. In this manner the food compartment temperature is controlled by permitting refrigerated air to enter the food compartment section with the opening and closing of this valve. See Service Operations for adjustments.

Figure 50

Food Compartment Air Flow Control-Frost-Proof 14T Models and FPI-1 6B-64
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Defrost Heaters

All Frost-Proof Models, Except FPI-19B-64

Frost that forms on the cooling coil must be removed periodically to maintain proper temperatures and air flow. This is accomplished by a timer controlled electric heater, Figures 51 and 52. The heater is rated at 600 watts and is pressed into the fins of the cooling coil, both top and bottom, for fast, efficient defrosting.

The first pass of the defrost heater is pressed into a channel, which is part of the accumulator, to ensure complete defrosting of the accumulator. A drain heater, rated at 7.5 watts, is connected in series with the defrost heater on B models to prevent the drain from freezing. This heater is only energized during defrost the same as the defrost heater. No drain heater is necessary on the 14T models.

Model FPI-19B-64

This heater is rated at 620 watts and is also pressed into the fins of the cooling coil. Two passes lie completely across the bottom of the coil with four additional passes on the wide fin spacing section of the coil on both sides. A portion of this heater also is pressed into a channel which is part of the accumulator. A separate drain heater, rated at 80 watts, is energized only during the defrost cycle.

Defrost Timer

The defrost timer is located on the left-hand side of the machine compartment on all models except the FPI-19B-64 where it is located in the center of the machine compartment. It is accessible by removing the base panel and the drain pan. The purpose of the timer is to shut off the compressor and the fans and to energize the defrost heaters twice a day. It is suggested that the timer be set to defrost at approximately 1:00 P.M. and 1:00 A.M. or when usage is at its lowest. Two defrosts per day are necessary since frost will accumulate faster on the single evaporator.

The same safety feature incorporated in previous timers is still retained in that the timer cam will automatically cut off the heater elements at the end of a 30 minute period and move the contacts from the heater circuit back to the compressor and fan circuit. This prevents the package temperatures from rising to a point where frozen food would be affected.

The timer shaft is slotted so that a small flat-bladed screwdriver can be used to set the timer. The serviceman can also use this method to advance the timer through a cycle for diagnostic purposes.

Just a few words on diagnosis should the coil be iced and the serviceman wants to check out the timer and defrost circuit. Do not assume that the timer caused

DEFROST LIMITER SWITCH LOCATION

SEAL THESE AREAS

BLOWER WHEEL

BLOWER HOUSING

COOLING COIL

DIVIDERS STYROFOAM ACCUMULATOR ACCUMULATOR CLAMP DEFROST HEATER

Figure 51

Cooling Coil and Heater Detail-14T Models
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the problem and arbitrarily replace it. A call back will undoubtedly result.

The first thing to observe is whether the freezer door is sealing properly and not being held partially open by a frozen package, door opening, pedal, etc. See that the freezer drain cap is in place. Next, determine that the timer motor is running. This can be ascertained by using a flashlight and a small mirror and observing if the timer motor wheel is turning. On the FPI-19B-64, the timer motor wheel can be observed from the front without the use of a mirror. If the motor wheel is not running, remove the timer and timer motor cover. Perhaps the timer motor cover is binding due to a dent in the cover. Check the resistance of the timer motor for an open circuit.

If it is determined that the timer motor is running, use a volt-wattmeter and advance the timer to the defrost period. Turn the timer shaft slowly to prevent going past the defrost position. The wattage reading should be between 600-700 watts for all models except the FPI-19B-64 which will be between 700-800 watts. If

the wattage is only 0-100 or if the timer contacts kick back over to the refrigeration cycle due to an open limiter switch circuit, then the complete defrost circuit should be thoroughly analyzed. A 12167 test light and 12855 ohmmeter are excellent tools for this purpose.

On single evaporators, the coil will ice up in a matter of a few days should the timer fail to defrost the coil. This varies with the relative humidity of the room in which the cabinet is installed.

Defrost Limiter Switch

Although the timer determines when the defrost period will occur, the length of the defrost period, not exceeding 30 minutes, is normally determined by a thermostatic control called the Defrost Limiter Switch, Figures 51 and 52, which is in contact with the cooling coil or deflector bracket. This switch is electrically in series with the heater element. When the temperature of the coil at that point reaches 55 5., this switch opens and current takes an alternate path through the Fail Safe Relay which is part of the timer. The timer

DEFROST

LIMITER

SWITCH

COOLING

COIL

RETURN AIR DUCT FROM FOOD COMPARTMENT

AIR RETURN OPENINGS

FREEZER

BLOWER

MOTOR

SEAL THESE AREAS

DEFROST

HEATER

Figure 52

Cooling Coil and Heater Detail-Bottom Freezer Frost-Proof Models Except FPI-1 9B-64
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contacts are moved to break the heating circuit and to energize the compressor and fan circuits. After the temperature is reduced to 30° ± 6°., the limiter switch will reset and close the contacts in readiness for the next defrost period.

Under normal conditions, the defrost cycle is completed in 8 to 10 minutes. Under severe humidity conditions, the defrost time may be increased to between 12 and 17 minutes.

Wiring Instructions for Showroom Display

1. Disconnect and tape the White lead from the left-hand terminal of the compressor.

2. On the FPD, FPI-14B and FPI-16B-64 models, remove both side moldings. Disconnect and tape the plain Pink lead on the rfght-hand terminal board that connects to the relay. If the wrong lead is disconnected, the freezer blower motor will not run. In this case replace the disconnected Pink lead and disconnect the other one. Also disconnect the plain Red lead on the left-hand terminal board.

3. On the FPI-19B-64, remove the left-hand side molding. Disconnect and tape the plain Red lead and one of the plain Pink leads. There are three other Pink leads on this terminal board but two of them have Gray tracers and one has a Blue tracer to identify the leads. If the wrong Pink lead is disconnected, the freezer and food compartment blower motors will not run. In this case, reconnect the disconnected Pink

lead and disconnect the other Pink lead.

4. On the 14T models, follow Step 1 above; pull the terminal block off the defrost timer and snap the Red lead from the terminal block. Tape this lead and replace the block. If the connector block is left disconnected, the freezer blower motor will not run. If the Pink lead is disconnected in the relay or at the thermostat and taped, no other leads need be disconnected.

• Plug in the service cord. Prospective customers can turn the Cold Control to any position without the unit running. Lamps will light and the blower motor will run. The drier strips will be energized but not sufficiently to cause damage to any plastics. Ribbons can be attached to the discharge grilles to indicate air flow. Caution: Be sure to reconnect the leads as they were before delivering the product to the user.

Installation Instructions

1. Carefully uncrate the refrigerator and remove all tape securing the shelves, trays, Moist-Minder, etc. Remove the base panel and remove all packing material from the Moist-Minder drain pan and the cabinet.

2. Level the cabinet by adjusting the leveling glides. Using a thin ⅜" open end wrench, turn the wrench counterclockwise on the leveling screw to lower the cabinet or clockwise to raise it. If the floor under the back of the cabinet is lower then at the front, use shims under the back corners.

3. Set the Cold Control to the No. 1 position. The white number 1 on the outer knob will then be in line with the black marker at the inside of the knob, except on the FPI-16B and 19B-64 models.

4. Plug in the service cord and check for high sound level in the lines. Adjust the lines if necessary.

5. Present the customer with the Owner's Guide. Suggest that it be read thoroughly to understand the proper operation and care of the refrigerator.

6. Remove all packing material from the premises.

TABLE II

Installation Dimensional Chart in Inches Use with Figure 53

WALL

Figure 53

Installation Diagram and Dimensional Chart-1964 Models

Service Diagnosis

PROBLEM and POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY PROBLEM and POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY
Unit Will Not Run: No power to outlet or low voltage. Plown fuse. Broken service cord. Inoperative thermostat. Check source with volt-wattmeter. Should check 115 volt=tlO%. Check voltage at relay. If none and voltage indicated at outlet, replace service cord or plug on cord. Jumper across terminals of thermostat. If unit runs and connections are all tight, replace thermostat. Check capacitor using test cord and 150 watt light bulb. If bad or shows signs of leakage, replace capacitor. Use starter cord and check unit. If unit runs with normal wattage and above conditions are correct, replace relay. Use starter cord and check unit, if compressor fails to start because it is too hot, allow to cool to room temperature and repeat. If wattage is too high, will not start, or blows fuse, replace the compressor. Take burnt oil check. If not within limits of oil Broken lead to compressor, timer or thermostat. Inoperative defrost timer. Inoperative condenser fan motor or faulty protector -FPI-19B-64. sample indicator, it may be necessary to replace all components. Replace or repair broken leads. Replace timer assembly. Check out fan motor and also protector on compressor. Replace either if necessary.
Faulty capacitor. Inoperative relay. Stalled unit. Food Compartment Temperatures Too Warm: Inoperative thermostat. Thermoline Touching. Conventional models liquid line bushing by passing. Determine product temperatures. If slightly high, adjust control for longer running time. If control is discharged, broken or if recording indicates switch settings are off, replace switch. Even though the thermoline has an insulator on it, it must not touch the plate. Also route the line up at an angle to prevent water from entering the plastic covering. Replace component evaporator.
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PROBLEM and POSSIBLE CAUSE

Poor door seal.

Repeated door openings or overloading of shelves in food compartment.

Inoperative fan cycling switch on FPI-19B-64.

Inoperative fan motors. Lights stay on.

Food Compartment Air Flow Control.

Conventional refrigerator needs defrosting.

Improper bulb spacer.

Seasonal Control in closed position, or Drip Tray all the way back.

REMEDY

Level cabinet. Adjust door seal. Adjust tie rods in door.

Instruct user regarding blocking normal air circulation in the cabinet.

Check leads and control.

Replace if discharged, broken or other conditions which would warrant replacing the control.

Food Compartment Temperatures Too Cold:

High altitude installations.

Food Compartment temperature control.

Inoperative thermostat, Conventional models.

Very cold ambient temperature.

Replace motor.

Adjust door to engage plunger.

If switch is faulty, replace switch.

May be discharged- replace assembly.

Check for obstruction in the passage from the freezer to the food compartment.

Check for proper sealing around the control and the bellows.

Check for bulb spacer on 14B models.

Excessive frost accumulation on freezer, slows down heat transfer to refrigerant in the freezer. Excessive frost also resists normal air flow around the freezer.

Suggest that customer defrost more often.

Check for proper bulb spacer, use thicker spacer to lower switch cut-off point and lower cabinet temperatures by increasing the running time.

Change Seasonal Control or Drip Tray to the open position to allow more air circulation around the freezer.

Up to 5,000 feet turn cold control warmer on F-3 switches. On the food compartment air flow control and the fan cycling thermostat, calibrate the control.

Adjust the control as outlined in procedure N.

There may be an obstruction causing the damper to remain open.

Do not condemn the control until other factors are considered. If control does cycle the product regularly but foods are too cold, adjust the control warmer.

If the unit does not cycle, replace the control.

If in an extremely cold room, the freezer temperature and cabinet temperature tend to equalize causing cabinet temperature to be below 32. Refrigerator should be moved to a warmer location.

PROBLEM and POSSIBLE CAUSE

Improper bulb spacer.

Seasonal Control or Drip Tray in open position.

Unit Runs Excessively:

Air flow around condenser restricted.

Poor door seal.

Placing sudden full load on unit such as all fresh water in ice cube trays or heavy loading after shopping.

Faulty thermostat.

Freezer drain trap not in place.

Refrigerant charge.

Restriction or moisture.

Normal operation.

REMEDY

Use thinner bulb spacer to raise the effective switch cut-off point and raise cabinet temperatures by reducing running time.

Change Seasonal Control or drip tray to closed position to reduce the air circulation over the freezer. Move the chill drawer up also, if applicable.

Noise:

Blower motor.

Compressor mounting.

Vibration of tubing.

Superheat coil or condenser.

Adequate air flow over condenser is necessary.

Advise user where cabinet is built in without proper circulation of air.

Level cabinet before making any adjustments. Check for interference from packages or foot pedal.

Explain to customer that this heavy loading will cause long running time until temperatures are maintained. This running period may be several hours after heavy loading of the cabinet. Refer to use and Care,

Instructions regarding running time.

If freezer package temperature is between 0 and 6 F., the thermostat is not at fault.

This will allow warm air to travel to the freezer. Install trap.

Too much or too little gas. Discharge, evacuate and recharge with proper charge.

Replace component where restriction is located. If moisture is suspected, replace drier-filter.

On Frost-Proof models if freezer package temperatures are below 0 turn cold control warmer.

Check for motor wheel rubbing housing. Readjust.

Replace motor if noise is excessive.

Replace mounts. This type noise usually occurs during starting or during stopping of the unit.

Run the hands over various lines. This can often help determine the location of the vibration. Gently reform tubing to eliminate vibration problem. Check discharge line from compressor to top of condenser to eliminate possible rubbing of line against condenser.

Tighten all tubing clamps Bend or straighten fins.

Check drip disposal pan to see that it is not touching the Superheat coil.
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PROBLEM and POSSIBLE CAUSE

REMEDY

Location of cabinet.

Compressor.

An out-of-level floor may be a factor in causing noise. Also certain types of flooring transmit vibration more readily than others. Investigate type of floor construction where cabinet is located.

Only after all external sources have been checked should the compressor be changed for noise.

Freezing Compartment Too Warm, Frost-Proof:

Inoperative thermostat.

Poor door seal.

Light stays on.

Blower motor inoperative.

Inoperative timer.

Moist-Minder drain trap not in place.

Coil iced up.

Note running time and freezer package temperatures, adjust control for longer running time.

If control is broken or discharged, replace control.

Level cabinet. Adjust door hinge wings. Check for interference from packages or foot pedal.

Adjust door to engage plunger.

If switch is inoperative, replace switch.

Check to see that the blower motor is free. Check voltage to motor. Replace if inoperative.

Timer may not allow unit to go into defrost causing ice to build up on coil. This cuts down on the air flow. Replace timer if inoperative.

This allows air to leak into the freezing compartment.

Install parts.

Check drain heater, defrost heater, limiter switch, and timer. These items could cause the coil to ice up.

Water on the Floor. Suction Line is Frosted or Very Cold:

First pull down after installing product. Overcharge of refrigerant.

Freezer blower motor inoperative.

S & D liquid line bushing by passing. Excessive frost build up on freezer coil.

This frost back should stop after first couple of cycles.

Purge slightly from high side charging port. If too much has been purged, evacuate and recharge system.

Check for voltage supply to motor. If none, check wiring. Remember this motor only runs when the compressor runs.

Replace component evaporator.

See-Freezing Compartment Too Warm.

PROBLEM and POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY
Oil on the Floor: Terminal stud leak. Charging screw loose. Broken Line. Check with leak detector. Tighten stud. Evacuate and recharge with proper charge. Check with leak detector. Tighten screw. Evacuate and recharge. Replace component or repair with line connector, if possible. Evacuate and recharge.
Unit Hums and Shuts Off: Low voltage. Faulty capacitor. Inoperative relay. Stalled compressor. Check electrical source with Volt-Wattmeter. Under a load, voltage should be 115 volts 10%. Check for possible use of extremely long extension cord, or several appliances on same circuit. Replace capacitor. Replace relay. Check with test cord. If compressor will not start, replace.
Frost in the Freezer, Frost-Proof: Water spilled when ice cube trays are placed in the freezer. Poor door seal. Improper loading. Inoperative freezer blower motor. Caution customer that water spilled will not readily be removed. Tap bottom of cold storage liner and ice will break loose. Level cabinet. Adjust door hinge wing. Check for interference from packages or door opening pedal. Packages should not block the air flow at the top in back of the cold storage liner. Check to see that the blower wheel is free. Check voltage to motor. Replace if defective.
Excessive Moisture Inside Food Compartment. Temperature OK: Poor door seal. Normal operation. Level cabinet. Adjust door hinges. Adjust tie rods in door. During humid weather, moisture will accumulate on cold surfaces within refrigerator, just as it accumulates on a glass containing iced drink on a hot summer day. This is perfectly normal and is particularly noticeable when the refrigerator door is open frequently. Refer user to Owner's Manual.
Seasonal Control or dip tray in closed position. Open Seasonal Control or position drip tray so more air circulates to pick up moisture.
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Service Operations

To provide safety and to avoid repetition of this caution throughout the service operation, always break the source of electrical supply before attempting to service an electrical component of the refrigerator. Always follow color coding when rewiring or when connecting leads to electrical components. The wiring diagrams show resistance values to assist in diagnosis. Unless otherwise stated, assembly operations are the reverse of disassembly procedures. For rewiring and connecting of leads, refer to the wiring diagrams at the end of this issue or to the wiring diagram on the front of the cabinet. On the FPI-19B-64 the diagram is located behind the side door opening molding. Reseal all originally sealed areas with 5874746 blue permagum.

If service should be required, the person taking the call can help both the customer and the serviceman by requesting pertinent information.

One of the most important items is to have the correct model number.

On these models, this can readily be gained by removing the apron or base panel and reading from the model and serial plate on the left-hand, front foot gusset. On the FPI-19B-64 it is located on the right side of the freezer liner assembly between the baskets. Be sure the complete model number is secured. For

CABINET

UNIT MODEL AND APRON DATA

SERIAL PLATE RETAINERS (2) LABEL

example, FPDS-14T-2, so that the serviceman will have a complete picture in his mind of the product before going on the call.

On the FPD, FPI-14B, FPI-16B and FPI-19B-64, terminal boards, Figure 55, for the junction of electrical leads are located on the right-hand and left-hand sides of the cabinet shell behind the side moldings. This should greatly assist the serviceman in diagnosis of electrical controls and circuits.

A. Lamp and Components-Replacement:

All Conventional Models

Lift off the square plastic shield and replace the bulb with a standard 40 watt appliance bulb.

Deluxe and Imperial Models

1. Remove the lamp shield, Figure 56, by sliding it toward the rear of the liner and lifting it out. Replace the bulb with a standard 40 watt appliance bulb.

2. To replace the lamp shield escutcheon, slide the shield out, remove the two mounting screws and remove the escutcheon.

3. To replace the lamp socket mounting bracket, remove the escutcheon and remove the two mounting screws. The socket is held in place by a hairpin spring.

LINE

RELAY COVER

MOUNTING PLATE

WIRING

DIAGRAM

A170

LEVELING LEGS (2)

DOOR OPENING PEDAL

SUPERHEAT COIL AND MOUNTINGS

APRON STRINGS (2)

APRON

Figure 54

Machine Compartment Detail-Model FPI-16B-64 Illustrated
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. ' s

Figure 56

Interior Lamp and Temperature Control

fry

B 4231 Figure 55

Terminal Board and Wiring Diagrams-"B" Model Frost-Proof

FPD-14B-64, FPI-14B-64, FPI-16B-64 and FPI-19B-64 Models, Round Bulb

Remove the air deflector and lamp shield at the top, rear of the liner by lifting up and out, Figure 57. Replace with a standard 40 watt appliance bulb.

FPI-14T-64, FPI-16B-64 and FPI-19B-64 Models, Tubular Bulb

1. Remove the lamp shield by either pushing it toward the rear of the cabinet or pulling it toward the front and lifting it out. Replace the bulb with a standard 25 watt tubular bulb.

2. To replace the lamp shield bracket, turn the plastic mounting studs 90 in a clockwise direction. Use a 6" blade screwdriver or a small piece of " bar stock.

B. Lamp Socket, Tubular Bulb-Replacement:

The lamp socket can be replaced without pulling the

liner. To accomplish this, proceed as follows:

1. Remove the lamp shield and bulb, Procedure A.

2. Using a sharp pocketknife, cut along the front edge of the socket base, Figure 58, to free the one side of the clip.

3. Swing the front edge of the socket out and, using a pair of long nose pliers, work the retainer clip upward, Figure 59.

4. Remove the socket and clip from the liner.

5. Cut the leads close to the old socket.

6. Splice in the new socket leads, using Marr or solder-less connectors.

7. Insert the retainer clip in the new socket. Attach a string, Figure 60.

8. Install the clip and new socket back into position

TEMPERATURE AIR CONTROL DEFLECTOR

MEAT TENDER OUTLET

FAN AND LIGHT SWITCH

Figure 57

Interior Lamps-Model FPI-1 4B-64 Illustrated
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Figure 58 Lamp Socket Removal-Cutting Socket

in the liner. Pull on the string to pull the clip back into position. Cut off or break the string.

Note: Place a very small amount of liquid detergent in the socket holes for easier sliding of the retainer clip. Basically the same procedure can be applied to the round bulb socket for replacement.

C. Door, Evaporator-Removing:

Models S-JO, D-JO, D-12 and D-14-64

1. Remove the two bottom hinge wing screws.

2. Lift the door down and out to remove.

A 894

Figure 59

Lamp Socket Removal-Retainer Clip Pushed Up

HINGE

SPACER

HAIRPIN RETAINER

HEX FREEZER

Figure 60

Lamp Socket Removal-Installing fiew Socket

DOOR ADJUSTMENT Figure 61

Freezer Door Detail-Model FD-11-64
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RETAINER DOOR

MOUNTING MOUNTING

SCREWS (2) SCREWS (3)

MOUNTING SCREWS (2)

Figure 62 Freezer Door Mounting -FCDM-14-64

Model FD-11-64

1. Remove the hairpin retainer, Figure 61, by using a pair of long nose pliers.

2. Lift up on the door and pull it out at the bottom.

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Loosen the three hinge mounting screws, Figure 62. Note: Do not remove the two retainer mounting screws that secure the retainer behind the liner.

2. To disassemble the door; once removed, remove the screws behind the door seal, the hinge mounting screws and also the latch mounting screws.

D. Door, Evaporator-Adjusting:

Moc/e/s S-JO, D-10, D-12 and D-14-64

The door can be adjusted for alignment by loosening the bottom hinge screws. The roller on the door can be adjusted for tighter tension by loosening the two screws and sliding the roller in or out.

Model FD-11-64

The top and bottom hinges can be adjusted in or out by loosening the three screws on the collar at the top and the three on the bottom, Figure 61. The lower hinge can be adjusted for door alignment by using a o" open end wrench on the hex adjustment. The latch can be

adjusted in or out by loosening two screws on the inside evaporator door panel. The strike can be adjusted by loosening the two mounting screws and sliding it in or out.

Model FCDM-14-64

The evaporator door can be adjusted in or out for proper sealing by loosening the hinge mounting screws. The Meat-Tender door can be adjusted in like manner to align with the evaporator door. Both doors can be adjusted up or down for alignment by loosening the retainer mounting screws in addition to the hinge mounting screws.

Figure 63

Freezer Collar Trim Removal-FCDM-1 4-64

E. Trim, Freezer Collar-Removal:

Model FCDM-14-64

Using a 6583741 plastic frost scraper, engage the edge of the trim, Figure 63, being careful not to catch the edge of the plastic collar. Start near the left-hand side and work toward the right, using the other hand to pull up and out on the trim.

F. Molding, Door Opening-Replacement:

Note: Remove the side molding before removing the top or the bottom molding. Remove the evaporator door strike first to prevent breakage of the side molding.

1. Using both hands, pull out the inside bottom edge of the side molding-the edge next to the liner.

2. After the molding is free at the bottom, move the hands up the molding, a little at a time, and pull the inside edge away from the liner. Slide the molding down to free it from the lip of the top molding.

3. After the side moldings are removed, the top and
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bottom moldings can be removed by pulling either end of the molding away from the liner. In removing the top molding, pull down one corner; for the bottom molding, pull one corner up and free from the liner edge. On the bottom molding, lift up in the center first to break the permagum seal from the bottom of the liner.

4. When replacing the molding, install the top and bottom moldings first. Be sure there is permagum completely across the bottom of the line to prevent water entering from the liner section. Place the outer edge behind the cabinet shell flange. Engage the inner edge by squeezing the molding toward the shell with one hand and bumping the inside edge of the molding with the heel of the other hand, at each tab location, until all tabs are securely fastened under the liner flange. For ease of replacing the side molding, slide the molding under the lip of the upper molding and work downward.

G. Collar, Freezer-Replacement:

Model FD-11-64

1. Remove the molding from the top and sides of the cabinet as described in Procedure F.

2. Remove all screws attaching the collar to the freezer front and to the liner gussets. Pull the collar out.

3. Mount the collar and install the moldings.

Models FD-13T-64 and FDS-13T-2

1. Remove the top molding from the top and sides of the freezer by removing the screws located around the inside of the molding.

2. Pull the molding down in the center to break loose the permagum seal and then down on one corner. Pull out the other side. Remove the drier and transfer the drier to the new molding. Reinstall the molding.

3. The mullion, located across the bottom front edge of the freezer, is made in three sections. If necessary to replace, the top and bottom can be removed separately after removing screws on each side of the top molding. The top and bottom pieces are plastic while the center piece is metal. The condensate drier is taped to the center piece of styrofoam. Access to the connections can be gained by removing the side moldings. Use new electrical connectors.

Note: When installing a service replacement drier, use

5874868 tape for this purpose.

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove the freezer doors, Procedure C.

2. Remove the collar trim, Procedure E.

3. Remove the five screws across the top of the collar, Figure 64.

4. Remove the collar by pulling out at the top and past the two retainer screws on each side. Lift up to disengage the notches in the bottom of the liner.

Model FD-14B-64

This collar is of a new design requiring no screws. Remove the bottom of the center mullion, after removing the retaining screws, and remove the collar by pulling out at the tab locations. Use the plastic frost scraper to help get a start. Remove the sides first and then the bottom. Be sure to reseal the edges with permagum.

Frost-Proof Models

To remove the freezer collar on the Frost-Proof models, refer to Procedure UU.

H. Divider Assembly-Removal:

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove the two inner doors, Procedure C.

2. Remove the collar trim, Procedure E.

3. Remove the freezer collar, Procedure G.

4. Remove all screws around the sides, back and the center of the divider, Figure 64.

5. Raise up on the back and front of the divider, pull straight out, Figure 65, and remove the divider assembly.

J. Condensate Driers-Replacement:

Refer to the article on condensate driers under Construction in the forepart of this manual before proceeding with any replacements.

DIVIDER MOUNTING

SCREWS (13) SCREWS (5)

Figure 64

Divider and Collar Mounting-FCDM-14-64

DUCT MOUNTING SCREWS
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Figure 65

Divider Assembly Removal-FCDM-14-64

Center Mullion Drier

Models FD-13T-64 and FDS-13T-2

Refer to Procedure G, for replacement of the collar drier

or the center mullion drier.

Center Mullion Drier

Models FPD-14T-64, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

1. Remove the right-hand and left-hand side food compartment door opening moldings. Locate the light Blue drier leads in the insulation space. Cut one of the leads approximately four inches from the connector and check with an ohmmeter. If inoperative, proceed.

2. Remove all food, ice trays and cover in the freezer section.

3. Remove the cold storage liner bottom and freezer collar.

4. Remove the center mullion top and bottom plastic pieces. Remove the rear, tapered piece of polystyrene and then the front piece. Remove the old drier.

5. Install the new drier template, Figure 66, with the three leads on the left-hand side. Reinstall the polystyrene pieces removed in Step 4.

6. Reconnect the electrical leads as they were disconnected, using new connectors.

Center Mullion Drier

Models FPD-14B-64, FPI-14B-64, FPI- 16B-64 and FPI-19B-64

1. Follow steps 1, 4, 5 and 6 as outlined for the FPD-

Figure 66

Center Mullion Drier-Models FPD, FPI-14T-64 & FPDS-14T-2

and FPI-14T-64 models. Remove the metal strip from across the bottom front of the liner.

2. Remove the screws on the left-hand side of the collar and pull the collar out sufficiently to gain access to the electrical leads. Take care not to break the plastic.

3. Remove the center styrofoam insulation to gain access to the drier template.

Cabinet Shell Drier

Conventional and Cycla-Matic Models

These models do not have shell driers. However, should moisture condense on the shell under extreme humidities,
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6591107 service drier may be installed to reduce this condition. Follow the general instructions outlined for the FPI-14T.

The FCDM-14-64 does have a shell drier around the top and down both sides about 12-15 inches. This drier can be replaced by removing the sides and top molding for access to the drier.

Cabinet Shell Drier

Models FPD-14T-64, FPI-14T-64, FPDS-I4T-2

1. Remove the left-hand and right-hand side door opening moldings.

2. Locate the light Blue drier lead in the insulation space and check the drier with an ohmmeter. Cut one wire so a false reading will not be made. If inoperative, proceed.

3. Remove all foods, ice trays and the cover in the freezer section.

4. Remove the cold storage liner bottom and freezer collar.

5. Remove the top corner freezer-to-liner gussets.

6. Pull out the insulation around the top of the cabinet shell channel and on both sides to gain access to the drier. Remove the old drier by cutting the leads approximately 4 inches from the connectors. In some instances the side liner-to-shell supports should be removed.

7. Locate the center of the shell drier template and start assembly at the top, center of the shell. Use small balls of 5874868 permagum and/or 5874868 tape to fasten the drier to the shell. Replace the insulation. Note: To gain maximum benefit from the drier, the wires and not the aluminum foil should contact the metal shell completely around the perimeter of the cabinet.

8. Reconnect the leads, using new connectors.

Models FPD-14B-64, FPI-14B-64 and FD-14B-64

This drier is located around the perimeter of the cabinet shell approximately one inch back from the front edge. It is mounted to two templates-one has one loop, two passes, while the other has two loops, four passes. The template with two passes is located on the doop opening side while the one with four passes is located on the hinge side. Use 5874868 tape and/or 5874746 permagum rolled into small balls approximately the size of a quarter for locating the drier.

To Replace

1. Remove all door opening moldings and freezer collar and locate the light Blue drier leads. Cut one wire so a false reading will not be made and check with an ohmmeter. If inoperative, proceed.

2. Remove food, baskets, etc., from the freezer section and remove the freezer bottom plate. Remove the freezer collar.

3. Pull out the insulation to gain access to the drier template. Remove the old drier by cutting the leads approximately four inches from its connectors.

Note: Upon reassembly, the drier leads should be in contact with the cabinet shell and not the aluminum foil template. Be sure the drier is positioned properly.

Door Drier

Frost-Proof Models

Should one of these driers become inoperative, it is not practical to replace it due to the fact that it is foamed in place. It is suggested that the door be removed and the inside panel be taken off. Leave the inoperative drier in place and install a 7513756 service drier adjacent to the turned over flange of the outside door panel. The above drier may have a tag on it which rates the drier at 4 watts-67 volts. It can safely be used on 115 volts with a resultant wattage of 12-14 watts. The resistance value per foot is such that either voltage can be safely applied and obtain these different wattages.

I⅜ 42 70
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BRACKET

SCREW KNOB

REFLECTOR-ESCUTCHEON \

LINER

SWITCH

B 3911

Figure 68

Thermostat Switch Mounting Detail-Conventional Models Illustrated

K. Switch, Thermostatic-Adjusting:

The importance of diagnosing the problem thoroughly before an adjustment of a thermostatic switch is made cannot be emphasized too strongly. First, read the article on Temperature Controls in the forepart of this manual before attempting to make an adjustment. A summary of a few items to consider is as follows:

• Know the product-complete knowledge of how the product functions is necessary.

• Check the doors for proper seal.

• Low or high ambients, room temperatures, affect the running time of the product.

• Excessive usage relative to heavy loads and/or door openings.

• Position of the drip tray and humidity control baffle, where applicable.

• Record food product temperatures and not air temperatures or evaporator skin temperatures.

• Place a reasonable load on the product-particularly in the freezer compartment for "ballast" effect.

• Don't place too much emphasis on switch settings but more on food product temperatures.

• If instruments are used to check the calibration of a switch, allow sufficient time for them to ensure the accuracy of the readings.

The cutin and cutout points are independently adjustable, Figure 67. Turning the adjusting screws clockwise gives the switch a colder setting and turning counterclockwise gives a warmer setting.

When the Temperature Control knob is turned, both the cutin and cutout settings change. On conventional models the food compartment as well as freezer temperatures are affected to a greater degree than would be the case on Cycla-Matic or Frost-Proof models.

The switch shaft, hex head has a small hole drilled in it, Figure 68. The plastic knob has a small pin molded on it which aligns with the hole in the switch shaft. This

automatically aligns the knob with the switch to prevent internal damage to the switch when turned to the OFF or No. 3 position. Of course, the correct knob must be used or alignment and settings will be incorrect with resultant internal damage to the switch.

All Frost-Proof Models

It is recommended that diagnosis of the F-3D control be made on the basis of freezer product temperatures. Package temperature should be between 0° and -f 6° F. The settings of this switch on No. 1 setting is -4° F. cutout and -)■■ 9° F. cutin.

No altitude adjustment is necessary up to 5000 ft. other than turning the Temperature Control to A position. Above this, compensation can be obtained by turning the control to a still warmer setting. There are only one or two areas that exceed 5000 ft. and they are aware of the necessary adjustments to be made.

Figure 69

Temperature Control and Fan Cycling Switch Bulb Mounting-Model FPI-19B-64

FAN CYCLING SWITCH BULB AND CLAMP

ESCUTCHEON

F-3D SWITCH

AIR DISCHARGE DUCT
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L. Switch, Fan Cycling-Adjusting:

Model FPI- 19B-64

The fan cycling switch, Figure 69, prevents freezing temperatures in the food compartment by controlling the running time of the food compartment blower motor. It is connected in series with the motor winding and if temperatures drop, the switch opens. The fan cycling switch can be adjusted as follows:

The bracket that mounts the switch has graduations on it. The small hole in the ⅝" hex shaft is used as a pointer. Factory setting has this hole in line with the center mark of the mounting bracket. For field adjustment turn the ⅜" hex shaft one graduation for each 1 ° F. change. Turn clockwise for colder and counterclockwise for warmer.

For altitude adjustment of this control turn the ⅝" hex shaft counterclockwise one graduation for each

2,000 ft. elevation.

M. Switch, Thermostatic-Replacement: Conventional and Cycla-Matic Models

1. Remove the screw and knob. Pull the reflector-escutcheon straight off.

"'⅜thT⅞i⅛ir⅜'

B 4271

Figure 70

Thermostat Switch Mounting-FPI-1 9B-64 Illustrated

2. Insert a small, flat bladed screwdriver between the liner opening and the stainless steel bracket, Figure 70, and pry lightly until the bracket snaps out. Repeat for the other side.

3. The bracket can then be removed from the switch by releasing the tabs that engage the slots of the switch housing.

4. Disconnect the leads and remove the grommet where the thermoline goes through the liner.

5. Disconnect the thermostat bulb clamp from the freezer or Refrig-o-Plate after the baffle is removed and remove the switch from the cabinet.

Note: Attach a cord to the old switch bulb before pulling the switch tube out of the liner. This cord can then be used to pull the new switch tube to the bulb mount-

ing location. A little soap on the rubber grommet aids in its reassembly.

On conventional models, remove the side molding to free the tube from its location on the right-hand side of the freezer. On Cycla-Matic models, the bulb is located on the front of the Refrig-o-Plate.

On the FD-14B-64 there are two serpentines on the original switch mounted at different locations on the Refrig-o-Plate, Figure 71. The one in the upper corner of the plate is the controlling point for cutoff. The one in the lower right corner is to ensure complete defrosting on the OFF cycle.

The service replacement will have one serpentine on it. It will be necessary to cut the thermoline plastic sleeve with a pocketknife, being careful not to score the thermoline, at the top, left bulb mounting. Form a 2½" to 3" loop in the thermoline to form another serpentine at this location. Install the bulb clamp over it and slide the plastic sleeving down to the bulb clamp.

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove the left-hand side molding.

2. Repeat foregoing steps 1, 2 and 3.

3. Remove the Meat Tender and remove the two screws that secure the intake duct.

4. Remove both bulb mounting clamps and pull out the switch.

BULB REFRIG-O-PLATE

MOUNTING

Figure 71

Refrig-o-Plate, Thermostat and Blower Detail-FD-14B-64

GROMMET

BLOWER

COVER
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5. Use the standard 6580900 production replacement switch, (- 1 to 37.5) and thread the thermoline through the liner opening, down the left side and behind the Meat Tender shelf. Install the spacer, bulb, clamp and screw, Figure 72.

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Figure 73

Switch Bulb Location-FPD- FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

Note: This second clamp and bulb is necessary to prevent frost back.

6. Slide the remainder of the plastic sleeve to this second clamp. Form a loop over the refrigerated pass between the two bulb clamps to ensure the thermoline does not touch the coil.

Frost-Proof Models

On the FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2, the freezer collar must be removed to gain access to the thermoline. The thermoline is inserted into a " tube on top of the freezer liner assembly, Figure 73. The new switch thermoline should be inserted to the purple paint marking on the thermoline.

On the FPD-14B and FPI-14B-64, the top of the center mullion must be removed to gain access to the

CUTOUT CUTIN

ADJUSTMENT ADJUSTMENT SWITCH THERMOLINE

Figure 74

F3D Switch Mounting Detail-Models FP1-16B, 19B-64

SWITCH

B 3289

" THERMOLINE TUBE

FREEZER LINER ASSEMBLY
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thermoline. The thermoline is also inserted into a ¼" tube on top of the freezer liner assembly, Figure 139. The new switch thermoline should be inserted to the Red paint marking on the thermoline.

On the FPI-16B and 19B-64 models, the F3D switch, Figure 74, is mounted at the top, rear liner wall. The switch is mounted the same as for the FPD-14B and FPI-14B-64. The thermoline of the FPI-16B-64 replacement switch is inserted in the ⅛" tube to the Red mark on the thermoline which is 42½" from the end. On the FPI-19B-64, insert the thermoline to the purple mark which is 46¾6" from the end.

N. Control, Food Compartment Temperature-Ad justing:

Frost-Proof Models Except FPI-19B-64

Before attempting to adjust or replace the air flow control, study its function as outlined in the forepart of this manual under Food Compartment Refrigeration. This control is subject to altitude adjustments above

2,000 ft. For practical purposes, Dayton, Ohio is 1,000 feet above sea level so the control setting at the factory would be for this altitude.

Refer to Figure 81 and the accompanying table in order to make a proper adjustment of the control. Loosen the two adjustment screws and lock washers and shift the actuator away from the butterfly valve as follows:

Altitude (ft.) No. of Marks
2,000 1
3,000 2
4,000 3
5,000 4
6,000 5
7,000 6

Align the top of the actuator mounting ears with the correct calibration mark on both sides and tighten the lock screws. On the FPD and FPI-14B-64 models, swing the control out, Figure 78, to gain access to the adjusting screws.

Caution: Do not attempt to adjust the knurled plastic wheel which is the calibration adjustment for factory use only.

The bellows of this control is charged with R-142B. Individual parts will not be supplied; the complete assembly must be replaced should it become discharged. Field adjustment is permitted but the serviceman should have a thorough understanding of its function and not arbitrarily try to adjust.

If the food compartment temperature is too warm, check for any obstruction of the passage from the freezer to the food compartment. Also check for proper sealing around the housing. If cold air comes in contact with the bellows, the controlling point would be at the bellows and not at the bulb. Note that there is no insulation between the bellows and the back of the cabinet shell on the 14T models. This is in the design to have just heat loss at this point for proper performance of the bellows. On the FPD and FPI-14B-64 models, be sure the bulb

spacer is installed between the liner and the bulb.

The fan motor in the freezer section may not be running. This would affect freezer temperatures as well. Check the fan and lamp switch. Remember when the food compartment door is opened, the fan motor stops.

If the food compartment is too cold, adjustment is made the same as for altitude. This control is factory set to close at a minimum of 34° in the food compartment. One mark adjustment of the actuator changes the temperature approximately 1° F.

In other words, factory settings allow the control damper to close off any air from the freezer section when the temperature reaches 34° at the control bulb.

No other adjustments are permitted other than those outlined in the foregoing.

TABLE III

Discharge Velocities-Coil Clear

MODEL

FPI-14T-64

1. Freezer Discharge---------------

2. Meat Tender Deflector-Top-------

3. Meat Tender Deflector-Center.

4. Meat Tender Deflector-Bottom.

FPI-14B-64

1. Freezer Discharge____________________

2. Meat Tender Deflector-Top____________

3. Meat Tender Deflector-Bottom_________

4. Food Compartment Discharge-Left------

5. Food Compartment Discharge-Center.

6. Food Compartment Discharge-Right_____

FPI-1 6B-64

1. Freezer Discharge-Top Middle-------

2. Meat Tender Discharge--------------

3. Top Food Compartment Discharge-

Deflector Removed-Left------------

4. Top Food Compartment Discharge-

Deflector Removed-Middle----------

5. Top Food Compartment Discharge-

Deflector Removed - Right_________

FPI-19B-64

1. Freezer Discharge-Left Side of Grille..

2. Freezer Discharge-Right Side of Grille_

3. Meat Tender Discharge--------------

4. Top Food Compartment Discharge-

Deflector Removed-Left________________

5. Top Food Compartment Discharge-

Deflector Removed-Middle______________

6. Top Food Compartment Discharge-

Deflector Removed - Right_____________

FPM

800-1000 350 500 700- 800

1150 650 400 500 370 300

1400

380

400

400

300

350

550

370

400

400

300

Air flow can be checked by using a 12228 air velocity indicator. Using Table III as a reference guide, proper air flow through the coil and ducts can be determined. These readings were taken with a cold product, a clear coil and, on the "B" models, with the discharge deflector in the food compartment removed.

O. Control, Food Compartment Air Flow- Replacement:

Models FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

1. Remove the screws securing the discharge grille.

2. Using a small, flat-bladed screwdriver, unsnap the
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RUBBER HOSE INSULATION CONNECTION

Figure 75

Food Compartment Air Flow Control Bulb Location- Models FPD, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

B 3941

AIR FLOW CONTROL

Figure 77

Air Flow Control Mounting-FPD, FPI-14B-64

control bulb mounting bracket, Figure 75, and remove the screw and bulb clamp. Remove the grommet from the liner.

Remove the housing mounting screws, Figure 76.

A16S:i

Figure 76

Food Compartment Air Flow Control-Models FPD,

FPI-1 4T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

Remove the assembly and pull out the thermoline. Tie a heavy string to the thermoline to aid in pulling the new control bulb through.

4. Form the thermoline and replace the thermoline insulator in the same location as the one removed. Reseal all areas.

Models FPD and FPI-14B-64:

These models have the air flow control mounted with rubber hose as shown in Figure 77.

1. Remove the cover plate, styrofoam insulation covering the conteol, and the bulb mounting clamp, Fig. 78.

2. Use a finger or small flat bladed screwdriver and remove the top rubber hose by pulling up and off the plastic housing cylinder. Tilt the control assembly and pull the control out of the lower rubber hose.

Figure 78

Access to Adjustments-FPD, FPI-1 4B-64

3. Remove the two rubber hoses from the ducts. Install them on each end of the new control cylinder and roll up the ends as shown in Figure 79.

4. Tilt the control and install it in the opening. Align

Figure 79

Installing Air Flow Control-FPD, FPI-14B-64

B 3940

A 1862
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P. Apron-Removal:

On all 24" and 30" Wide Cabinets and 32" Wide FDS-13T-2 and FPDS-14T-2 cabinets. Grasp the top of the apron on each end, pull out and remove the apron.

On all 32" Wide Cabinets except the FDS-13T and

Figure 82

Air Flow Control Removed-FPI-1 6B-64

the control with the duct. Hold the control steady with the left hand and, using the index finger, roll up the rubber hose onto the top air duct. Roll the bottom hose off onto the lower duct in the same manner.

5. Reinstall the insulation and cover.

Model FPI-16B-64:

1. Remove the bulb clamp and screw, Figure 80.

2. Remove the cover and insulation, Figure 81.

3. Remove the four screws that mount the control to the air duct and remove control, Figure 82.

Figure 80

Air Flow Control Bulb Location-FPI-1 6B-64

THERMOLINE INSULATION COVER SPACER CLAMP

AND SCREW

MOUNTING

SCREWS

OUTLET MEAT TENDER

FOOD COMPARTMENT ALTITUDE

AIR RETURN GRILLE ADJUSTMENT SCREWS

RUBBER ACTUATOR SEAL

Figure 81

Air Flow Control Mounting-FPI-1 6B-64
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RELAY AND CAPACITOR MOUNTING BRACKET

RELAY MOUNTING NUTS

RELAY

CAPACITOR CAPACITOR BRACKET

GROMMET

Figure 83 Apron Removal

FPDS-14T-2. Grasp the apron at the bottom, Figure 83, and pull out. Slide the apron to the left and lift up and off the apron retainers.

To replace, start at the right-hand side and slide the apron around the hinge butt; position the apron top into the nylon retainers and push in at the bottom. Be sure the hole in the apron lines up with the door opening pedal arm on models so equipped.

The nylon apron retainers are adjustable. Simply loosen the screws and slide them up or down for the desired tightness of the apron. Should one of the springs, Figure 54, break off, it is not necessary to replace the entire apron. Use a ⅝z" drill and drill out the rivet. Use a 6-32 pan head screw, ¾" long, and install the new spring, placing the nut on the bottom of the apron for

Figure 84 Relay Removal

clearance of the tubular frame.

Q. Relay-Replacement:

All Models But FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the base panel.

2. Remove the screws, Figure 54, that secure the relay bracket to the right-hand, bottom corner of the cabinet.

3. Pull out the relay bracket assembly, Figure 84, remove the relay mounting nuts and disconnect the leads. It may be easier in some cases if the capacitor is removed from its bracket before removal of the relay.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the base grille.

2. Remove the nuts, cover plate and insulator, Figure 85, and remove the relay.

FREEZER DOOR SPRING

FREEZER DOOR ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

RELAY

DRAIN TRAP

INSULATION

UNIT FRAME

DEFROST TIMER

FAN AND LAMP SWITCH
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TIMER BRACKET MOUNTING SCREWS

RELAY BRACKET SCREW

B 4236

Figure 86

Relay and Timer Mounting-FPI-19B-64

SEAL MOUNTING SCREWS

Figure 88 Upper Hinge Detail-All Models

R. Capacitor-Replacement

The capacitor and relay are mounted to the same bracket. To replace, follow Procedure Q and replace only the capacitor on all models except the FPI-19B-64.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the relay bracket by removing the screw, Figure 86.

2. Unsnap the capacitor from its mounting bracket, Figure 87.

S. Door, Outside-Removal:

All Single Food Compartment Doors

1. With the door closed, loosen the one screw on the left and remove the other screw, Figure 88, that mounts the hinge butt to the top of the cabinet.

2. Remove the door by swinging it out and disengaging the hinge pin from the hinge butt. Lift the door up and off the lower hinge butt. See Figure 89 for door hinge detail.

Freezer Door

Top Freezer Models

1. Remove the access cap for the electrical leads, Figure

FAN AND LAMP SWITCH TIMER MOTOR CAPACITOR

CABINET

TRIM

HINGE BUTT MOUNTING SCREWS

HINGE NYLON BUTT . BUSHING

DOOR HINGE WING

HINGE WING HINGE PIN
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B 4239

Figure Exploded View-

90, in the top of the food compartment door on the hinge side. Pull the leads out and cut the leads for the freezer door condensate drier.

2. Remove some insulation from the end of the leads and tie a string or wire to these leads so they can be pulled back through the hinge butt.

3. With the door closed, loosen the one screw on the left hand side and remove the other screw, Figure 88, that mounts the hinge butt to the top of the cabinet.

4. Remove the door by swinging it out and disengaging the hinge pin from the hinge butt. Lift the door up and off the lower hinge butt.

Food Compartment Door Bottom Freezer Models

The removal of this door assembly is the same as outlined in the foregoing for the freezer door except that the access cap and electrical leads are at the bottom of the food door on the hinge side. On the FPI-16B and 19B-64 models, the right-hand side molding must be removed. Disconnect the food compartment door leads. Attach a string or wire to them and pull the leads out.

Use the string or wire to pull the leads back through.

Freezer Door

All Bottom Freezer Models Except the FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the bottom access panel, Figure 90, and the electrical lead trim.

89

■Door Hinges

ELECTRICAL LEADS

Figure 90

Door Hinge and Electrical Lead Detail-FPI-14B-64 Illustrated
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AND PIN BRACKET

LEAD CONNECTOR

Figure 91 Freezer Door Detail-FPI-19B-64

2. Disconnect the electrical leads here as well as from the food door. Attach a string or wire to the leads for assembly.

3. Remove the bottom hinge wing screws and remove the door.

4. Remove the two top wing mounting screws and the gulmite screw to remove the door guard.

Note: There is an alternate way which may be easier as far as the electrical leads are concerned. Follow Steps as outlined above, except do not cut the electrical leads in the bottom of the food door. Follow Step 4 and pull out enough wire at the top of the freezer door and cut them off. Upon reassembly, connect the wires together and push the connectors down into the foamed door assembly. The connectors and leads in the food door are not touched.

Freezer Door

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Open the freezer door and install the two 14031 "

processing pins, Figure 91, in the hinge pivot arm. Freezer Do0r Hinge-FPl-i9B-64
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Figure 93

Hinge Cover Plate Removal-FDS-1 3T-2 & FPDS-14T-2

2. Remove the door stop cable and bracket from both sides of the inside door panel by removing the C washer and pin.

3. Remove the trim that covers the electrical leads on the hinge and disconnect the electrical lead connector.

4. Remove the inside hinge screw first and then the two outside screws, Figure 92. Remove the door.

Food Door

Top Freezer Models

The food door is removed the same as the freezer door on the B models as outlined above. The difference being that the access cap and electrical leads are located in the top of the food door.

Models FDS-13T-2 and FPDS-14T-2 Both Doors

These models have the doors constructed similar to 1962 models. The doors have trim caps, Figure 93, covering the electrical connections, Figure 94.

The removal of the door is outlined as follows:

1. Close the door.

2. Loosen the one screw on the left and remove the other screw, Figure 88, that mounts the hinge butt to the top of the cabinet.

3. Remove the door by swinging it out and disengaging the hinge pin from the hinge butt. Lift the door up and off the lower hinge butt.

Note: On models that have electrical leads within the door, the hinge trim cap must be removed and the leads disconnected.

Note: On these models, remove the hinge wing mounting screws on the center hinge to remove the lower door.

T. Door, Outside-Adjusting:

The magnetic seal on all four sides will conform to surface variations and will require little, if any, adjustment. Before proceeding with a door adjustment, be sure the cabinet is properly leveled. Unlevel floors may twist the cabinet, tending to move it away from the upper or lower handle side corner of the door. Moving the cabinet by means of the handle likewise can twist the door or cause the hinge to slip. Tie rods tightened more than finger tight tend to bow the door. Evaluation of these factors will help determine the adjustment necessary, if any.

The door can be adjusted at the top by loosening the hinge wing screws and adjusting it from side to side.

The bottom of the door can be adjusted in the same manner by loosening the screws on the lower hinge wing.

Tie rods are incorporated in all food compartment doors and can be adjusted to bring the door parallel to the cabinet face. The tie rods can be adjusted externally on all models. Remove the access cap from the bottom of the door and insert a cross-recess screwdriver, Figure 95, into the head of the tie rod. Plug the hole with perma-gum again after adjustment. Replace the cap.

Caution: Do not tighten too tight.

The freezer door on the FPI-19B-64 can be adjusted sideways for alignment by loosening the three " bolts, Figure 100, on the bottom of the door which secure the hinge wings. Tension of the springs can be lessened or increased by adjusting the threaded ferrule on the back of the cabinet, Figure 156.

U. Trim, Cabinet Shell-Replacement:

Deluxe Models

The cabinet trim on these models is held in place by friction fit over the extended edge of the cabinet shell and can be readily removed by pulling the trim straight out and rolling it off the edge. To prevent damaging the trim, do not pull too rapidly, as it may hold more firmly at one point than at another.

It is not necessary to remove the doors to remove the hinge side trim. Once the trim is loosened, it can be slid straight up free of the cabinet.

The handle side trim consists of the vertical side trim and the top corner. The corner overlaps the top trim. The top trim consists of the top edge trim and the hinge side corner piece. The top, hinge side corner of the trim overlaps the hinge side trim. The hinge side is simply one piece and the top slips under the corner cap which is part of the top trim.

Imperial Models

The trim for these models snaps in place over the extended edge of the cabinet shell and is held in place
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UPPER DOOR DRIER LEADS

BUTTER CONDITIONER SUPPLY LEADS

COVER PLATE RETAINERS AND SCREWS

HINGE WING HINGE BUSHING HINGE BUTT

HINGE BUSHING HINGE WING

Figure 94

Hinge and Trim Detail-Model FPDS-14T-2 Illustrated
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DOOR TRIM

DOOR

Figure 95 Tie Rod Adjustment

by plastic retainers, Figure 96. To remove the trim, use a block of wood and a mallet and strike the trim on the rear edge toward the front. The trim will raise away from the cabinet shell and will free the wedge type

TRIM

CABINET SHELL

Figure 96

Cross Section-Cabinet Shell and Trim

retainers beneath the trim. Remove the trim and save the retainers for reinstallation. Check and mark the location of these retainers before striking the trim for removal.

The vertical side trims incorporate the corner trims; the top trim fits under these comer pieces. In replacing the trims, place the trim in position over the shell edge and push the plastic retainers in behind the trim and the cabinet shell flange.

Trim, Food Door-Replacement:

In replacing the colored trim on the raised vertical band of the door, it is suggested the door be removed first. Lay the door on a pad on the floor or table and remove all door seal retainer screws. Remove the inside door panel. Remove the nut and sealers that secure the trim to the door panel.

The FPI-16B and 19B-64 food doors as well as all freezer doors on Frost-Proof models are foamed. Sections of the Frigi-Foam must be cut out at the locations of the nut and sealers to gain access to them. Use the new trim as a template to locate these nut and sealers.

The FPI-19B-64 has a different trim on each side of both doors. To replace the trim on the food door, the procedure above should be followed because the handle must be removed first. To replace the freezer door edge trim:

1. Remove the top, left door guard mounting screw, trim cap and screw.
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FRIGI-FOAM INSULATION

B 4243

HANDLE MOUNTING SCREWS

Figure 98

Food Door Handle Mounting-FPI-1 9B-64

2. Remove the left handle mounting screw and loosen the other one.

3. Lift up and pull the door edge trim out, Figure 97.

V. Handle, Door-Removal:

All Models except Foamed Doors

1. Remove the seal retainer screws from the latch side and across the top and bottom of the door.

2. Using a short cross-recess screwdriver, push the insulation back and remove the screws from the handle.

3. On models with trim, the trim must be removed. See Foamed Doors, Procedure U.

Foamed Doors

Follow Procedure U and remove the trim retainers sufficiently to remove the handle. On the FPI-19B-64 food door, the handle screws, Figure 98, can be removed after the inside door panel has been removed. Freezer door handles on other models can be replaced after the inside door panel has been removed, Procedure X.

On the FPI-19B-64 Freezer door, the handle can be removed by removing the two gulmite screws on the top and the two slotted head screws on the underneath side. See Figures 99 and 100.

W. Seal, Door-Replacement:

In some instances it may be easier to remove the door assembly and lay it on a padded table or rug. Remember to disconnect the electrical leads, if any, before starting door removal. It is simpler, however, to loosen all the screws and retainers around the door panel and pull off the seal without removing the door. To replace, insert the mounting lip under the retainers. Start at the top and work down each side. Do not tighten the screws until the door is aligned for proper seal.

X. Panel, Inside Food Compartment Door- Replacement:

1. Remove all door shelves.

2. Remove all door seal retainer screws and remove retainers and seal as an assembly.

3. Remove the inside door panel. Transfer all parts to the new panel.

4. Upon reassembly, do not tighten the retainer screws until proper alignment of the door is maintained.
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DOOR EDGE TRIM HANDLE MOUNTING SCREW HANDLE

ELECTRICAL LEAD HINGE WING HINGE WING BOLTS

Figure 100 Freezer Door Removed-FPI-1 9B-64

Note: Some of the replacement panels will not have the holes in the hinge side of the panel for access to the electrical leads. These holes are primarily for production purposes and are not necessary for an inside door panel replacement. The same panel can be used for right-hand or left-hand cabinets.

Partially formed inside door panels are available for replacement on foamed freezer doors. Therefore, do not replace the entire freezer door assembly should the inside panel only need replacing. Complete instructions accompany each panel.

It is recommended that the foamed door assembly on Frost-Proof models be removed from the product during a panel replacement.

Frost-Proof Models

It is recommended that, where the door is insulated with Frigi-Foam insulation, the panel be replaced instead of replacing the entire door. This can be accomplished by removing the inside door panel, and placing it on a rug or cloth for protection of the painted surfaces. Disconnect the electrical leads as necessary. The door seal and retainers must then be removed.

1. Use a flat bladed screwdriver with plastic tape wrapped around the end to protect the painted surface and follow around the edge of the door to break the bond between the inner and outer panels.

Figure 101 Prying Off Inside Panel
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Figure 103 Filling Insulation Voids

2. Pry up on all four corners, Figure 101, breaking the foam loose. Finish separating the panels, using one hand to pull on the inside panel while the other hand holds the outside panel stationary.

3. Note how the replacement inner panel is foamed. Some Frigi-Foam will adhere to the old panel. Use a large knife or coarse toothed hacksaw blade and trim off these large portions of insulation, Figure 102. Place these pieces in the relative position of the foamed door where voids were created, Figure 103.

4. In some instances, depending on the model, the insulation will have to be shaved from the foamed door, Figure 104, to match the replacement panel. The replacement panel should fit evenly without voids being present.

5. Transfer any parts not supplied from the old panel to the new and reassemble the door. Reinstall the door to the product and check for proper seal.

Y. Plate, Name-Replacement:

1. Remove the inside door panel and remove the door seal, Procedure W.

2. Pull the insulation out at the top to gain access to the speed nuts and sealers. Turn the speed nuts counterclockwise and remove them with 12962 tool.

3. Replace the nameplate and reassemble the door. Check for proper seal. On foamed door assemblies, replace the nameplate as outlined for replacement of

the door trim, Procedure U.

Figure 104

Trimming Excess Insulation from Outside Panel
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DEFROST TIMER AND

PUSH TIMER SHAFT MOUNTING rPR|NG DRAIN PAN ROD FOR SETTING BRACKET

GUIDE

A1687

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Figure 106 Defrost Timer Removed

Figure 105

Door Opening Pedal and Defrost Timer-FPI-1 4B, 16B-64

Z. Guard, Door-Removal:

Models FDS-13T-2 and FPDS-14T-2

On these two door models, the guards are removable from the outside by removing the four mounting screws.

All Other Models

These are die cast pieces and the doors must be removed first. Refer to Procedure S, Outside Door Removal.

To replace the door guard on the top freezer door,

remove the door completely and then remove the guard by removing one gulmite screw.

To replace the door guard on the food compartment door of T models, remove the freezer door as above.

Remove the two top hinge wing screws, remove the gulmite screw and pull the door out slightly. Hold the bottom of the door or use a block until the door guard is removed and replaced.

To replace the food compartment door guard on B models, remove the door completely after disconnecting the electrical leads. These leads go through the guard.

After the door is removed, the guard is easily replaced.

Be sure to remove a little insulation from the leads,

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RED x'N

GREEN ⅜V* BLACK w

BROWN WHITE 'S/A

TIMER

'-TERMINAL 2965944

L-TERMINAL BLOCK 2977495
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twist them together and tie with a string to pull them back through the hinge butt.

To replace the door guard on the freezer door of B models, refer to Procedure S. On the FPI-19B-64, refer to Procedure V on Door Handle Removal.

AA. Pedal, Door Opening-Removal

1. Remove the apron.

2. Remove the return spring, Figure 105.

3. Remove the mounting screw and pull out the push rod assembly. The pedal comes off at the same time.

BB. Timer, Defrost-Removal All Models except FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the apron and the drain pan.

2. Remove the two bracket mounting screws and remove the timer assembly, Figure 106.

3. Remove the mounting bracket by removing the three screws, Figure 105.

4. Disconnect the terminal block by pulling it straight off.

Note: A terminal block connector, Figure 107, is used to ensure better connections and to prevent terminals from being accidentally pulled off. Should it be necessary to replace the block or one of the terminals, this can be done by placing a small, flat screwdriver into the end of the terminal block, spreading the terminal flange and removing the terminal and lead.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the two timer bracket mounting screws, Figure 86, and swing the timer and insulation to the

left, being careful not to damage the insulation. Push nuts hold the insulation to the timer bracket and can be removed by prying out.

2. Remove the timer from the mounting bracket.

3. Disconnect the terminal block in the same manner as described for the FPI-19B-64.

CC. Switch, Fan Motor and Lamp Switch- Removal

All Frost-Proof Models except FPI-19B-64

1. Use a small screwdriver or knife blade and pry outward at the top. Use care not to mar the plastic side molding. Remove the switch, Figure 108,

2. Transfer the switch leads to the replacement switch, one at a time, to prevent error in wiring.

To test this switch, jumper across from the White terminal to the Orange lead. The light should light. Jumper across the White and Black terminals and the fan should run.

Figure 109 Freezer Fan and Lamp Switch-FPI-1 9B-64

Model FPI-19B-64

The fan and lamp switch for the food compartment is basically the same as described above except there is a fan cycling thermostat switch also connected in series with the fan switch.

On this model there is another fan and lamp switch, Figure 109, located in the machine compartment. This controls the freezer blower motor and freezer lamp. To replace this fan and lamp switch, the freezer door need not be removed.

1. Remove the apron and disconnect the leads to the switch.

2. Open the freezer door and place the process pins in the holes of the hinge pivot arms.

3. Remove the freezer basket, reach in between the freezer inside door panel and the cabinet horizontal

Fan Motor and Lamp Switch-Frost-Proof Models panel and Snap out the Switch from its bracket.

PROCESS PIN FREEZER FAN AND LAMP SWITCH
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MOUNTING COMPARTMENT RIVETS

INSIDE DOOR PANEL

/

DOOR

HEATER AND TEMPLATE

Figure 111

, Butter Control Assembly-FCDM-14-64 and Imperial Models

ELASTIC

CONTROL

Figure 110 Butter Compartment-Deluxe Models

DD. Butter Compartment-Replacement and Adjustment:

Deluxe Models

The butter compartment, Figure 110, can be replaced without removing the inside panel.

1. Punch out the center pin of the plastic mounting rivets which are located in the top and back of the compartment. These pins can be retrieved from the insulation and reused in reassembly.

2. Remove the rivets and the butter compartment.

Control, Butter-Replacement:

Model FCDM-14-63 and Imperial Models

Review the operation of this control and heater in the forepart of this issue under Butter Storage. The control and heater assembly will be replaced as an assembly.

1. Remove the knob by pulling it off.

2. The escutcheon and switch is held on by the switch mounting nut.

3. Remove the inside door panel and seal or remove the seal retainer screws from the top, bottom and door opening side and pull out the panel far enough to gain access to the heater and control assembly. Be careful not to put a strain on the panel as it may crack.

4. Remove the insulation from around the heater and remove the control and heater assembly. Cut the lead wires at least three inches from the assembly.

5. Reinstall the new assembly, placing the elastic portion of the heater template in the bottom corner opposite from the switch, Figure 111. Install insulation in the "draws" of the inside door panel.

6. Connect the leads, using new solderless or Marr connectors.

Figure 11 2 Utility Door Removal

EE. Doors, Butter and Utility Compartment-

Removal:

Models FPI-14B, 16B and 19B-64

1.Use a sharp pointed awl and place it in the groove on the underneath side of the door, Figure 112, against the rod and push to the right to disengage the rod on the left side of the panel.

2. Pull off the utility door, being careful not to lose the small spring inside.

3. To remove the butter door, the utility door must be removed first. Then simply pull out the other rod.

Model FPI-14T-64

1. Remove the two screws and cover plate, Figure 113.

2. Remove the spring from the top hinge of the door, Figure 114. Turn the bottom loop of the spring to align with the slot on the bottom insert.

3. Remove the two shoulder screws at the top and bottom of the hinges and remove the inserts and door.

Note: When reinstalling the spring, install the lower loop first and twist the spring approximately 180 for proper retention when the door is closed.

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Figure 113

Exploded View-Butter and Utility Door-Model FPI-1 4T-64

Figure 114 Butter and Utility Door-Model FPI-14T-64

FF. Compartment, Ice-Server-Removal:

Model FD-14B and FPD-14B-64

Grasp both ends of the wire compartment and spring them in slightly to disengage them from the holes in the inside door panel.

Models FPI-14B and FPI-16B- 64

Remove the two screws at the top, on each side, drop the compartment down, Figure 115, and lift it out of the slots.

GG Baskets, Freezer Shelf-Removal:

Models FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

The freezer shelf front is not removable from the plastic retainers. Refer to Figure 116 and the procedure below for removing either the shelf or retainers on each end.

1. Drill out t⅛e plastic rivet heads of the front rivets securing the retainers to the inside panel. Only one retainer need be removed to remove the shelf front.

2. Punch out the remaining rivet pins which secure the retainer and remove the retainer.

Caution: Do not punch out the front rivets because the pin will go through the bottom of the inner door panel. Order new 7518872 rivets when replacing the front or retainers.

HH. Juice Can Shelves-Removal:

Model FPI-16B-64

These shelves, Figure 117, flip up to prevent interference from the roll out baskets if the door swing is restricted due to a wall, etc. The rods can be sprung

PLATE FOR DOOR OPENING PEDAL

Figure 1 1 5

Ice Server Compartment-Partially Removed
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SHELF DRILL OUT

RETAINER THIS RIVET

PUNCH OUT SHELF

THESE PINS FRONT

Figure 11 6 Freezer Shelf Mounting Brackets-FPD,

FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

slightly to remove. The retainers are held to the inner door by push rivets and therefore are removable. Push the pins through and use a pair of long nose pliers to retrieve them from the insulation.

JJ. Food Compartment Liner-Removal

Liner removal for Conventional and Cyclamatic models is basically the same. The evaporator must be removed and placed on the floor in front of the cabinet. The general procedure otherwise is comparable to one of the procedures that follow.

Note: Since all plastic shelf pegs must be transferred to the replacement liner, it is suggested that they be removed prior to the removal of the liner to prevent tearing the insulation.

Models FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

1. Remove all shelves, Hyrators, Meat-Tender, etc., from the interior.

2. Remove the bottom piece of the center mullion.

3. Remove the food compartment side and bottom moldings. Disconnect the fan and lamp switch leads.

4. Remove the discharge air grille by removing the three screws.

5. Remove the air flow control bulb and mounting. Disconnect the bulb and remove the grommet. Push the bulb back behind the liner.

6. Remove the F-3D control knob and screw.

7. Snap out the switch mounting bracket and remove it from the switch. Push the switch back into the insulation.

Figure 117 Juice Rod Shelves-FPI-1 6B-64

8. Remove the liner top by removing all screws around the sides and back.

9. Remove the shell-to-liner mounting supports at the center on each side of the liner. Remove the screws from the gussets at the top of the liner at each corner.

10. Completely remove the two bottom corner gussets which secure the liner to the shell. This is done to prevent the leads from catching on the gussets.

11. Remove the Moist-Minder trap, float assembly and drain tube.

12. Remove the liner and place it on the floor.

Note: Upon reassembly be sure to seal all areas with

blue permagum.

Models FPD-14B and FPI-14B-64

1. Remove all shelves, Hydrators, Meat Tenders, etc., from the interior.

2. Remove the lamp shield, air deflector, Meat Tender, outlet grille and the return air grille.

3. Remove the air flow control bulb clamp, air flow control, cover and insulation.

4. Remove the fan and lamp switch and disconnect the leads.

5. Remove the sides and top door opening moldings.

6. Remove the center mullion by removing the three screws on each side of the freezer collar. Remove the top and bottom pieces. Remove the screws on each end of the center mullion. Remove the screw for the center hinge.

7. Remove the F-3D control and pull it into the liner. This prevents tearing the insulation when the liner is removed.
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Figure 1 1 8

Food Compartment Liner Removed- FCDM-1 4-64

8. Disconnect any leads that may cause interference.

9. Remove the liner top corner gussets completely and remove the screws at the center corner gussets that secure the liner. Remove the liner-to-shell mounting supports at the center on each side of the liner.

10. Remove the liner by alternately pulling out at the bottom and pulling out at the top. Place the liner to one side on the floor.

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove all shelves; remove the lamp shield and the door opening moldings.

2. Remove the two inner doors.

3. Remove the freezer collar trim.

4. Remove the freezer collar.

5. Remove the divider assembly.

6. It is best to remove the thermostatic switch from the liner to prevent tearing the insulation when the liner is removed. The switch bulb clamps must be removed.

7. Remove the intake duct.

8. Remove the fan housing cover.

9- Remove the liner-to-cabinet shell supports.

10. Remove the four screws from the bottom of the freezer coil under the Ice Server.

11. Remove all insulation from around the evaporator coil.

12. Remove the Moist-Minder tube.

13. Remove the evaporator coil and plate assembly and lay it on the floor face down.

14. Disconnect leads as necessary and pull out the liner, Figure 118.

15. Transfer parts from the removed liner to the new liner. Be sure the air duct is properly sealed.

Model FD-14B-64

1. Remove all shelves, lamp shield and door opening moldings.

2. Remove the Refrig-o-plate baffle.

3. Remove the drain trough.

4. Remove four screws that mount the Refrig-o-Plate.

5. Remove the switch bulbs, clamps and screws.

6. Remove the complete center mullion by removing
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the top and bottom portions first and then the center metal piece. Remove the center hinge butt screw and, if necessary, loosen the other two screws.

7. Swing out the Refrig-o-Plate carefully to align with the slot in the back of the liner.

8. Remove the liner corner gusset screws.

9. Disconnect any electrical leads necessary.

10. Remove the F-3 switch mountings and pull into the liner to prevent tearing up the insulation.

11. Remove the liner, Figure 119. Notice the location of the bagged insulation relative to the refrigerant lines.

Models FPI-16B and 798-64

These food compartment liners are foamed in place and will rarely need replacing. However, the procedure

BULK BAGGED

INSULATION INSULATION

below can be followed should the situation ever arise that the liner need be removed.

1. Remove all shelves, Hydrators, Meat Tenders, etc., from the interior.

2. Remove all the food door opening moldings and filler insulation.

3. Remove all shelf support pegs, particularly from the sides and top that would offer resistance to the removal of the liner. These pegs must be transferred to the replacement liner.

4. Remove the lamp shield, air deflectors and inlet and outlet grilles.

5. Remove the air flow control (16B only) cover, control, insulation and bulb mounting.

6. The F3D thermostat and Fan Cycling Switch can be removed or remove all mountings and push the switch back into the duct.

7. Disconnect the leads from the terminal boards that are connected to the liner or go behind it. These are: On the left terminal board-Black, Black with Yellow tracer, Brown and White leads. On the right terminal board-two Yellows, Pink, White, Black, Black with Yellow tracer.

8. Remove the top freezing molding. Pull out on the sides of the freezer collar to gain access to the center mullion screws.

9. Remove the center mullion and disconnect the leads.

10. Disconnect any leads that go to the freezer compartment that are not foamed in place and could interfere with the removal of the liner.

11. Remove the eight liner-to-gusset mounting screws at the top and bottom corners of the liner.

12. As a safety measure, it is recommended that both

STYROFOAM

INSULATION

REFRIG-O-PLATE

Figure 119 Liner Removed-FD-14B-64
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the food compartment and freezer door assemblies be removed.

13. Use masking tape and tape the leads that come with the liner removal to the inside of the liner, Figure 120.

slightly with a large screwdriver or large drift pin. Repeat this process at each corner, and between the corners as well, to gradually and evenly pry out the liner. You will note four holes drilled in the tool. As the liner comes forward, the next set of holes is used. Also additional blocks of wood give the proper spacing for the greatest leverage.

Figure 121 Breaking the Liner Loose from Insulation

14. Using a large flat bladed screwdriver, Figure 121, go around all sides of the liner and break the liner loose from the Frigi-Foam insulation.

15. Place a 14030 tool along the edge of the liner, Figure 122, and using a ⅜" block of wood on the cabinet front to prevent marring the finish, pry out

Figure 1 23 Removing Liner at the Bottom

16. To assist in pulling out the bottom of the liner, the tool is used as shown in Figure 123. It must be emphasized that the liner must be pulled evenly, alternating side to side and corner to corner.

Figure 122 Method Used in Removing Liner
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Figure 1 25 Liner Removed-FPI-1 6B-64 Illustrated

17. After the liner is out far enough, grasp it at the bottom corners, Figure 124, and rock it out of the cabinet.

18. Remove the liner, Figure 125.

19. Transfer the lamp sockets, leads, etc., to the replacement liner. Do not transfer the bulk insulation found in the corners or edges. It is not necessary as they are placed there primarily to assist in removing the liner.

20. If the polyethylene sheet interferes with the installation of the new liner, it may be cut out. Its purpose is to prevent Frigi-Foam from adhering to the liner. It may be advantageous to use the thumb to press the insulation in slightly at the corners, and where the lamp sockets (tubular) pulled through the insulation, to assist in replacing the new liner.

KK. Duct, Intake-Removal:

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove the Meat Tender and remove the two mounting screws, Figure 126.

LL. Cover Blower Housing-Removal:

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove the intake duct.

2. Remove the four screws, Figure 127, which mount the cover.

SLOTS FOR INSULATION

COLLAR MOUNTING

MEAT TENDER DUCT MOUNTING

AIR DISCHARGE INTAKE

Figure 126

Left Side Detail of Refrigerated Compartment-FCDM-1 4-64
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COVER

MOUNTING FAN HOUSING

Figure 127 Fan Housing Cover-FCDM-14-64

Model FD-14B-64

1. Remove the lamp shield.

2. Remove the four cover mounting screws.

MM. Motor, Blower-Removal:

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Remove the intake duct.

Figure 129

Blower Motor Assembly Removed-FCDM-14-64

2. Remove the blower housing cover.

3. Remove the two screws that mount the blower wheel, Figure 128.

4. Remove the three screws that mount the motor plate.

5. Remove the blower motor assembly, Figure 129.

RUBBER MOTOR MOUNTS

BLOWER MOTOR CUT AND SPLICE

ASSEMBLY CONNECTIONS HERE

MOTOR PLATE BLOWER WHEEL

MOUNTING SCREWS MOUNTING SCREWS

BLADE MOUNTING SCREWS

BLOWER ASSEMBLY MOUNTING SCREWS

A 1885

Figure 1 28 Blower Motor Assembly-FCDM-1 4-64

Figure 1 30

Blower Motor Assembly Mounting-FD-14B-64
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Figure 133 Blower Motor Mounting-FPI-1 9B-64

Figure 131

Blower Motor Assembly Removed-FD-1 4B-64

Note: The replacement motor comes with a mounting plate. This motor assembly is not interchangeable with the motor used on the FD-14B-64.

Model FD-14B-64

1. Remove the blower housing cover.

2. Remove the blade mounting screws, Figure 130.

3. Remove the three blower assembly mounting screws.

4. Remove the blower assembly, Figure 131.

5. Cut and splice the leads at least two inches from the motor, using solderless or Marr connectors.

Model FPI-19B-64

Food Compartment Blower Motor

1. Remove the six screws, Figure 132, securing the blower housing and remove the housing.

PLATE

BLOWER WHEEL MOUNTING FOOD COMPARTMENT MOUNTING SCREWS SCREWS AIR RETURN DUCT

s,

B 42.-8

6. Cut and splice the leads at least two inches from the motor, using solderless or Marr connectors.

7. There may be one or two nylon spacers on the bottom mounting screw between the motor mounting plate and the rubber bushing to space the motor out at the bottom.

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CUT AND SPLICE LEADS HERE
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SCREW

TRIM

BLOWER

MOTOR

COLD STORAGE LINER BOTTOM MOUNTING SCREWS

AIR OPENINGS

TROUGH DRAIN

HOSE

Figure 1 35

Food Compartment Liner Interior- FD-1 4B-64 COVER MOUNTING SCREWS DEFLECTOR

w

FAN AND LIGHT SWITCH

REFRIG-O-PLATE

Figure 136

Interior Freezer Section -Frost-Proof Top Freezer Models- FPI-1 4B-64 Has a Freezer Lamp and Switch
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2. Remove the two screws, Figure 133, that mount the blower wheel.

3. Remove the three plate mounting screws and remove the assembly.

4. Cut and splice the leads, Figure 134, at least three inches from the motor.

NN. Trough, Drain-Removal:

Model FD-14B-64

1. Remove the two screws mounting the trough to the back of the liner, Figure 135.

2. Pull down and release the trough from the edge of the trim. Use a flat bladed screwdriver, if necessary, to break the bond of the vinyl tube, and pull the trough out from the drain tube.

Service Operations - Frost-Proof Models

Service operations not covered so far on Frost-Proof models are given below. This is because the sequence of operation usually requires the removal of the cold storage liner bottom which is not necessary on previous model procedures.

Special Note: Throughout the entire reassembly on Frost-Proof models, it is imperative that you seal around all edges of the duct work and air passages with 5874746 blue permagum. Do not substitute any other type.

OO. Cover, Freezer Blower Duct-Removal:

Remove the mounting screws, Figures 136 and 137. On

the 14T models, remove the half shelf in the freezer.

PP. Duct, Intake-Removal:

1. Remove the duct cover, Procedure OO.

2. Remove the duct mounting screws, Figure 139.

QQ. Housing, Fan-Removal:

1. Remove the freezer blower duct cover, Procedure

OO.

2. Remove the intake duct, Procedure PP.

3. Remove the fan housing screws, Figures 139 and 140.

RR. Bottom, Cold Storage Liner-Removal:

1. Follow Procedures OO and PP and remove the intake duct.

2. Remove all the screws around the edge of the liner and also the screws in the bottom of the liner, Figures 136 and 137.

3. Lift up on the back of the bottom slightly to free the front edge of the collar. On the 14T models, this bottom plate engages slots in the center mullion. Pull forward to free the front edge and remove the bottom.

ROLLER BASKET COVER MOUNTING

MOUNTING BRACKETS DEFLECTOR SCREWS

COLD STORAGE LINER BOTTOM MOUNTING SCREWS

AIR RETURN OPENINGS

Figure 137

Interior Freezer Section-Bottom Freezer Models Except FPI-1 9B-64
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ICE TRAY SHELF ASSEMBLY BLOWER AND GRILLE FREEZER LAMP BASKET ROLLER AND GUIDES

AIR RETURN OPENING

BASKET ROLLER AND BRACKET

DOOR STOP ASSEMBLY

Figure 138 Interior Freezer Section-FPI-19B-64

DUCT MOUNTING SCREWS (3)

F-3D

THERMOLINE

INTAKE DEFLECTOR DUCT

FAN HOUSING PLATE AND COIL

MOUNTING SCREWS

Figure 139

Blower Housing Assembly-Bottom Freezer Models Except FPI-19B-64
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SEAL ALL THESE AREAS

HOUSING MOUNTING SCREWS

Model FPI-19B-64

A16!)I5

INSULATION

Figure 140

Freezer Fan Housing -Cover and Duct Removed Model FPI-14B-64 Illustrated

This is not a cold storage liner bottom but the procedure for removing the back panel, Figure 138, that covers the coil and also serves to divide the two air systems should be covered here.

1. Remove the freezer door, Procedure S.

2. Remove all baskets and ice trays. The top ice tray shelf can be removed by pushing it to the rear as far as it will go then lifting up at the rear.

3. Remove the basket guide on the left-hand side of the freezer liner and remove the left-hand door stop assembly.

4. Remove the ice tray shelf assembly by removing the screws at the left side and at the top.

5. Remove the screws that hold the blower grille and cover.

6. Remove all the screws around the left side, top and right side of the back panel. There are several screws in the center of the back panel that must be removed. Swing the panel out on the left side after clearance has been made by pulling straight out.

7. Figure 141 shows the coil assembly after the back panel and insulation has been removed.

LIMITER SWITCH DRAIN HEATER DIVIDERS DEFROST HEATER COIL CLAMP ACCUMULATOR

LEADS FROM TERMINAL BOARD

FREEZER SECTION OF COOLING COIL

FOOD COMPARTMENT SECTION OF COOLING COIL

FOOD COMPARTMENT AIR DUCT
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MOTOR MOUNTING

RESEAL ALL EDGES PLATE SCREWS (4)

Figure 142 Freezer Blower Motor-Mounting Detail

SS. Motor, Freezer Blower-Removal:

1. Remove the fan housing by following procedures

OO, PP and QQ.

2. Remove the four, motor mounting plate screws, Figure 142.

3. Cut the leads about 2" from the inoperative motor.

4. Transfer the mounting plate, mounting pads and blower wheel to the new motor.

5. Transfer the rubber mounts, Figure 143, and reassemble the mounting plate and blower wheel.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Using a ratchet or short screwdriver, remove the four blower cover plate screws and the one grille mounting screw to gain access to the motor mounting bracket, Figure 144. Only the freezer baskets and perhaps the ice trays and removable shelf need be removed first.

2. Remove the motor assembly. Cut and splice the leads as recommended above.

TT. Stop, Freezer Door-Model FPI-19B-64:

Figure 145 shows the left-hand freezer door stop placed adjacent to the right-hand stop to illustrate how the assembly is made up. To remove:

1. Remove the C washer and pin from the inside freezer door panel.

2. Remove the one screw at the rear of the freezer

RUBBER MOUNTS (4) MOTOR HOUSING

FAN MOTOR MOUNTING PLATE

Figure 143 Freezer Blower Motor-Removal

liner that secures the spring. Remove the two screws that fasten the block to the front side of the freezer liner.

3. Remove the stop assembly.

BLADE MOUNTING

SCREWS SCREWS

B 4276
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B 4261

Figure 145 Freezer Door Stop Assembly-FPI-1 9B-64

UU. Collar, Freezer-Replacement:

Models FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64, and FPDS-14T-2

1. Follow Procedures OO, PP and RR to remove the cold storage liner bottom.

2. Remove the screws across the top and on each side of the top molding.

3. Loosen the top edge first by gripping the inside center edge with your fingers and pulling down gently.

4. Pull out on one side and free it from the edge of the mullion. Repeat for the other side and remove.

Models FPD-14B, FPI-14B and FPI-16B-64

1. Follow Procedures OO, PP and RR to remove the cold storage liner bottom.

2. Remove the screws across the bottom and on each side that secure the collar to the freezer liner.

3. Remove the screws that hold the bottom piece of the center mullion and remove the bottom piece sufficiently to free the sides of the collar.

4. Remove the collar.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the top molding in the freezer by removing the mounting screws.

2. Remove the large basket roller and bracket assemblies from each side.

3. Remove the collar.

VV. Center Mullion-Removal:

The center mullion is basically the same as described in Procedure J. The side moldings must be removed as well as the freezer collar on the 14T models. The center hinge butt mounting screw must be removed and the other two loosened. Remove the styrofoam sections to gain access to the mullion mounting screws.

DEFROST

HEATER

COOLING COIL

FOOD COMPARTMENT SECTION OF COIL FIN SPACING 3/8"

FREEZER COMPARTMENT SECTION FIN SPACING 3/16"

SWITCH

DIVIDER
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COOLING DEFROST LIMITER DUCT TO DEFROST

COIL SWITCH FOOD COMPARTMENT HEATER

HDEAAt'eNR ACCUMULATOR

SUCTION AND LIQUID LINE ASSEMBLY

Figure 147 Freezer Coil Detail-FPI-1 4B-64 Illustrated

WW. Switch, Defrost Limiter-Removal:

1. Remove the cold storage liner bottom by following procedures OO, PP and RR.

2. Remove the freezer throat molding, Procedure UU. It is possible to gain access to the leads by pulling out just the left side of the freezer collar on models with the freezer across the bottom after the bottom of the center mullion is removed. Remove the food compartment left-hand side molding.

3. Remove the screw and clamp which secure the limiter switch to the deflector, Figures 146 and 147.

4. Cut the leads which are located in the left-hand side insulation from the crimp connectors, or 10 to 12 inches from the spade connectors on B models. Attach a string to these leads and pull them into the freezing compartment.

5. Remove the defrost limiter switch.

Note: On reassembly, use a piece of string to pull the new leads back through the insulation. Reseal around the drain pan where the leads exit into the insulation. Do not make connections inside the drain pan where a short or ground may result due to the presence of water. On "B" models, reconnecting the leads in this manner retains the color coding at the terminal board.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the cover plate over the freezer coil by following Procedure RR.

2. Remove the sides and bottom moldings in the food compartment.

3. Identify the limiter switch leads by pulling on them slightly from the switch.

4. Cut these leads approximately 10 to 12 inches from the spade terminals. Remove a little insulation from the ends of these leads and twist them together. Attach a string or small wire and pull them through to the freezer compartment.

5. Remove the switch and bracket from the coil.

6. Reverse the procedure using the string to pull the new switch leads through. Use crimp connectors and splice the leads. This method retains the original color coding at the terminal board and makes it easier to pull the leads through without the terminal connectors on the lead. It also saves installing new spade terminal connectors.

XX. Heater, Defrost-Removal:

Models FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

1. Remove the cold storage liner bottom.
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2. Remove the food compartment side moldings.

3. Remove the locator clamp screws and all screws securing the coil to the pan.

4. Use a flat-bladed screwdriver and pry evenly along the flange which holds the heater to the accumulator channel.

5. Remove the center mullion, Procedure VV.

6. Remove the right-hand, center mullion gusset, Figure 153.

7. Pull out the coil and block it up sufficiently to replace the heater on the bottom.

Note: On reassembly, use a piece of string to pull the new leads back through the insulation. Make sure the replacement heater fits tight and bottoms when pressed into the fins of the coil. Reseal around the drain pan where the leads exit into the insulation. Use a pair of adjustable pliers and crimp the flange of the accumulator over the heater.

Models FPD-14B, FPI-14B and FPI-16B-64

1. Remove the cold storage liner bottom, Procedures

OO, PP and RR.

2. Remove the locator bracket or clamp screws on the left-hand side of the freezer coil.

3. Use a flat bladed screwdriver and pry evenly along the flange which holds the heater in the accumulator channel.

4. Remove the defrost heater from the top and bottom of the coil. Block up the coil sufficiently for ease of removal.

5. Disconnect the leads located on the left-hand side from the terminal boards. Attach a string to these leads and pull them into the freezing compartment. It is possible to gain access to these leads by pulling out the left-hand side of the freezer collar after the bottom of the center mullion has been removed.

6. Remove the heater by pulling forward. See reassembly notes in preceding procedure.

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Remove the cover plate over the freezer coil by following Procedure RR.

2. Remove the sides and bottom moldings in the food compartment.

3. Identify the defrost heater leads by pulling on them slightly from the freezer compartment.

4. Cut these leads approximately 10" to 12" from the spade terminals. Remove a little insulation from the ends of these leads and twist them together. Attach a string or small wire to them and pull them through to the freezer compartment.

5. Remove the screws and clamps from the top of the coil and two screws from the clamp on the right-hand side. The clamp will remain on the coil. Lift up on the coil and tilt it out at the top. There is no need to remove the coil clamps on the bottom of the coil. The coil will swing out to facilitate removing the heater.

6. Unwrap the wire that holds the heater to the coil. This wire should be reused upon assembly. Use a flat-bladed screwdriver and pry evenly along the flange which holds the heater in the accumulator channel.

7. Remove the heater by pulling off the right-hand end of the freezer coil. See reassembly note for the 14T models.

8. Reverse the procedure, using the string to pull the new heater leads through. Use crimp connectors and splice the leads. This method retains the original color coding at the terminal board and makes it easier to pull the leads through without the terminal connectors on the lead. If the replacement heater has new spade connectors, it is suggested they be cut off. Also, it is not necessary to install new spade terminal connectors.

Note: Be sure the dividers, Figure 141, are securely fastened in place after reassembly.

YY. Heater, Freezer Drain-Removal:

Models FPD-14B, FPI-14B and FPI-16B-64

1. Remove the freezer collar, Procedure UU.

2. The drain heater can be removed without disturbing the freezer coil. Disconnect the leads from the connectors on the left-hand side of the coil. Attach a string to the leads to pull them under the corner gusset, Figure 147.

Model FPI-19B-64

Follow procedure WW for the removal of the defrost heater on the FPI-19B-64. The only change is that the defrost heater is not to be removed. Instead, remove the screws that secure the drain heater retainer and seal assembly. Remove the two bottom coil support brackets first. Remove the tape from the bottom and remove the heater coil. Try not to tear the tape so it can be reused. Reinstall as outlined for the defrost heater. The leads for the drain heater are to be cut and spliced instead of the leads for the defrost heater.

ZZ. Heater, Evaporator-Replacement:

Model FCDM-14-64

Although this is not a Frost-Proof model, this procedure is covered here with other evaporator heaters.

This heater is installed along the front of the refrigerated plate and the lower right-hand corner of the roll-bonded coil, Figure 148, which better illustrates its location. The purpose of this heater is to prevent ice growth in the areas in which it is mounted. The electrical connections are made across the thermostat thereby energizing the heater during the OFF cycle of the unit. It is rated at 13.4 to 15.4 watts at 115 volts with a resistance of approximately 910 ohms.

1. Remove all shelves; remove the lamp shield and the door opening moldings.

2. Remove the two inner doors.

3. Remove the freezer collar trim.

4. Remove the freezer collar.
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PLATE

Figure 148

Cooling Coil and Evaporator Heater-FCDM-14-64

5. Remove the divider assembly.

6. Remove the intake duct.

7. Disconnect the F3 thermostat switch bulbs and clamps.

8. Remove the four screws from the bottom of the freezer coil under the Ice Server.

9. Remove the insulation from around the evaporator coil.

SUCTION LINE

-m ⅜Ri

CHARGING TOOL

DISCHARGE LINE

SPOOL MOUNTING

CAPILLARY TUBE INTERCHANGER CLAMP DRIER-FILTER

PURGE HOSE

Figure 149 Unit Mounting Detail
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10. Pull up on the coil slightly to gain access to the template.

Component Replacements

It is of utmost importance that the correct diagnosis be made before a component replacement is considered. Check the switches, relays, timers and controls. Use a starter cord on the compressor in conjunction with a wattmeter before condemning a compressor. Before changing a compressor on Frost-Proof models, be sure you understand the condition present if the complaint is excessive running time. If freezer package temperatures are below 0, the running time can be reduced considerably by turning the thermostat to a warmer setting. Cabinet temperatures remain fairly constant regardless of where the thermostat is set due to the food compartment air flow control. Considerable time and expense can usually be saved by taking a little more time on diagnosis.

AAA. Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement: All Models Except FPI-19B-64

Note: It is necessary to order a compressor package and a line connector package, which contains the necessary fittings, to complete a compressor change. The entire replacement procedure should be done in continuous sequence and as quickly as possible so the system will not be exposed to the atmosphere longer than necessary.

1. Pull the cabinet from the wall and disconnect the power supply.

2. Use a flat-bladed screwdriver and pry off the rear

access panel and clips.

3. Assemble a 12299 charging tool with a new 12178 gasket to the charging screw on the compressor, Figure 149. Attach a line so the refrigerant can be discharged to the outdoors. Crack the charging fitting and allow the refrigerant to escape. If the refrigerant cannot be discharged to the outdoors, adequate ventilation should be provided so accurate leak tests can be conducted later in the procedure.

4. Remove the electrical leads from the compressor terminals, remove the lead clamp from the unit frame, remove the leads from the clip in the machine compartment, remove the insulation under the compressor and remove all screws from the side of the condenser except the top two screws.

5. Remove the superheat mounting clip from the front of the cabinet and, using two pieces of 2" x 4," block up the two rear corners of the cabinet. Remove the two, unit frame mounting screws on each side. Remove the drier-filter mounting and the interchanger clamp screws.

6. Pull the unit from the rear of the cabinet.

7. Clean the lines with steel wool in the areas to be cut for a compressor and drier-filter change.

8. Cut the discharge line, drier-filter inlet and outlet, and the suction lines with a tubing cutter.

Note: The capillary line should be scored with a file and broken.

9. Remove the spool mounts, T nuts and bolts, and remove the inoperative compressor.
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10. Install the new compressor on its mounts. Mark and cut the lines with a tubing cutter. Be sure to crack the charging screw on the replacement compressor and release the holding charge of gas.

11. Assemble the fittings on the suction line to the compressor.

12. Clean the paint from the replacement drier-filter lines, using steel wool.

13. Cut the inlet and outlet lines on the replacement drier-filter, using a tubing cutter. Install the line connectors, Figure 150. Bend the drier-filter mounting bracket backward slightly.

14. Partially install the unit frame and install the discharge line connector.

15. Assemble the charging equipment.

16. Evacuate and recharge the unit in accordance with standard charging procedure.

Note: To conserve time, reassemble the unit in the cabinet, connect electrical leads and all clamps and screws while the system is being evacuated.

Model FPI-19B-64

See Procedure DDD for compressor and drier-filter replacement.

BBB. Condenser Replacement:

All Models Except FPI-19B-64

Follow the procedures outlined for a compressor replacement. The connectors required and their locations are the same except no suction line connector is required. The other connector is installed as shown in Figure 151.

Model FPI-19B-64

See Procedure EEE for condenser replacement.

CCC. Evaporator-Replacements:

Conventional Models

These models do not have a Refrig-o-Plate, removable liner top, freezer collar, nor mullion. The general procedure is the same as outlined for the Cycla-matic models as follows:

Cycla-Matic Models

1. Follow Steps 1 through 6 outlined under Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement for these models.

2. Remove all contents of the freezer section and remove the Refrig-o-Plate baffle, drip trays, etc.

3. Remove the lamp shields, evaporator door, side moldings, freezer collar and center mullion.

4. Remove the baffle, located across the top of the liner, by lifting the front edge and pulling it forward.

5. Remove the porcelain liner top by removing the screws along the side.

6. Remove all screws from the Refrig-o-Plate and disconnect the thermostatic switch bulb.

7. Remove the base panel and the line cover plate.

8. Remove the liner-to-shell gusset in the lower right-hand corner.

9. Pull the freezer coil and the Refrig-o-Plate assembly from the cabinet and lay them on the floor in front of the cabinet, face down.

10. Repeat Steps 7 through 16 of Compressor Replacement for these models, omitting steps 9, 10 and 14. The only difference is where the lines are to be cut.

11. Assemble the new evaporator by reversing the above procedure.

Note: To conserve time, reassemble the cabinet while the system is being evacuated.

Model FCDM-14-64

1. Follow Steps 1 through 6 as outlined under Compressor and Drier-Filter replacement.

2. While the unit is discharging, remove the interior parts from the cabinet.

3. Remove all shelves; remove the lamp shield and the door opening moldings.

4. Remove the two inner doors.

5. Remove the freezer collar trim.

6. Remove the freezer collar.

7. Remove the divider assembly.

8. Disconnect the F3 thermostat switch bulbs and clamps.

9. Remove the intake duct.

10. Remove the four screws from the bottom of the freezer coil under the Ice Server.

11. Remove the insulation from around the evaporator coil.

12. Remove the evaporator coil and plate assembly and lay it on the floor, face down.

13. Repeat Steps 7 through 16 of Compressor Replacement, omitting Steps 9, 10 and 14.
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Model FD-14B-64

1. Follow Steps 1 through 6 as outlined under Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement.

2. While the unit is discharging, remove the shelves, lamp shield and door opening moldings.

3. Remove the Refrig-o-Plate baffle.

4. Remove the screws that mount the Refrig-o-Plate.

5. Remove the switch bulb clamps and screws.

6. Remove the complete center mullion by removing the top and bottom pieces first and then the center metal piece.

7. Swing out the Refrig-o-Plate carefully to align with the slot in the back of the liner.

8. Remove the liner corner gusset screws.

9. Disconnect any electrical leads necessary.

10. Snap out the F-3 switch and mounting and pull it into the liner to prevent tearing the insulation.

11. Remove the liner.

12. Remove the freezer collar.

13. Remove the screws that mount the freezer coil to the center corner gussets.

14. Remove two screws from the relay mounting bracket and pull off the bracket.

15. Remove the liner cover plate.

16. Disconnect any electrical connections necessary.

17. Remove the freezer top insulation.

18. Remove the left-hand and right-hand center gussets for ease of removal of the evaporator.

19. Remove the evaporator, Figure 152.

20. Repeat Steps 7 through 16 of Compressor Replacement, omitting steps 9, 10, and 14.

Models FPD-14T, FPI-14T-64 and FPDS-14T-2

1. Follow Steps 1 through 6, as outlined under Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement for these models.

2. Remove all contents of the freezer and food compartment sections.

3. Remove the freezer collar.

4. Remove the freezer fan housing cover.

5. Remove the intake duct.

6. Remove the freezer compartment inner bottom.

7. Remove the top of the center mullion.

8. Remove the food compartment side and bottom moldings. Pull up on the center of the bottom molding to break the permagum seal before pulling up on the ends of the molding.

Note: Be sure this is resealed upon reassembly.

9. Remove the bottom of the center mullion (6 screws).

10. Remove the styrofoam from the sides of the evaporator and also from the center mullion.

11. Remove the center hinge screw that fastens into the center mullion. Loosen the other two screws.

12. Remove the center mullion by removing the two screws at each end, one on top and one on the bottom. Lay the mullion in the liner.
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Figure 154

Cutting Suction and Liquid Lines- 14T Models

13. Remove the gusset at the top, right-hand corner of the food compartment by prying it out of the shell flange with a flat-bladed screwdriver. Pull down and twist, Figure 153, to remove.

14. Remove the liner-to-shell supports on each side of the liner.

15. Remove the two screws securing the clamp that holds the freezer coil to the bottom, left-hand side of the pan. Remove the accumulator clamp.

16. Disconnect the defrost heater leads from the crimp connectors by cutting them 2" from the connector. Pull the leads into the freezer section.

17. Remove the screw from the lower hinge reinforcement and swing the reinforcement out of the way.

18. Remove the relay mounting screws, cover plate screws and the line cover plate.

19- Disconnect the electrical leads as necessary at the right-hand side to free the interchanger lines.

20. Remove the screws in the center of the coil that secure the coil to the drain pan. Remove the coil and lay it on the floor in front of the cabinet.

21. Cut the interchanger line in the machine compartment with side cutter pliers, Figure 154.

22. Complete Steps 7 through 16 of Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement omitting steps 9, 10 and

14. The only difference is where the lines are to be cut.

23. Transfer the defrost heater to the replacement coil and reassemble the cabinet.

Note: To conserve time, reassemble the cabinet during evacuation of the system. Reseal all originally sealed areas with blue permagum.

Models FPD-14B, FPI-14B and FPI-16B-64

1. Follow Steps 1, 2 and 3 as outlined under Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement.

2. Remove the freezer blower duct.

3. Remove the intake duct.

4. Remove the fan housing.

5. Remove the cold storage liner bottom.

6. Remove the freezer collar.

7. Remove the styrofoam insulation on the rear, left-hand side and all screws and clamps securing the coil to the bottom of the drain pan. Remove the accumulator clamp.

8. Disconnect the defrost heater leads from the terminal boards behind the door opening moldings and pull them into the freezer section.

9. Remove the apron and remove the line cover plate.
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10. Remove the coil by pulling it forward slightly and then up. Lay it on the floor in front of the cabinet.

11. Cut the interchanger line in the machine compartment with side cutter pliers, Figure 154.

12. Complete Steps 7 through 16 of the Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement, omitting Steps 9, 10, and

14. The only difference is where the lines are to be cut.

13. Transfer the defrost heater to the replacement coil and reassemble the product.

Note: To conserve time, reassemble the cabinet during evacuation of the system. Reseal all originally sealed areas with blue permagum.

Model FPI-19B-64

See Procedure GGG for the replacement of the evaporator.

DDD. Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement: Model FPI-19B-64

A totally new design RI compressor is used on the FPI-19B-64. It was first introduced on a limited quantity of Upright Food Freezers in 1959-60. To review briefly, it is an internally mounted compressor, Figure 155. The exterior shell is slightly smaller in diameter than the regular rotary and has longer straight sides with a flat bottom which is recessed as is the top. Rubber mounts, on the top and bottom, act to muffle the running sound. Electrical connections are made through a new three-prong connector which is welded to the side of the shell. The charging valve is the same as formerly used. To one side of the terminals are two line connector ports spaced about 4½ inches apart. The lower one is the suction port and the upper one is the discharge port (to condenser). On the other side of the terminals are two line connector ports spaced about l½ inches apart. The lower one is the

pump discharge port (to superheat coil) and the upper one is the superheat return port (from superheat coil). The upper two ports pass through the shell, having no internal connectors. The R-12 vapor from the superheat coil circulates around the motor. This helps to reduce the operating temperature and improves performance by the return of any oil that may circulate through the system. The lower ports connect to internal copper lines which are attached to the suction and discharge ports of the pump.

The motor and pump assembly is mounted on three springs inside the shell. The mounting pads are cast as part of the upper bearing plate and the motor stator is brazed in place on top of these pads. The motor is of a two-pole design operating at approximately 3450 rpm and is directly connected to a rotary type pump. The compressor is rated ⅛ H.P.

In the present application, both the suction line and the compressor-to-superheat line have mufflers installed in them for a lower operating sound level. The compressor is started with a YT-5 relay which has a longer reset after overload trip. Electrical connection to the new terminals is accomplished with a female plug and lead assembly.

12131-25 adaptor is available to be used in conjunction with 12865 volt-wattmeter or 12131 test cord for service analysis.

Component changes on this model have been omitted in the previous copy because the sequence of operations should be consecutive for best understanding. As with the regular compressor, a line connector package must be ordered which contains the necessary fittings to complete a compressor change.

The lint-proof, clog-proof condenser, Figure 158, is constructed of ¾" tubing welded to a long, flat sheet of steel formed into a trapezoid box type shape with the layers evenly spaced for the unobstructed passage of air. This forced air condenser utilizes a 30 watt, 6 pole fan motor, Figure 159, which results in a lower fan speed, lower sound level and less air discharging onto the kitchen floor. The fan blade is 6¾" in diameter. The entire high side portion of the unit floats in rubber and has no metallic contact with the cabinet or frame. The first two passes of the condenser at the fan end serves the same function as superheat condensers.

An overload protector, Figure 161, protects the compressor in the event of a fan stoppage. This is a compressor temperature protector as opposed to the relay which normally protects the compressor from an excessive current draw.

To replace the compressor and drier-filter, follow the procedure outlined below.

1. Pull the cabinet from the wall, disconnect the power supply and remove the rear insulated cover.

2. Assemble a 12290 charging tool with a 12178 gasket to the charging screw on the compressor. Attach a line so the refrigerant can be discharged to the outdoors. Crack the charging fitting and allow the refrigerant to escape. If the refrigerant cannot be discharged to the outdoors, adequate ventilation should

PUMP SUCTION LINE

A 610

Figure 155 R. I. Compressor Construction

INTERNAL

MOUNTING

PUMP
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REAR ACCESS FREEZER DOOR SPRING

PANEL SCREWS ADJUSTMENT FOR TENSION

INTERCHANGER LINE CLAMP AND SCREW

Figure 156 Unit Mounting Detail-FPI-1 9B-64

be provided so accurate leak checks can be made later in the procedure.

3. Remove the four side unit mounting bolts, Figure 156, and the interchanger clamp and screw. Remove the screw on top of the fan housing and the two Vie" bolts, Figure 164, which allows the compressor mounting to drop.

4. Pull the unit out partially, Figure 157, if the drier-filter only is to be replaced.

5. Clean the lines with steel wool in the areas to be cut for a drier-filter change.

6. Make preliminary cuts with side cutter pliers or a tubing cutter on the drier-filter inlet line, Figure 157. Note: The capillary line should be scored with a file and broken off as close to the drier-filter as possible.

7. Clean the paint from the replacement drier-filter lines, using steel wool. Mark the lines for the final cuts and, using a tubing cutter, make these cuts. Be sure the capillary line has a clear opening on the end.

8. Install the replacement drier-filter connectors, Figure 158, and install the bracket as shown. If the compressor is to be replaced, proceed with Step 9. Otherwise, proceed with Step 15.

9. The unit must be pulled all the way out for a com-

MAKE PRELIMINARY

CUT HERE DRIER-FILTER CAPILLARY LINE

DRIER-FILTER DRIER-FILTER

CONDENSER OUTLET CONNECTOR INLET CONNECTOR

DRIER-FILTER

BRACKET

(INTERCHANGER)

B 4264

REPLACEMENT

DRIER-FILTER
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Figure 1 59 Unit Completely Removed-FPI-1 9B-64

pressor, fan motor or overload protector change. The leads for the compressor and fan motor must be disconnected in the relay to accomplish this. Bend the suction line gently as shown in Figure 159.

10. Clean the lines in the areas where the final connectors, Figures 160 and 162 are to be installed.

11. Using a pair of side cutter pliers or tubing cutter, make the preliminary cuts as close as possible to the compressor that is to be replaced. Cut the lines to include the mufflers as the replacement compressor comes complete with mufflers.

12. Set the replacement compressor in position on its bottom mount and mark the lines for the final cuts. Be sure to crack the charging screw on the replacement compressor and release the holding charge of gas.

13. Assemble the fittings as shown in Figures 160 and 162.

14'. Transfer the overload protector, the electrical terminal block, top mount and all rubber dampers to the replacement compressor.

15. Evacuate and recharge the unit in accordance with standard charging procedures.

16. Upon reassembly of the unit into the cabinet, place two 1" x 2" x 8" blocks of wood under the rear corners of the cabinet. Install the compressor mounting bolts, Figure 164, but do not tighten. Install the four side unit frame bolts and the fan housing upper mounting screw. Place a block of wood under the compressor bracket for leverage and, using 14032 tool for gaging the " spacing of the compressor, insert the tool as shown in Figure 164, between the top of the compressor and the cabinet inner bottom. Tighten the compressor mounting bolts.

Note: To conserve time, reassemble the unit in the

cabinet, connect the electrical leads and all clamps and

screws while the unit is being evacuated.

SUPERHEAT

PASSES

STRAP MOUNTING SCREW

FAN MOTOR
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DISCHARGE LINE MUFFLER

SUPERHEAT-TO-COMPRESSOR LINE

VALVE

COMPRESSOR

MOUNT

DISCHARGE LINE TO CONDENSER

TEMPERATURE

PROTECTOR

TERMINAL

BLOCK

SUCTION LINE MUFFLER

COMPRESSOR-TO-SUPERHEAT LINE

Figure 161

Compressor Detail, Front View-FPI-1 9B-64

EEE. Condenser Replacement:

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Repeat Steps 1 through 16 of the procedures outlined for the compressor and drier-filter replacement, omitting Steps 11, 12 and 14. A slight deviation of procedure is given below.

2. Remove either strap mounting screw, Figure 159, that secures the condenser to the frame. Remove the fan motor assembly. Lift out the compressor and condenser assembly, Figure 162. Attach a small rope, cloth or anything suitable under the welded mounting stud on top of the compressor for ease of handling the compressor. Install all connectors except the suction line connector which can be partially assembled. Transfer the insulation to the replacement condenser and cement in place.

3. Place the compressor and condenser assembly back in position and make the final connection on the suction line. Be careful in setting the assembly back into position to not distort the lines which could cause a leak.

FFF. Condenser Fan Motor Replacement:

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Repeat Steps 1, 3, 4, 9, and 16 of the compressor and drier-filter replacement. The fan and housing assembly can be r⅜moved, Figure 163, by removing the screw at the rear bottom and disengaging the fan housing from the slot in the unit frame.

2. Remove the screws that secure the motor to the

bracket; transfer the blade and rubber disc to the

replacement motor.

GGG. Evaporator Replacement:

Model FPI-19B-64

1. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 of Compressor and Drier-Filter Replacement. While the unit is discharging, proceed with Step 2.

2. Remove the freezer door, Procedure S.

3. Remove all baskets, ice trays and the ice tray shelf.

4. Remove the basket guide on the left side of the

freezer liner and the left door stop assembly.
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B 4267

Figure 1 62

Compressor and Condenser Removed-FPI-1 9B-64

5. Remove the ice tray shelf assembly by removing the screws at the left side and at the top.

6. Remove the screws that hold the blower grille and cover.

7. Remove all screws around the left side, top and right side of the back panel. There are several screws in the center of the back panel that must be removed also. Swing the panel out on the left side after clearance has been made by first pulling straight out.

8. Remove the sides and bottom moldings in the food compartment.

9. Identify the defrost heater leads from the terminal block by pulling on them slightly from the freezer compartment.

10. Cut these leads approximately 10" to 12" from the spade terminal. Remove a little insulation from the ends of these leads and twist them together. Attach a string or small wire to them and pull them into the freezer compartment.

11. Remove the screws and clamps from the top of the coil and remove the two screws from the clamp on the right side. The clamp will remain with the coil.

12. Disconnect the defrost limiter switch and clamp.

13. There is no need to remove the coil clamps on the bottom of the coil. Lift up on the coil and tilt it out at the top.

14. Remove all the screws, Figure 156, that hold ths access panel to the back of the cabinet. Remove the

panel and insulation block. Condenser Fan~Removed-FPI-l 9B-64

B 4268

:iqure 163
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TOOL

B 4269 WOOD BLOCK

Figure 1 64

Gaging Spacing of Compressor Mounting-FPI-1 9B-64

15. Repeat Steps 3 through 16 of the Compressor and Drier-Filter change, omitting Steps 12 and 14.

16. The evaporator is swung out and removed through the opening, Figure 165, in the rear corner of the

freezer compartment.

Note: To conserve time, reassemble the unit in the cabinet, connect electrical leads and reassembly of cabinet parts while the unit is being evacuated.

^P¾pi⅜⅜lllflll l⅝P⅛l.1!1* I mm

n 4-*7S
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Figure 1 66 Charging Procedure
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TABLE IV

Wattage Data for 1964 Refrigerators*

*Operation on 1 1 5 volt, 60 cycle power. Readings should be taken near the end of the running cycle.

SERVICEMAN'S SELF-EXAMINATION

1. The FPI-16B-1 9B-64 models have completely foamed cabinets and doors. True-----------False-------

2. The FPI-1 9B-64 have two separate air flow systems-one for the food compartment and one for the freezer

section. True_____ False______

3. All Frost-Proof models have an air flow control but mounted differently. True--------False-------

4. The food compartment fan on the FPI-1 9B-64 can be stopped by four controls. Name them.

5. The blower motors are basically the same and are interchangeable for service replacement.

True______False_______

6. All defrost timers defrost twice a day on 1964 models. True--------False-------

7. What is different about the compressor used on the FPI-1 9B-64? What is the H.P. rating?

8. What is the advantage to servicemen to have the electrical terminal boards located behind the door opening moldings?

9. What kind of a condenser is used on the FPI-1 9B-64?

1 0. A YT-4 relay should not be used as a replacement for the FPI-1 9B-64. What two means are used for protecting the motor windings on this model?
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Figure 167

Pictorial Diagram-FCDM-1 4-64 Electrical System
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Figure 168

Pictorial Diagram-FPI-14T-64 Electrical System
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RIGHT TERI⅛ INAL PANEL , .
PINK I H PINK-GRAY
PINK-BLUE ⅞NK J
WHITE H D WHITE
WHITE-ORANGE t| WHITE-BLUE
white! 1-U WHITE-PURPLE m- >
GRAY HU GRAY
BLACK-YEL⅛W BLACKfSjE BLACK- ORANGE L⅛⅛^" K Cs⅞K⅞LUE -^black"urple
ORANGE L⅛ij ORANGE Y(j YELLOW
YELLOW Lu YELLOW

LEFT TERMINAL PANEL

W H 1 T WHITE
WHITE WHITE-BLUE
WHITE-RBD 1 ' VHITE- BLUE
BROWN i BROWN
BLACK L A BLACK
BLACK-BLUE _K_ BLACK-YELLOW
RED -" RED- BROWN
BLUE-RED Lui BLUE-RED
H E GREEN-BROWN
GREEN y GREEN-RED

⅞ TO BUTTER CONDITIONER

r⅞~

Figure 169

Pictorial Diagram FPI-14B, 1 6B-64 Electrical System
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RIGHT TERMINAL PANEL

TO BUTTER CONDITIONER

BLACK-YELLOW

BLACK

BLACK-PURPLE

WHITE-PURPLE

LEFT TERMINAL PANEL

* BROWN Q BROWN D RED-BRC

RED-BROWN BLACK-BLUE

'b⅞Teludw

*blacIT

BLACK-ORANGE

'ORANGE ^ ORANGE

------=fGY⅛______

GRAY -"GRAY

awn

WHITE-BLUE | H | WHITC

WHITE | T U WHITE- RED E iJ WHITE-RED GREEN-RED GREEN-RED

FREEZER DOOR DRIER

Figure 1 70

Pictorial Diagram FPI-1 9B-64 Electrical System
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RELAY

TERMINALS

THERMOSTAT

y~

CABINET

LIGHT

CABINET LIGHT SWITCH

CAPACITOR

____USED ON MODEL

= i DA-14 ONLY

COMPRESSOR MOTOR
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Figure 175

Electrical Circuit Diagram-FPD, FPI-1 4T-64, FPDS-14T-2
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ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS

Figure 1 76

Electrical Circuit Diagram-FPD, FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B-64 Refrigeration Cycle

ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS

Figure 177

Electrical Circuit Diagram-FPD, FPI-1 4B, FPI-1 6B-64 Defrost Cycle
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Vol. XV, No. Tech-Talk Page HH-95

FPI- I9B

ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS

(COOLING )

■ •RIGHT TERMINAL BOARD □ •LEFT TERMINAL BOARD

ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGNOSIS

Figure 179 Electrical Circuit Diagram-FPI-1 9B-64 Defrost Cycle
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Figure 1 80

Wiring Diagram-S-1 0, D-10, D-12, FD-11-64

Figure 181 Wiring Diagram-D-1 4-64
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Figure 1 82 Wiring Diagram-FD-1 3T-64, FDS-1 3T-2
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SYMBOL COLOR
w WHITE
R RED
B BLACK
0 ORANGE
Y YELLOW
BU BLUE
P PINK
PP PURPLE
GN GREEN
BR BROWN
® APPROVED ® CONNECTORS
A 1930
CHANGE 77372 7518168

Figure 1 84 Wiring Diagram-FCDM-14-64

SYMBOL I COLOR
W WHITE
R RED
B BLACK
0 ORANGE
Y YELLOW
P PINK
BU BLUE
PP PURPLE
BR BROWN
LG LIGHT GREEN
® APPROVED ® CONNECTORS
⅛⅞L
INTERNAL WIRING OF DEFROST TIMER CHANGE 75823 6588731

B 3326
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Figure 1 86 Wiring Diagram-FPI-14T-64
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Certain screws, nuts, washers and items of identical design may not be shown.
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Certain screws, nuts, washers and items of identical design may not be shown.
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Figure 201

Exploded View-FPI-1 9B-64 Interior Parts

.25. 1241

11.1491

11.2087,

5.2081

13.2085

10.27941 11.279 I

10.19211 11.1922|

I10.2089I'7 ⅛ 111 .20891

20.20831

20.20851

5.4334

■5.4334

5.2084

Certain screws, nuts, washers and items of identical design may not be shown.
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24.424-

5.20815-

17.039 5.2084-

5.20816

24 2084

20.2081

.24.2083 o)--24 .378 -24 .2082

5.20816

24 2081

6.1445

!p-19.0801

9.2084

9.026

2.0782-

■24 .321 -1 .2081

■25.1244 , f7~1498 ~ 22.1495

Certain screws, nuts, washers and items of identical design may not be shown.

Figure 203

Exploded View-FPD, FPI-1 4T-64 Freezer Compartment

1447

24,4611

24.2085^

24.3781

1161 24.2084 / -24.3111 S. -24.2082 SJ.

14.20811

>19.240

19.0261-

25.1248

6.1446

15.1091^5 24.2087-

9.3361

5.2084

■15.405

-15.2041

15.2621-

Uodel FFI-16B-64

Model FPD-14B-64

Certain screws, nuts, washers and items of identical design may not be shown.
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Certain screws, nuts, washers and items of identical design may not be shown.
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7.3163--⅞*-7.2082
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4.2081

Figure 213

Exploded View-All Models Except FPI-1 9B-64 Unit Mounting
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1964 REFRIGERATOR MASTER INDEX

By Code Number - Numerical Sequence

Asterisked Items are Listed by Piece Number in the Functional Parts Listing on Page HH- 121. Do not use code numbers to order parts. Order from part numbers in the catalog.

Code Description Code Description
1.029 BUMPER, SPACER -Cabinet 4.1492 NUT-Apron Protector Plate
1.037 CHANNEL, REINFORCEMENT-Upper Hinge Corner 4.208 SCREW - Apron Bracket
1.0371 CHANNEL, REINFORCEMENT-Lower Latch Side 4.2081 SCREW - Front Base Support
1.0372 CHANNEL, REINFORCEMENT-Lower Hinge 4.2082 SCREW - Apron Trim
1.081 ESCUTCHEON, PANEL-Cabinet Horizontal 4.2083 SCREW-Apron Clip
1.083 EYELET, CABINET HOLE-Door Lead 4.253 TRIM-Apron
1.099 GASKET, CABINET REINFORCEMENT-Lower Hinge 4.320 REINFORCEMENT, APRON -Cabinet
1.0991 GASKET, CABINET REINFORCEMENT-Upper Hinge 4.321 SUPPORT-Front Base
Corner 4.390 PLATE, PROTECTOR-Apron
1.0992 GASKET, CHANNEL REINFORCEMENT-Upper Latch 4.486 APRON-Cabinet
Corner 5.026 ERACKET-Liner Divider
1.0993 GASKET, CABINET REINFORCEMENT-Lower Latch 5.063 DEFLECTOR, DRIP-Refrig-o-Plate
Side 5.0631 DEFLECTOR, AIR
1.156 PANEL, HORIZONTAL-Cabinet Center 5.0632 DEFLkLTOR, AIR-Meat Tender
1.1561 PANEL, ACCESS-Cabinet Rear 5.136 LINER - Food Compartment
1.192 RETAINER, TRIM - Cabinet 5.149 NUT-Food Compartment Liner Gusset to
1.208 SCREW-Cover Horizontal Panel
1.2081 SCREW - Cabinet Center Horizontal Panel 5.1491 NUT-Food Compartment Liner Gusset to
1.2082 SCREW - Cabinet Rear Access Panel Horizontal Panel-Right Side
1.2083 SCREW - Lower Latch Side Reinforcement Channel 5.1491 NUT-Food Compartment Liner Gusset to
1.2084 SCREW - Cabinet Reinforcement Horizontal Panel-Left Side
1.253 TRIM, LATCH SIDE-Cabinet 5.1492 NUT-Food Liner Gusset and Support-Shell Side
1.2531 TRIM, TOP-Cabinet 5.1493 NUT-Air Duct
1.2532 TRIM, HINGE SIDE-Cabinet 5.1494 NUT-Food Compartment Liner to Gusset
1.279 WASHER-Line Cover 5.1495 NUT-Meat Tender Compartment Liner
1.320 REINFORCEMENT-Cabinet 5.1496 NUT-Liner Top Rear Support
1.378 COVER-Line 5.1497 NUT-Moulding to Liner Top
1.3781 COVER, LINE-Food Compartment 5.1499 NUT-Moulding to Evaporator
1.3782 COVER-Cabinet Top Corner 5.14911 NUT-Food Compartment Liner Top
1.380 BUTTON, LEVELING-Cabinet 5.14912 NUT-Air Deflector
1.3801 BUTTON, PLUG-Cabinet Foam Hole 5.14913 NUT-Fan Housing and Drip Support
1.416 GUSSET, REINFORCEMENT-Upper Corner 5.192 RETAINER-Refrig-o-Plate Drip Deflector
2.001 ADAPTER -Electrical 5.204 SEAL-Liner Divider
2.007 BAFFLE-Electrical Controls 5.2041 SEAL-Refrig-o-Plate Drip Deflector Retainer
2.019 BOARD-Terminal 5.208 SCREW - Food Liner Gusset-Shell Side
2.0482 CONNECTOR, MALE-Lead Wire Splice 5.2081 SCREW - Food Liner Gusset and Support-Shell Side
2.0483 CONNECTOR, FEMALE-Lead Wire Splice 5.2082 SCREW - Food Compartment Liner to Gusset
2.0484 CONNECTOR, MALE-Electrical 5.2083 SCREW - Food Compartment Liner Top
2.0485 CONNECTOR, FEMALE-Electrical 5.2084 SCREW - Gusset and Support to Liner
2.0486 CONNECTOR, MARR 5.2085 SCREW - Lower Right Gusset to Shell
2.0487 CONNECTOR, SLEEVE 5.2086 SCREW - Moulding to Liner Top
2.078 DRIER AND LOCATOR, CONDENSATE-Cabinet 5.2087 SCREW - Refrig-o-Plate Drip Deflector
2.0781 DRIER AND LOCATOR CONDENSATE-Freezer Door 5.2088 SCREW -Refrig-o-Plate
2.0782 DRIER, CONDENSATE-Cabinet Center Moulding 5.2089 SCREW - Hinge Gusset and Channel
2.0783 DRIER, CONDENSATE-Freezer Compartment 5.2081 1 SCREW-Air Deflector
2.0784 DRIER, CONDENSATE-Freezer Compartment 5.20812 SCREW - Liner Top Rear Support
2.109 GROMMET-Lead 5.20813 SCREW -Hinge Channel
2.1262 INSULATOR, SLEEVE 5.20814 SCREW - Door Opening Moulding to Drip
2.174 PROTECTOR-Compressor Temperature 5.20815 SCREW - Evaporator to Gusset
2.208 SCREW -Terminal 5.20816 SCREW - Moulding to Evaporator
2.2081 SCREW-Terminal Board 5.20817 SCREW - Meat Tender Air Deflector
2.2082 SCREW - Electric Lead Clamp 5.20819 SCREW-Air Duct
2.2083 SCREW - Compressor Temperature Protector 5.20822 SCREW - Liner Divider Bracket and Seal
2.327 CLAMP-Electric Lead 5.20823 SCREW - Liner Divider to Brackets
2.329 TERMINAL, ELECTRIC 5.20824 SCREW-Liner to Air Duct
2.330 BLOCK, TERMINAL-Defrost Timer 5.20825 SCREW - Food Compartment and Freezer Compart-
2.379 PLUG AND LEAD-Freezer Door Condensate Drier ment to Gusset
2.3791 PLUG AND LEAD-Compressor to Relay 5.20827 SCREW - Liner Top Rear Support
2.394 SPLICE, MALE-Electrical 5.20829 SCREW - Hinge Gusset and Channel
2.461 STUD-Electrical Controls Baffle 5.253 TRIM, BOTTOM-Liner
3.026 BRACKET-Relay 5.258 TOP, LINER-Food Compartment
3.0261 BRACKET-Capacitor 5.279 WASHER-Air Duct
*3.035 CAPACITOR, STARTING 5.2791 WASHER-Liner to Air Duct
3.109 GROMMET-Relay 5.315 DIVIDER-Liner
3.126 INSULATOR-Relay 5.321 SUPPORT, REAR-Top Liner
3.149 NUT-Relay 5.3211 SUPPORT - Food Compartment Liner to Shell
*3.188 RELAY, YT-4 - Starting and Overload 5.379 PLUG, PROCESS HOLES-Liner
3.208 SCREW - Relay Terminal 5.416 GUSSET, LINER - Food Compartment
3.2081 SCREW - Relay Bracket 5.4161 GUSSET-Liner and Evaporator
3.2082 SCREW -Relay 5.4162 GUSSET-Food Compartment Liner to Collar
3.2083 SCREW - Capacitor Bracket 5.4163 GUSSET-Liner and Cold Storage Compartment
3.376 CAP, END-Capacitor 5.4164 GUSSET-Evaporator
3.378 COVER-Relay 5.4165 GUSSET-Cold Storage Compartment
4.026 BRACKET-Apron 5.433 PEG, TOP SIDE-Refrig-o-Plate Baffle
4.029 BUMPER - Cabinet Apron 5.4331 PEG, LOWER SIDE-Refrig-o-Plate Baffle
4.039 CLIP-Cabinet Apron 5.4332 PEG - Refrig-o-Plate
4.124 INSULATION -Cabinet Apron 5.4333 PEG-Drip Deflector and Refrig-o-Plate
4.149 NUT-Front Base Support-Use When Threads 5.4334 PEG - Evaporator
are Stripped 6.039 CLIP, RETAINER-Top Moulding
4.1491 NUT-Apron Clip 6.0391 CLIP, RETAINER-Freezer Compartment Moulding
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Code Description Code Description
6.042 COLLAR, COMPARTMENT-Meat Tender and 7.2261 SPRING, HINGE-Food Door Butter and Utility
Evaporator Compartment Door
6.144 MOULDING, TOP-Food Compartment Door Opening 7.253 TRIM, BOTTOM-Food Door
6.1441 MOULDING, BOTTOM - Food Compartment Door 7.2531 TRIM, UPPER-Food Door
Opening 7.2532 TRIM-Food Door
6.1442 MOULDING, LATCH SIDE-Food Compartment Door 7.2533 TRIM, CAP-Food Door
Opening 7.2534 TRIM, HINGE-Food Door
6.1443 MOULDING, HINGE SIDE-Food Compartment 7.2793 WASHER, LOCK - Butter Conditioner
Door Opening 7.316 BUSHING, HINGE-Butter and Utility Door
6.1444 MOULDING, TOP AND SIDES - Freezer Compartment 7.3161 BUSHING, HINGE BUTT-Food Compartment Door
Door Opening 7.3162 BUSHING-Butter and Utility Door
6.1445 MOULDING, BOTTOM - Freezer Compartment 7.3163 BUSHING - Hinge Pin Food Door
Door Opening 7.317 SLEEVE, LEAD-Food Door
6.1446 MOULDING, BOTTOM AND SIDES-Freezer 7.320 REINFORCEMENT-Food Door Handle
Compartment Door Opening 7.321 SUPPORT - Food Door Handle
6.1447 MOULDING, TOP-Freezer Compartment Door 7.346 HINGE BUTT, UPPER - Food Compartment Door
Opening 7.3461 HINGE BUTT, LOWER - Food Compartment Door
6.149 NUT-Meat Tender and Evaporator Compartment 7.3462 HINGE WING, UPPER -Food Compartment
Collar 7.3463 HINGE WING, LOWER-Food Compartment
6.208 SCREW-Top Moulding Retainer Clip 7.364 PIN, HINGE - Butter Compartment Door
6.2081 SCREW - Food Compartment Door Opening Top 7.3783 COVER, BOTTOM-Food Door
Moulding 7.3784 COVER, HINGE-Butter and Utility Door
6.2082 SCREW - Meat Tender and Evaporator Compartment 7.3785 COVER, LEAD-Food Door Hinge Butt
Collar 7.3786 COVER, LEAD-Food Door
6.2083 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Moulding Retainer Clip 7.3787 COVER - Butter Compartment Switch
6.2085 SCREW - Food Compartment Bottom Moulding 7.3791 PLUG-Inside Door Panel
6.2086 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Top Moulding 7.380 BUTTON, PLUG-Tie Rod Adjusting Hole
6.2086 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Bottom and Side 7.396 SWITCH, HEATER-Butter Compartment
Moulding 7.419 DISH, BUTTER-Food Door
6.2087 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Top Moulding to 7.422 INSERT, SHELF FRONT-Food Compartment Door
Center Horizontal Panel 7.4221 INSERT-Name Plate
6.253 TRIM-Meat Tender and Evaporator Collar 7.423 TRAY-Egg
7.011 BEARING - Butter and Utility Door 7.424 COMPARTMENT, BUTTER-Food Door
7.0262 BRACKET, REINFORCEMENT-Hinge Butt 7.425 DOOR, BUTTER COMPARTMENT-Food Door
7.029 BUMPER, DOOR-Butter and Utility Compartment 7.4251 DOOR, BUTTER AND UTILITY FOOD DOOR
7.081 ESCUTCHEON -Hinge 7.4252 DOOR, UTILITY COMPARTMENT-Food Door
7.081 1 ESCUTCHEON -Door Handle 7.433 PEG, SHELF FRONT - Food Compartment Door
7.099 GASKET, HINGE BUTT-Food Compartment Door 7.488 FRONT, SHELF-Food Door
7.0991 GASKET, HINGE WING-Food Compartment Door 9.007 BAFFLE-Refrig-o-Plate
7.0992 GASKET, NAME PLATE 9.0071 BAFFLE-Evaporator
7.0993 GASKET-Tee Nut 9.011 BEARING, REAR -Gliding Shelf
7.0994 GASKET-Hinge Escutcheon 9.026 BRACKET, LOCATING - Evaporator
7.110 HANDLE, DOOR - Food Compartment 9.037 CHANNEL-Gliding Shelf
7.126 PROTECTOR, LEAD-Food Door 9.063 DEFLECTOR, AIR-Drip Pan
7.130 KNOB - Butter Conditioner 9.109 GROMMET, CHANNEL -Gliding Shelf
7.149 NUT-Food Door Tie Rod 9.149 NUT-Rear Shelf Peg and Slide
7.1491 NUT-Food Door Name Plate 9.1491 NUT-Drip Tray Guide
7.1492 NUT-Food Door Upper Trim 9.199 ROLLER, SHELF-Food Compartment
7.1493 NUT - Food Door Trim 9.208 SCREW - Rear Shelf Peg and Slide
7.1494 NUT-Knurled - Butter Conditioner 9.2081 SCREW - Drip Tray Guide
7.1495 NUT-Food Door Bottom Trim 9.2082 SCREW -Half Shelf Support
7.1496 NUT-Food Door Lower Hinge Butt 9.2083 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Drip Pan
7.1498 NUT-Food Door Upper Hinge Butt 9.2084 SCREW - Evaporator Locating Bracket
7.1499 NUT - Butter and Utility Door Hinge Bushing 9.2085 SCREW - Evaporator and Drip Pan
*7.157 PANEL, INSIDE-Food Door 9.2086 SCREW - Evaporator Baffle
7.158 PANEL, OUTSIDE-Food Door RH 9.2087 SCREW - Refrig-o-Plate Baffle
7.158 PANEL, OUTSIDE-Food Door LH 9.213 SHELF, PLAIN - Food Compartment
7.170 PLATE, NAME-Food Door 9.2131 SHELF, SLIDING-Food Compartment
7.183 RAIL-Utility Compartment 9.2132 SHELF, BOTTLE-Food Compartment
7.1831 RAIL-Butter Compartment 9.2133 SHELF, ROLLING-Food Compartment
7.192 RETAINER, HINGE WING ADJUSTING-Food Door 9.2134 SHELF, GLIDING - Food Compartment
7.1921 RETAINER, SEAL-Food Door 9.226 SPRING EVAPORATOR BAFFLE
7.1922 RETAINER-Food Door Trim 9.235 STOP, ROLLING SHELF-Food Compartment
7.1923 RETAINER - Food Door Lower Trim 9.321 CHANNEL, SUPPORT-Shelf
7.1924 RETAINER, COVER-Food Door Lead 9.3211 SUPPORT-Half Shelf
7.194 RIVET-Butter Compartment 9.323 GUIDE, LH - Drip Tray
7.1943 RIVET-Butter and Utility Compartment Rail 9.3231 GUIDE, RH - Drip Tray
7.197 ROD, TIE-Food Door 9.336 PAN, DRIP-Food Compartment
*7.203 SEAL-Food Compartment Door 9.3361 PAN, DRIP-Freezer Compartment
7.208 SCREW - Food Door Bottom Cover 9.376 CAP, END-Rolling Shelf
7.2081 SCREW - Food Door Bottom Hinge Butt 9.433 PEG, SHELF-Rear Liner
7.2081 SCREW - Food Door Top Hinge Butt 9.4331 PEG, SHELF-Front Liner
7.2082 SCREW - Food Door Hinge Wing 9.4332 PEG, SUPPORT-Drip Tray
7.2083 SCREW -Food Door Handle 9.4333 PEG, BOTTLE SHELF-Liner
7.2084 SCREW - Food Door Seal and Panel 9.4334 PEG, SUPPORT-Sliding Shelf
7.2085 SCREW - Food Door Latch Side Trim Cap 9.4335 PEG, SUPPORT-Evaporator Baffle
7.2086 SCREW - Butter and Utility Door Hinge Cover 9.4336 PEG, STOP-Drip Tray
7.2087 SCREW - Butter and Utility Door Hinge Bushing 9.4337 PEG, HALF SHELF-Liner
7.2089 SCREW - Food Door Upper Trim 9.4339 PEG, SHELF-Gliding
7.2081 1 SCREW - Food Door Bottom Trim 10.026 BRACKET, UPPER HINGE-Evaporator Door
7.20816 SCREW - Heater Wires Cover Retainer 10.0261 BRACKET, LOWER HINGE-Evaporator Door
7.20825 SCREW - Hinge Butt Reinforcement Bracket 10.029 BUMPER-Evaporator Door
7.216 SHIELD, HANDLE-Food Door 10.042 COLLAR-Evaporator
7.222 SPACER, HINGE WING-Food Door 10.071 DOOR-Evaporator
7.2221 SPACER, HINGE BUTT-Food Door 10.099 GASKET - Evaporator Door Hinge Retainer
7.226 SPRING, HINGE-Butter Compartment Door 10.0991 GASKET, HINGE-Evaporator Door
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10.110 HANDLE-Evaporator Door 11.2791 WASHER-Hydrator Handle
10.124 INSULATION-Evaporator Door 11.2792 WASHER - Meat Tender Drawer Handle
10.149 NUT-Evaporator Door Handle 1 1.316 BUSHING, SUPPORT-Meat Tender Tray
10.1491 NUT-Collar to Evaporator 11.3211 SUPPORT, COVER-Meat Tender Tray
10.1492 NUT-Evaporator Door Latch 11.335 TRAY, MEAT TENDER - Food Compartment
10.157 PANEL, INSIDE-Evaporator Door 1 1.346 HINGE, DOOR-Meat Tender
10.158 PANEL, OUTSIDE-Evaporator Door 11.347 LATCH-Meat Tender Door
10.192 RETAINER, STRIKE-Evaporator Door 1 1.349 STRIKE, LATCH - Meat Tender Compartment Door
10.1921 RETAINER, HINGE-Evaporator Door 11.364 PIN, LOCATOR-Hydrator Trim
10.194 RIVET-Removable Tray Shelf RH Support 1 1.376 CAP, TRIM - Hydrator
10.203 SEAL, DOOR - Evaporator 11.3761 CAP, TRIM-Meat Tender
10.208 SCREW - Food Compartment Gusset to Collar 11.3781 COVER AND GUIDE-Hydrator Includes Trim
10.2081 SCREW - Collar to Evaporator 11.3782 COVER AND GUIDE, TRAY-Meat Tender
10.2082 SCREW-Evaporator Collar 11.379 PLUG, RUBBER -Hydrator
10.2083 SCREW - Evaporator Door Handle 11.424 COMPARTMENT-Meat Tender
10.2084 SCREW - Evaporator Inside Door Panel 11.433 PEG, SHELF-Hydrator
10.2086 SCREW - Evaporator Door Lower Hinge Wing 1 1.4331 PEG-Meat Tender Tray Cover
10.2087 SCREW - Evaporator Door Upper Hinge Wing 12.026 BRACKET-Temperature Control Switch
10.2088 SCREW - Evaporator Door Hinge Bracket 12.0261 BRACKET-Air Flow Control Bulb
10.2089 SCREW - Evaporator Door Hinge Retainer 12.039 CLIP-Electric Lead
10.2081 1 SCREW - Evaporator Door Latch Block 12.063 DEFLECTOR, AIR FLOW CONTROL
10.20812 SCREW-Evaporator Door Latch 12.109 GROMMET, TUBE-Temperature Control Switch
10.20813 SCREW - Evaporator Door to Hinge 12.124 INSULATION, STYROFOAM-Air Flow Control
10.20814 SCREW - Evaporator Door Strike Bellows Housing
10.20815 SCREW - Removable Tray Shelf LH Support 12.1241 INSULATION-Air Flow Control
10.213 SHELF, REMOVABLE-Ice Tray 12.130 KNOB, CONTROL-Temperature Control Switch
10.226 SPRING, LATCH - Evaporator Door 12.149 NUT, U-Type-Thermo Bulb Clamp
10.252 TRAY-Ice 12.1492 NUT-Air Flow Control Bulb Bracket
10.2791 WASHER-Evaporator Door Lower Hinge Bracket 12.1493 NUT-Air Flow Control Cover to Liner
10 2792 WASHER-Lower Evaporator Door Hinge 12.2081 SCREW -Lead Clip
10.2793 WASHER-Evaporator Door Lower Hinge Pin 12.2082 SCREW-Thermostat Bulb Clamp
10.2794 WASHER-Evaporator Door Hinge Retainer 12.2083 SCREW-Temperature Control Switch Terminal
10.316 BUSHING, UPPER HINGE-Evaporator Door 12.2084 SCREW-Temperature Control Knob Retainer
10.3161 BUSHING, LOWER HINGE-Evaporator Door 12.2087 SCREW-Air Flow Control Deflector
10.321 SUPPORT, SHELF-Ice Tray Removable 12.2088 SCREW-Air Flow Control to Air Duct
10.330 BLOCK - Evaporator Door Latch 12.2089 SCREW-Air Flow Control Cover to Liner
10.346 HINGE WING, UPPER-Evaporator Door 12.20811 SCREW-Air Flow Control Bulb Bracket
10.3461 HINGE WING, LOWER - Evaporator Door 12.222 SPACER-Thermostat Bulb
10.3462 HINGE, DOOR-Evaporator 12.2221 SPACER, BULB - Air Flow Control
10.347 LATCH, DOOR-Evaporator 12.316 BUSHING, INSULATING -Lead Clamp
10.349 STRIKE, LATCH-Evaporator Door 12.327 CLAMP-Thermostat Bulb
10.364 PIN, LOWER HINGE-Evaporator Door 12.3271 CLAMP - Lead
10.375 GRID-Ice Tray 12.376 CAP, END-Food Compartment Air Flow Control Bulb
10.390 PLATE, LOWER HINGE-Evaporator Door 12.378 COVER-Air Flow Control
10.416 GUSSET, UPPER-Evaporator Collar 12.3781 COVER-Air Flow Control Bulb
10.433 PEG, HINGE-Evaporator Door 12.3782 COVER-Temperature Control Switch
10.4331 PEG, SHELF-Ice Tray 12.3801 BUTTON, PLUG-Air Flow Control Cover
10.435 BOLT, LATCH 12.401 REFLECTOR-Temperature Control Knob
11.007 BAFFLE-Meat Tender 12.469 CONNECTOR-Air Flow Control
11.026 BRACKET-Meat Tender *12.482 SWITCH, TEMPERATURE CONTROL
11.0261 BRACKET, SUPPORT LOCATOR-Meat Tender *12.510 CONTROL, AIR FLOW -Food Compartment
11.029 BUMPER - Meat Tender Door 1 3.007 BAFFLE-Machine Compartment
11.0731 DRAWER, MEAT TENDER 13.026 BRACKET-Evaporator Support
11.099 GASKET-Meat Tender Door Hinge Retainer 13.0261 BRACKET, LOCATING -Evaporator
1 1.0991 GASKET, HINGE-Meat Tender Door 13.0263 BRACKET-Condenser Fan Motor
11.110 HANDLE-Hydrator 13.039 CLIP - Compressor Insulator
11.1 101 HANDLE, DOOR-Meat Tender Compartment 13.0391 CLIP - Retainer - Superheat
11.1102 HANDLE-Meat Tender Drawer *13.044 COMPRESSOR
11.119 HYDRATOR 13.078 DRIER, CONDENSATE-Evaporator
11.149 NUT-Meat Tender Compartment Door Handle *13.082 EVAPORATOR
1 1.1491 NUT-Meat Tender Compartment *13.089 FILTER
11.157 PANEL, INSIDE-Meat Tender Door 13.109 GROMMET-Suction Line
11.158 PANEL, OUTSIDE-Meat Tender Door 13.1091 GROMMET-Interchanger
11.192 RETAINER, SEAL-Hydrator Front 13.1092 GROMMET-Compressor to Condenser Tube
1 1.1922 RETAINER, HINGE-Meat Tender Door 13.1094 GROMMET-Condenser Fan Motor
11.1923 RETAINER, STRIKE-Meat Tender Door 13.1 16 HOUSING-Condenser Fan Motor
1 1.203 SEAL-Meat Tender Door 13.124 INSULATION, DAMPENER TYPE-Superheat
11.204 SEAL, FRONT-Hydrator 13.1241 INSULATION, DAMPENER TYPE-Compressor to
11.2041 SEAL, COVER AND GUIDE-Hydrator Condenser Tube
1 1.208 SCREW - Meat Tender Tray Cover Support 13.1242 INSULATION, DAMPENER TYPE-Muffler Tubes
1 1.2082 SCREW-H/drator Handle 13.126 INSULATOR-Compressor
11.2083 SCREW-Inside Meat Tender Door Panel 13.143 MOTOR, FAN - Condenser
11.2084 SCREW-Meat Tender Door Hinge 13.145 MOUNTING -Compressor
11.2085 SCREW - Meat Tender Door Latch 13.149 NUT-Compressor Suspension
1 1.2086 SCREW-Meat Tender Compartment Door 13.1491 NUT-Compressor Terminal
11.2087 SCREW-Meat Tender Compartment 13.1492 NUT-Condenser Flange
1 1.2088 SCREW - Meat Tender Compartment Door Strike 13.1493 NUT, UNIT-Use When Threads Are Stripped
1 1.2089 SCREW - Meat Tender Door Hinge Retainer 13.1495 NUT-Condenser Fan Blade Silencer
11.20811 SCREW - Meat Tender Drawer Handle 13.1496 NUT-Condenser Fan Motor
11.253 TRIM, COVER AND GUIDE-Hydrator 13.153 PAD, MOUNTING^-Condenser
1 1.2531 TRIM - Hydrator 13.192 RETAINER - Interchanger
1 1.2532 TRIM, FRONT-Hydrator 13.1921 RETAINER - Superheat
1 1.2533 TRIM, COVER AND GUIDE-Meat Tender Tray 13.1922 RETAINER - Compressor Insulator
1 1.2534 TRIM, TRAY-Meat Tender 13.1923 RETAINER, CONDENSATE DRIER -Evaporator
11.279 WASHER-Meat Tender Door Hinge Retainer 13.204 SEAL-Interchanger
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13.208 SCREW - Condenser
13.2081 SCREW - Drier Filter
13.2082 SCREW - Interchanger Clamp
13.2083 SCREW - Suction Line Clamp
13.2084 SCREW -Unit
13.2085 SCREW - Evaporator at Top
13.2086 SCREW - Compressor Suspension
13.2087 SCREW-Superheat Coil
13.2088 SCREW - Condenser Flange
13.2089 SCREW - Condenser Tube Clamp
13.2081 1 SCREW - Muffler Clamp
13.20811 SCREW - Evaporator Holddown Clamp
13.20812 SCREW - Evaporator Locating Bracket
13.20813 SCREW - Evaporator Support Bracket
13.20814 SCREW - Cover and Insulation
13.20815 SCREW - Condenser Fan Motor to Bracket
13.20816 SCREW - Condenser Fan Motor
13.20817 SCREW - Fan Motor Housing
13.20818 SCREW - Fan Motor and Housing
13.216 SHIELD, PROTECTOR-Evaporator
13.222 SPACER-Unit Support
13.279 WASHER - Condenser Fan Blade Silencer
13.315 DIVIDER, AIR-Evaporator
13.321 SUPPORT-Compressor
13.3211 SUPPORT-Condensing Unit
13.322 STRAP, MOUNTING -Condenser
13.327 CLAMP-Suction Line
13.3271 CLAMP-Interchanger
13.3272 CLAMP-Condenser Tube
13.3273 CLAMP, HOLDDOWN -Evaporator
13.3274 CLAMP-Muffler
13.3275 CLAMP - Drier Filter
13.331 FLANGE-Condenser
13.340 BLADE, FAN - Condenser Motor
13.378 COVER AND INSULATION-Unit
13.385 CORD, ELECTRIC SERVICE
13.402 CONDENSER
13.461 STUD-Unit Cover and Insulation
14.026 BRACKET, LAMP SHIELD-Food Compartment
14.039 CLIP, RETAINING -Lamp Receptacle
14.081 ESCUTCHEON, SHIELD-Lamp
14.149 NUT-Cabinet Lamp Plate
14.185 RECEPTACLE, LAMP-Interior Illuminating
14.192 RETAINER, RECEPTACLE-Lamp
14.1921 RETAINER, SHIELD-Lamp
14.208 SCREW-Lamp Shield
14.2081 SCREW - Cabinet Lamp Plate
14.216 SHIELD, LAMP-Food Compartment
14.2161 SHIELD, LAMP - Food Compartment
14.226 SPRING, RETAINER - Food Compartment Lamp Shield
14.235 STOP, SHIELD-Lamp
*14.241 SWITCH, LAMP-Interior Illuminating
14.253 TRIM, SHIELD-Food Compartment Lamp
14.358 BULB, LAMP-Interior Illuminating
14.376 CAP, SHIELD-Lamp
14.390 PLATE-Cabinet Lamp
14.433 PEG - Lamp Shield
15.093 FLOAT-Moist Minder
15.109 GROMMET, INNER BOTTOM-Drain Tube
15.1091 GROMMET, TUBE-Freezer Compartment Drain
15.149 NUT-Freezer Compartment Drain Tube
15.1491 NUT-Drain Tube Trough
15.204 SEAL, DRAIN-Moist Minder
15.2041 SEAL-Freezer Compartment Drain Tube
15.208 SCREW - Drip Disposal Pan Support
15.2081 SCREW - Drain Tube Trough
15.2082 SCREW - Drain Tube
15.226 SPRING, HOLDDOWN-Drip Disposal Pan
15.262 TUBE, DRAIN-Liner Bottom
15.2621 TUBE, DRAIN - Freezer Compartment
15.2622 TUBE, DRAIN - Food Compartment Liner
15.2623 TUBE-Drain Heater
15.309 TROUGH, DRAIN TUBE-Food Compartment
15.321 SUPPORT, PAN -Drip Disposal
15.3211 SUPPORT, DRAIN - Freezer Compartment
15.327 CLAMP-Drain Tube
15.336 PAN, DRIP DISPOSAL-Moist Minder
15.376 CAP-Freezer Compartment Drain Tube
15.405 O RING - Drain Heater Tube
15.499 SEAT, FLOAT-Moist Minder
15.519 TRAP, DRAIN - Evaporator
17.026 BRACKET-Ice Ejector Mechanism
17.039 CLIP, RETAINER-Ice Ejector Grid
17.050 CONTAINER, ICE-Ejector
17.110 HANDLE-Ice Ejector Mechanism
17.149 NUT-Ice Ejector Mechanism to Container

Code Description
17.208 SCREW - Ice Ejector Mechanism to Container
17.226 SPRING-Ice Ejector Mechanism Handle
17.252 TRAY, ICE-Ejector
17.279 WASHER-Ice Ejector Mechanism to Conlainer
17.316 BUSHING, PIVOT-Ice Ejector Handle
17.348 LINK, ACTUATING-Ice Ejector Mechanism
17.364 PIN-Ice Ejector Handle
17.375 GRID, ICE-Ejector
17.427 MECHANISM, EJECTOR
19.026 BRACKET-Defrost Timer
19.0261 BRACKET-Defrost Limit Switch
*19.080 ELEMENT, HEATER-Drain Tube
*19.0801 ELEMENT, HEATER -Defrost
19.1091 GROMMET, LEAD-Defrost Timer
19.1921 RETAINER, LEAD-Defrost Heater
19.208 SCREW - Defrost Timer to Bracket
19.2081 SCREW - Defrost Timer to Cabinet
19.2082 SCREW - Defrost Limit Switch
19.2083 SCREW - Defrost Timer Bracket
*19.240 SWITCH, DEFROST-Limit
*19.249 TIMER-Defrost
19.327 CLAMP - Defrost Limit Switch
20.099 GASKET-Food Compartment Fan Housing
20.0991 GASKET-Freezer Compartment Motor Plate
20.108 GRILLE, COVER - Freezer Compartment Motor
20.1 16 HOUSING, FAN - Food Compartment
*20.143 MOTOR-Blower
20.145 MOUNTING, MOTOR-Freezer Compartment Blower
20.149 NUT-Blower Motor Food Compartment
20.1492 NUT-Freezer Compartment Blower Motor
20.153 PAD, MOTOR-Freezer Compartment Blower
20.208 SCREW - Blower Motor
20.2081 SCREW - Blower Motor Wheel
20.2083 SCREW - Discharge Air Duct
20.2084 SCREW - Blower Intake Duct
20.2085 SCREW - Fan Cover
20.2086 SCREW - Food Compartment Fan Cycling Switch
20.2086 SCREW - Food Compartment Fan Housing
20.2087 SCREW - Fan Cycle Switch Bulb Spacer
20.2087 SCREW - Freezer Compartmrnt Motor Plate
20.2088 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Motor Cover Grille
20.2089 SCREW - Food Compartment Fan Cycling Switch
Terminal
20.222 SPACER, BULB-Fan Cycle Switch
20.279 WASHER-Discharge Air Duct
20.2792 WASHER-Freezer Compartment Blower Motor
20.31 1 DUCT, AIR-Discharge
20.31 1 1 DUCT, INTAKE-Blower
20.341 WHEEL-Blower
20.378 COVER -Fan
20.2781 COVER, SWITCH-Food Compartment Fan Cycling
20.390 PLATE-Blower Motor
20.396 SWITCH - Food Compartment Fan Cycling
21.161 PEDAL, FOOT
21.208 SCREW -Foot Pedal
21.226 SPRING, RETURN-Foot Pedal
21.262 TUBE, VINYL-Foot Pedal Operating Arm
21.366 ARM, FOOT PEDAL
22.026 BRACKET, PIVOT-Freezer Door
22.0261 BRACKET-Light Switch
22.0262 BRACKET-Freezer Door Cable Spring
22.0263 BRACKET-Freezer Door Stop Cable
22.0264 BRACKET-Freezer Door Juice Can Retainer
22.029 BUMPER-Freezer Door Pivot Arm
22.070 DOOR, COMPLETE ASSEMBLY-Freezer-RH
22.070 DOOR, COMPLETE ASSEMBLY-Freezer-LH
22.081 ESCUTCHEON -Hinge
22.081 1 ESCUTCHEON -Door Handle
22.099 GASKET, HINGE BUTT-Freezer Door
22.0991 GASKET, HINGE WING -Freezer Door Upper
22.0992 GASKET-Tee Nut
22.0993 GASKET-Name Plate
22.1 10 HANDLE-Freezer Door
22.126 PROTECTOR, LEAD-Freezer Door
22.149 NUT-Shelf and Support
22.1491 NUT-Name Palte
22.1492 NUT-Door Top Trim
22.1493 NUT-Door Bottom Trim
22.1494 NUT-Freezer Door Trim
22.1495 NUT-Freezer Door Lower Hinge Butt
22.1496 NUT-Freezer Door Upper Hinge Butt
22.1497 NUT-Freezer Door Balance Spring Adjusting Rod
22.1498 NUT-Freezer Door Stop Cable Bracket
22.1499 NUT-Freezer Door Handle
22.1491 1 NUT-Freezer Door Reinforcement
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22.153 PAD, FOOT PEDAL-Freezer Door 24.0992 GASKET-Air Flow Control to Air Duct
22.157 PANEL, INSIDE-Freezer Door 24.0993 GASKET-Air Duct Cover
22.158 PANEL, OUTSIDE-Freezer Door-RH 24.109 GROMMET-Air Duct Cover
22.158 PANEL, OUTSIDE - Freezer Door-LH 24.1091 GROMMET-Freezer Compartment Drain Cover
22.170 PLATE, NAME-Freezer Door 24.110 HANDLE, BASKET - Freezer Compartment
22.192 RETAINER, ADJUSTING-Hinge Wing 24.116 HOUSING, BLOWER MOTOR
22.1921 RETAINER, JUICE CAN FREEZER DOOR 24.1 161 HOUSING-Blower
22.1922 RETAINER-Shelf Front 24.120 SLIDE, NYLON - Freezer Compartment Basket
22.1923 RETAINER, SEAL-Freezer Door 24.149 NUT-Freezer Compartment Shelf Peg and Slide
22.1924 RETAINER - Upper Trim Cap 24.1491 NUT - Air Duct Cover
22.1925 RETAINER-Freezer Door Trim 24.1492 NUT-Lower Basket Roller
22.1926 RETAINER, COVER-Lead 24.183 RAIL-Lower Freezer Compartment Basket
22.194 RIVET-Shelf Front Retainer 24.192 RETAINER, SEAL-Freezer Compartment Drain Trough
22.197 ROD, ADJUSTING-Freezer Door Balance Spring 24.199 ROLLER, SHELF-Freezer Compartment
*22.203 SEAL, DOOR-Freezer 24.1991 ROLLER, BASKET-Freezer Compartment
22.208 SCREW - Freezer Door Inside Panel 24.1992 ROLLER - Freezer Compartment Upper Basket Bracket
22.2081 SCREW - Freezer Door Top Hinge Butt 24.1993 ROLLER - Freezer Compartment Lower Basket Bracket
22.2082 SCREW - Freezer Door Juice Can 24.1994 ROLLER, BASKET-Freezer Compartment Upper
22.2083 SCREW - Freezer Door Bottom Hinge 24.204 SEAL, TROUGH - Freezer Compartment Drain
22.2084 SCREW - Freezer Door Shelf Front Support 24.208 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Bottom
22.2085 SCREW - Door Bottom Trim 24.2081 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Bottom to Evaporator
22.2086 SCREW -Door Handle Holddown
22.2087 SCREW -Hinge Wing 12 - 28 x ¾ 24.2082 SCREW - Air Duct Cover
22.2088 SCREW - Freezer Door Bottom Cover 24.2083 SCREW-Air Duct
22.2089 SCREW - Door Top Trim 24.2084 SCREW - Blower Housing
22.20811 SCREW -Ice Ejector Shelf 24.2085 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Rolling Shelf Bracket
22.20812 SCREW - Heater Wire Cover Retainer 24.2086 SCREW-Evaporator and Drip Pan
22.20813 SCREW - Freezer Door Pivot Arm Support amd Light 24.2087 SCREW - Accumulator Support
Switch Bracket 24.2088 SCREW-Air Deflector
22.20814 SCREW - Freezer Door Pivot Arm Support to Cabinet 24.2089 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Shelf Peg and Slide
22.20815 SCREW - Freezer Door Spring Support Arm to 24.20811 SCREW-Air Intake Duct
Hinge Wing 24.20812 SCREW - Lower Freezer Compartment Basket Rail
22.20816 SCREW - Freezer Door Cable 24.20813 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Upper Basket Roller
22.20817 SCREW - Freezer Door Spring Bracket Bracket
22.20818 SCREW - Freezer Door Stop Cable Bracket 24.20814 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Lower Basket Roller
22.20819 SCREW - Freezer Door Lower Trim Cap Bracket
22.20821 SCREW - Freezer Door Upper Trim Cap 24.20815 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Lower Basket Pull
22.20822 SCREW - Freezer Door Handle Reinforcement Bracket
22.20823 SCREW - Freezer Door Reinforcement 24.20816 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Drain Trough 8 - 1 8x¼
22.20824 SCREW - Freezer Door Juice Can Retainer Bracket 24.20817 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Drain Trough Seal
22.213 SHELF, ICE EJECTOR-Freezer Door 8-18x⅜
22.2131 SHELF-Freezer Door 24.20818 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Evaporator
22.216 SHIELD-Freezer Door Handle 24.20818 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Evaporator Cover
22.222 SPACER, HINGE BUTT-Freezer Door 24.20819 SCREW - Freezer Compartment Tray Shelf
22.226 SPRING, BALANCE-Freezer Door 24.213 SHELF, SLIDING-Freezer Compartment
22.2261 SPRING-Freezer Door Cable 24.2131 SHELF, TRAY-Freezer Compartment
22.253 TRIM-Freezer Door 24.222 SPACER, BRACKET-Freezer Compartment Rolling Shelf
22.2531 TRIM, TOP - Freezer Door 24.2221 SPACER - Freezer Compartment Upper Basket Bracket
22.2532 TRIM, BOTTOM-Freezer Door 24.279 WASHER-Air Duct
22.2533 TRIM, CAP-Freezer Door 24.2791 WASHER-Freezer Compartment Drain Trough
22.2534 TRIM, HINGE WING-Freezer Door 24.2792 WASHER-Freezer Compartment Upper Basket
22.279 WASHER - Freezer Door Balance Spring Adjusting Rod Roller to Shelf
22.3161 BUSHING, HINGE PIN -Freezer Door 24.309 TROUGH, DRAIN -Defrost
22.3162 BUSHING, END-Juice Can Retainer 24.311 DUCT, AIR
22.317 SLEEVE, ELECTRIC LEAD -Freezer Door 24.311 1 DUCT, AIR-Intake
22.3171 SLEEVE-Freezer Door Cable 24.314 BOTTOM, COMPARTMENT-Freezer
22.320 REINFORCEMENT-Freezer Door Handle 24.321 SUPPORT-Accumulator
22.3201 REINFORCEMENT - Freezer Door 24.322 STRAP-Accumulator
22.321 SUPPORT-Juice Can Retainer 24.378 COVER, DUCT-Air
22.321 1 SUPPORT-Freezer Door Handle 24.3781 COVER-Air Intake Duct
22.321 1 SUPPORT, SHELF FRONT-Freezer Door 24.3782 COVER, EVAPORATOR-Freezer Compartment
22.3213 SUPPORT, ARM - Freezer Door Pivot 24.3783 COVER, DRAIN - Freezer Compartment
22.346 HINGE BUTT, UPPER - Freezer Compartment Door 24.424 COMPARTMENT-Freezer
22.3461 HINGE WING -Freezer Door 24.433 PEG, SLIDING SHELF - Freezer Compartment
22.3462 HINGE BUTT, LOWER-Freezer Compartment Door 24.4331 PEG AND SLIDE, SHELF-Freezer Compartment
22.364 PIN - Freezer Door Cable to Bracket 24.461 STUD, ROLLER - Freezer Compartment Shelf
22.366 ARM, PIVOT-Freezer Door Spring Support 24.461 1 STUD, ROLLER-Freezer Compartment Basket
22.3781 COVER, BOTTOM-Freezer Door 24.4612 STUD-Freezer Compartment Upper Basket Bracket
22.3782 COVER, LEAD-Freezer Door Hinge Butt Roller
22.3783 COVER, LEAD-Freezer Door 24.4613 STUD-Freezer Compartment Lower Basket Roller
22.393 RING, RETAINER-Freezer Door Cable Pin 24.4614 STUD, ROLLER-Freezer Compartment Upper Basket
22.422 INSERT, SHELF FRONT-Freezer Door 25.124 INSULATION -Cabinet
22.4221 INSERT-Name Plate 25.1241 INSULATION -Shell Filler
22.433 PEG-Shelf Front 25.1242 INSULATION, BOTTOM-Evaporator
22.436 CABLE-Freezer Door 25.1244 INSULATION, CENTER MOULDING-Cabinet
22.488 FRONT, SHELF-Freezer Door 25.1245 INSULATION - Shell Channel Filler
22.4881 FRONT, SHELF-Package 25.1247 INSULATION -Drip Pan
24.010 BASKET, FOOD-Freezer Compartment 25.1248 INSULATION - Cold Storage Bottom
24.026 BRACKET, SHELF-Rolling 25.1241 1 INSULATION, LOWER-Evaporator
24.0261 BRACKET, BASKET-Freezer Compartment Upper 25.12412 INSULATION, BLOCK-Timer Lead
24.0262 BRACKET-Freezer Compartment Lower Basket 25.12413 INSULATION, FILLER-Center Horizontal Panel
24.0263 BRACKET, PULL-Freezer Compartment Lower Basket 25.12414 INSULATION, FILLER-Moulding
24.037 CHANNEL AND STOP, BASKET-Freezer Compartment 25.12415 INSULATION, EVAPORATOR TOP
24.0371 CHANNEL AND STOP, UPPER BASKET-Freezer 25.12416 INSULATION - Cabinet Bottom
Compartment 25.12417 INSULATION - Freezer Compartment Evaporator Cover
24.063 DEFLECTOR, AIR-Freezer Compartment 25.12418 INSULATION -Air Baffle
24.099 GASKET-Air Duct to Freezer Compartment Drain Pan 25.12419 INSULATION, BLOCK-Rear Access Panel
24.0991 GASKET-Air Duct to Freezer Compartment Back 25.12421 INSULATION - Compressor Baffle

SEE PAGE HH-121 FOR FUNCTIONAL PARTS LIST
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Home Ec-Talb

Mary E. Huck

1964 Refrigerators

Next to an Air Conditioner in the hottest weather, the Refrigerator is probably called upon to work harder continuously than any other appliance. It is used by Mom, Dad, Grandma and children of all ages-and even the youngest child. It offers its owner a tremendous appliance in convenience and food-keeping ability. All Frigidaire Refrigerators are planned with the flexibility to accommodate foods to meet the tastes of all ages.

CLEANING AND CARE

The Frigidaire Clog-Proof Trouble-Free Condenser continues to offer the same tremendous advantage over other makes of refrigerators. It NEVER needs attention from the homemaker. Other condensers in other makes require regular cleaning in order to assure good air flow to prevent damage to the compressor through overheating or to prevent increase in operating cost.

Plastic Inner Door Pans should be cleaned the same as recommended last year. Use mild sudsy water-the kind used for hand dishwashing-or a baking soda solution. The all-purpose, heavy-duty liquid cleaners containing solvents or pine oil should not be used on any plastic surface. Homemakers should be cautioned against their use in refrigerators.

Regular Cleaning of Refrigerator Interiors is most important. Homemakers wouldn't think of not dusting the coffee table in the living room at least once a week or even more-but not all will take the time to clean their refrigerators - where the food for the family's health is stored-even once a month.

Warm baking soda solution cleans the interior and also helps keep the interior fresh and sweet smelling-or use warm sudsy water. Rinse with clear water and dry.

Exteriors should be washed regularly with clean sudsy water. The new materials used on handles and trim are a vinyl plastic and should be washed only with warm sudsy water. Use Frigidaire Porcelain Speed Cleaner on porcelain enamel or Frigidaire Surface Renewer on baked enamel surfaces of the refrigerator. They are excellent cleaners and polishers for these finishes.

Preventing Odors in Refrigerators

In addition to the regular cleaning described above, prompt attention to spillovers, especially milk, or an orange or lemon that has been overlooked and molded, is most important to maintaining a sweet smelling refrigerator.

When cleaning both the Refrigerator and Freezer sections, pay particular attention to the underside of shelves; Moist-Minders should be removed, taken apart and cleaned; also the Moisture pan located behind the base panel; and watch the crevices in the door seal, especially in humid climates.

To cover food stored in the refrigerator, use covered leftover dishes, or wrap in waxed paper, household foil or plastic wrap or bags.

Carefully package in moisture-vapor-proof wrapping any foods to be frozen. This is especially important in case of fish, onions and foods containing garlic. It's a good idea to rinse hands in lemon water after handling fish and before handling the outside wrappings of fish packages.

Charcoal canisters, available from hardware and department stores, can be placed in the Refrigerator or Food Freezer to help in odor removal. We also have had some success with placing a small amount of fresh ground coffee in a dish at the back of one of the shelves in the air flow.

Whenever a refrigerator is to be turned off for a few weeks or when it is to be moved, it is important that it be thoroughly cleaned and dried and then the door left ajar for air circulation except during the actual move. A closed-up odor takes time to clear up after the refrigerator is cooled down and in use again. Swinging the door wide each time it is opened to permit greater change of air will help speed up this process.

Care of Ice Trays

Many homemakers are still unaware that there is a finish on the ice cube trays which will eventually just wear off, or which will become damaged if hot water- or hot liquid of any kind-is put in the tray. Whenever possible, call attention to the section in the Use and Care instructions describing the Frigidaire Ready-Spray Ice Tray Wax. Everyone will be delighted to know that trays can be kept easy to use without the aggravation of cubes sticking. And it is so easy to refinish them.

FOOD STORAGE TIPS

Refrigerate leftovers as soon as possible. COVER ALL FOODS to prevent them from drying on surface as well as to prevent odor transfer. It's just good housekeeping too, for the food is protected in case of accidental spillovers.

Vegetable storage still brings more questions from homemakers than any other area of the Refrigerator. Help them to understand that a Hydrator for best holding needs cold PLUS moisture. We provide good cold Hydrators but it is important for users to remove store wrappings, trim unusable portion and then to rinse the vegetables in cold water. Allow greens, celery, lettuce and carrots to drain about 5 minutes, then shake off excess water and store in the Hydrator. During the week vegetables need to be checked as used and again any unusable portions trimmed off, then the remaining portions remoistened before returning to the Hydrator. Hydrators should be washed before adding fresh supplies.
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In the large Hydrators as the supply is reduced to a small amount, users may find it better to wrap remaining portions in plastic bags or plastic wrap to retain moisture. This should not be necessary when Hydrator is half full or more.

Citrus fruits, apples, pears, etc. should be washed and wiped dry before storage in Hydrators. If space is limited, store fresh fruit on a tray or plate on a shelf in the fresh food compartment.

Spread berries out on plate and cover with waxed paper or plastic wrap to preserve freshness. Refrigerate immediately. Wash, cap and pick over when ready for use.

Wrap melons in plastic wrap to prevent transfer of odor.

Store cheese tightly wrapped in foil or plastic wrap to prevent drying out. Excessive handling tends to cause molding where the fingers touch the cheese.

Store just the amount of butter or margarine for current use in the Butter Conditioner and place remaining supply on shelf in Refrigerator. Adjust control to provide the spreadability desired. Some margarines such as the new liquid corn oil margarine is spreadable at refrigerator temperatures and so would be most satisfactory at the "hard" setting where no extra heat is furnished. However, others, made of soya and cottonseed oils are more like the consistency of butter and can be stored at the medium or soft settings as preferred.

Ice Cream

In Refrigerator-Freezer models, ice cream can be stored in the original container. We have found it more satisfactory in the Mini-Freezer-Refrigerator to push the carton of ice cream toward the back of the Freezer section for best holding when the Ice Server is removed. In the Conventional Refrigerators, place flat-sided ice cream cartons directly in contact with the floor of the Freezer Chest for best holding. If removed to a pan or tray, cover with waxed paper or plastic wrap and then place tray on floor of the Freezer Chest-not on the ice tray shelf.

Meat Storage-In Meat Tenders of FPI-19B-64, FPI-16B-64, FPI-14B-64, FPI-14T-64 and FCDM-14-64.

Notice that all of the Meat Tenders are now made of porcelain enamel-making them more attractive and so easy to clean. Temperature in the Meat Tenders in the Frost-Proof models is low-about 30 to 32 degrees- and so these Meat Tenders should not be used to store other foods such as fruits, vegetables or eggs. They should not be removed to permit storage of other food in this area.

Notice, too, that a paragraph has been added to the Use and Care Instruction Sheets explaining the use of the Meat Tender.

Our tests indicate that the Meat Tender in the FCDM-14 does not run quite as cold as in the Frost-Proof models. Therefore, fresh meat in this model should be held for shorter periods. Wrap meat loosely in waxed paper to prevent surface drying.

Meat Storage-In Models without Meat Tenders The prepackaged fresh meat and cured meats such as franks, sliced cold cuts, ham and bacon from a refrigerated self-service case may be stored in the original wrap. Remove the outer heavy store wrapping from cut-to-order fresh or cured meats. Place this meat on plate or tray, separate cuts with inner leaf store wrapping, waxed paper or foil and cover loosely with waxed paper. Store on one of the open shelves in the fresh food compartment.

Storage time for this meat is slightly less than when stored in the Flowing Cold Meat Tenders. Store ground meat and meat specialties, up to 1 to 2 days; poultry, up to 2 days; steaks, chops, spareribs, up to 3 days; and roasts, up to 5 to 6 days; sliced cold cuts, up to 3 days; bacon, up to 7 days; whole hams or picnics, up to 7 days.

The Refrigerator-Freezer Storage Tray, which is available through Service, may be used for storing meat in models without Meat Tenders. Meat should be unwrapped for storing in this tray. Separate cuts with inner leaf store wrapping, waxed paper or foil. Cover. If prepackaged meats are stored in the Tray, the lid should be left slightly ajar as directed on the label.

EDITORIAL SERVICE TOOLS - A SOUND INVESTMENT

In each of the October Tech-Talk issues covering new' model products, there are pages set aside specially for the promotion of tools and equipment needed for diagnosing and repairing. These tools are constantly being studied and refined to make them the best available for each product and the service to be performed on that product. Some are specialized for use on one type of product while others, such as the volt-wattmeter and ohmmeter, can be used on numerous products where product components can be tested in a similar manner.

Intensive study by service engineers has produced time saving testing equipment such as the analyzers for automatic washers, automatic dryers and automatic dish-
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washers. The results from the use of these analyzers in the field have been dramatic in accuracy of diagnosing and in the saving of valuable diagnosing time. Needless to say, lower service charges, occasioned by the use of these analyzers, have been a decided factor in the molding of customer satisfaction and goodwill.

Questions arise concerning the use made of these tools by each serviceman. Does he carry a complete complement of tools, are they made available through the servicing outlet, does he perform service without all the modern aids? These questions are important, for the modern, well trained serviceman does not hunt for trouble-he tests for it.

It somehow seems inconsistent that we expect the auto mechanic, the dentist, the television mechanic or the doctor to use only the very latest and most efficient equipment while we sometimes try to get by on the bare necessities for diagnosing and performing service work on appliances. Since we are often called into the homes of these men, we are short changing those who are trying to give us the best in value if we give them less than the best in service.

expect to benefit us in the future. When we invest in tools and equipment necessary for efficient service work, we reap rewards in Customer Satisfaction, Job Security and in Personnel Satisfaction with our efforts. For the Dealer, such an investment shows progressiveness, permits better utilization of manpower, saves through the elimination of costly callbacks and establishes a reputation for service excellence which is reflected in increased store traffic.

When we buy a home and pay taxes, we make an investment in the community. When we buy stocks, securities or bonds, we make an investment which we

There is one ingredient necessary to make sure your tool investment pays off-that is training which we all know can be obtained from qualified Frigidaire Instructors at any of the G.M. Training Centers. Training is insurance for the investment assuring the investor of profitable returns.

We cannot afford to take chances on incurring customer displeasure-that is why investments in tools, equipment and training are sound and should be embraced by all who wish to become successful in the selling and servicing of Frigidaire products.

ALL THE FLOWERS OF ALL THE TOMORROWS ARE IN THE SEEDS OF

TODAY.

-Chinese Proverb
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1964 Refrigerator Functional Parts

Parts Code Description Models Part Number Parts Code Descri ption Models Part Number
3.035 Capacitor, Starting D-14, FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FPD-14B, FPI-1 4B, FD-14B, FPI-16B, FPI-1 9B, FD-13T, FCDM-14, FDS-13T-2, FPDS-13T-2 5891100 13.082 Component Evaporator S-10, D-10 D-12 FD-11 D-14 FCDM-14 6580492 6580645 6580544 6580317 6580651
3.188 Relay S-10, D-10, D-12, D-14, FD-11 FD-13T, FCDM-14, FDS-1 3T-2 FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, FPD-14B, FD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-16B 5876896 5876936 5876838 FD-13T, FDS-1 3T-2 FPD-14T, FP1-14T, FPDS-14T-2 FD-14B FPD-14B, FPI-14B FPI-1 6B FPI-1 9B 6580319 6580320 6580675 6580493 6580715 6580718
FPI-1 9B 5901195 Note: Component Evaporator number includes drier-filter and con-
7.157 Food Door S-10, D-10 7518655 nectors.
Inside Panel Right-Hand Door FDS-1 3T-2, FPDS-1 4T-2 D-12 D-14 FD-11 FD-13T, FPD-14T FPI-14T FPI-1 4B FPI-1 6B FPI-19B 7518663 7518657 7518658 7518659 6595523 7518667 6595524 6595525 7518680 13.089 Drier-Filter S-10, D-10, D-12, FCDM-14 FD-1 1, D-14, FD-13T, FI-13T, FD-14B, FDS-1 3T-2, FDS-13-2 FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, FPDS-1 4T-2, FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B FPI-1 9B 6580268 6580316 6580719
7.203 Food S-10, D-10 7514191 Note: Component Drier-Filter number includes connectors.
Comportment Door Seal D-12, FD-1 1 D-14, FCDM-14, FDS-13-2 FD-13T, FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FDS-13T-2, FPDS-1 4T-2 FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FD-14B, FPI-1 6B FPI-19B 7510058 7512516 7512518 7512519 7516632 14.241 Fan and Light Switch Freezer Light Switch Food Compartment Light FCDM-14, FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B, FPI-1 9B FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B, FPI-19B All Other Models 7512281 7510487 7510487
12.482 Cold Control Switch S-10, D-10, D-12, D-14 FD-11, FDS-13-2 FD-13T, FDS-1 3T-2 FD-14B FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, FPD-14B, 6580912 6580911 6580909 6580910
19.080 Drain Tube Heater FPD-14B, FPI-1 4B FPI-1 6B FPI-1 9B 7516444 7517924 7516384
FPI 14B, FPI-16B, FPDS-14T-2 FPI-1 9B FCDM-14-64 6580906 6580915 6580900 19.0801 Defrost Heater Element FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FPDS-1 4T-2 FPD-14B, FPI-1 4B, FPI-1 6B FPI-1 6B FPI-19B 7512328 7517874 7516452 7516391
12.510 Food Compartment Air Flow Control FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FPI-16B,
FPD-14B, FPI-14B 5901198 19.240 Defrost Limit FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, FPD-14B,
13.044 Component Compressor S-10, D-10, D-12 FD-1 1 6580481 6580235 Switch FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B, FPI-19B, FPDS-1 4T-2 6595363
D-14 FCDM-14 FD-13T, FDS-1 3T-2 FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, FPDS-1 4T-2, FD-14B, FPD-14B, FPI-1 4B, FPI-1 6B FPI-1 9B S-10, D-10, FCDM-14 D-12, D-14, FD-11, FD-13T, FDS-1 3T-2 FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, 6580314 6580547 6580483 19.249 Defrost Timer FPD-14T, FPI-1 4T, FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B, FPI-19B, FPDS-1 4T-2 7512407
Line Connector Package 5901839 6580716 5876862 6590528 20.143 Freezer Compartment Fan Motor FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FPDS-1 4T-2 FPD-14B, FPI-1 4B FPI-1 6B FPI-19B 7512280 7517873 7516457 7516385
FPDS-14T-2 22.203 Freezer Door Seal FD-13T, FPD-14T, FPI-14T, FDS-1 3T-2, FPDS-1 4T-2 FD-14B, FPD-14B, FPI-14B,
FD-14B, FPD-14B, FPI-14B, FPI-1 6B 6590689 7512517
Note: Line Connector Package includes connectors and drier-filter. Must be ordered separately for each compressor replacement. FPI-1 6B FPI-1 9B 7512520 7516633
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TOOLS

12496

VACUUM PUMP

12094

12164

12290 CHARGING CYLINDER

CHARGING VALVE

12869-Protective Cloth

TO TEST TOP AND BOTTOM OF SEAL,APPLY WIDE SURFACE OF

CHECKING

TO TEST SIDE SEALS APPLY NARROW SURFACE OF TOOL

DOOR SEAL SEALING SURFACE

A IW

12853

MAGNETIC SEAL CHECKING TOOL

*** A

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A||f| A #60

12325

EVAPORATOR REPAIR KIT

12865-Volt-Wattmeter Tech-Talk
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12131

START CORD

12860 TEMPERATURE TESTER

12167

TEST LAMP

12870

TEMPERATURE RECORDER

12034

LEAK DETECTOR

12855-Ohmmeter


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VOLUME 3 is located here for the post-war models.

Models mentioned in Volume 1:
P-4, AP-5, AP-6, AP-7-1, AP-7-2, AP-9, AP-12, AP-18, B-5, B-5-2, B-9, B-15, D-4, D-5, D-6, D-7-2, D-9, D-12, L-5, LP-5, M-5, M-5-2, M-7, M-9, M-12, M-15, MP-5, MP-7, MP-9, MP-12, MP-15, P-9, P-15, PT-5, T-5, TP-5, V-5, EE-5, VP-5, I, G-3, G-4, GR-4, G-5, G-6, MC-9, MC-12, W-3, W-4, W-5, W-6, W-8, W-10, W-12, W-18, WP-7, WP-8, WP-10, WP-13, WA-3, WPA-3, AHM-3330, AHM-4830, AHM-4840, AHM-5340, AHM-5750, ML-37, ML-48, ML-64, ML-4837, ML-4848, ML-5764, ML-4, ML-5, ML-6, ML-4840, ML-4850, ML-5760, S-4, S-5, S-6, WP-4, WP-5, WP-6, WP-18, SD-4, SD-6, S-4840, S-4850, S-5760, SL-43, SL-63, SL-73.
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This is a three volume comprehensive service manual for Frigidaire Refrigerators from the 1920's thru 1951. The set is a fascinating historical look at early Frigidaire home refrigeration.

Volume 2 Covers:
Rotary Compressor Analysis
Miscellanous and Supplimentary Information
Full descriptions of 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941 and 1942 model refrigerators.

Manual contains mechanical and refrigeration theory and primer, model images and specifications, wiring diagrams, troubleshooting and full servicing information.

VOLUME 1 is located here for the earliest models.
VOLUME 3 is located here for the post-war models.

Models mentioned in Volume 2:
1937 Refrigerators:
Dulux Finished Cabinets
D 3-37 Master 4-37
DRS 5-37 Master 5-37
DRS 6-37 Master 6-37
DRS 7-37 Master 7-37
Master 8-37
Porcelain Finished Cabinets
DeLuxe 5-37 DeLuxe 8-37
DeLuxe 6-37 Imperial '37
DeLuxe 7-37

1938 Refrigerators:
Dulux Finished Refrigerators
D3
TD3
Special S-38
Special 6-38
Special 7-38
Master 4-38
Master S-38
Master 6-38
Master 7-38
Master 8-38
Porcelain Finished Refrigerators
DeLuxe S-38 Imperial
DeLuxe 6-38
DeLuxe 7-38 WP-19
DeLuxe 8-38

1939 Refrigerators:
DA Model Refrigerators:
TDA-3
DA-3
DA-4
Super Value 6-39.
Special Model Refrigerators:
Special 5-39
Special 6-39
Master Model Refrigerators :
Master 4-39
Master 5-39
Master 6-39
Master 8-39
Cold-Wall Model Refrigerators:
Cold-Wall 6-39
(Dulux Exterior)
Cold-Wall8-39
(Dulux Exterior)
Cold-Wall5-39
(Porcelain Exterior}
Cold-Wall 6-39
(Porcelain Exterior)
Cold-Wall8-39
(Porcelain Exterior)
Cold-Wall Imperial and WP-19.

1940 Refrigerators:
Table Top Model:
TDB-3
Super Value Refrigerators:
sv 3
SV4
sv 6-40
sv 8-40
Master Refrigerators:
M 5-40
M 6-40
DeLuxe Refrigerators:
D 5-40
D 6-40
Cold-Wall Master Refrigerators:
CWM 5-40
CWM 6-40
Cold-Wall DeLuxe Refrigerators:
CWD 6-40
CWD 8-40
Cold-Wall Imperial Refrigerators:
CWI 6-40
CWI 8-40
CWI 13
WP-19

1941 Refrigerators:
1941 "S" and "R" Model Refrigerators:
(See Table I-VI.)
S 3 (Flat top only) See 1940 TDB-3
S 4
S 6-41
R 6-41
1941 "M" and "L" Model Refrigerators:
(See Table 2-VI)
M 6-41
MP 6-41
L 6-41
L 8-41
1941 Cold-Wall Model Refrigerators:
(See Table 3-VI)
C 6-41
CP 6-41 c 9-41
CD 6-41
CPD 6-41
CPD 9-41
CPD 13-41
WP 19

1942 Refrigerators
AH 6
S 7-42
M7-42
M P7-42
D 7-42
DP 7-42
D 9-42
CD 7-42
CPD 7-42
CPD 9-42
CPD 13
WP 19

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1951 177 182mb $8.99
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This is a three volume comprehensive service manual for Frigidaire Refrigerators from the 1920's thru 1951. The set is a fascinating historical look at early Frigidaire home refrigeration.

Volume 3 Covers:
Full descriptions of 1945-47 I-Line Refrigerators, 1947-1948 J-Line Refrigerators, 1949 K-Line Refrigerators, 1950 M-Line Refrigerators and 1951 O-Line Refrigerators.

This volume is meant to be used with VOLUME 2 which covers more in-depth theory and servicing of rotary compressor models.

VOLUME 1 is located here for the earliest models.

Manual model images and specifications, wiring diagrams, troubleshooting and full servicing information.

Models mentioned:
1945-1946-1947 Refrigerators:
AHI-4
DI-7
CDI-9
AHI-6
DPI-7
CPDI-7
SI-7
DI-9
CPDI-9
MI-7
CDI-7

1948 Refrigerators:
AJ-6
SJ-6
MJ-6
MJ-7
MJ-9
MJ-11
DJ-7
DJ-9
DJ-11
CIJ-10

1949 Refrigerators:
ML-77
ML-93
DL-70
AL-60
ML-60
ML-77P
ML-93P
ML-115
DL-7
DL-86
DL-86P
DL-105
IL-80
IL-100


1950 Refrigerators:
AM-43,
AM-43F
DM-90
DM-90P
DM-107
DM-107P
MM-92
MM-110
AM-60
MM-74
MM-74P
MM-76
MM-76P
SM-60
SM-76
SM-76P
IM-80
IM-100
1M-lOOP

1951 Refrigerators:
AO-43 Apartment House, 4.3 cu. ft.
AO-43F Apartment House, 4.3 cu. ft., Flat Top
AO-60 Apartment House, 6 cu. ft.
SO-60 Standard, 6 cu. ft.
SO-73 Standard, 7.3 cu. ft.
SO-82 Standard, 8.2 cu. ft.
SO-92 Standard, 9.2 cu. ft.
SO-110 Standard, 11 cu. ft.
MO-71 Master, 7.1 cu. ft.
MO-81 Master, 8.1 cu. ft.
MO-81P Master, 8.1 cu. ft. Porcelain
DO-90 Deluxe, 9 cu. ft.
DO-90P Deluxe, 9 cu. ft. Porcelain
DO-107 Deluxe, 10.7 cu. ft.
IO-80 Imperial, 8 cu. ft.
IO-100 Imperial, 10 cu. ft.
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Published by:
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1951 177 182mb $8.99

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