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KitchenAid Refrigerator KRFF507HPS00 LED lights not working properly

Wjrich

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Keswick, VA
Model Number
KRFF507HPS00
Brand
KitchenAid
Age
1-5 years
KRFF507HPS00- has a total of 9 LED lights in the refer portion- 5 on the inside ceiling and 2 each on the left and right sides. There's 1 led on the inside ceiling of the freezer.
A couple of days ago the refer ceiling lights started flickering/strobing then stopped working completely. The side LED in the refer are working fine. The fridge LED- which I never knew was there- is also out.

Manual says to call for a service tech, but what I've read in some forum entries here is that if I start by replacing the freezer LED I may be able to resolve the issue since these are apparently in series?

I'm good mechanically but really haven't done much in the way of appliance troubleshooting/repair. Any tips?
 

Jake

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Yes, the freezer LED is in series with the TOP refrigerator LED's. Is the freezer LED light completely out?

I always replace the freezer LED and it fixes the LED's in the refrigerator section too.:)

Here's the freezer LED for your model you can order:
W10695459 Module


Watch this video below, he shows you how to replace it:


Jake
 

rickgburton

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Locate the P10 connector on the main board. Check for 20 VDC P10-1 --P10-2
 

Jake

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Rick your a good man! That is absolutely right! LOL

Jake
 

Wjrich

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Freezer light is definitely out- I'll go the easy route and replace it as per your suggestion.

Thanks!
 

Jake

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Ok, sounds good, that should fix it all.:)

Remember to disconnect power to the refrigerator before you replace it.

Keep us posted.

Jake
 
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