Sorry, I was just trying to learn here.You are most definitely wrong. I've tried to explain it several times and you just don't get it. Are you reading what I post? After 15 years of answering questions on this site, I learned
a long time ago that some people are going to do what they want to do, and believe what they want to believe, no matter what anyone tells them. Nothing short of holding your hand and walking you thu each step is going to help you, and to be honest I don't have the time. So when you finally give up, and you will, we'll be here. Good luck!View attachment 61484
If pin 4 is live wire, and pin 5 is neutral, can you please explain the direct wire between 4 and 5? I attached another wiring diagram here which is easier to read.
I was talking about the sub board, you were talking about the main board. The sub board is on the same door as the ice maker. The main board is at the back of the refrigerator chassis. The door is connected to the chassis with wire harnesses. If the neutral wire is bad at the door level, I don't see why we need to test at the chassis level.
Below is my drawing. I measured continuity on point #1 and #2. It looks like the neutral wire is open for some reasons. Thus I don't see why we should test on the main PCB. And I guess that's where the confusion is. As you kept talking about CON2 but didn't distinguish CON2 on sub-PCB and CON2 on main-PCB.