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    • Part Number: AP3965513
    • MFG Part Number: 241708102
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Going Batty over this. It does not appear to be the power board P/N 241708102. SYMPTOMS: No Ice Dispense, No Freezer lights. What Works: Makes Ice, Dispenses water, Extra Ice Production works, Panel Light works, Freezer and Fridge Hold Temp, Defrosts properly, Fridge lights work. TEST: (power control board) At the wiring harness, if I jump the 120 VAC and the Water connections It triggers the water dispenser. If I jump any of these; VAC+FICE, VAC+AUGER, VAC+CUBE, VAC+FICE+AUGER, VAC+FICE+CUBE+AUGER I get Nothing.Used a power tester to check the VAC+NEUTRAL and it works. So I believe the issue is AFTER the power board in the door panel dispenser assembly. I don't know where to look. INFO: This occurred after a Family Member with OCD visited and was trying to get one ice cube out of the dispenser by banging the heck out of the dispenser lever. Next day the freezer lights went out and it stopped dispensing ice. Any Idea where I can look Next? Servo, Fuse, another circuit? Please, the men in the white coats will be coming for me soon! :))

Bubu for Model Number GLRS267ZAW6 Part: 241708102

ANSWER Bubu, The first thing that you will want to check is the wire harness connection at the door. Make sure that there are no loose or broken wires or connections. Once you verify this then you will want to do voltage test on the board. When you jump the board there may be power going to the components but the components may be bad. You will want to check to make sure that you are getting voltage going out of the board by checking L1 to each component for 120 vac. If there is not 120 vac then the power board would be bad. If there is at each component 120 vac then you will want to check each component to make sure that it is receiving the signal. If not then you will need to find the open wire. If it is getting power to the component then you will need to replace the component. 

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Thursday, April 11, 2013

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