Could you send me a diagram of the part #AP4501410 (PCB, Assy. Main circuit board) for my LG fridge, so that I can verify that it is the same board as is on my fridge before I order it from you? Thanks
Answer Hello Phil! The main PCB assembly EBR41531302 is located on the backside of the refrigerator. We have located a picture if you would like to reply back with your e-mail address in the question body (this will not be posted) we will be glad to send this information to your e-mail. Thanks.
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On a LG model LFC23760st refrigerator with a #AP4501410 control board this is suspicious of being bad, exactly where on the board do I check for incoming voltage to confirm the board is bad ???
There is a connector that has a fuse above it. This connection should tell at the bottom what connections it is. It should say L1 and N and when you locate these 2 connections then that is your point of testing for 120 vac to the control board.
I am replacing the main control board with a new one. There appears to be a reset button on the board. Do I push it after installing the board or not. Thank you
Answer Hello Debby,
The reset is usually only used when the unit has been in the diagnostic mode. The unit can also be reset by unplugging the unit for 3 minutes and re-connecting it to power. The reset button should not have to be pressed upon installation of a new board.
I need to know how to remove the main electronic control board fom my lg refrigerator part number EBR 41531302.
Answer Hello Sergio. Access the back of the unit and disconnect the power and remove the cover panel to access the board. Once you access it, you will remove the wires and remove the board from the unit and install the new board in reverse order.
I woke up around 5 and went downstairs to get a drink the refrigerator was working fine. Then when I woke up at 8, it had stopped working. Everything was off. I tried restarting the plugs and plugging them back in and the plugs are fine. I tried plugging something else into the plug and it worked fine. So it must be something with the refrigerator. I really need help my food is going bad and im trying not to open the refrig as much. Please help and Thank you.
Answer Hello Aeris,
The only thing the service manual says about a situation such as this is that the power supply is insufficient. You need to check the power at the outlet to see the exact voltage. Plugging something else in will not give you this information. You could also have a "loose" receptacle. If all of this is good, you will probably have to replace the main control board EBR41531302. I was going to send you some illustrated service information, but it cannot be posted on here. If you require this information, you can post a valid e-mail address and we can send it out to you.