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ULine 2175RF Digital Touch Controller not responding.

Unit displays 45 deg. F, but does not respond to any touches. LED above the controls such as On/OFF, up and down temp, and light control do not go on when touched. Light is on. Temp display is on.
Tried cycling power with no luck. Any idems?

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  • ktdual Feb 02, 2009

    I have a U-line CLRCO2175 with the same problem. Digital touch display shows 40 degrees and none of the other commands work. Refrigerator is cool and ice maker is working just no control over temp or other functions.

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You will need to remove the grill. Unplug the unit, Then on the control board you will see 4 wire with a black connector. Unplug that and plug it in 4 or 5 times. Make sure you dont bend the pins. Then plug the connector back in and plug unit back in. You should have better response on the display. They have a special coating and the pins needs to be cleaned this way.

Posted on May 14, 2009

  • Charlie Sierra Dec 25, 2012

    Thank you so much Rich Wright! We were having the same problem; this worked; and saved Christmas!

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