Question about Refrigerators
You probably have a burnt out fuse. Unfortunately, it is hardwired to the motherboard. LGs solution is to take it to an authorized dealer, they will replace the motherboard for $270 part and labor. The other solution is to take off the panel in the back of the refrigerator unplug the connections from the Motherboard and disconect the it from the 4 corner pins. You will see the fuse at the bottom of the board (mine was definately burnt out). I took it to an electronics shop. They identified the fuse as a 15A / 125 v fast blo. suggested replacing it with 15 A / 125 v slow blo ceramic fuse ($1.25). They also sold me two fuse holder clips. Used soldering Iron after viewing a Utube instructional video to take out the bad fuse and install the clips (took one of the 2 prongs off and had to file the other to fit in hole) with solder. Snapped in the ceramic fuse and reinstallded in back of the refrigerator. Plugged it in and all systems are go!
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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