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New High Voltage won't program

Has new control board,new high voltage board and a new touch pad. Followed the instructon sheet for the high voltage board and it will not program.

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I had the same problem. Disconnected the leads to the low voltage board and then simply plugged the four of them back in, making sure they were firmly seated. Powered up the fridge and it started responding to the keypad and programming. Has been working normally except that after one batch of ice, ice-maker suddenly stopped working. Now I have to figure that one out.

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If connected right have the parts person that you purchased it from warranty the part back to whirlpool as deffective and have them order an new one
it will not cost you and reinstall the new one that you get

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