YUKONJACK IS RIGHT
I had the exact same problem so HERE IS THE REAL SOLUTION: The first post by schwab is only HALF CORRECT. After the board is replaced it has to be programmed from the front digital display board key "+ and - keys" There is a code on the inside of the fridge that needs to be entered using the keypad on the front for temp adjustment etc and a specific sequence to set the program. If not done properly your fridge will not work but will look like it is. Call Maytag for FREE REPLACEMENT. They did mine.
FG-Systems Engineer-I watched very closely what they did. Parts may be back ordered because EVERYONE HAS THE SAME PROBLEM
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Re: FRONT DISPLAY SHOWS (PE0-000)
Usually the owners manual would show the error codes so check there first. As for the compressor running, it "should" be cooling if the compressor is running. But lets go back a little, why was the HV board replaced?
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I recently had the identical problem after replacing the high voltage control board myself. Although display looked normal, no response to programming attempts. All I could think of was that the low voltage board under the display ppanel was also bad and was about to go out and buy it ($240 locally) when I ddecided to check its connections first. Took off the display panel, unplugged the 4 connectors, plugged them all back in. When I powered up the fridge, it responded to the programming directions and has been working normally except the ice-maker made one batch of ice and then just stopped. Now I have to try figuring that one out.
Did you check the low voltage supply going to the board? I'm pretty good with that model Only problem is I can't pull that model number up. Looks like you have an extra number or letter. You should get 16 volts from the low voltage side of transformer. Sea Breeze
Call Maytag. They are aware of the problem. When I called them last year, they sent me a new control board for free, but they didn't provide labor. We got someone out here to install the new board thru our home warranty. We paid $65 for the labor. Not sure how much Maytag will charge.
Don't be duped into thinking the display/dispenser board is the culprit. It may come a surprise, but this failure is often misdiagnosed. Because the dispenser is causing such a ruckus or because the display itself is blank or flickering, folks are led to believe that the display control board itself is the part that has failed. Looking at the history of our board evaluations, this little tiny control board rarely fails. And as crazy as it may seem, it is the main control board, aka the high voltage control of the fridge that is causing your refrigerator not to cool and the dispenser to be erratic.... This is the main control board of the refrigerator, located on the back of the unit. I've attached photos of what this main control board looks like. This main control board will need to be repaired to replaced.
French Door “ICE-2-0” Bottom Mount
Freezer Refrigerators with
Ice & Water Dispenser Maytag Models: MFI2568AEB MFI2568AEQ MFI2568AEW MFI2568AES MFI2067AEB
MFI2067AEQ MFI2067AES MFI2067AEW
Amana Models: AFI2568AEB AFI2568AEQ AFI2568AES AFI2568AEW
Ice dispenser door continually opens and closes and/or user display flashes on and off intermittently.
Power supply circuit on high voltage control board may fail.
Order and install high voltage control board kit PN 12920710. The kit includes; control board, installation and programming
instructions, return label and card for the old part.
Note: As with all Refrigerators of this type, the correct “Personality Code” must be programmed into the new control board
per the instruction sheet provided.