58300000149520 Bosch Refrig T24ID80NLP07 Service Manual

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Model: Bosch Refrigerator T24ID80NLP07 Service Manual
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    418_58300000149520_ara_en_f Seite 3 von 139 7.13   Ice Hopper Flap is not Opening.........................................103   7.14   Frost Formation in the Dispenser Area (FD<9012)...........113   7.15   The Door Switch is not Actuating (FD<8802)....................114   7.16   Dispenser Module Buttons are not Functioning..............115   7.17   No Ice Production / Water Leakage in Appliances FD<8803 (2 nd  Water Valve Service Kit)............................................................116   7.18   Erased Button Printings on Display Module (only for Gaggenau).........................................................................................126   7.19   Burnt Dispenser Module.....................................................127   7.20   Power Modules with new Parameter for Condenser Fan Noise (only for EU Version)..............................................................128   7.21   Noise in Dispenser Area – New Water Tank Fan Motor (From FD 8908 – only for EU Version).............................................128   7.22   Noise in the Evaporator Fan – Improved Vibration Rubber (From FD8907)...................................................................................129   7.23   No Water Flow / No Ice Production – Ice Maker Water Feed Hose Protector (From FD8904).........................................................130   7.24   No Water Dispensing..........................................................131   7.25   Evaporator Fan Check List.................................................132   7.26   Security Function for Magnetic Valve (From FD9012).....133   7.27   Inverter Module Connections.............................................133   7.28   No Ice Dispensing (Crusher blades are bended).............134   7.29    Appliance Reset and No Start-Up (AU Variants)..............135   7.30   Dispenser Panel is not operating......................................136   7.31   No Cooling - Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Switches On. ..............................................................................................137   8   TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS.................138   8.1   Data Sheet...........................................................................138   8.2   NTC Sensor Values.............................................................139      418_58300000149520_ara_en_f Seite 4 von 139 1 SAFETY 1.1 Pictograms The following pictograms  are used in the repair instructions: DANGER ►  Please observe handling regulations! WARNING ►  Please observe handling regulations!   Sharp edges: ►  Wear protective gloves! Electrostatic sensitive devices! ►  Please observe handling regulations! 1.2 Safety instructions DANGER Danger to life by electric shock ►  If the appliance is faulty, the housing or frame may be live! ►  Electric shock may occur if live components are touched inside the appliance! Measures: ►  Repairs may be carried out by a qualified electrician only! The user may be put at risk and injured by improper repairs! ►  Before commencing repairs, always disconnect the appliance from the power supply! ►  If tests have to be performed while the appliance is live, always use a residual-current-operated circuit-breaker! It is crucial for personal safety and appliance function. ►  The protective conductor resistance values must never exceed the values specified in the standard! ►  When repairs are complete, perform a test in accordance with VDE 0701 (via the connector, the safety test must be conducted as described in the circuit diagrams), or the corresponding national regulations! ►  Check the protective conductor resistance, the insulation resistance and the auxiliary leakage current. The resistance values must never exceed the values specified in the standard! ►   Also check for leaks.
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