5800 Temperature Sensor Cable Assembly

The instruction sheet contains discussion regarding metal sensor, refrigerator, board, cable, cord grip fitting, insulation, caution, cable connector, sensor, control panel, temperature, and temperature sensor. Many info like cord, connector, control, panel, instruction sheet, modules, instruction, cabinet, sensor cable, revision, instruction sheet, and refrigeration are explained in this instruction sheet.

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In this instruction sheet we can learn explanation about refrigeration module insulation, assembly, replacement, mounting, power cord, screw, cables, control board, fitting, supply, internal components, and sheet. Below are taken from the instruction sheet:

5800 Temperature Sensor Cable Assembly Instruction Sheet #60-4702-070 Revision D, January 14, 2013 Removal and Replacement Overview Required Parts and Tools The 5800 has two refrigeration temperature sensors, one attached to the evaporator coil to measure the evaporator temperature, and the other mounted on the refrigerator’s rear wall to measure the refrigeration air temperature. Permagum sealant Power supply cables Note Adhesive strips Figure 12: Rear view with module removed (Adhesive strips, Permagum sealant, and power cables) When installing the black molded sensor, be careful not to overtighten the cable tie on the sensor body, as internal damage could occur.

Giving more content, the instruction sheet tells the reader discussion things like power supply, wires, temperature sensor cable, power, adapter, wiring, line, module, insulation panel, coil, and module insulation.

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