原帖由： Q N ,
Mibe is a WRS325FDAM04 with the freezer module not working. I tried the methods discussed on this thread but could not solve my issue. So I decided to “macgyver" an led module. But I had to first figure out the module voltage inputs. Believe it or not, there is a 120 VAC coming into the main module the converted to 24 VDC for the led modules. I actually measured 26 -28 VDC. So I ordered a roll of flexible water resistant led strip thru amazon. It was rated for 24 VDC , 6000K-6500K. Cut a piece of hard plastic to replace the old led board. Taped the two led strips, about 5 inches long and has 6 leds on each strip. Drilled a few holes around the strips and used small thin plastic wire ties to secure the strips to the plastic board. The led light roll cost about $10. The additional 10-pack solderless snap down connectors was $7. The plastic board was from an old chip-n-dip tray we got from dollar tree a while back. I also bought a kit of T-tap connectors but i needed it anyway. I used the t-tap connectors in case the module becomes more affordable in the near future. I'm not holding my breath on that one. All in all, this macgyvered led module works.