Hello My name is Ian ~ I am not on the site constantly so please be patient whilst waiting for responses to you queries
This is a fairly common problem with this type of refrigerator, the loom is embedded within the door and its insulation, however once you are on line come back to me and I'll explain what to do to try and rectify the problem ~ Ian
OK good morning, are you at all handy with a thin blade screwdriver and can you use a multimeter?
OK basically, technically unless you are very unlucky the likely hood of there being an actual break in the cable within the insulation is low (it doesn't move) so you have to check the cabling from display module to top hinge connector first. Unit off please. If you carefully feel around the outer frame of the display you will feel little screwdriver indents. Protecting the door (piece of rag or similar) flick the frame off from top to bottom or visa versa until you have access to the pcb. Come back to me when this is done ~ Ian
Take your time gently gently
OK you now have to check the continuity between the bottom connectors and those that come out at the top at the hinge area. Come back to me when you have completed this with any result, initially just do bottom connector to top connector with the plugs disconnected from the sockets in the hinge block area
Well depends how far you want to go, when you metered them out did you do it from the front of the connector or the back and at the top did you disconnect the cables at the plug socket area?
OK in that case you will need to get a new door assy, I cant find you a price as they are showing up as obsolete on the largest supplier of parts in the UK. However if you want me to see if one is available I will be able to do this on Monday for you, can you tell me which colour it is as its available in white and silver/stainless.
The loom piece is not available as a separate part, you cant replace it anyway with it being foamed into the door ~ Ian
Its a sealed unit sadly you cant get into the door, if you are able I would chop of the four defective wires near the plugs and see if is actually the crimp pin that is faulty, ie chop off near the plug and then recheck continuity, you might be able to reterminate the pins ~ its far more likely to be faulty at the hinge end as the continual opening a closing sometimes caused the wires to break there. Could you now kindly rate my service to you using the smiley faces below, this allows me to close the job down but also lets you ask further questions at no extra cost, if you need me to find the cost of a new door ping me on here - thanks for the question and enjoy the rest of you weekend ~ Ian
If I were you Les I would take the top hinge
sorry take the top hinge off and take out the wires thro the slot and then see if you can find the breaks, you can always solder them and shrink wrap them once done and try that. Certainly worth a shot. Could you rate my service now, I will find the cost of a new door in the morning and come back to you with the part number and price once I have it ~ Ian