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Fisher & Paykel E372B


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#1 NewZealand

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 01:32 AM

Hey guys from New Zealand. I hope this is the right place for the following:

When I open the fridge on model E372B it starts beeping non stop until the fridge door closes. I have searched the net and come across this site. Is there a service manual online or anywhere I can find out what the fault is.

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 09:35 AM

It may be a bad Controller

The beeper is used to signal prolonged door opening and other fault conditions:
1. If the door is left open longer than 90 seconds, the alarm will sound.
This will repeat every 30 seconds until the door is closed.

2. If the doors are left open longer than 5 minutes, the alarm will sound continuously and the PC light will turn off.
The alarm will stop with the closing of the door.

3. All electronic faults, when detected, will sound the alarm and the L.E.D.’s on the display module will flash indicating the fault code.
The pressing of any button will cancel the alarm but the fault code will remain until the cabinet has been serviced.

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 02:05 PM

Thanks for that. We have finally worked out that it is a F17 fault as it does 17 beeps then stops.

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Posted 14 January 2011 - 02:22 PM

I don't know if the number of beeps determine the fault code

L.E.D.’s on the display module will flash indicating the fault code

Display Code: 17
Reason: The FC fan is drawing less current than expected. Either the wiring is open circuit or the fan is faulty.
Primary Action: Check FC fan wiring and connections at both fan and power module.
Secondary Action: Check fan. If faulty, replace

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