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Frigidaire FFHS2311LW2 not cooling


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#1 prairiestr

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 02:44 PM

Plugged in reefer, started up, control set at 5 and 5, compressor, cond. fan, evap. fan all woking.
1 hour or so later, freezer temp -10, refrig +40. Control showing 5 freezer, Flashing 4 reefer.
A few hours later, freezer temp. +40, reefer +50, compressor off (cool to touch), cond fan off, evap fan on, control showing freezer 5, reefer flashing 4.
Unplugged for 1 min. re-connected power, all running correctly and cooling.
Checked several hours later, comp. off and cool, cond fan off, evap fan on, control shows 5 freezer, flashing 4 reefer, all warm.
Sound like a control problem?

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 03:35 PM

Start up Test
At the time the product is connected to line voltage it will run a self test.
If all components pass a your set points will appear in the display.
If there is a failure you will see a fault code appear in the display.
Test 1 - Evaporator fan motor. Alternating E in food display F in freezer display indicates test failed.
Test 2 - Freezer Thermistor. Flash 2 or 3 if failed test
Test 3 - Food Thermistor. Flash 2 or 3 if failed test
Flash “2” Thermistor is open
Flash “3” Thermistor is sensor shorted
Test 4 - Damper - Flash "4" in food display indicates the damper test failed

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Posted 02 January 2012 - 08:00 PM

Thank you! This info should get me there.




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