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Fisher & Paykel E372B


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#1 Joseph Strevens

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Posted 25 July 2013 - 09:05 PM

My Fisher & Paykel E372B has started randomly beeping.

Every couple of days it starts beeping (without having opened the door).

The control panel has a flashing led behind the lower door panel. No other leds are flashing.

Opening and closing doors doesn't help.

Pressing the = button stops the beeping but the flashing led continues.

the fridge and freezer still feel about the right temp.

 

a list of fault codes/service manual would be much appreciated!

thank you!



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#2 J5

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Posted 26 July 2013 - 02:30 AM

its failed defrost

 

remove the control module from the rear of the unit next to the conpressor

 

remove the defrost connector brown wires

 

measure ohms , about 150 ohms

 

if you dont read anything then failed defrost element

 

if you do read 150 ohms then look at fans , particularly fridge fan in the bottom rear of the fridge behind the panel , looking for broken wire






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