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DocKent

Member Since 04 Nov 2011
Offline Last Active Nov 04 2011 02:04 PM

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Fisher & Paykel E533BRX fridge ? damaged by power surge

04 November 2011 - 02:05 PM

Our approx. 1 year old F&P E522BRX fridge appears to have been damaged after an electrical problem. During a storm the line to our home was damaged causing a loss of neutral condition. Electrician states this causes 220V current to flow to outlets usually 110V. Older stove, dishwasher and furnace also seem to have damage.
When I open fridge I have flashing red and green LEDs, cabinet light works, hear fan after closing door.
I'd like to do some basic troubleshooting before service call. User guide gives little/no info on interpreting codes.
Any "reset" functions or fuses to check? Thanks!


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