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Frigidaire Dehumidifier FFAD7033R10 F0 Error Code Troubleshooting

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Farnk

Go for it!  I do not recall them even asking for when I purchased it.  They asked serial number and problem!

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OliverWhite

How did you explain your problem to get Electrolux to agree to replacing? Do you think that I can just say that fan and compressor run, but no water is collected? 

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Farnk

As Wombat said, the F0 must be the kiss of death. I told them I was getting an F0, had an electrician test the line voltage and they said hold on a moment.  Came back saying the unit would be replaced. Wala!

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Pi Pan
On 8/25/2016 at 1:49 PM, Helen804 said:

Hi RJ,

The sensor did look clean but I used a little steel wool on it and made it shiny. I used a tiny piece of rolled emery cloth for the inside of the sensor mount. It's been working fine for 24 hours. I decided to pull the sensor out and run it unattached to see if the problem would come back. An hour later there was a F0 code! I reattached it and it is working again. So I'm sure that was the problem. So give your sensor another try. I don't think alcohol is a good cleaner for copper. You really have to use something stronger. Brillo work, too.  

Helen804,  Thanks for your advice and information. My $300 Frigidaire dehumidifier was two steps from the landfill and then I followed your instructions for repair. It's been collecting water and running smoothly since late May. The final fix was twist tying the thermal sensor to the lowest coil. Thanks. 

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Pi Pan

Helen804,  Thanks for your advice and information. My $300 Frigidaire dehumidifier was two steps from the landfill and then I followed your instructions for repair. It's been collecting water and running smoothly since late May. The final fix was twist tying the thermal sensor to the lowest coil. Thanks. 

 

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fvm

ftr, Helen is correct. I opened the back found the black cord with the copper end, rubbed with alcohol and replaced. Working fine now.

thanks Helen!

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