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Re: EE Flashing in the in the humidity LED indicator
Hello rich784, Welcome,
You said, unit is working but I'm not getting a % read out in the LED indicator, so I can not tell what the humidity is in the unit.
I called Haier and I got nothing but a big run-around
Let me see if I can help! 1.Turn the unit off. 2. Pull the plug out. 3.wait 5 minutes with the plug out! 4.plug back in after at least 5 minutes. This reboot should have cleared your EE code and reset you system ! Because the unit still runs and is cold, this told me you may have a glitch in the electronic system. Let me know how it goes. I'm hopeful this is solved!
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I have a E521TRT as well. It seems to beep incessantly overnight on humid days. My "fix" is to turn it off for a couple of hours, possibly pressing the button inside. It does seem to display error codes on the thermometer LED indicators. Attached is a photo. Product code is 32105-A. Be great if there was a service manual which explained all this.
a flashing display is how samsung shows error codes. try and draw a picture of which segments of the display is flashing. think of the figure 8 and then try to show which part of the 8 is being shown. that is how we can tell what error code needs fixed.
An EE error code means that you have loose connections (loose temperature sensor connections) check all the wires for a loose connection temperature touch pad the units main control board the control board is in the back of the unit there is a panel covering in the middle lower back near the compressorInside your unit on the left side in the lower rear theres a vented piece of plastic pry that off thats the temperature sensor make sure all the connections are tight If the error does not clear then your temperature sensor is faulty you can get a new sensor at www.repaiclinic.com.or or at www.appliancepartspros.com hope this helped Good Luck!
I have read that if you unplug the unit and plug it back in again, it will "reset" it. I would wait 15 or so minutes before replugging just to be sure. Of course, this solution doesn't preclude the problem from happening again - sounds like a manufacturing defect to me.
Some precautions before diagnosing the icemaker optics system since there are two different sets of emitter-receiver optics boards and therefore two entirely different procedures for emitter-receiver optics board diagnosis. This could get really tricky especially when the appropriate tech sheet isn’t handily available. To determine which optics diagnostic procedure should be employed, open the freezer door and observe the right side (mullion or partition side) LED status light. If the red LED is NOT flashing two repeating pulses, this usually indicates the older style emitter-receiver optics boards are used and its specific diagnosis procedure should be employed. But then again, this could also mean that the new optics system IS used but the icemaker just happens to be in the harvest mode - OR - the LED (optics receiver) has failed in some bizarre twist of fate. However, keeping the above cautions in mind, we can assume that normally the older emitter-receiver optics system will NOT have its red LED status light flashing each time the freezer door is opened, while the NEW style optics WILL have its red LED status light double pulsing at each door opening.
Daniel, first check the harness that comes out of the freezer door bottom. Make sure it that is is connected right and there are no wires broken or pinched. Then check the dispenser board connectors. On the back right there is a main mother board. On harness J4, top left, 5 pin harness, check for a steady 12V DC voltage on pins J4-1 and J4-2, numbers reads from left to right. If you have this voltage, replace the dispenser control board. If you don't replace the main mother board. Catriver..post back.