Hi I was just changing the temperature setting on the refridgerator. Then afterwards the warning light starting flashing and there was a loud beep. I pressed the warning? light (the light on the far right) and the sound stopped, but the light is still flashing. What does this mean? What should I do.
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Hi Julie. I'm Roger. It sounds like the operating thermostat is not working When not in the fast freeze mode. Can you here a click sound from the thermostat when turning the temperature up and down short of fast freeze? We normally charge them to operate at -10 to -20 degrees. The inside temperature will normally only reach a temperature around 18 degrees warmer. The operating thermostat should allow you to regulate its temperature any where from that capability up to where you want it. See if your thermostat makes a clicking sound when adjusted. The warning light comes on because it knows the box temperature is higher than it is set for and is warning you of that. If it uses a printed circuit (PC) board, the click will dot be very loud. listen closely. Let us know how this turns out for you. We have very good refrigeration techs. here. Someone else here may have an idea too.
Hi Christie, Thanks for letting me know the model #. I was able to use that and go online and find the page in your manual that discusses temperature problems. I saw on page 10 of the manual online that the flashing lights and beeps are telling you that your oven chamber is too cold or too hot. Does your manual say the same thing on page 10? If it doesn't I can send you a copy of mine that describes your problem and what to do about it.
If so, you might have your speed warning set too low. These cars have 2 speed warnings. Speed warning 1 resets each time you turn off the ignition. Speed warning 2 is stored in the memory. It sounds like you have a problem with no.2, but it's weird because I'm pretty sure the warning has to be set to at least 3mph. Your owner's manual shows you how to set the speed warnings under "controls and equipment - driver information displays."
The temperature reading is just the ambient (outside) air temperature.
usually beeping noise is associated with warning signs (to make the
driver notice)....so perhaps the electrical connection got shorted
somehow cuz of dirt or water.....i think you should have the electrical
wiring checked at the service shop...