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Re: Bad Temperature Controller
You can go to either aJohnstone Supply, United refrigeration, or baker supply, Insco Distributing, refrigeratin hardware supply company( they shio it from eithe dunver or someshere in california
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the temperature control is bad. when you push the fast freeze it bypasses the thermostat for 12-24 hours depending on which model you have. I am not able to find any parts information with the model number provided but you should be able to find a temperature control at any local appliance parts house or online thru any reputable supplier. Thnaks Peyton
the "e" usually means it has an error. it could be a bad temperature thermistor or a bad control board. the most likely is the board. i hope you are less then 1 year old as the board can be quite pricey, about 150 bucks. you could try to unplug the unit for a few minutes and then plug back in and see if the code goes away and returns to the cooling mode.
simple stuff, you have a compressor a stat and power. check the receptacle to be sure you have 120 volts . then check the compressor with stat at max cold setting to see if you have 120 volts at compressor. if you do then compresssor is bad =new compressor or new unit. if no power to compressor then stat is bad= new stat. i always recomend new unit cause new stat or compressor wont fix a freon leak.... i have replaced a few compressors that died soon after due to a freon leak. good luck...