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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I called F&P customer care when my fridge did this, and apparently 11 beeps means the compressor has failed. I hope you got someone to fix your fridge! I decided to post a solution as I couldn't find one online anywhere!
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
This is a drawback of most mini-fridges. Start by defrosting everything. Then fill ice cube trays with water and keep lowering the setting until the water freezes. Just go a little lower, no more. Fridge should not freeze food. If the fridge stays closed all the time food will freeze. Also if the freezer element gets ice buildup it must be defrosted. Not automatic like home fridge. Most kids today weren't born when the last fridges that had to be defrosted were in service.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
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From what you are describing, you have a refrigerant leak. The freon has leaked from the system, The compressor will still run and evrything looks fine. To double check you will have to have someone hookup gauges to the system and verify that the charge is lost.
It may be possible to find and repair the leak. This is not always possible as some of the system is virtually inaccessible in many refrigerators.
Make sure if you do have someone repair the system that they evacuate the system very well and do a good vacum test before recharging the system.
This should help you to solve your problem.
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Posted on Nov 24, 2009
Make sure the fans are running. One is the condenser fan outside the unit near the compressor at the back. The other fan is the evaporator fan inside the freezer. You may need to hold the door switch in to make it run. If the evaporator coils behind the back wall in the freezer are iced up you may have a defrost problem.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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