Question about Refrigerators
Temperature sensor WRITE E2
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: E2 fault on Bosch kgu3201
It's a thermistor error, the internal evaporator one... but disconnect the fridge and freezer ones first in turn to see if the error changes. If it is the internal one, you should see an arrow impression on the paper covering the insulation which marks the spot to dig(at the back of the freezer.) Usually this error occur when water ingresses the push on tags, shorting out the thermistor.
Now the bonus... 9 times out of 10, you don't need to buy a spare, as there will probably be nothing wrong with the error giving thermistor. Remove and fit the fridge thermistor in the place of the internal one... clean and dry the internal one you removed and refit it inside the fridge.
You will need to repair the insulation with two pack brown foam insulation and foil tape. deffinately this solution solves your problem.If you have any problem regarding this issue post comment more information about the problem.we will glad to assist you
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
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SOURCE: Marvel 61WC Wine Cooler
sorry for the delay in response time you definatly have a bad thermistor, not able to stabilze temp so it contionues run never shutting doen freezing everything, who ever repairs it (if they haven already,)make sure they put all 3 new peices in, thermistor, potentiometer, and contol box. all 3 come in one kit, 20 min to install
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
repair directory link
this is the direct link for repair service enginers just select the proper unit of yours and your area location.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
Go to this site: http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewforum&f=35
Type "Mistral Thermistor" into the search and help will be availible. You have a very common problem which is an easy fix in most cases. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
SOURCE: Hello, I have BW40 wine
There are 2 sensors in this wine cooler. Malfunction of each leads to E1 or E2 fault codes. One is easily accessible inside the fridge (small white torpedo sensor with pair of wires attached). The second but identical sensor is buried within the foam on the rear of the cooler. Unplug from mains, take of the electrics from back of cooler, take off sheet metal back and the sensor will be deep in the foam and can be replaced easily after digging out some foam. When replaced make sure the sensor is in the same place it stops the cooler icing up. Use gap-fill foam to keep insulation good. Dr_Nicholas
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
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