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Super freeze light is flashing continus

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I have tried the above solution without success. The only solution to the problem that works is to empty the fridge/freezer switch it off and allow it to do a full defrost. Then switch it on again. This appears to have sorted the problem

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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i have just fixed my fridge freezer by following the instruction from KarenBa and GWoman i have also managed to stop the lights (super cool and super freeze) from flashing by turning the temperature to zero on both fridge and freezer so they turn off then holding both super buttons down for about 15 seconds then turning the temperature back up. hope this helps

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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This is probably because you turned off the fridge at the mains (to defrost??). To stop the flashing lights and to restore normal operation, turn both the Supercool and Superfreeze knobs counterclockwise to "off" and then back to the operating position. Thats all!

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Unplug it for 30 seconds and plug it in again to see if it will reset.

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my hotpoint quadrio is causing problems the fidge part is no longer cooling the light is coming on but thast is all what can cause this. can anyone help

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