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When I plug in my Danby premiere dpac9009 it starts beeping and shows an error code AA and under that HA . It wont start and i have to unplug it to stop the beeping.

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SOURCE: Danby Kegerator is beeping and flashing EE and won't cool

I am having the same problem seeing if you found a fix??

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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SOURCE: I've owned it for about a year and have not had any trouble. But my Danby Kegerator just started beeping and flashing EE on the display one day and it won't cool. I had to unplug it. Any ideas

An EE error code means that you have loose connections (loose temperature sensor connections) check all the wires for a loose connection
temperature touch pad
the units main control board
the control board is in the back of the unit there is a panel covering in the middle lower back near the compressorInside your unit on the left side in the lower rear theres a vented piece of plastic pry that off thats the temperature sensor make sure all the connections are tight
If the error does not clear then your temperature sensor is faulty
you can get a new sensor at
www.repaiclinic.com.or
or at
www.appliancepartspros.com
hope this helped
Good Luck!

Posted on May 02, 2012

Sea Breeze
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SOURCE: Frigidaire fridge will not stop beeping and will not turn on

The only thing that I know could be causing the problems is the=> 5303918476 Defrost Control Board
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This part is behind the control panel inside the fresh food section where you adjust the temperatures. Let me know if you have questions, Thanks Sea Breeze
You obviously have the wrong model number listed on your post. ?? What is the correct model number listed on your model? The model mentioned in your post has mechanical thermostat and yours has didital.
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