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Re: energy selecter swich
Do the lights come on when the door is opened? If not you have lost 12vdc to the circuit board. If they do come on and the heating element will get hot but the refrigerator will not cool and same result on LP gas then you more than likely have a bad cooling unit.
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Your fridge may have an optional energy saver switch set to on. This turns on & off the heater strips along doors and other key locations.
When set to ON (or the Energy Saving position), energy savings is realized as it powers down the heaters that are designed to evaporate the condensation that can naturally form there - especially in warmer / humid weather conditions.
Slide the switch to OFF to to disable energy savings and have to pay for additional power to operate these heaters. You may find that you need only select this position at certain times of the year. Experiment to see if you can enjoy savings during the other times of the year.
No, the thermostat will try to keep the temperature within just a few degrees from what you select. But too much frost, will cost extra energy, because it takes longer to reach the temperature selected.
that will be the fuel pump or injector relay ( should be 2 there on left fuel pump right injection system) eather way if one not working engine will not start. if it is clicking then it needs to be changed.
This refrigerator is equipped with a control system, which can automatically select the most suitable energy source which is available, either 120 Volt AC or LP gas operation. The refrigerator can be operated in either the AUTO mode (thermostat factory preset below the safe food storage temperature) or MANUAL mode (continuous operation - no thermostat control).
NOTE: Under certain cool weather conditions, the food in the lower portion of the fresh food compartment may freeze if operated for an extended period of time on the MANUAL mode.
A. A 12 volt DC supply must be available for the electronic control to function. The refrigerator will work down to 9.6 volt DC.
B. Press the main power ON/OFF button (1) to the DOWN position.
B. In AUTO mode operation, the temperature is controlled by a single temperature setting, on the energy source selected by the control system. (See Auto Mode)
C. In MANUAL mode operation, the refrigerator will run continuously on the energy source selected by the control system. (See Manual Mode)
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There is a defrost element installed in the cabinet that is designed to keep condensation (which would lead to icing) from forming on the surface of the fridge. This is normal and there is no switch to turn this off completely.
Your fridge might have an "Energy Saver" switch inside the fridge compartment that you can turn "ON" to reduce the usage of the cabinet heating elements. Turning the switch "ON" turns off the heaters or reduces their power draw; Turning the energy saver switch "OFF" means the heaters are running all the time, thus consuming more energy, etc.
The heaters installed by the dispenser panel are usually not connected to the energy saver circuit, but it varies depending on models and year of manufacture. Either way, it is nothing to worry about as it normal part of the operation of your fridge.
This is normal. Modern frost free fridges have heaters built into the front edge of the cabinet to help keep the accumulation of surface condensation and excessive ice build up on the door edges inside the freezer and fridge.
It is nothing to worry about, but you might have an energy saver switch inside the fridge section that you can turn "on" to turn OFF the heaters (energy saver means the power using heaters would be OFF when the energy saver is "on", turning it "off" means the heaters are ON.
But not all fridges have a switch to turn off the heaters, so don't worry, just accept it and don't buy a new fridge until you need to.
Door edges being warm is caused by what is called mullion heaters that operate to prevent humidity from condensing at these points. Some refrigerators have an energy saver switch. Turn this switch if you have one to the energy saving position when the humidity is low. Is anything freezing in the refrigerator? If so setting the controls to a little higher setting may solve your problem.
ALL ENERGY STAR APPLIANCES HAVE A "ENERGY-STAR LABEL" USUALLY LOCATED ON OR NEAR THE MODEL AND SER. NUMBER TAG OR LABEL. CHECK ON THE BACK OR INSIDE THE REFRIGERATOR WHERE THE COLD CONTROLS ARE LOCATED.