Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fridge freezing
Low freon charge will cause the compressor to run continuously, as it never reaches the set temperature. This will also cause excessive ice buildup as well. I am assuming this little fridge doesn't have an automatic defrost. If it does look at that next. You didn't say, but does it reach proper temperature? Go to the back where the compressor is. Feel the lines coming out of the compressor. the low pressure, or larger one, it may have insulation around it, should be cold. If you cant tell (sometimes these small compressors they look the same size) its the line leading inside the freezer. Feel about 1 foot away from the compressor, if possible. Next feel the high or small pipe, this one is going to the outside coil. This should be very warm, but not cool and not real hot. This goes for the compressor too. A 134A system sometimes is very hot when low on freon.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
I had probably the same problem. After a little discussion with the factory they sent a technician as a "Good Will Gesture." The technician told me it was the control board down by the compressor. I overheard a conversation between he and his central repair office that it was a common problem. The factory would not admit it. I have a feeling the electronic control board he replace (which would have cost several hundred bucks) was probably made in China. Now I'm having more problems with my Ohio made Whirlpool side-by-side. The freezer is working fine, the fridge is not very cold. By the way, the internal lights was one of the keys to the problems.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
SOURCE: My fridge is an E442BRE
If resetting the refrigerator repeatedly is undesireable, then I would see what the alarm is for.
I checked the website for fisher & paykel and they have a nice lineup of refrigerators.
However, when I tried to look up the red and green flashing light problem in their online manuals, it didn't refer to that problem.
I would try to contact the company directly at the following link: to see what could be done
Good luck on this repair.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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