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Kitchenaid superba ksra22fkss00 side by side fridge. The freezer temperature too cold.


Even though the freezer thermistor passes the test, it's bad. The test only sees if the thermistor is open circuit or grounded. These thermistors can send bad information to board. Replace the freezer thermistor and I think that will solve your issue. Good Luck

Aug 27, 2017 | KitchenAid Refrigerators

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Just replaced motor on the Aquarius hotpoint


F03 Front thermistor open or
short circuit.
• Check security of module connector J12;
• Test from connector pins (approximately 500 Kohms);
• If open or short circuit, test thermistor and wiring between
thermistor and J12 to locate fault.

Sep 16, 2014 | Washing Machines

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GE GSL25JFXLB (250 cu ft) Side by Side Refrigerator


your thermistors are way out of range even at that temperature you say,put each thermistor in a glass of ice water for 5 minutes,then remove the J1 connector from the main board and check with an ohm meter set on 20k ohm between the thermistors common terminal #5 and the other pin terminals all thermistors tested this way should be about 16k ohms when tested this way,if not replace them

Feb 11, 2013 | GE GSL25JFXLB (250 cu ft) Side by Side...

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How test a thermistor


Hi jorge

Hi
To test your thermistor you will need:
Soldering iron
Multimeter or ohmmeter
Follow the directions below to test your thermistor
1...Set the multimeter to resistance mode lowest setting.
2...Hook up the terminals of the multimeter to leads on the thermistor.
It does not matter which lead goes to the terminals, polarity is not important in this test.
3...Heat the soldering iron then heat the thermistor by moving your heated soldering iron tip to it.
Note: Check the multimeter reading as you are applying this heat.
A properly functioning positive temperature coefficient thermistor will show a smooth and steady increase in the multimeter
resistance reading.
A properly functioning negative temperature coefficient thermistor will show a smooth and steady decrease in the multimeter
resistance reading.
4...Look for other signs that the thermistor is faulty.
A steady reading that does not change, a reading of zero or a reading of infinity are all indications that the thermistor needs to
be replaced.
If the change in the readings is not smooth or if there is not any change, then this could also indicate a faulty thermistor.
Please take time to rate me.
Bud

Oct 31, 2012 | Dryers

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Heater has been tested but does not heat


Hi.

Check the thermistor, it is connected in line with the heater. If thermistor reads open at the multimeter set on impedance, there will be no power to heater. Depending on model there may be more than one thermostat (thermistor and cut-off). If the problem is not a thermostat, check wiring and test the control module.

Regards.

Ginko

Aug 06, 2011 | Zanussi Dishwashers

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The back of the fridge is frozen and food is not getting cold anymore


Try this first:

Self Diagnostics

To enter Self Diagnostic mode, both temperature control panel displays must be illuminated. A display can be illuminated by pressing an adjacent temperature adjustment button. When both displays are illuminated, set the freezer and refrigerator temperature settings to 5. Simultaneously press and hold all

4 temperature adjustment buttons for approximately 3 seconds. A flashing 0 in the refrigerator and freezer displays will indicate that the refrigerator is in Self Diagnostic mode.

For temperature control panels with single-digit displays, the COLDER temperature adjustment button will increment the numbers up and the WARMER temperature adjustment button will increment the numbers down. Use the freezer temperature adjustment buttons to enter the test code number in the freezer display. Use the refrigerator temperature adjustment buttons to enter the test code number in the refrigerator display. When a test code has been entered, the displays will flash to confirm the test. Press the HOLD button for 3 seconds to begin the test.


For temperature control panels with 3-digit displays, the COLDER temperature adjustment button will increment the numbers down and the WARMER temperature adjustment button will increment the numbers up. Use the freezer temperature adjustment buttons to enter the test code number in the freezer display. Use the refrigerator temperature adjustment buttons to enter the test code number in

the refrigerator display. When a test code has been entered, the displays will flash to confirm the test

code. Press any button other than a temperature adjust button to begin the test.

When testing has been completed, do one of the following things:

• Enter code 1 5 to completely reset the system.

• Enter code 1 6 to exit diagnostic mode. The temperature control panel is reset automatically.

• Unplug the refrigerator for at least 10 seconds. Test mode will terminate when the refrigerator is plugged back in.
Test mode will terminate automatically after 15 minutes of inactivity.


You need to cycle your freezer display to indicate 0 and your refrigerator display to 7.


Control and Sensor System Self-Test (0 7)

This test checks all five thermistors located throughout the unit. Once the test is initiated, the test code (0 7) will stop flashing and the thermistor test results will appear on the freezer display in the test order listed below. The thermistor test sequence number will not be shown on the display.

If the unit is not equipped with the Quick Chill option, the third thermistor (quick chill) will display a 0 and 3 audible beeps will sound at the temperature control panel. This is not a failure if the unit is not equipped with the Quick Chill option.

Thermistor test results:

• P = Pass

• 0 = Failed

• S = Short to 5 VDC

• B = Bad amplifier

Thermistor test sequence is:

1. Fresh food top thermistor

2. Fresh food bottom thermistor

3. Quick chill thermistor (displays 0 if unit is not equipped with Quick Chill option)

4. Evaporator thermistor

5. Freezer thermistor

Note: Thermistor test results will be displayed in the sequence shown above. The thermistor test sequence number will not be shown on the display.


Note the failures if any. Should ANY of thermistors fail you must replace it.


Having said that... at this point your stick with doing a manual defrost by unplugging the unit and directing a fan into the compartment for just over 2 hours to make sure ALL of the ice on the coils and in the drains has melted. (Yes it makes a water mess!)


After the manual defrost restart the unit / plug it in and once the compressor starts listen for the evaporator fan when the door switch is actuated and the condenser fan in the bottom of the unit any time the compressor is running. If either of the fans are not running you must find out why. Can be a door switch, motor winding or power to the motor. The door switch does not affect the condenser fan.


Finally if the unit is not automatically defrosting due to a component failure... i.e

Heater, themistor, or wiring you will see ice build up again in 2 to 3 days again and you will have to keep going through the manual defrosting routine until the automatic defrosting problem is resolved.


Thanks for choosing FixYa.

Kelly

Mar 27, 2011 | GE Profile Stainless Bottom-Freezer...

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Control lights ( temperature readings etc ) are consistently blinking on and off, accompanied with a beeping sound


Main control board is over
temperature. Look for blocked condenser air flow or inoperative condenser fan motor.
Refrigerator over 48°F or
freezer over 15°F for 3 hours.
Run diagnostics and test operation of all components.
Both thermistors failed.
Run diagnostics and test thermistors and thermistor leads.
No feedback from evaporator fan
motor. Run diagnostics and test fan motor and/or wiring. The manual is HERE

Jan 29, 2010 | KitchenAid KSSC48QMS Side by Side...

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GE PROFILE REFRIGERATOR MOTHER BOARD PROBLEMS i REPLACED THE MOTHERBOARD AND IT STILL DOSEN'T KEEP THE PROPER TEMPERATURE. It varies from 36 to 45 degrees.


Go into the diagnostic mode on your touch display .
1) . Press any button on the display 1 time except the temp adjust buttons.
2) Press the temp up and down on both the freezer AND refrig (all 4 at the same time)
3) when 0's show , release the buttons and press any button except for the temp adjust buttons .
4) NOW , fress the temp adjust buttons until the freezer side displays 0 and the refrig side displays 7 . 0 and 7 is for the thermistors test .
5) After 0 and 7 display , press any button again except temp adjust , and this will start the thermistor check .
6) You will have 7 thermistor tests , indicated on the refrig display , starting at 1 , then 2 then .......
7) The feezer display will tell for the corresponding thermistor , indicated by the refrig display , if the thermistor p = pass , s = short , b = bad (replace board)

After determining if or which thermistor is bad , then adjust the display to 1 on freezer display and 6 on the refrig display . This ends the testing procedure and resets the refrig back to normal .

Sep 26, 2009 | GE Profile PFCS1NJWSS Stainless Steel...

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Whirlpool duet dryer runs and heats well for 4-5 minutes then shuts off. it has a light that flashes E1. what is the problem??


E1 THERMISTOR OPEN "E1" flashes if the thermistor is open.

Check your wire connections on your thermistor and your control board. If they (connections) are good you should replace your thermistor. If you would like more detailed instructions in performing the "THERMISTOR TEST" post back here and I will find you a manual or find a way to scan you mine. Or, you can merely remove the top of your dryer and inside you will find the TECH SHEET giving you detailed instructions on this test and many more.

Cheers
Dave

Jun 07, 2009 | Whirlpool GEW9250 Electric Dryer

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