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Display is showing I/M sensor code. What does this

Display is showing I/M sensor code. Unit will not cool as a result. What does this mean and where is the I/M located?

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We would need more info as the model & make ..

however you could try replacing the heat sensor at the flip side of the machine..

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Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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IE on screen what does that mean?


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Hi, here are the error codes and meanings for your Refrigerator

Error Code, All Error Codes will have an ER on the left side, followed by the error on the right:
Er IF - Icemaker Fan Error - This can be caused by frostaccumulation on or around the icemaker fan. Unplug the unit for 3-4hours to allow this to melt off. If error code persists, call CustomerService.
Er FF - Freezer Fan Error - This can be caused by frost accumulationon or around the freezer fan. Unplug the unit for 3-4 hours to allowthis to melt off. If error code persists, call Customer Service.
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The error code E:EE means the breadmaker thinks the temperature is too cool i.e below 59 degrees F or 15 degrees Celsius.
As you say the temperature is actually 65 degrees - then this means that the temperature sensor on the Bread maker has failed and will need to be replaced.

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