Hellow, I would like some help to determine a failure. Power supply on zone where refrigerator is, It is having several times interruption daily. If I connect to power supply, ligths and fans turn on normally, compressor work. I let refrigerator work for two hours. Unit getting cool. Then, I simulate a power supply failure cutting down it. Refrigerator has a timer to protect it when power come again, delaying its reconnection. In this moment, compressor unit can not run normally. I can heard compressor trying to start its work, but overload relay get in action, hearing a click, turning off it. In few minutes unit tries to run again but it can not do it. I have checked condenser and it work, I consider that overload relay is working perfectly. My question is: Could compressor unit in damage? Once I let refrigerator rest, an hour more or less, Once I had presumed refrigerant pressure going down, mass compressor unit temperature is low; it is plugged in later, unit start normally, inclusive make some ice cubes, one harvest of course,chill water, looks like work well. But when compressor stop for temperature or any other ordenance, compressor unit can not run, enough to warm refrigerator interior. I can hear only many cliks of overloading. I hope somebody can help me to determine the failure. Thanks.
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I understand that your refrigerator FPHC2399KF is consistently reading a power failure. It might possibly be an issue with the control board or with your power source. Because it could be a number of any one of several underlying causes, I would recommend contacting a professional to properly diagnose and repair.-Matt
I understand that you are having trouble with your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# FBHB2899LF, getting warm for several hours. One possibility this is occurring is that your refrigerator is in a defrost mode. Your refrigerator will go into defrost mode for 30 minutes, this can cause the temperatures to rise. It does take several hours for the temperature to go back down. If you would like, you can reset your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Once power is restored, keep an eye on the temperatures, to see if they are still rising as much. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your refrigerator status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.
I see that you are having trouble with your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# FFHS2313LS, beeping. There could have been a possible power failure. In the event of a power failure, the 'power fail' alarm will sound three times. The 'power fail' alarm is an audible alarm only and does not display in the control panel. I suggest resetting your appliance, by either unplugging it, or shutting the power off at your homes circuit breaker, for 2-3 minutes. When you bring power back you will hear the 'power fail' alarm again. If you notice your refrigerator still beeping, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose your refrigerator and determine why it is beeping. Hope this is helpful.
Check the circuit breaker in your household circuit box that supplies power to it. Cycle the switch there on/off several times. Next, if that doesn't help, try a light in the same outlet where the refrigerator plugs in.
Ensure the power supply is 120/22/240 VAC or 12/24 VDC power, with AC power as the preferable source. An improper power supply may result in poor performance or lack of cooling by the refrigerator.
Ensure the unit is plugged in and turned "ON" if it does not seem to be working. Check the fuse, located on the side of the inverter case.
Listen to the compressor, which is located in the rear of the unit near the bottom. If the compressor is not running,it makes a humming sound, disconnect power to the unit and contact a service technician, as either the compressor or thermostat may be defective. If the compressor is running,
Turn the temperature control dial if the refrigerator does not seem to be cold or warm enough. Number 1 on the dial is the warmest and number 5 is the coldest. After changing the temperature control dial, leave the refrigerator door closed for several hours to allow the temperature to change.
If you google fixyourboard techzone you'll find some good troubleshooting info for this type of problem. There are several possibilities and it will require a process of elimination to determine the cause. Thermistor failures and control board failures are the most common cause.