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I've done some research on your issue and it seems that should only happen if the temperature sensor goes bad, or the evaporator sensor. Each of the two parts cost less than 30 pounds each, so may be less expensive than tossing out the whole thing.
Try browsing to shop (dot) aeg (dot) co (dot) uk Then in the search at the top right, type in "santo" and look for the two sensors and decide if it would be worth a try.
We have the same fridge, and I could not find my model either!
The label is hidden on the bottom of the top part on the left side, you need to take the veggie tray out to see it. I spent about 3 hours finding the model on the net, and in the manual it said where to look lol.
This mysterious model is the AEG SANTOS 3895-6 KG AKA S3895-6 KG productnumber 928405123-- last two digits can be 00-33.
We had the same problem, solution: press and hold the ON button for minimum of 3 seconds. The fridge switches off. Wait 10 seconds and repress the same button. That´s the quick fix.
To make it go away completely switch off fridge, pull out plug, and thoroughly clean the air vents on the back below using compressed air. After this the problem went away permanently.
Good practice to airclean every 6 or 7 months. You can find the manual for the S3895-6 KG on http://www.electrolux-ui.com:8080
as rwsummers correctly points out replace this part as from uk i bought it from maplins £3.31 part no N74CN 1UF 275V de-solder the two points on rear of pcb and re-solder new part in place and reassemble turn on power and "voila" works like new. Thanks.
Check the damper between the fridge and freezer. It may be broken or frozen open. If this happens and you have a water reservoir in the fridge then it could freeze and crack - leak and then flood your house... Shut off the water supply until you get the problem fixed.
hi tracy, think its possibly better getting a repair guy in as this fault is not streight forward. possibly a fault in the defrost circuit, or freezer fan not functioning, or possibly a leak in the system. all theese areas need testing equiptment.