Question about Refrigerators
It is buried in the insulation in the back of the freezer. Usually there is paper covering the insulation with an arrow indentation directing you where to start your dig. Since you do not have that , I would start in the center and work out in a circle. Once you have completed your repair, you can fix back with foam insulation and the silver, foil tape.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
The E2 error indicates the failure of a temperature sensor in the freezer. Unfortunately this is foamed in and cannot be changed. Bosch has modified the main control board for these appliances which bypasses the temperature sensor.
There is no work around for this appliance.
It doesn't just cut out the sensor, it also has new software that performs the defrost in a different manner.
However for a 12 yrs old machine the replacement board may be expensive at £140.84
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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