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Some fan making a loud noise. When open either

Some fan making a loud noise. When open either of the doors, sound disappears. Once door closed again, noise starts up again. Display reading ER FF. What does this mean?

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It sounds like it is probably your evaporator fan, seeing as that fan will cycle off when the door is open, and resume when you close the door. Either some how something got in to it, or it is going bad. Hope this helps

Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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