Question about Refrigerators
HI. Most units of this nature are not protected from this type of power surge(pulse). This unit dose not have a rest feature. You can preform a manual reset by unplugging the unit for five minutes. This will force a hard reset, by draining all power. Once the five minutes have passed, simply re-introduce power to the unit, and observe the actions. If the issues persist, kindly replace the main control board.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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