I have just purchased an lg grl207tuja american fridge freezer. The front display for the filter status is not lit is this correct, or should it only light up when the filter needs replacing. I have reset it by pressing it for the 3 seconds and this has made no difference to the display. All the other functions appesr to be ok.
Need to know before i call then out to fix. Thank you
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Just had mine repaired. Tech told me that the tempearature settings on the display panel are not EXACT science. The fridge is cooled by blowing air from the freezer to the fridge and when the sensor in fridge reached approx desired temperature, the damper is closed.
The noise you hear periodically (water dripping) is the heating rod melting the defroster (hence frost freeze), which unfortunately sometimes spills into the blower motor to fridge, causing frozen motor, causing the infamous ER FF error code and fridge failure.
I reluctantly had LG to do the energy saver fix (recall) and it replace everything that the internet users are complaining about.
The red and green basket lights are your filter status. it works on a timer from when the fridge is new or reset it. when you change a filter or just want to get rid of the rid light and make it green again, press and hold the ice type / change filter button for about 5 seconds. it will then go back to green. It will stay green for 6 months from that time when it will go red again.
We have this model and the filter is attached to the water line tubes on the outside of the machine. My husband layed ours ontop of the unit but it would depend on who installed it. If you can locate the outer tubes you should be able to find the filter.