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Aeg fault codes

Freezer appears to operate normally but keeps showing f5 and f8 codes on display

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  • freiston Jul 18, 2008

    same here, what does error code f8 mean freezer seems to be otherwise ok



    sue

  • freiston Oct 28, 2008

    It's a while since I had this problem but found through trial and error that the problem is as the previous post says the result of loads of Ice at the top. The solution of defrosting does work but I'd like to add that you need to allow the unit to dry out totally or any moisture will start it icing up again. I left the freezer turned off with the door open for a day or two. This solved the error code and the freezer has worked fine ever since!

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    Same again f8 is on display and freezer is beeping, any help on what I should do? Many thanks Mo

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The fridge part of my appliance is not getting cold please help

Posted on Aug 05, 2009

I have this when the cooler at the top freezes completely you need to turn it off and defrost it.

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

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