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First check to see if you have proper air flow through the evaporator. If the fan in the evaporator is not working it needs replaced. Often I have found the most common problem to this syptoms described is the freezer overstuffed and air flow is blocked by product. Frozen food need space between items for air to circulate and the inlet on outlet vents on the evaporator need to be unblocked.
while your at it go ahean and look at the condensing coils under your refrigerator, if you have exposed coils these need to be cleaned also. This last step has little to do with your syptoms described, but while you are messing with your refrigerator, condensing coil cleaning should be done at least every year. If you have the type of unit where the condensing coil is in the wall of the casing, then ignor this step. It does not apply to you.
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Good morning friend, I appreciate your post!
I understand that you are trying to diagnose and repair your Frigidaire air conditioner, FAC107P1A. Could you describe what your appliance is doing so that I can assist you better in pinpointing the problem before any additional steps are taken. I have provided the link to where you could find additional information regarding a manual for your air conditioner as you have requested as well. I look forward to assisting you. -Matt Frigidaire Manual Search Results
it sounds like a lambda sensor issue, the lambda sensor is located on the exhaust manifold, it controls the emisions, it also controls the air/fuel mixture to control the emisions, if it is faulty it could cause the engine to surge like you describe
Here is a step-by-step guide to fixing the red lights error on your Xbox 360:
Step One - Contact Microsoft
Without knowing the exact details of your console, when and where you purchased it, and where you live, I cannot tell you for sure if you still have a warranty on your console. However, if your console is less than 2 years old you should be in with a chance at getting it fixed or replaced under warranty.
If you live in the USA then ring 1-800-4MY-XBOX (1-800-469-9269) If you are not in the USA then visit Microsoft.com and find your local service provider (this will be available under the support section of the website)
When you get hold of Microsoft tell them that you have the red lights error on your console, and state the following:
1. Whether there are any extra error codes on your console (like the e73 or e74)
2. How long you have had your console for, when you purchased it, and from where.
3. Provide your details when requested so that you can have a return box sent to you.
When you receive the return box, package up your console (minus the hard drive, remove any disks from the drive, and don't send back your controllers either) and send it back to Microsoft. You should then receive a refurbished console that is working properly within a couple of weeks.
If your warranty has expired then Microsoft are under no legal obligation to fix your console, and they will charge you around $150 to have it fixed. If you can get it fixed for free, take this route, if not then continue to Step 2.
Step 2 - Fixing Your Xbox 360 Yourself
Now that the "red ring of death" error has entered the lexicon of all modern gamers, you have much more resources at your disposal to be able to fix it yourself. Provided you can use a screwdriver, and can confidently follow video instructions then you can fix it yourself. If not you are going to have to pay to get someone else to do it.
I would recommend that you purchase an X-Clamp repair kit which is an inexpensive way to ensure you have the parts required to perform the job safely. These are very common and are extremely effective.
The following video instructions very accurately describe and show how to use virtually any X Clamp kit:
Incorrectly using an X-Clamp repair kit could damage your console and leave you even more out of pocket. If you don't understand the above instructions 100%, or have never had any kind of "hands on" technical work before, you should seriously consider having Microsoft fix your console.
You could also consider using the heat gun method that is described in most Xbox 360 repair guides- this is less likely to work successfully and permanently (although success rates are still around 80%) However, it is much easier to do than using the X-Clamp, and therefore warrants your attention.
DO NOT attempt the "bodge job" repair known as the towel wrap trick. This may work temporarily but will result in permanent damage to your console, and could even spark an electrical fire.
By following the instructions above you will be able to fix your Xbox 360 and get rid of the red lights.
HI, I did some checking and you can't repair that yourself. I found this on the net for you:
Thank you for using the Step-by-Step Solutions and Repair Tool. The problem with your product appears to be something
you cannot fix yourself. We recommend that you send your product to an authorized Kodak repair center for evaluation.
The terms of your warranty are described in your User's Guide. If your product is within the warranty period specified,
you must provide a proof of purchase to receive warranty coverage. If you do not provide a proof of purchase,
you will be charged for the repair.
NOTE: Warranty coverage does not include products that have been dropped or exposed to liquid. If your product shows
evidence of this, your warranty will be void and you will be charged for repairs.
If your product is within the warranty period, having it serviced or altered in any way by a non-authorized party will void the
warranty for that repair occurrence.
I am also giving you the link to the main page for Kodak in case you want to send it to them for repair or get more information.
You may want to look at Auto Zone web site, the vehicle repair guide. It described how to change the valve cover. You could also go to the public library and check out the Auto repair section and photo copy the section with valve cover. Also advance auto web site also have a vehicle repair guide section. You can check it out and decide if this something you want to get involve in. It describe ever step that is involve.
Yes, I think you have a problem that can be fixed easily by a repair technician. The sound as you described it could have come from the air circulation fan in the freezer compartment striking ice. As the ice builds up it could have stopped the fan from rotating and air flow to the refrigerator compartment.