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I hope you remember me and the issues you were helping me with. Thank you so much for checking in to see how I was going. Unfortunately I have been off the scene for a while due to this computer of mine. I haven't had any luck with the hot fix as they never ever responded to any of my mails. I am now wondering if they are receiving my requests. I am going to try again as soon as I finish this message to you. I am ever so appreciative of you checking in like you did. I have been very concerned that I couldn't let you know what was happening after you going to all that trouble for me. I hadn't forgotten your kindness but this 'lovely' computer wasn't being at all helpful.
I will let you know should I get a response this time. I hope I am sending them the correct information. Oh to be more computer literate. LOL. Take care my friend.
Hi! VERY glad to hear from you - I was afraid that I had done something that had "scared you off". Of course I remember - I have checked back periodically to see if you had contacted FixYa at all to try to contact you again.
If you need help contacting MS, post back and I will help you with making sure the link is right and so on.... Still here and hoping all is well (or it will be) -:) - Thanks so much.
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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Sep 23, 2017 | Computers & Internet
Hi friend, thank you for your post!
From my understanding you would like to know what an "H1" fault code stands for inside of your Frigidaire refrigerator. I was unable to locate an "H1" instead I found an "HI". "HI" stands for high temperature inside the freezer compartment. I would check to make sure you are still getting cold air inside of your freezer. If not you may want to change the temperature on the inside do remember any temperature changes take 24-36 hours to stabilize. If this is not the issue you may want to reset your refrigerator and to do that you can disconnect the power cord for roughly ten minutes. If power is restored and you continue to experience issues I would suggest consulting with a professional technician for a diagnosis to be completed. I hope this is helpful information. -Matt
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