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Re: fridge freezer lights flashing
The flashing red light indicates a cooling problem,you should call honest local appliance repair shop(not sears they rob you blind)one other thing to try is to unplug for 5 minutes then plug back in and see if it reset sets itself,could be just a board reset issue,let me know-mike
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Hi , ngafm at your service, If its cold and frozen it may be that the door switch that activates this light in the case that the door is ajar, is faulty. Or it may be that the temperature is dropping to slowly for you to see it by eye! The whole purpose of the, "door ajar" light is to protect you food from spoilage and to warn you before it gets to warm! Door ajar or not!!! My advice is to fix the problem now no matter if it is only the switch causing a false alarm. Or the worst case scenario !
You need hands on service! Bless You , ngafm, please give me a good rating before you sign off. Thank you.
IT COULD BE A BAD LIGHT SWITCH, SOCKET OR BULB.
IF THE CONTROL IS ELECTRONIC, SOME REFRIGERATORS WILL SHUT DOWN THE LIGHTS IF THE DOOR IS LEFT OPEN TOO LONG.
BE SURE THE BULB IS SCREWED IN ALL THE WAY. SOMETIMES, THEY WILL WORK LOOSE.
It may be that the temperature of the unit is not yet up to temp.The flashing light will indicate this.Warning the user the unit is not ready,or up to safe temp.. Let the unit run to catch up,since you just started it.