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We have a caravan 3 way fridge, power light comes on but does not get cold working it on the electric

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How i solve error code e4?


see the MANUAL of the fridge and then operate

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The Thermal fuse of the defrost heater in my freezer is tripping.


what is your controller? replace fuse if needed,review your control parameter and find the e4 means.

Dec 05, 2012 | Refrigerators

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What does error code E-4 mean?


Hi John:
E4 error code is reref at defrost sensor; in order to solve your problem, contact your service dealer and ask about thir order replacement; this replace sensor job is a simple plug and play.

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Dec 15, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Errorcode EE in display. Whats wrong?


E1 - Freezer thermistor open circuit.
E2 - Freezer thermistor short circuit.
E3 - Fridge thermistor open circuit.
E4 - Fridge thermistor short circuit.
E7 - Evaporator thermistor open circuit.
E8 - Evaporator thermistor short circuit.
E9 - Temperature set switch open circuit
EA - No feedback from Baffle
EB - Fridge Baffle motor operating continuously
EE - Defrost time out

This was the only code listing with an EE error code - which is a Hotpoint - so if your's isn't a Hotpoint it is probably incorrect.

If you do have a Hotpoint Refrigerator then either the defrost timer is not functioning correctly or your heater element is malfunctioning.

Jun 20, 2011 | Refrigerators

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E4 Code


Between phone calls to danby and my neighbor, we fixed this problem. My E4 was on the left (lower chamber). If you have one on the right it is the upper chamber. The E4 is a defrost sensor that can be ordered from Danby's distributor (call Danby for the one in your area). The part and shipping were around $30.

If your E4 is on the left...

- remove the top shelves
- open the cover inside the cooler above the digital read outs (the top unscrews)
- inside is were the repacement sensor plugs in
- replace the one with the long cord
- run the sensor down the back to the lower chamber
- replace all covers and parts

If the E4 is on the right...

- remove the top shelves
- look on the right hand wall for a black plastic grate, the sensor is under this grate
- replace the sensor (simple plug and play)
- replace the racks.

Please pass this on, it was a ***** to deal with Danby and I nearly trashed the cooler out of sheer frustration.

Nov 17, 2008 | Refrigerators

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Danby Wine Cooler


If you are getting the E4 error code, try replacing the defrost sensor. The part might take forever to get to you, but we replaced the sensor on the wine cooler and it's working.

Jul 13, 2008 | Danby DWC513BLS Wine Cooler

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Beko AP930 with Error code E0 in LHS of display .... what does this mean ? .... nothing in manual


Error codes are printed on underside of plastic cover on top of fridge. Warning electrical components inside! Error code E0 is the FREEZER door not being recognised as closed, switches are normally ok may be problem with printed circuit board. Freezer will work as normal but engineer should be called.

May 08, 2008 | Refrigerators

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