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Door alarm continually dings

The alarm will ding, a few seconds to a minuet later it dings again and again 2 or 4 times then repeats. we do not have the water hooked up to it. Please help me stop the insanity

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  • gracy1161 Aug 01, 2008

    How can I dis-arm the open door alarm?

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This model and the Kenmore equivalent still have lots of bugs... I've replaced the microprocessor board on mine twice -- thankfully under warranty -- costs in excess of $600,,,
my suggestions are:  1)  verify that the two door switches (at top seal area one each side) appear to be working OK -- push them w/ your finger and see if the the refrigerator light goes off  2)  either pull the plug on the refrigerator or open the breaker feeding it -- count 30 seconds and put power back to it -- it's a computer, every so often you have to "reboot" it because it it loses its mind now and then...  3)  you should be able to push (I think the left most touch pad) the touch pad key under the alarm to shut it off....  4) if all else fails, ??? can you afford not to replace it ???

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