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All Display Lights are out, only HRS is flashing

All the display lights are out and only the HRS light is flashing. Can't select anything or change the temps. The fridge is still getting power, as the lights are on, but i'm worried the temp will raise and I'm going to lose all my food.

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I just had the same problem and I reset the water filter with the on the door button and the frige is back on:-). Try it ....

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I'll take a poke at this. First make sure someone has not hit the control lockout button. You will not be able to change numbers, that is if the control assembly has one. Another thing to try is unplug the unit and wait 5 mins and plug it back in and see if the controls resume operation. These unit also must have aproperly phased and grounded outlet to work properly.
Now if these don't work then most likely the control board is defective or the main board on back of the unit is defective. The good news is that even if the control board fails there a a failsafe mode the main board goes into and sets the temps at 0 and 37. hope this helps in some way.

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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