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Touch Temperature Controls not working

RE:Amanda ABB1927DE Refrigerator The refrigerator stopped running. The light inside is working and the outlet has power. The Touch Temperature Controls show a "dash line" for both refig and freezer and the temperature control pads do not respond to input. please help.

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  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2008

    The LED for the refriogerator says "Er", the LED for the freezer says "FF", and the touch controls don't respond. The freezer sems to be holding tmeperature, but the refrigerator is definitely warmer than it should be. I really can't tell if there is any colling in the refrigeratyor section.

    I have tried pushing the buttons, but i really don;t know what else to try

  • P C Jan 26, 2008

    Our 4 year old Amana appears to have the same problem.
    The refrigerator and freezer section stopped cooling and the inside
    temperature reached 60 degrees by the time we found out refrigerator
    had stopped working.

    There was no power failure!

    The refrigerator was on, the lights all worked, the LED display was not
    showing numbers. The display showed just a dash on each setting.
    Also, trying to change the settings did not work. The controls did nothing.
    They displays both kept showing a dash. The pump was not coming on.

    We lost lots of food.

    I unplugged the refrigerator and plugged it back in. The refrigerator
    then showed numbers, the pump started, and the controls worked
    again. It's like I rebooted the refrigerator's computer. The refrigerator
    got cold again, The freezer was back to working.

    BUT, is my refrigerator reliable?

    I have scheduled a visit from the Amana repair center. We'll see what they have to say.

  • jat12151 Sep 19, 2008

    we lost power and when power came on the freezer will get cold at the bottom but not at the ice maker.model #asd2626hes.what can i do.




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Unplugging and replugging worked great! (We left it unplugged for about one minute. The motor started up almost instantly but we still had no numbers on display. I discovered that after replugging, you need to touch one of the up or down arrows for the display to reappear. What a lifesaver this was! Thanks so much.

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Take fridge to a specialist and cut the ****!

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Unplug the refrigerator and plug it back in again, then reset the temperature controls.

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Try and look where the doors attach on top. Take the panel off from there and check the connectors. The touch pad connectors probably came apart.

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Do you know where to find the defrost timer?? If so theres a turn screw to advance the timer to start the compressor on as sometimes the motors burn out in the middle of a cycle and prevent the compressor to resart when the temp drops.

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