Question about Freezers
You should be called the freezer expert now because your freeze gradually going to damaged.
Posted on Mar 26, 2013
SOURCE: Kenmore Upright Freezer Alarm
1. You can hear the compressor running.
2. The temp setting you turn the thermostadt to starts and stops the compressor.
3. Look in your manual for a reset button and the location.
4. If you are familiar with a meter, grab the manual and check it it. But I doubt it is the resistance.
5. Sounds like a bad motor or low freon. If you have a lot of food in it, and the above didn't work, bite the bullet and call a repairman, although it sounds like much of the food is past saving if it is really defrosted.
Posted on May 12, 2009
The buzzing is the compressor trying to start and not being able too...
Checkout this tip that I wrote about that problem...
Posted on May 02, 2010
SOURCE: when I got home I
You dont have to reset it, you need to defrost it, the defrost element has failed and you have ice build up within the chiller plates, air cant pass through it due to the ice, I think you will find that food is starting to defrost and you will see a bit of ice on the back panel inside the freezer.
Defrost it for 2 days with door open, after that, should work fine for a week or so, very common problem.
Hope that helps, Russ
Posted on Jun 29, 2011
SOURCE: "Power" light off. Temp warning
This seems to be a problem with the circuit board ,
This causes fault in it that does not allow the board to come back on or work properly sometimes if the power blinks off and back on.
You need to check if the part is under warranty , if it is , then get it replaced for free or you can buy a new board so that this problem is eradicated once for all.
This is not a new problem , there were many defective boards that were recalled by the company and replaced free of charge, probably you were left out.
Hope this helps ..:)
Posted on Aug 26, 2011
SOURCE: Kenmore freezer buzzer
I would need to model number to check if you have a on/off for you over temp alarm. That "Buzzer" is a over temp alarm. If you fridge uses a 9volt battery then you might need to replace the battery. Please post your model number.
Posted on Mar 14, 2013
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Hi monilvsjay - Typically when the freezer is beeping it indicates a warning of a possible malfunction or an unsafe temperature inside. The silence the buzzer, press the ALARM OFF button, however if you have already done so try unplugging the unit or flipping the household circuit breaker off. Wait approximately ten minutes and if it proves to be ineffective contact a professional to move forward accurately. The freezer could possibly be experiencing a communication problem with the temperature control/board or wiring failure.
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