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I have a Kenmore upright freezer model # 253.26052104 and at the bottom of the front there are two lights and an on/off rocker switch. At this time one light is ... When I attempt to turn it back on, it makes an extremely loud buzzing sound. What does that... The switch that you are describing is for the high temperature alarm.
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Kenmore freezers rocker switch related questions and answers. ... Kenmore upright Freezer 20.3 cu.ft has 2 switches on the bottom of the freezer and was making a loud buzzing sound like an alarm and the ... How to turn off the doorajar beeping on aKenmore Freeze and what is causing the moisture buildup inside freezer.
GE 14.1 cu. ft. / 399 liter Upright Freezer FUM14DMRWH
HIGH-TEMP ALARM SWITCH (SOME MODELS)
An audible alarm will sound if the freezer temperature reaches
unsafe levels. The alarm operates on household electricity.If
the power fails, the alarm will not perform.
An ON/OFF switch allows the high temperature alarm to be
deactivated if desired. NOTE: You must open the freezer door to
view the alarm switch. The freezer is shipped with the switch in
the OFF position.After the freezer has run longenough to
lower the temperature, you may set the switch to the ON
• To activate the alarm, set the switch to the ON position.
• To deactivate the alarm, set the switch to the OFF position
i got this from the freezer manual from Kenmore hope this was helpful
You can try 2 things. Unplug it for about 2-3 minutes and then replug it. It should reset itself. You can silence the alarm or muffle it. Silencing it should be hard. Disconnect it from its source. You may want to find out why it is alarming constantly. Have you called Sears and asked them?
Use a freezer thermometer and tell me the actual temperature. Or at least store some ice cream and see if it stays brick hard. Unless I have some idea of the actual temp I can't tell if defective freezer or alarm