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My Electrolux freezer model EUC3003 is showing error code 11 what does this mean?

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This error code means the ice maker sensor is bad. On Samsung the sensor is part of the actual ice maker which you can find here.


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What should I do? Freezer is not cooling, inside light is on, control panel is off temp shows blinking OF and FF


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What can I do? Freezer is not cooling, inside light is on. control panel is off, Temp shows blinking OF and FF


Might need a freon top up. If the compressor is functioning there may be in sufficient freon . This can be topped up. A repairman/technician can diagnose this fairly quickly

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What do the symbols on my Electrolux freezer mean?


That is the model number. The E means European. The w at the end means that it is white in color.

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My Miele F 1411 Vi Freezer is showing error codes _F 01 21. What do they mean?


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I am working on a delfield model 6176-s and the display board is showing error 4. what does that mean?


Wow, what a challenge.
I found what I think you are looking for.
First, this only applies if the controller is an MCII. Should be printed on the face of the control.
In their 1996 manual for 6000 series reach-ins, it states that the number "4" error code is "Continuous operation with overtemp condition." It also says "What to do." and lists "Check refrigeration system and control system."
Hope this is what you are looking for. Good Luck.

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Temperature control show code CE model GLFU2067FW4


It means there is a wiring error in the door. The only way to fix this error is to get a new door. What a pain! I had the same problem and the freezer was only 1 1/2 years old - thank goodness the manufacturer didn't charge me.

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Alarm on


hector...this sounds like icing up! First thing is to defrost this unit. The ice is preventing air flow over the coils. Shut down and get warm air to the coils. Then, let everything dry. If you leave off and open for 2 days, this will do it. Causes: humid conditions, 'window shopping' or bad gaskets. If the gasket surfaces are dirty, clean them. Test any questionable areas by taking a 2-3 wide strip of paper and close the door on it. If the paper pulls easily, the gasket is bad.

Now, clean out the condenser coils. They are located in the back or under the unit and are always painted black. Then, have a look at the compressor. It is that big black thing in the bottom with pipes sticking out of it. Look at the larger pipe. When you start the unit, it should frost and then either dry off or condense water after about 5 minutes. If it stays frosty or is not cold, you need gas. If the unit passes all these tests, you may have a defrost timer issue. Let me know.

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