Is your circulating fan working?
Sometimes they stick and need a shot of WD 40 and then work
it back and forth a little until it wants to take off again. Keep me informed
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When your refrigerator is beeping or buzzing, it may be a warning sign of a possible malfunction or an unsafe, interior temperature. To silence the alarm, you can depress the ALARM OFF button. However, if you have already done this, try once again unplugging your refrigerator or flipping the household circuit breaker. It is good to wait approximately ten minutes and then turn on your refrigerator. If the alarm continues, it could possibly be experiencing a communication problem with the temperature control/board or wiring failure. I would recommend connecting with a professional appliance tech for a clear-cut diagnosis.
Based on the symptoms you are describing, it sounds like your freezer may possibly have a communication problem with the control board, a potential wiring failure, or faulty temperature control. Before reaching out to a professional, let's try resetting your freezer. This can be done by either unplugging it or flipping off the circuit breaker. It is important to wait approximately ten minutes. If it proves ineffective, In this regard, I would suggest contacting an Authorized Service Technician that will be able to assist you in the exact diagnosis of the appliance.
Hi Clair, thank you for allowing me to assist you.
When the refrigerator is
beeping or buzzing, it may be a warning sign of a possible malfunction or an
unsafe, interior temperature. To silence the buzzer, you can depress the ALARM
OFF button. However, if you have already done this, try unplugging the unit or
flipping the household circuit breaker for about ten minutes.
If the alarm continues, it could possibly be experiencing a
communication problem with the temperature control/board or wiring failure. I
would recommend connecting with a professional appliance tech for a clear-cut
Turn it round and check the electrics for the compressor are dry. You probably flooded them when defrosting and may have shorted something. If it still won't start with everything dried out, call a fridge technician
Hi Robert, sounds like the unit is not defrosting.
Try this to indicate defost issues.
1. relocate food in the freezer, turn the unit off for 2 days and leave the door open, this will allow total defrost.
2. clean, then restart unit with door closed, after and every 2 hours check temp, I feel you may find it will get to its operating temp reasonably fast and should stay there.
If this is the case, I suspect the defrost heater element has failed and needs replacing, this is the most common cause of your type of issue.
Hope that helps and please dont forget to vote. Regards Russ
It means the compartment temperatures are increased then allowed limit.Generally in some appliances the maximum temperature is indicated at the display with an alarm after the electric cutoff.If the temp is high in the compartments