E2 indicates failure or out of tolerence evaporator sensor which is foamed in and not replacable.
The only repair posibility is replacement of the electronic control board which now ignors input from the sensor
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The control board of your refrigerator and freezer must be check and replace if found to be defective. You already did the remedy with a short success and trouble is back again. As you know the control board has a micro-controller on its electronic board. To be able to function it well, the temperature control and thermostat must be good, including the system refrigerant must be on the right charge of freon. Once all of that is functioning well, the problem is really on electronic control board. Thanks for asking.
E1 - Freezer thermistor open circuit. E2 - Freezer thermistor short
circuit. E3 - Fridge thermistor open circuit. E4 - Fridge thermistor short
circuit. E7 - Evaporator thermistor open circuit. E8 - Evaporator
thermistor short circuit. E9 - Temperature set switch open circuit EA -
No feedback from Baffle EB - Fridge Baffle motor operating continuously
EE - Defrost time out
This was the only code listing with an EE error code - which is a Hotpoint - so if your's isn't a Hotpoint it is probably incorrect.
If you do have a Hotpoint Refrigerator then either the defrost timer is not functioning correctly or your heater element is malfunctioning.
gas is sealed for life....sounds like it is auto defrost mode.leave switched on. after a full manual defrost. for at least 24 hours to settle down keep door shut... then check. should reset itself.make sure all vents,drains are clean.
It's a thermistor error, the internal evaporator one... but disconnect the fridge and freezer ones first in turn to see if the error changes. If it is the internal one, you should see an arrow impression on the paper covering the insulation which marks the spot to dig(at the back of the freezer.) Usually this error occur when water ingresses the push on tags, shorting out the thermistor.
Now the bonus... 9 times out of 10, you don't need to buy a spare, as there will probably be nothing wrong with the error giving thermistor. Remove and fit the fridge thermistor in the place of the internal one... clean and dry the internal one you removed and refit it inside the fridge.
You will need to repair the insulation with two pack brown foam insulation and foil tape. deffinately this solution solves your problem.If you have any problem regarding this issue post comment more information about the problem.we will glad to assist you
Your evaporator is iced over, this could be due to a couple different components 1. defrost timer is bad, 2. thermostat is stuck and continually cooling 3. fan that blows over evaporator is not working You will need to check each component to know for sure. But to save your food from going bad in the refer, remove the food from the freezer, remove 4 screws in the back of the freezer (from inside the freezer) and you will see a frozen aluminum block which is your evaporator. Defrost it thoroughly by turning off the freezer and blowing the evaporator with a hair dryer. This will allow you refer to start working again for a few days, until you can figure out what the problem is and get it repaired.
You said, digital display on LG fridge just keeps cycling options. Showed
"ER" error. Any ideas on how to get it to stop? The
freezer is still cold but the refrigerator isn't cold at all
Try turning the fridge and the freezer off at the controls. Then turning off the breaker for the fridge for 5 minutes . then turn the breaker back on and restart the fridge and freezer! This should reset the system and solve your problem. let me know how it goes.
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