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Check the bottom or bottom panel of the dishwasher for the schematic it is usually in a plastic sleeve.

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Typically, error code "HI" (the customer may say "H1") on a Frigidaire refrigeratorunit indicates that the unit has detected high temperature in the freezer and/or therefrigerator https://kb3.s2g.net/index.php?/article/AA-00411/0/Frigidaire-Refrigerator-Unit-Flashing-HI.html

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Yes, the microwaves will still be contained,however it needs to be replaced. super glue will work if the original parts are broken or lost

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try by passing the thermostat if it goes replace it

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Does this mean the dishwasher doesn’t work at all or just the display lights? Remember the switch on the wall turns the dishwasher on and off. That could be the only problem !!

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I know this isn't directly answering your question, however, what "burned up" about it?
You can get just about every part that fits that oven from Sears PartsDirect. Control boards, bake elements, convection fans, switches, replacement glass... just about everything.

Unless the oven literally burned through the side/top walls, you're most likely going to save money by fixing whatever's wrong with it.

Even the clock/timer control board is only $164 for the OEM part.

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I DON'T KNOW. CHECK ELECTRICAL OUTLET WORKS.
UNPLUG AND PLUG CORD BACK IN OUTLET. OPEN AND CLOSE DOOR A FEW TIMES TO ENSURE DOOR CLOSES PROPERLY. . PUSH 'STOP/PAUSE' TWICE. CHOOSE 'RINSE/SPIN' . CHOOSE 'HIGH SPIN'. PUSH START. THIS MAY RESET WASHERS PROGRAMS. NOT LIKELY BUT 'DELAYSTART' MAY BE ACTIVEATED..

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Diane - Sorry I don't have a Frigidare but check out this site - I have heard of this but your error code could actually be 5b which is the best that they can do to show a Sabbath Day setting that the frig is designed with
Check and scroll down this website to get the description way down on the webpage:
https://removeandreplace.com/2015/08/12/frigidaire-refrigerator-error-codes/

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It sounds like a dead short somewhere in your wiring. If you've had someone replace a breaker recently they could have used the incorrect amperage size.

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Try checking out the manual:

https://www.frigidaire.com/Owner-Center/Product-Support--Manuals/?productCode=FSC23F7DSB

That should help you figure it out.

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The error code E90 is just a group error code. It is indicating a communication error between the two boards in your machine. It does not indicate where the problem may be. A power glitch may have caused the E90 error code or a loose connection.
https://www.appliancepartspros.com/answers-for-frigidaire-control-electrical-137006000-ap4358809-question-70945.html

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Sounds from your brief description that it needs re gassing. Possible leak somewhere.

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Possible fix is to completely defrost the freezer. Take out all the food and put into coolers or wrap in blankets. Then you can speed up the defrosting by placing pots with boiling water in the freezer and close the doors to let the heat do it's job and rotate more hot water as it cools. This can take several hours to get a total meltdown inside and out. Some freezers have internal drain tubes that freeze up and they can take quite awhile to thaw. You may need some old towels to soak up any overflow on the ground. Once you feel everything is up to room temperature you can wipe down the inside with a mild bleach cloth to kill any old bacteria. Hope it works for you.

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first try moving your drain hose higher it can cause this problem

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