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How to bypass the co monitor on a 2018 Unique propane fridge?
You don't and if you did in some parts of the world you would be breaking the law.
The CO detector, alarm and safety cut-off are important safety features necessary on an appliance venting combustion gas into the room space where the fridge is sited. Carbon monoxide is a colourless and odourless combustion gas that can cause illness and even *****.
If the CO detector is faulty you should get it fixed. If it isn't faulty there should be no trouble if the fridge is sited in a large well-ventilated space.
If the space is too small and ventilation is a problem, the DV suffixed fridge should have been chosen (instead of your current choice of CM) so it could vent combustion gas directly through an external wall into fresh air.
Whether or not your fridge can be converted - try contacting the manufacturer or dealer.
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Fridge temperature tow low. Can't find info on how to replace or by-pass thermostat
Model: Inglis ILT86501
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I have a Defy dff417 side by side fridge / freezer model and the display flashes a code E4. Can someone help me?
E4 error code on a Defy Refrigerator is a indication that there is something wrong with the air movement inside the freezer compartment.
REASON for code
The freezer has made too much ice and is now all frozen-up or
it could be that freezer system is low on refrigerant (gas)
1. The freezer door wasn't closed properly - just closed enough to switch off "door open" alarm and open enough to let moisture in - resulting in over condensation on condenser.
2. Abnormal high open and closing of freezer door.
4. Defrosting Element not heating - therefore not melting the ice - buildup
5. Pc control panel has gone on the blink
6. Refrigerant tubs has rusted causing a gas leak.
I hope this has helped you to make a more informed decision about your next step.
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