Frigidaire Refrigerator Error Codes
Refrigerator is useful Product for Every home And this product used in every home. Sometimes it contains an error code. We can fix some error codes at home and we need to call a technician to fix some error codes. In this post you will find all the error codes of Frigidaire Refrigerator and I hope you will benefit a lot from this post. If you find it helpful, please share this post.
|Display: FZ / FF|
|— / OP||Open FF Cavity Thermistor|
|OP / —||Open FZ Cavity Thermistor|
|— / SH||Shorted FF Cavity Thermistor|
|SH / —||Shorted FZ Cavity Thermistor|
|SY / CF||UI to Main Board communication failure; on start up|
|SY / CE||UI to Main Board communication error; after a period in operation|
|SY / EF||Freezer Evaporator Fan Failure|
|dl / SP||Ice Chute Door is open; check for obstruction|
|d / F||Manual Defrost|
|77 / 77||Demo / Showroom|
|Sb / Sb||Sabbath|
|FZ Temp / FF Temp||Current Air Temps|
|Numerical display of|
|No FF or FZ display,|
all UI LEDs on
|52C||Ice Maker Thermistor|
|57C||Evaporator Fan (FFIM)|
|58C||Ice Level Sensor|
|IC||Max Fill Time|
System Diagnostic Mode
|Test||To activate test||Passing result|
|— / First Screen||—||All LEDs on UI illuminated, except digit displays.|
|— / Second Screen||—||All segments of UI digit displays illuminated.|
|— / Third Screen||—||Blank UI display, no LEDs illuminated.|
|28 / Dispenser Paddle||Press disp. paddle||“On” on UI when depressed; “off” when released|
|46 / Humidity Sensor||Activates automatically||“OP” if open, “SH” if short. AC Heater System: Displays %RH. DC Heater System: “HI” – heater should be on. “Lo” – heater should be off. %RH is displayed when humidity is between “Lo” and “HI” values; heater could be on or off.|
|47 / Dispenser Pocket Heater||Press set||Heater on when “on’ off when “off”|
|2 / Freezer|
|Press set||Freezer defrost heater on when “on”; off when “off”. Evaporator thermistor temperature is flashed. Watch for temp increase with the heater on. It may take a few minutes for the evaporator to heat up.|
|8 / Water Valve (Dispenser)||Press set||FF door must be closed. Be prepared to collect water at dispenser. Water dispenses when “on”; stops when “off”|
|10 / Auger Motor||Press set||FF door must be closed. Motor running when “on”; motor stopped when “off”|
|11 / Cube/Crush Solenoid||Press set||FF door must be closed. Do not leave solenoid in activated state. Solenoid activated when “on”; deactivated when “off”.|
|12 / Condenser Fan||Press set||Fan running when “on”; stopped when “off”|
|43 / Mullion Anticondensation Heater||Press set||Flip mullion heater on when “on”; off when “off”|
|38 / VCC Compressor||Press set||Compressor running when “on”; off when “off”|
|13 / FF Lights||Press set||FF lights on when “on”; off when “off”|
|15 / Freezer Evaporator Fan||Press set||Press to toggle between “off”, “LO” and “HI”. A current sensor reading is flashed (units are not mA). OFF reading should be around 2. “LO” speed reading should settle down to around 9. “HI” speed reading should settle down above 40.|
|20 / FZ Lights||Press set||FZ lights on when “on”, off when “off”|
|22 / Damper||Press set||Perform test 15 and set fan to “HI”. Then check for air flow when open “OP”; and no air leaks when closed “CL”|
|36 / Ice Chute Door||Depress ice chute door or press set||“OP” on UI when manually opened; “CL” when closed . Or using “power on-off”, motor drive door open “OP” or closed “CL”|
|23 / FF Door||Open/Close FF door||“CL” on UI when door closed; “OP” when open|
|24 / FZ Door||Open/Close FZ door||“CL” on UI when door closed; “OP” when open|
|26 / Ice Maker Defrost Heater||Activates automatically||Heater is turned on automatically. The ice maker evaporator thermistor temperature is flashed. Watch for temp increase with the heater on. It may take a few minutes for the evaporator to heat up.|
|29 / FF Thermistor||Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed by FF thermistor; pass if within 10°F of temperature measured with gauge at FF thermistor location. “OP” if open; “SH” if short|
|30 / FZ Thermistor||Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed by FZ thermistor; pass if within 10°F of temperature measured with gauge at FZ thermistor location.“OP” if open; “SH” if short|
|33 / Ambient Thermistor @ Main Board||Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed at main board; pass if within +20°F/-10°F of temperature measured with gauge at main board location. “OP” if open; “SH” if short|
|34 / Ambient Thermistor @ UI||Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed at UI; Pass if within +20˚F/-10˚F of temperature measure with gauge at UI location. “OP” if open; “SH” if short|
|39 / Freezer Evaporator|
|Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed by freezer evaporator thermistor; pass if within 10°F of temperature measured with gauge at evaporator thermistor location.“OP” if open; “SH” if short|
|45 / Ice Maker Mold Thermistor||Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed at ice maker; pass if within +20°F/-10°F of temperature measured with gauge at ice maker mold. “OP” if open; “SH” if short|
|68 / Ice Maker Evaporator Thermistor||Activates automatically||UI shows temperature sensed by evaporator thermistor; pass if within 10°F of temperature measured with gauge at evaporator thermistor location. “OP¯” if open; “SH¯” if short|
|0- Firmware Parameters||Press set||Displays digit sequence; record|
|1- Main Board Firmware||Press set||Displays digit sequence; record|
|3- UI Firmware||Press set||Displays digit sequence; record|
if you use a refrigerator, you must protect and care for your refrigerator so that your refrigerator performs well in cooling.
The refrigerator should be placed in a place where there is ventilation (ventilation mean = Air Crossing).
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