GE Refrigerator Error Codes

GE Refrigerator Error Codes

GE 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 GE Refrigerator and I hope you will benefit a lot from this post. If you find it helpful, please share this post.

Error CodesSolution
F1FF1 Thermistor Invalid
F2Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F3FZ Cabinet Thermistor Invalid
F4FZ Evaporator Thermistor
F5Deli Pan Thermistor Invalid
F6FF Evaporator Thermistor Invalid
F7Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F8Ambient Temperature Invalid
F9Ambient Humidity Invalid
F10FZ Icemaker Mold Body Thermistor (MB) Invalid
F11Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F12Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
FZEvap.Thermistor. OPEN or short. FZ Evaporator Thermistor: This will impact defrost only as follows: 1. All FZ heater defrosts will be 20 minutes. 2. The FZ abnormal defrost flag will also be set.
FFEvap.Thermistor. OPEN or short. FZ Evaporator Thermistor: This will impact FF defrost only as follows: 1. All FF heater defrost will be 20 minutes. 2. The FF abnormal defrost flag will also be set.
F100FZ Fan Feedback Missing when fan is running.
F101FZ Fan Feedback Present when fan is off.
F102FZ Fan cannot reach target RPM.
F103Condenser Fan Feedback Missing when fan is running.
F104Condenser Fan Feedback. Present when fan is off.
F105Condenser Fan cannot reach target RPM.
F106FF Fan Feedback Missing when fan is running.
F107FF Fan Feedback Present when fan is off.
F108FF Fan cannot reach target RPM.
F109Ice Box Fan Feedback Missing when fan is running.
F110Ice Box Fan Feedback Present when fan is off.
F111Ice Box Fan cannot reach target RPM.
F112Deli Pan Fan Feedback Missing when fan is running.
F113Deli Pan Fan Feedback Present when fan is off.
F114Deli Pan Fan cannot reach target RPM.
F115Odor Filter Fan Feedback Missing when fan is running.
F116Odor Filter Fan Feedback Present when fan is off.
F117Odor Filter Fan cannot reach target RPM.
F200FZ Defrost Heater on for max time. Any time the FZ Defrost turns off based on time.
F201FF Defrost Heater on for max time. Any Time the FF Defrost turns off based on time.
F2025 consecutive FZ abnormal defrosts. 5 consecutive abnormal defrosts.
F2035 consecutive FF abnormal defrosts. 5 consecutive abnormal defrosts.
F300Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F301&RPSUHVVRURȺIRUKRXUVZLWK the Cooling System turned on. (This is going to be hard to see because on some models, this will trigger a reset) Cooling System was on and the compressor remained off for 3 hours.
F302Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F303FF Temp Exceeded 75°F. Temperature exceeded – This fault will set if the Defrost has not ran for 1 hour and the doors have been closed for 1 hour and the FF Temp is above 50°F
F304FZ Temp Exceeded 72.5°F. Temperature exceeded – This fault will set if the Defrost has not ran for 1 hour and the doors have been closed for 1 hour and the FZ Temp is above 20°F
F305Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F306Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F307Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F3083 Way Valve Position Lost
F400Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F401Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F402Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F403MB SW Failure. MB Failure: Replace MB. MB: Main Board, Cabinet
F404MB HW Failure. MB Failure: Replace MB. MB: Main Board, Cabinet
F500Can’t reach target hot water temperature. Hot water time limit expires and temperature not reached.
F501Flow meter missing. No pulses/flow meter signal during dispense.
F502Flow meter pulsing with no water dispensing. Runs the Diagnostic test 1 minute after a dispense.
F503Ice/water stops dispensing based on time (7 minute time out). If the dispense stops due to a time out.
F504Can’t fill hot water tank. Hot water fill time expires without tripping the level sensor.
F505Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F506Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F507Cold Water paddle switch input missing. Check paddle switch and wiring.
F508Cold Water paddle switch input present. Check paddle switch and wiring.
F509Hot Water T&P Switch input missing. Check T&P switch and wiring.
F510Hot Water T&P Switch input present. Check T&P switch and wiring.
F511Door Board Icemaker Mold temp invalid
F512Door Board Ice Box Thermistor invalid
F513Door Board HotWater1 Thermistor invalid. Thermistor temperatures do not match.
F514Door Board HotWater2 Thermistor invalid. Thermistor temperatures do not match.
F515DB Relay driver shorted. Replace door board.
F516Hot Water Thermistor Fault. Thermistor values more than 10° difference after 30 seconds of heating.
F517Hot Water AD Voltage Reference Voltage Fault
F518Hot water low flow rate – Hot water disabled. Slow or no water flow.
F519Hot Water heating when tank not full
F520Maximum Fill time out- Hot water disabled. Tank not filled in 120 seconds.
F521Maximum purge time out – Hot water disabled. Slow or no water flow.
F522Hot Water Maximum Purge Time Out – Hot water disabled. Slow or no water flow.
F523Feature Board communication error
F524Dispense nozzle movement error
F525Brew Module not detected during brew
F526High flow during brewing
F527Low flow during brewing.
F570Dispenser nozzle motor over current error
F571Air valves over current error
F572Air pump over current error
F573Feature Board hardware fault
F600Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F601FF Icemaker stuck in Harvest Fix Mode. After 10 minutes, if the icemaker is stuck in Harvest Fix Mode.
F602FF Icemaker enters Harvest Fix Mode 3 out of 10 harvests. Icemaker went into Harvest Fix Mode 3 out of 10 harvests.
F603FF Icemaker enters fault mode. After entering into Harvest Fault.
F604FF Icemaker no water supply detected. Icemaker cycling without filling.
F605FF Icemaker continues to sense bucket full after ice dispense. Feeler arm sensor continues to signal an Ice Bucket Full position even after 24 seconds crushed or 15 seconds cube ice dispense.
F606FF Icemaker Mold heater not heating. Icemaker mold thermistor does not detect a 3°F temperature rise within 90 seconds.
F650N/A. If the multi-fill algorithm is active.
F651FZ Icemaker stuck in Harvest Fix Mode. After 10 minutes, if the software is stuck in Harvest Fix Mode.
F652FZ Icemaker enters Harvest Fix Mode 3 out of 10 harvests. Icemaker went into Harvest Fix Mode 3 out of 10 harvests.
F653FZ Icemaker enters Fault Mode. After entering into Harvest Fault.
F654FZ Icemaker no water supply detected.
F655FZ Icemaker Mold heater not heating.
F700Stuck keys On ICID/ACM/ (Dispenser Boards). Stuck Key is present on ICID/ ACM. Only send once per each stuck key.
F701Stuck keys on Internal Temp Board. Stuck Key is present on Internal Temp.Only send once per each stuck key.
F702Stuck keys on Deli Pan. Stuck Key is present on Deli Pan. Only send once per each stuck key.
F703Key inputs on Temp Board and Door Closed. FF Door is closed and a key input is detected.
F704Key inputs on Deli Pan Board and Door Closed. FF Door is closed and a key input is detected.
F705Auto fill communication error. AutoFill module not communicating properly.
F706Auto fill wrong version. The version of the Auto fill module is not compatible with the ACM version.
F707ACM/Comm communication error. COM module not communicating properly.
F708COM wrong version. COM version is not compatible with the ACM.
F709Cold Water Cup Switch input missing and 0x70 message is received from COM (ACM Only) Dispense message is received and 30 seconds later the Cup Switch input is still not present.
F710Cold Water Cup Switch input present and no dispense message is received from COM (ACM Only) Cup Switch input is present for 30 seconds and no dispense message has been received.
F711Hot Water Cup Switch input missing and dispense message is received that requires the cup switch (ACM Only) Dispense message is received and 30 seconds later the Cup Switch input is still not present.
F712Hot Water Cup Switch input present and no dispense message is received (ACM Only) Cup Switch input is present for 30 seconds and no dispense message has been received.
F713FF Door open for 15 minutes without closing. Usage or door switch.
F714FF Door open for 60 minutes in the last 24 hours. Usage or door switch.
F71550 FF Door openings in the last 24 hours. Usage or door switch.
F716FZ Door open for 15 minutes without closing. Usage or door switch.
F717FZ Door open for 60 minutes in the last 24 hours. Usage or door switch.
F71850 FZ Door openings in the last 24 hours. Usage or door switch.
F720Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F721Not applicable to any model. Disregard.
F722Display board error
F800Not applicable to any model. Disregard.

GE Refrigerator Troubleshooting

ProblemPossible Cause
Refrigerator Does Not OperateMay be in defrost cycle when compressor does not operate for about 30 minutes. Temperature control in the OFF position. If interior light is not on, refrigerator may not be plugged in at wall outlet. The fuse is blown/circuit breaker is tripped. Replace fuse or reset the breaker.
Motor operates for long periods or cycles on and off frequentlyNormal when refrigerator is first plugged in. Wait 24 hours for the refrigerator to completely cool down.
Thumping sound when door is closedThis is a normal operating sound. The mechanism that closes the door makes a slight thumping sound as it passes over its lever point, at approximately 80 degrees. Closing the door slowly will minimize the sound.
Operating soundsRefrigerator is so quiet, that most of the time you will hear low or no operating noise. The fans change speeds in order to provide optimal cooling and energy savings.
Vibration or rattling (slight vibration is normal.)Refrigerator may not be properly installed.
Interior light does not workNo power at outlet. Light bulb needs replacing. Master Light switch is in the OFF position.
Door not closing properlyPackage holding door open.
Fresh food freezer or compartment too warmTemperature controls not set cold enough. Warm weather or frequent door openings. Door left open for long time or freezer door left ajar. Package may be holding door open.
Frost or ice crystals on frozen food (frost within package is normal.)Door left open or package holding door open. Frequent or long door openings. Freezer door left ajar.
Slow ice cube freezingDoor may have been left open or freezer door left ajar. Temperature of freezer compartment too warm.
Ice cubes have odor/ tasteOld cubes need to be discarded. Ice storage bin needs to be emptied and washed.
Automatic icemaker does not workIcemaker power switch is in the O (off) position. Water supply turned off, restricted or not connected. Call your installer for proper water supply line connection.
Moisture forms on outside of refrigeratorNot unusual during periods of high humidity. Wipe surface dry. Door left open or package holding door open. Controlling humidity and temperature in the kitchen with air conditioning.
Moisture collects insideIn humid weather, air carries moisture into refrigerator when doors are opened. Controlling humidity and temperature in the kitchen with air conditioning.
Refrigerator has odorFoods with strong odors should be tightly covered. Check for spoiled food. Interior needs cleaning. Keep open box of baking soda in refrigerator; replace every 3 months.
Small or hollow cubesWater filter clogged. Replace the filter or use the filter bypass plug. Check for a connection to a reverse osmosis water system. If an RO is connected, remove the water filter and install the original bypass plug that came with the unit.
Clicking sound when freezer drawer is opened or closedThis unit is equipped with a hold shut feature, which can be heard when the drawer front is within 2” of the face of the cabinet.
Freezer drawer not closing properlyPackage holding drawer open. Drawer hold -shut needs reset, open drawer fully and forcefully close.

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).
If you want to read more about GE refrigerators, download the PDF file from the link below. You will find a lot Information in this PDF file.

GE Refrigerator Manual

Whirlpool Refrigerator ARB-884SGYS Electric Diagram

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