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Cold water icon showing red
hold the button down for few seconds !!!!!! not in the book ????
wankers,...... the tech support said change water filter but said nothing about water reset don 't be in a hurry to get a man out try this first ................................
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Kegarator not working...please help!
Hmm, I'm no expert but since I don't see any other solutions I will give you my meager opinion.
1. In foresight you can't disconnect a compressor while it's running and reconnect it repeatedly or you will fry the compressor, especially in bigger units.
A period of 15 minutes should be given to let the gasses convert back or the compressor works overtime.
Same reasoning when moving a fridge to not lay it down but if necessary allow the fridge to remain upright for a while prior to operating.
For the temperature relay, it is a black on one side, and aluminum on other, 4x a nickel - sized coin shaped looking thing that is a safety feature and it is on the compressor for overheating shut off.
This typically wouldn't allow you to hear anything once burnt or shorted so the compressor wouldn't work at all.
Therefore I suspect the Capacitor or compressor in this case and be careful to short it out with a plastic handle screwdriver once unit is unplugged as all capacitors retain power and will give u a jolt if not more serious :(_
I would seek a used capacitor from a junk fridge these are typically located under a black cover on the compressor as well and look like a small soup can. Take pics of the wiring for reconnecting and be sure not to contact the ends of the capacitor until you shorted it out as described above. Capacitors can be tested with an ohm meter but is not an accurate test. Try to get the right measuring capacitor for replacement and the amount of farads next to the voltage on side of capacitor is more important than a voltage as long as voltage isn't lower than the original. Also a capacitor is polarity sensitive so don't mix that up.
Not sure if I answered your question but may have given you ways to solve them.
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I have a Haier hnde03vs. The freezer works but the
There is a fan in the freezer its whats keep your refrig cold there is a flapper that goes from the freezer to the frig maybe its shut off and needs to be opened more ..Also make sure there isnt any ice build up in your freezer if its not defrosting everything will ventually warm up
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I understood from your problem that you are facing an issue with change of a degree at Haier Refrigerator model.
I request you to kindly revert with model number or name, so that i will make some search on net and will revert you with best of my information i collect from sites.
In anticipation of your response.
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IF this is high use, the wire harness at the bottom is probably bad. This is a pricey item and is a DIY project if you feel up to it.
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Haier HSW02C runs ALL the time
Yes your thermostat is shorted. It's just not shutting the unit off ever. A thermostat is something you can touch as a user, so no it's not that hard to get to for replacement. Also have the unit unplugged while learning how to repair your appliance.
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MY HAIER 1.7 FRIDGE FREEZES ONLY
my trf 285 intergrated fridge freezer has same problem fridge is freezing our food have been informed that a valvue is stuck open the solution
offered was defrost and leave for 2 days i did that it did not work the valvue is not replaceable hope this is some help
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