Frigidaire Appliance Repair

If you are in need of Frigidaire Appliance Repair in the Houston area you have come to the right place. My appliance Repair Houston is a great local neighborhood appliance repair service, offering 24 hour appliance repair in the Houston area. In fact we have operators standing by waiting to schedule you next local service appointment. We offer Free estimates on your Frigidaire Appliance Repair visit. We have been serving the Houston ares for years offering comprehensive appliance repair. If you need a home appliances repair, serviced or just cleaned we are here to help. Give us a call and tell us about your appliance needs, and let us schedule a time to come out and give you an estimate.

Frigidaire Washer Repair

A complaint that we hear a lot with older Frigidaire washer is that they get noisy after a while. Customers complain about a noisy vibration, or sometimes their washer makes a loud noise. Typically the vibration is caused by the Washing machine needing balanced so that all of the legs are flat on the floor. A Frigidaire Washer making a loud noise is usually caused by the drum bearing needing replaced. Other common issues with washing machines involve leaking or overflowing. This can be very problematic leading to damaged floors. This can be caused by a number of issues. A clogged Hose or water inlet valve could be the cause, or a broken pump motor. Honestly it could simply be a clogged or disconnected hose. Call us today, and we will get you back up and running.

Frigidaire Dryer Repair

A common problem we see with Frigidaire Dryers is the drum not turning. Honestly there are only a few things that lead to this issue. The first one being a broken or loose Drive belt, or a damaged Drum Roller or Drum Roller axle. Another issue we see all the time is a dryer that takes to long to dry clothes. This issue can be caused by an airflow problem. Over time Vent become clogged and this restricts airflow causing your laundry to take longer to dry. As a result you electric bill goes up. The best way to prevent this is to have the entire vent system cleaned out every year. In the long run you will save money because you will spend much less time drying your clothes. Call us today to schedule a cleaning and general service appointment.

Frigidaire Refrigerator Repair

Your Refrigerator is the hub of your household. At the first sign of trouble you you need to know who to call. A great local company that offers same day service. We get calls everyday about a refrigerator that isn’t cooling properly. The most common issue that cause a refrigerator to not cool properly is dirty condenser coils. A problem that can be avoided through regular cleaning and maintenance. The Temperature Control Board or thermostat may also need replaced. Another common issue we hear all the time is my refrigerator is not defrosting. A faulty Defrost Timer or control board could be the cause of this issue. Customers also complain about noisy refrigerators, or leaky ones. Whatever the problem is, We can help, just give us a call.

Frigidaire Range Repair

We get calls all the time about Frigidaire Range Burners that will not spark. This is a common issue usually caused by a bad spark module, or spark ignition switch. Sometimes over time they get gummed up with dirt and grease. In fact many times all they need is a good cleaning, and they start working again. Another problem we hear a lot of is, the burners will not stop sparking, this can also be a problem. Another issue we hear a lot is the Range surface element will not turn off. This can be caused by a damage Coil Surface Element, or a Radiant Surface Element, or a faulty Surface Element Switch. Honestly a loose or burnt wire can just as easily cause any of these problems. That is why regular service appointments are so important to the overall life of you Frigidaire Appliance.

Frigidaire Oven Repair

Ovens take a lot of abuse, and more than any other appliance, they need to be cleaned and serviced regularly if you want them to last. When an oven will not heat or does not heat evenly the results can be disastrous. Both of these issues can be caused by a number of things. A faulty Bake or Broil element can cause you oven to not heat up, or to heat unevenly. Another possible cause is a faulty igniter, or temperature sensor. In fact all of these issue can be caused by a damaged Oven Control Board. So many things can effect the way your oven performs. That is why you need a local neighborhood appliance repair service that has plenty of experience fixing Frigidaire Appliances.

Frigidaire Ice Maker Repair

Many different things can go wrong with your Frigidaire Ice Maker. Everything from a clogged or damaged water inlet valve to a bent or jammed Ice maker Assembly. Another possibility is a broken or damaged Ice Maker Module, or a faulty door switch. In fact your Frigidaire Ice Maker can stop working if your home does not have sufficient water pressure. The water Inlet hose for a Frigidaire Ice Maker must get at least 20 psi of water pressure to function. With all of these different things that could go wrong, broken ice makers can be hard to diagnose. That is why you need a repair service with plenty of experience with Frigidaire Repair.

Frigidaire Ice Machine Repair

When your Ice Maker quits working it can be a real hassle. Frigidaire Ice Maker are known to get clogged water filter issues that lead to your ice maker malfunctioning. Before water enter you Ice Maker it first has to pass through a water filter. Over time this filter gets clogged and begins to restrict the flow of water. This results in the water pressure being to low to produce ice. When this occurs the filter must be replaced. Another common issue is the Freezer temperature is above 10 degrees Fahrenheit. If this occurs the Ice Maker will also stop working properly. Any number of factors can cause this to happen. That is why you need to call an local appliance service with experience working on Frigidaire Ice Makers.

Frigidaire Freezer Repair

What happens then when your Freezer quits working? Who do you call? The most important thing is to act fast before all that delicious food thaws out. A faulty start relay can be the cause of the issue. The start relay feeds power to the compressor. When the Start Relay quits working, the compressor will run intermittently or quit working altogether. If the compressor stops running, the freezer will not cool. That brings us to the Compressor which may also be the culprit. In many cases the defrost heater assembly has burned out When this happens the evaporator coils will frost over. As a result air won’t be able to pass through the coils to cool the freezer. If this occurs call us right away

Frigidaire Trash Compactor Repair

Trash Compactor are very helpful ,and nice to have, until they stop working. One of the more common issue associated with Frigidaire Trash Compactor is the doors tend to get jammed. This can be caused be a faulty door lock. Another common issue is the Trash Compactor itself gets jammed up. When this occurs always call a professional. Trash Compactors can be dangerous. You should never try to fix a jammed trash compactor yourself. Accidents could result in injury or death. Call us when your trash compactor stops working and we will get you back up and running in no time. Doing your part to clean up the environment.

Frigidaire Wine Cooler Repair

Frigidaire make good quality wine coolers, but even the best appliances break down once in a while. When your wine cooler quits working you need to act fast. It does not take long to damage a valuable wine collection. The compressor is what causes your Wine Cooler to get cold. If the compressor is not working properly, it could cause temperature fluctuations. This can be caused by a faulty compressor, or a compressor that is overheating. Overheating is often cause by dirt and dust building up and causing the compressor to overheat. Another common issue is caused by the door seals getting worn out, and needing replaced. When the Wine Cooler door is not properly closed, you may hear a beeping sound to alert you to the issue. Many of these issue can be avoided with proper cleaning and maintenance.

Frigidaire Dishwasher Repair

A common issue with Frigidaire Dishwashers is that after a while they sometimes leak. This is usually caused by a faulty or damaged door gasket, or door seal. Oven time door seals simply wear out or get damaged. When this occurs they need replaced. Another possible cause for that leaky dryer is a loose hose or damaged drain pump. Which brings me to the next problem we often encounter with dishwashers, and that is sometimes they do not drain properly. This can be caused by a clogged drain hose or drain pump. If the Drain Impeller is clogged or broken or the Drain Valve is stuck it can also cause you Frigidaire Dishwasher to not drain. Whatever the issue we can help, give us a call.

 

Frigidaire Washer Problems

Where can I find my washer’s model and serial number? 
The location of your model/serial number may vary, but it’s most commonly found along the back of the tub opening under the washer lid.

How to change the options on my Frigidaire Top Load washer? 
To change the options, press the TEMP and SOIL level buttons to scroll to the desired settings. If you chose to deselect an Option just press the button for that Option until it is no longer illuminated on your display.
In most models: To change your cycle, settings or options once the load has started, you will need to press the POWER button before selecting new ones. Simply turning the cycle selector will not change the selection. If changes are attempted after the cycle starts, the lights will flash and a signal will beep.

Is it normal for my washer to make sounds or noises? 
It is normal for a heavy wash load to occasionally produce a thumping sound at the beginning of the Spin cycle. Belt buckles or other metal fasteners on items being washed may cause rattling or clanking sounds, too. You can fasten these items or turn garments inside out to reduce the sounds.
Rattling or clanking may also be caused by foreign objects (such as coins) in the drum. If you think this is the cause, stop the washer and check for any objects in the drum. If none are present and the sound continues, we recommend running an empty load to see if the noise persists. This will allow you to determine if the noise is coming from the unit or an article that was being washed.

What should I do if my washer does not start? 
If your washer does not start, check the following:
Ensure the washer is level
Don’t forget to press the START button after making your selections. If the washer is left on for more than 10 minutes without pressing the START button, the washer will automatically turn off and you will need to start over making your selections.
Make sure you have not unintentionally activated the Delay Start option.
The wash cycle might be in a pause stage. This is normal, a pause occurs between the Wash and Spin cycles, with a longer pause occurring during the Soak cycle.
The lid may not be completely closed. For your safety, the washer will not operate when the lid is not closed properly.
The power cord may not be plugged in or the connection may be loose. Check that your washer’s plug fits tightly into the wall outlet. Note: Do not use an extension cord. The power to the washer may be greatly reduced and not allow your washer to perform properly.
The water valves must be turned on and water available to the unit.
Ensure the water pressure in your house is high enough for the unit to operate properly.
A fuse may be blown in your home, or a circuit breaker tripped. If this is the case, reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse (but do not increase the fuse capacity).

The water level in my Frigidaire Top Load washer does not cover my laundry load. Is this normal?
High-efficiency washers are designed to use less water and energy. It is perfectly normal for the water level to appear lower than what you may have experienced with an older top load washer. Most Frigidaire Top Load Washers rely on sensory technology and will determine the proper water level for each load – water will enter the tub once the sensory cycle is complete (this may take a few minutes).
For laundry loads needing extra water, some Frigidaire Top Washers have the Max Fill feature. Pressing the Max Fill button adds the maximum amount of water possible, and will increase the duration of the cycle time. The Max Fill feature is not recommended for regular day-to-day use but more on an as needed basis.

What should I do if my washer is not spinning? 
If your load is out of balance, it may prevent the washer from spinning. Rearrange the items in your load to allow proper spinning, possibly adding one or two similar items to help balance the load.
A If the load is comprised of items that cannot be distributed around the drum, such as a single pillow or stuffed animal, the washer will not spin. Additional items will need to be added to the unit to better balance the weight of the load.

What should I do if my washer is draining slowly? 
There are few items to check if you experience drainage issues with your Frigidaire Top Load washer especially if it was recently installed.
Check the drain hose – if it’s kinked, straighten it to improve the water flow to the drain.
Be sure the drain is clear and not clogged.
The standpipe cannot be more than 96 inches high.
If the drain hose has been taped (or sealed) into the standpipe, the seal should not be completely tight because the standpipe requires air for proper draining. You may need to remove some of the tape on the seal to make an air path.
Make sure the drain hose isn’t fitted too tightly in the standpipe. The standpipe needs to be at least 1 ¼ inches in diameter.

What should I do if my Frigidaire Top Load washer is leaking? 
If water is leaking from your washer, check the list below:
Is the drain clogged? If so, it will need to be cleaned; you may need to contact a plumber.
Is the drain hose restricted or out of the standpipe? If it is out of the standpipe, you will need to secure it. You can do this by bending the end to form a hook, placing the hooked end into the standpipe, and tying the hose to the standpipe or a faucet with a cable tie (one was supplied with the washer), strong filament tape or duct tape.
Are the fill-hose connections loose or cross-threaded at the faucet or washer? Check by realigning the threads, make sure that the rubber sealing washers are in good shape and seated properly, and tighten the hose connections. If they are loose, you might need to reinstall or replace the rubber sealing washers.
Are you using a non-high-efficiency detergent or too much detergent or do you have soft water? Using a non-high-efficiency detergent or using too much detergent in soft water can cause suds to overflow the washer. This may seem like a leak if the suds flow or drip onto the floor. To avoid this, use an high-efficiency detergent, and reduce the amount of detergent you use if your water is soft.

What should I do if my Frigidaire Top Load washer lid will not open? 
For your safety, the lid on a Frigidaire Top Load washer cannot be opened during the Spin cycle. To open it, simply stop the washer and wait 1 to 3 minutes for the safety lock to release.

Frigidaire Dryer Problems

Where can I locate my model and serial number? 
The model number and serial number are located on a sticker that you’ll see in the interior space of the unit when the door is open, depending on the model.

What should I do if my dryer does not start? 
If your dryer does not start, it might be due to one of the following reasons:
The start button needs to be pushed or turned for long enough to engage. Push or turn the start button and hold it for two seconds.
The cycle selector knob is not quite at the start position. To be sure it’s correctly positioned, simply turn the knob until the indicator is a little further into the cycle.
The dryer door is open. The door must be completely closed for the dryer to run.
The power cord may not be plugged in, or the connection may be loose. Check to be sure the plug fits tightly into the wall outlet. Note: Do not use an extension cord.
A fuse is blown in your home, or a circuit breaker tripped. If this is the case, reset the circuit breaker or replace the fuse (but do not increase the fuse capacity).

Is it normal for my dryer to make sounds or noises? 
Belt buckles or other metal fasteners on items being dried may cause rattling or clanking sounds. You can fasten these items or turn garments inside out to reduce the sounds.
Rattling or clanking sounds may also be caused by foreign objects (such as coins) in the drum. If you think this is the issue, stop the dryer and check for any objects in the drum. If none are present and the sounds continue, we recommend running an empty load to see if the noise continues. This will allow you to determine if the noise is coming from the unit or an article that was being dried. If the noise is still present during the empty load, please contact us.
The normal operating sounds of a dryer are listed in your Complete Owner’s Guide and include:
Water Value (steam models only)
Suspension Rollers
Air Flow System
Gas Value (gas models only)
Gas Burner (gas models only)

My dryer takes a long time to dry a load of clothes. Can I do anything about this? 
If your dryer seems to be taking too long to dry your load, check the following
Clean the lint screen after every use. You can also periodically wash the lint screen in warm, soapy water to remove any residue, and then dry it thoroughly before replacing. Note: Do not operate the dryer without the lint screen in place, as this could damage it.
Check the cycle or temperature setting. If the Air Fluff cycle or temperature is selected, the dryer will tumble without heat. Generally you’ll want to select low or medium heat, and the Normal Dry setting. Select More Dry for loads requiring more time. A medium or low heat setting is safe for permanent press, delicate, and knit items, but will require longer drying periods.
Do not dry a load that’s too big or too small. If your dryer is overloaded or too empty, it will take longer to dry your clothes. Items need room to tumble freely in order to dry well, and you also need enough items in the drum for proper tumbling.
Sort the items you’re drying. Dry items of similar fabric and weight in the same load.
Take humidity into account. Drying times will be longer in areas where humidity is high. You can use a dehumidifier near the dryer if needed.
Check the dryer’s moisture sensor bars. To locate the moisture sensor bars, please refer to your Complete Owner’s Guide. Fabric softener sheets can leave a residue on the moisture sensor bars in the dryer, which can inhibit their ability to accurately sense wet clothes. Remove the residue by wiping the moisture sensor bars with rubbing alcohol.
Check for adequate ventilation. If your dryer is installed in a closet or under a counter, it might not be getting the ventilation needed for proper drying.
Check and clean the exhaust duct. Be sure the exhaust duct is not clogged. If the problem persists, consider having it cleaned by an authorized service provider. Note: To avoid the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning, never operate a gas dryer without an exhaust duct that vents outdoors.
Be sure the exhaust hood isn’t blocked. Use an approved vent hood with a swing-out damper that opens when the dryer is in operation and closes automatically when the dryer stops. Do not attach a screen over the vent hood opening, and maintain a minimum clearance of 12 inches between the bottom of the vent hood and the ground.
Be sure you’re connected to a 240-volt circuit. Using 208-volt can increase drying times. Refer to the Installation Instructions.

My dryer is running, but does not seem to be heating. What should I do? 
There are two house circuits or fuses in an electric dryer’s circuit. If one of these is tripped or blown, the drum may turn but the heater will not operate. If this is the case, you’ll need to reset the circuit breaker or replace the house fuse.
Additionally, you can check the following:
Cycle or temperature setting. Check the cycle selector—if the Air Fluff cycle or temperature is selected, the dryer will tumble without heat.
Outlet wiring. Have a qualified electrician verify that the voltage being supplied is correct at 240v.
Gas supply valve (for gas models only). Be sure the gas supply valve to gas dryer is open. (See Installation Instructions for details).
Gas supply tank (for gas models only). If you have a gas dryer and your LP gas tank is empty, refill or replace the tank. If there has been an interruption in the natural gas supply, call your natural gas company.
Air supply around a gas dryer. The dryer needs space around it for proper ventilation to support the gas burner. Do not stack or place laundry or rugs against the front or back of the dryer. To install a dryer in a closet or alcove, please refer to the Installation Instructions.

What should I do if my dryer stops operating? 
If your dryer isn’t operating, it might be because:
The motor is overheated. Overloading the dryer can cause its motor to overheat. If this is the case, allow the motor to cool down for 30 minutes. You might need to reduce the size of the load—the average washer load will fill the dryer drum 1/3 to 1/2 full. If letting the motor cool down and reducing the load size does not resolve the issue, contact your authorized service provider.
The thermal limiter switch is activated. On electric dryers, a thermal limiter switch automatically turns off the motor in the unlikely event of an overheated situation. If this is the case, you’ll need to contact a service provider to replace the thermal limiter switch.

Frigidaire Refrigerator Problems

Where can I find my model and serial number? 
Your refrigerator model and serial number location may vary, but is most commonly found along the upper left side wall of the fresh food compartment for Top-Freezer refrigerators. For Side-by-Side, French-Door and Multi-Door refrigerators, the model and serial number can be seen along the upper right side of the fresh food compartment and is visible when the door is opened.

Why does my refrigerator run most of the time? Is this normal? 
Depending on the type of compressor your refrigerator has could impact how frequently it runs. It is normal for the compressor to go on and off frequently. The thermostat keeps the refrigerator at a constant temperature. Single speed compressors (most Top-Freezer and Side-by-Side refrigerator models)
It is normal for the refrigerator to work longer when the room or outside weather is too warm or hot.
If the refrigerator doors are opened too frequently or too long allows warm air to enter the product and therefore causes it to run more often.
Freezer temperature may be set too cold. It is recommended to set the refrigerator section to a warmer setting – this will adjust the freezer temperature. Allow 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize.
Check the door seal/gasket. Air leaks in the door seal/gasket will cause the refrigerator to run longer in order to maintain desired temperatures.
Condenser may be dirty.

What is the recommended temperature settings for my refrigerator? 
If your refrigerator was just installed, it takes about 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize. It is preferred that you do not adjust the temperature from the recommended setting during the 1st 24 hours.
For refrigerators with electronic controls (most Side-by-Side and French-Door refrigerators) – Fresh food compartment should be set for 37 degrees Fahrenheit and the freezer should be set for 0 degrees Fahrenheit.
If you have a Multi-Door refrigerator with a Custom-Flex® Temp Drawer, it is recommended to set the fresh food compartment at 39 degrees Fahrenheit.
For refrigerators with dial controls – An indicator mark for “normal” will be visible.

My refrigerator was just installed and the ice maker is not working, how do I fix it? 
If your refrigerator was just installed, there a few things to keep in mind regarding your Ice Maker:
Check to ensure the ice maker is turned ON – the LED light on your display for the ice maker will be illuminated.
Before making ice for the 1st time – be sure to prime the water supply system. Air in the new plumbing lines can result in 2 or 3 empty ice cycles. Also, if the system is not flushed, the first ice cubes may be discolored or have an odd flavor.
Your ice maker is turned on at the factory so it can work as soon as you install your refrigerator. If you cannot connect a water supply, set the ice maker’s On/Off feature to OFF; otherwise the ice maker’s fill valve may make a loud chattering noise when it attempts to operate without water.
After the refrigerator is installed and has cooled for several hours, the ice maker can produce ice within 24 hours. The ice maker will fill the ice bin from the rear. You must dispense some ice to force the ice forward in the bin. This will allow the ice bin to fill completely.

What should I do if my ice maker is not making enough ice in my refrigerator? 
If you ice maker is not making enough ice, here are few things to check:
The ice maker should produce 2 to 3 pounds of ice per 24 hours, depending on usage. The ice bin will hold about 4 pounds of ice.
The water filter may be clogged or overdue for replacement. If water is dispensing slowly or not at all, or your water filter is older than 6 months – it’s time to replace.
The water supply line is not kinked – sometimes this can happen if the refrigerator is pushed too far against the wall.
Heavy traffic, opening or closing the refrigerator doors excessively can slow down ice production. Some models are equipped with Quick Freeze feature – just press Quick Freeze on your display to temporarily increase the ice production rate.
Freezer temperature is set too warm. Set the freezer control to a colder setting to improve ice production. Allow 24 hours for the temperature to stabilize.

What should I do if the dispenser on my refrigerator is not dispensing water?
If your refrigerator is not dispensing water, simply check the following:
If your refrigerator display has been locked, it will not dispense water or ice. Press and hold the lock key on your display for 3 seconds to unlock.
The water filter is seated properly – simply remove and re-install the water filter to double check. The water filter may be clogged or overdue for replacement. If water is dispensing slowly or not at all, or your water filter is older than 6 months – it’s time to replace.

How often should I change my water filter? 
In general, you should change your water filter every six months to ensure the highest possible water quality. On most models, the Water Filter Status on your display will illuminate and prompt you when it’s time to replace the filter. If your refrigerator has not been used for a period of time (during moving for example), it is recommended to change the filter before reinstalling the refrigerator.

When do I need to change my air filter? 
In general, you should change the air filter every six months (in most models, the filter status light on your display will prompt you to replace the filter). Replacing the air filter will ensure optimal filtering of refrigerator odors. You may want to adjust this time period depending on the types and amounts of food you typically store in your refrigerator.

Frigidaire Range Problems

Where can I find my model and serial number? 
The location of your model / serial number may vary, but it’s most commonly found in one of the following locations:
Along the interior-side trim of the oven and visible when the door is opened
On the left-side panel and visible when the door is opened
On the front frame of the storage / warmer drawer panel and visible when the drawer is opened.

Is it normal for a fan to come on while using my range and when does it stop running? 
Yes, it is normal to hear your oven fan running when you turn on the oven including during preheat. The fan helps circulate the oven temperatures and will come on and off during the baking process. The fan may stay on after you have finished baking and turned the oven off. The fan will stop once the internal temperature of the oven cools down.

What is Air Fry and how do I use it with my Frigidaire range? 
Air Fry allows superheated air to circulate in the oven to provide crispy, golden results without all the oil that deep frying requires. Use the Air Fry feature in your oven and save time and space on your kitchen counter. No need for a separate appliance on your counter!

Why is my food soggy? 
Soggy foods may have too much oil on them. Most homemade items cooked with Air Fry should be sprayed with a light coating of oil. Too much oil won’t let the food get crispy.
Air Fry needs a few minutes to preheat to the best temp. Your oven will beep once it’s ready.
It’s important to arrange food so the hot air circulates around each piece as much as possible.

Why isn’t my food cooked evenly? 
Air needs to circulate around each piece of food as much as possible. Arrange food in a single layer to ensure even, crisp browning.

How do I limit the amount of smoke when using the ReadyCookTM Air Fry Tray? 
Air Fry uses really hot air to cook food fast and make it crunchy. Although Air Fry uses hot air to cook, remember that you are still frying your food so it gets crispy! When some high-fat or greasy foods (like fresh wings) meet that hot air inside an oven, some smoke is normal. If Air Fry is making a lot of smoke, try these tips:
When using the Air Fry Tray, put a baking sheet on a rack or two below the Air Fry Tray. This keeps drips and crumbs from landing on the oven bottom, where they can burn and create smoke. For additional protection, place some foil-lined parchment paper on the baking sheet. Parchment paper traps oil and keeps it from smoking.
Use cooking oils that can stand up to a high temperature like avocado, grapeseed, and peanut oils. Cooking sprays made from these oils are available at the grocery store.
Keep foil, parchment paper, and bakeware of the bottom of the oven. The oven bottom needs to stay clear so air can circulate.
Don’t overcrowd the food on your baking sheet or on the Air Fry Tray. If air can’t circulate around each item, the cooking and crisping process may slow down and allow more grease to settle or drip.
If your catch-tray is smoking, try placing parchment paper on it to hold grease. For extra-moist foods, you may have to use more. It’s worth it!
Some foods, like fresh wings and some vegetables, have a lot of moisture and may drip more than you expect. For items that might drip, use a pan with low sides if you’re not using an Air Fry Tray.
Air Fry uses superheated air, so if your oven bottom already has drips or crumbs on it (it happens!), those can smoke. Keep your oven bottom clean.
If you have an oven vent, use it when cooking with Air Fry, like you would when using the cooktop.

Frigidaire Dishwasher Problems

Where can I find my model and serial number? 
Your dishwasher model number location may vary, but is most commonly found on the side of the door panel and visible when the door is opened.

What should I do if my dishwasher is not starting? 
If your dishwasher is not starting, we recommend you check the following:
Make sure you have not inadvertently set DELAY START or CHILD LOCK.

Make sure you have pressed START/CANCEL after selecting your cycles.

Make sure you have closed door immediately to avoid having to reselect your cycle/options.
If you added a forgotten item or interrupted the cycle, you may need to press START again for the cycle to resume once you close the door.
Make sure the dishwasher door is properly closed.
Make sure your water supply is turned on.
Check to see if the circuit breaker is tripped orif a fuse is blown.

What can I do if my dishwasher is not draining?
If your dishwasher is not draining properly, we recommend you check the following:
Ensure that the knockout plug has been removed from inside the food waste disposer inlet.
Make sure the drain hose is not kinked
Ensure the cycle is complete, not in pause status.
Check that the glass trap/ filter is maintained and installed properly with no clogs.

Why is water in the dishwasher after it runs? 
It’s normal to see some water in the bottom of your dishwasher after a wash cycle is completed. If you notice water covering the filter screen, try these tips:
Check that the drainage system is free and clear of debris.
If your dishwasher is hooked up to a garbage disposal, run the disposal to clear the drain system.

If you have a new garbage disposal, the ”knock-out” plug might need to be removed from the disposal. (This step can occasionally be overlooked during installation.)

Why does my dishwasher have an odor and how do I fix it? 
If your dishwasher was just installed, it is normal for there to be “new” smell at first. This goes away over time and usage.
Leaving soiled dishes in the dishwasher too long can create an odor. If you are not ready to run a full cycle, use a rinse only cycle to help with any odors.
Check to ensure your dishwasher is properly draining.

Frigidaire Dishwasher Error Codes

CODE: i10
PROBLEM: A low fill has been detected.
FIX: Look for a pinched water supply line, or water shutoff is not completely opened.

CODE: i20, i40, iF0
PROBLEM: Clogged filters or a restricted drain line has been detected.
FIX: Check and clean both filters and sump area and check for a pinched or blocked drain hose. If the drain line is attached to a disposer, check that the knockout plug has been removed.

CODE: i30
PROBLEM: A leak or over flow of water has been detected in the bottom pan.
FIX: Look for loose connections at the water inlet valve and ensure the unit is properly leveled.

CODE: i50
PROBLEM: A problem has been detected with the drain or wash motor.
FIX: Pressing the cancel button or turning power off at the breaker for 5 minutes should clear this error code and the unit can be restarted.

CODE: i60
PROBLEM: A problem has been detected with the water heating system.
FIX: Pressing the cancel button or turning power off at the breaker for 5 minutes should clear this error code and the unit can be restarted.

CODE: iC0
PROBLEM: A problem has been detected with the electronic control system.
FIX: Pressing the cancel button or turning power off at the breaker for 5 minutes should clear this error code and the unit can be restarted.

CODE: UO
PROBLEM: Vent open
FIX: While in wash cycle, Main Control Board does not receive signal from vent assembly that vent plunger is closed. Plunger status is sensed with optical sensor in vent assembly. Check wiring between vent assembly and Main Control Board. If wiring correct, replace vent assembly. If error still exist, replace Main Control Board.

CODE: UF
PROBLEM: Fan not running
FIX: While in drying cycle, Main Control Board not sensing vent fan motor rotation at correct speed. Check wiring between vent assembly and Main Control Board. If correct, replace vent assembly. If error still exist replace Main Control Board.

CODE: ER
PROBLEM: Membrane Switch Failure
FIX: Main Control Board has detected a stuck key or a key pressed for more than one minute. Check connection from keypad to Main Control Board. If correct, replace keypad. If error still exist, replace Main Control Board.

CODE: CE
PROBLEM: Configuration Error
FIX: Check wiring connections between keypad and Main Control Board. Check for correct parts installed. Replace parts accordingly.

CODE: CL
PROBLEM: Close Door – Door Switch Open
FIX: Main Control Board not sensing door closed. Close door. Check door switches. Check wiring between door switches and Main Control Board. If wiring and switches are correct, replace Main Control Board.

CODE: dP
PROBLEM: Drain Pump
FIX: Displayed in relay test when drain pump is activated.

CODE: FL
PROBLEM: Water Valve Is Open
FIX: Displayed in relay test when water valve is activated.

CODE: HO
PROBLEM: Heat Delay
FIX: The control is delaying cycle to allow water temperature to rise to correct temperature in attempt to assure optimum performance.

CODE: hs
PROBLEM: Hall Sensor
FIX: The control has sensed an error with hall sensor in motor. Check wiring between motor and Main Control Board. If correct, replace motor. If error still exist, replace Main Control Board.

CODE: LO
PROBLEM: Low Rinse Aid
FIX: Rinse aid level is low. Refill rinse aid dispenser.

CODE: PF
PROBLEM: Power Failure
FIX: A power failure has occurred. More than 10% of power has dropped to the unit. Check house wiring.

CODE: rA
PROBLEM: Rinse Aid
FIX: The control has sensed a problem with the reed switch in the dispenser. Refill the rinse aid dispenser. If error still exist, check wiring between dispenser and Main Control Board. If not corrected, replace dispenser assembly. If error still exist, replace Main Control Board.

CODE: RE
PROBLEM: Rinse aid reed switch
FIX: Rinse aid reed switch in dispenser is closed.

CODE: RF
PROBLEM: Rinse aid
FIX: Rinse aid reed switch in dispenser is open. Refill rinse aid dispenser. Replace dispenser assembly.

CODE: rt
PROBLEM: Relay / Triac Test
FIX: Relay test mode has been activated.

CODE: Sd
PROBLEM: Detergent Dispenser
FIX: Displayed in relay test mode when detergent dispenser is activated.

CODE: tu
PROBLEM: Turbidity Sensor
FIX: The Main Control Board has sensed a failure in the turbidity sensor. Check wiring. If wiring correct, replace turbidity sensor. If error still exist replace Main Control Board.

Frigidaire Range Error Codes

CODE: F0
PROBLEM: Electronic oven control failure
FIX: Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock).

CODE: F1
PROBLEM: Electronic oven control failure
FIX: Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock).

CODE: F2
PROBLEM: Oven temperature too hot
FIX: Check and replace oven temperature sensor (RTD).

CODE: F3
PROBLEM: Open oven temperature sensor (RTD)
FIX: Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.

CODE: F4
PROBLEM: Shorted oven temperature sensor (RTD)
FIX: Check sensor harness and harness connection between oven sensor and oven control. Replace oven temperature sensor (RTD) if wiring is ok.

CODE: F5
PROBLEM: Electronic oven control failure
FIX: Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock).

CODE: F6
PROBLEM: Electronic oven control failure
FIX: Replace electronic oven control (also called EOC or clock).

CODE: F8
PROBLEM: Oven door lock failure
FIX: Check lock relay and door switches.

Frigidaire Refrigerator Error Codes

CODE: OP in freezer temperature display
PROBLEM: Freezer temperature sensor open
FIX: Unplug the refrigerator and check wiring connections between the freezer temperature sensor and the electronic control board.

CODE: SH in freezer temperature display
PROBLEM: Freezer temperature sensor shorted
FIX: Unplug the refrigerator and disconnect the freezer temperature sensor from its wire harness.

CODE: OP in refrigerator temperature display
PROBLEM: Refrigerator temperature sensor open
FIX: Unplug the refrigerator and check wiring connections between the refrigerator temperature sensor and the electronic control board.

CODE: SH in refrigerator temperature display
PROBLEM: Refrigerator temperature sensor shorted
FIX: Unplug the refrigerator and disconnect the refrigerator temperature sensor from its wire harness.

CODE: SY EF
PROBLEM: Evaporator fan circuit failure
FIX: Unplug the refrigerator and check the evaporator fan wire harness connection in the freezer.

CODE: SY CE or SY CF
PROBLEM: Communications failure between the electronic control board and user interface
FIX: Unplug the refrigerator and check the wire harness connections between the user interface and the electronic control board.

Frigidaire Dryer Error Codes

CODE: E10
PROBLEM: Electronic control board communication error
FIX: Unplug the dryer for 5 minutes to reset the control board. Plug the dryer in and start a cycle. If the code appears, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E11
PROBLEM: Electronic control board communication error
FIX: Unplug the dryer for 5 minutes to reset the control board. Plug the dryer in and start a cycle. If the code appears, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E12
PROBLEM: Electronic control board communication error
FIX: Unplug the dryer for 5 minutes to reset the control board. Plug the dryer in and start a cycle. If the code appears, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E24
PROBLEM: Thermistor error
FIX: Unplug the dryer. Check the resistance of the thermistor (temperature sensor). It should measure around 50,000 ohms. If it’s defective, replace it.

CODE: E25
PROBLEM: Thermistor error
FIX: Unplug the dryer. Check the resistance of the thermistor (temperature sensor). It should measure around 50,000 ohms. If it’s defective, replace it.

CODE: E4A
PROBLEM: Long dry time
FIX: The normal dry time for the cycle has been exceeded. This code usually indicates a problem with the heating system. Unplug the dryer and check the heating element or gas burner components. Replace any defective parts.

CODE: E5B
PROBLEM: No heat
FIX: Unplug the dryer and check the heating system components. For an electric dryer, check the house circuit breakers to see if one has tripped. For a gas dryer, make sure that the gas supply cut-off valve is fully open.

CODE: E68
PROBLEM: Stuck key on the electronic control board
FIX: If you can’t free the stuck key, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E8C
PROBLEM: Frequent high-limit thermostat trips
FIX: The high limit thermostat trips if the dryer overheats. Clear any blockage in the exhaust vent. If the dryer heats constantly because a relay on the electronic control board is stuck, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: EAF
PROBLEM: Electronic control board failure
FIX: Unplug the dryer for 5 minutes to reset the control board. Plug the dryer in and start a cycle. If the code appears, replace the electronic control board.

Frigidaire Washer Error Codes

CODE: E11
PROBLEM: Fill time too long
FIX: Make sure that the water supply faucets behind the washer are fully open. Check for frozen fill lines in the winter.

CODE: E13
PROBLEM: Water leak in the tub or air leak in the water level pressure sensor air hose
FIX: Drain the water out of the washer. Unplug the washer and check the outer tub for cracks or leaks such as water dripping from the bottom of the washer tub or a hose.

CODE: E14
PROBLEM: Dispenser drawer not closed
FIX: Some models have a magnetic reed switch in the dispenser drawer housing that detects whether the dispenser drawer is closed.

CODE: E21
PROBLEM: Drains slowly
FIX: Check your house’s washer drain and the washer’s drain hose for clogs and clear any clogs found.

CODE: E23
PROBLEM: Drain pump relay failed
FIX: The drain pump relay on the control board failed. Replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E24
PROBLEM: Drain pump relay failed
FIX: The drain pump relay on the control board failed. Replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E31
PROBLEM: Water level pressure sensor isn’t communicating with the electronic control board
FIX: This error is only on models with a digital display. Unplug the washer and check the wire harness connections between the water level pressure sensor and the control board.

CODE: E35
PROBLEM: Water-level pressure sensor detects overfill
FIX: This error is only on models with a digital display. If the washer is actually overfilling, check the inlet water fill valves to see if they are shutting off the inlet water flow properly.

CODE: E43
PROBLEM: Control detects a problem with the door lock circuit
FIX: Unplug the washer and check the wiring harness connections between the door lock assembly and the electronic control board.

CODE: E44
PROBLEM: Control board failure
FIX: Unplug the washer for 5 minutes. Restore power and see if the code returns. If it does, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E45
PROBLEM: Control board failure
FIX: Unplug the washer for 5 minutes. Restore power and see if the code returns. If it does, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E46
PROBLEM: Control board failure
FIX: Unplug the washer for 5 minutes. Restore power and see if the code returns. If it does, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E47
PROBLEM: Control detects an open door lock circuit in Spin mode,
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the wiring harness for the door lock assembly. If the wiring harness, is sound, the door lock/switch assembly usually needs to be replaced.

CODE: E48
PROBLEM: Control detects a problem with the door lock circuit
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the wiring harness going to the door lock assembly. If the wiring harness, is sound, the door lock/switch assembly usually needs to be replaced.

CODE: E52
PROBLEM: Bad signal from the drive motor tachometer
FIX: Unplug the washer and check the wire harness connections between the drive motor and the motor control board.

CODE: E55
PROBLEM: Motor overheating
FIX: Unplug the washer and remove the drive belt. Spin the motor pulley. If it doesn’t spin freely, replace, the drive motor.

CODE: E56
PROBLEM: High motor current
FIX: Unplug the washer and remove the drive belt. Spin the motor pulley. If it doesn’t spin freely, replace, the drive motor.

CODE: E57
PROBLEM: High current on, inverter
FIX: Unplug the washer and remove the drive belt. Spin the motor pulley. If it doesn’t spin freely, replace, the drive motor.

CODE: E58
PROBLEM: High current on motor phase
FIX: Unplug the washer and remove the drive belt. Spin the motor pulley. If it doesn’t spin freely, replace, the drive motor.

CODE: E59
PROBLEM: No tachometer signal, for 3 seconds
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the resistance through the tachometer on the motor. It should measure, between 105 and 130 ohms.

CODE: E5A
PROBLEM: Motor control board is overheated
FIX: The motor control board is defective. Unplug the washer and replace the motor control board.

CODE: E5B
PROBLEM: Motor control board is overheated
FIX: The motor control board is defective. Unplug the washer and replace the motor control board.

CODE: E5C
PROBLEM: Motor control board is overheated
FIX: The motor control board is defective. Unplug the washer and replace the motor control board.

CODE: E5D
PROBLEM: Communication failure between the electronic control board and the motor control board
FIX: Unplug the washer and check the wire harness connections between the main electronic control board and the motor control board. If the wire harness connections are okay, replace the motor control board.

CODE: E5E
PROBLEM: Communication failure between the electronic control board and the motor control board
FIX: Unplug the washer and check the wire harness connections between the main electronic control board and the motor control board. If the wire harness connections are okay, replace the motor control board.

CODE: E5F
PROBLEM: Communication failure between the electronic control board and the motor control board
FIX: Unplug the washer and check the wire harness connections between the main electronic control board and the motor control board. If the wire harness connections are okay, replace the motor control board.

CODE: E67
PROBLEM: Incorrect voltage supply to the microprocessor on the electronic control board
FIX: Unplug the washer for 5 minutes and then restore power. If the code returns after restoring power, unplug the washer and replace the electronic control board.

CODE: E75
PROBLEM: Failed water temperature sensor circuit
FIX: This error code is for washers with a digital display only. Unplug the washer. Check the resistance through the temperature sensor circuit.

CODE: E95
PROBLEM: Electronic control board communication error
FIX: Unplug the washer for 5 minutes and then plug it in. If the code returns, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: EB1
PROBLEM: Incoming power, frequency out of limits
FIX: Unplug the washer. Have your local electrical power service provider check the power supply , frequency. If it’s normal and the code doesn’t clear, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: EB2
PROBLEM: Incoming line voltage is, above 130 volts AC
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the outlet voltage. If the voltage is high, have an electrician repair it. If the voltage is normal, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: EB3
PROBLEM: Incoming line voltage, is below 90 volts AC
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the outlet voltage. If the voltage is high, have an electrician repair it. If the voltage is normal, replace the electronic control board.

CODE: EF1
PROBLEM: Clogged drain pump
FIX: Unplug the washer. Clear the clog from the drain pump. If the drain pump is damaged, replace it.

CODE: EF2
PROBLEM: Too much suds
FIX: Reduce the amount of high-efficiency (HE) high-efficiency detergent being used in the washer.

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