Kenmore Appliance Repair

Kenmore Appliance Repair
Kenmore Appliance Repair

Kenmore Washer Repair
Kenmore Dryer Repair
Kenmore Refrigerator Repair
Kenmore Range Repair
Kenmore Oven Repair
Kenmore Ice maker Repair
Kenmore Ice machine Repair

Kenmore Cook top Repair
Kenmore Vent hood Repair
Kenmore Freezer Repair
Kenmore Trash Compactor Repair
Kenmore Wine Cooler Repair
Kenmore Dishwasher Repair


Kenmore Appliance Repair
 

Kenmore is one of the most reliable appliance manufacturers which provides home and kitchen appliance with the best price/quality ratio. It’s no wonder, as Kenmore appliance is manufactured by some of the major brands like LG, Frigidaire, Whirlpool, Panasonic, Sanyo and Haier and has a lot of advantages which make them a must-have in your home. While using Kenmore appliances like a washer, a refrigerator, a dryer and other appliance of regular use, chances are one day, some of the appliances can go out of order and may need Kenmore appliance repair.
Once you experience any Kenmore appliance repair problems, for example, washer repair issues, or Kenmore refrigerator repair problems, or Kenmore dryer repair troubles, you can rely on My Appliance Repair Houston company. Our well-trained repair specialists in Houston have been providing high-end Kenmore appliance repair for many years to Houston residents and those customers who live in nearby Houston areas. No matter what is a model and year of your Kenmore appliance, our repair guys have a great expertise in all types of Kenmore appliance repair. Our authorized diagnosis, repair and maintenance services include the following large and small appliance repair:

  • • Kenmore freezer repair
  • • Kenmore washer repair
  • • Kenmore refrigerator repair
  • • Kenmore dryer repair
  • • Kenmore wine cooler repair
  • • Kenmore microwave repair

Our skilled Houston appliance repairmen are ready to fix any issues related to your Kenmore appliance repair at any time. Once we get a call from you and set an appointment, our specialists will do their best to come to your home in any Houston area and troubleshoot any Kenmore appliance repair problem within the same day. No matter what kind of problem is and no matter what is the type and model you have, our highly trained customer service specialists will do their best to determine the problem, find out what is your Kenmore model in order to send out experienced appliance experts with all the needed parts and details for quick Kenmore repair within the first visit to any Houston area.

If you choose My Appliance Repair Houston service, you can definitely rest assured that your Kenmore refrigerator, or Kenmore washer, or Kenmore dryer will be up and running the same day you set a repair service appointment with us.
Besides the same day repair, our company provides a lot of other benefits:
• Free Kenmore appliance repair estimates;
• Free diagnostic in case of a complete Kenmore repair by our Houston experts;
• A well-trained and licensed repair specialist who will quickly diagnose and fix any Kenmore repair issue, as well as give an expert advice on maintenance of your repaired appliance.
• Guarantee on all Kenmore manufactured appliance repair and factory replacement parts;
• Quick and affordable Kenmore refrigerator repair and other Kenmore large or small appliance repair within the first visit to any Houston or nearby area;
• A flexible service schedule at the most convenient time for you;
• A clean house after all the repair works are finished;
• A guaranteed customer satisfaction.

Kenmore Washer Problems

Kenmore washers are popular among consumers and for good reason. They are relatively reliable machines, but at the same time have their own problems.

The good news is that when they do have problems it’s generally easy enough to fix yourself.

So, rather than spend money on a repairman, check our information below for symptoms and fixes on your Kenmore washing machine.

If Kenmore Washer Won’t Spin, Check:

Lid Switch (Top Load Machine)

Your Kenmore washer will not spin if the lid switch is faulty.

This is a safety feature, to prevent accidents when somebody wants to stick his hand while washer is spinning.

To check this you’ll use a multimeter to check for continuity in the switch. If there is none, replace the switch.

Drive Belt

Drive belt connects the motor and transmission. So, Conduct inspection on the drive belt and make sure it’s tight enough.

If it is loose on the pulley or broken, you’ll need to tight the belt or replace it.

Motor Coupling (Top Load Machine)

The motor coupling connects your washer’s motor to the transmission.

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When the washer is overloaded, the coupling will fail on purpose to protect the motor and transmission.

It can also fail from normal use over time, if you find that it’s broken you’ll need to replace it.

Motor Control Board (Some Newer Models)

This control board provides the motor with power. When the motor control board is faulty, the washer will not work properly, if it works at all.

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First, you’ll want to check the board for any components that are burned. Then you’ll need to ensure the board is supplying power. If you can’t find that it’s sending power to the motor, it will need to be replaced.

Transmission Clutch (Top Load Machine)

The clutch is the part that makes connection between the tub and the transmission. It works to assist the tub with gradually gaining proper speed.

If it becomes worn out, the clutch will prevent the tub from being able to spin. This part is not repairable and will need to be replaced.

Rotor And Stator Assembly

The rotor and stator work together to create an electromagnetic field that’s strong enough to spin the tub in both directions.

The magnets inside the rotor can become damaged, and when this happens the washer won’t spin. You’ll need to access this part and inspect it for damage to determine if you need to replace it.

The stator contains windings that can become damaged. Inspecting these for any type of defect will tell you if the stator needs to be replaced.

If Kenmore Washer Makes Loud Noises, Check:

Drum Bearing

There is a bearing mounted in the center of the outer tub. This bearing helps make sure the inner tub spins smoothly.

Replacing this part is one of the more complicated fixes, and most people suggest that you replace the bearing and outer tub at the same time.

A most common issue when bearing seal is worn out and water starts leaking through.

Rusted bearings on the tub will make noise, kinda when airplane taking off.

Drive Pulley

When the drive pulley becomes cracked, bent, loose, or worn out it can make your washer loud. You’ll need to remove it from the machine and inspect it.

If you notice that it’s defective or damaged, it will need to be replaced.

Drive Belt

Over time the drive belts will become worn out. When this occurs the belt ends up breaking and causes the machine to make loud noises.

You will need to visually inspect the drive belt and if its broken, replace it.

Clutch

Aside from making the washer not spin, a failing clutch can also make the machine loud during or just after the spin cycle.

A failing clutch will make grinding metal to metal noise.

Again, this part cannot be fixed, so you’ll need to repair it.

Drain Pump

If the loud noise is occurring while your machine is draining, it’s probably the drain pump. This can mean it’s either clogged or faulty.

To determine if this is your problem you’ll need to access the drain pump and clear it of all debris. If the pump is free from debris but still noisy, you’ll need to replace it.

If Kenmore Washer Won’t Agitate, Check:

Drive Block Or Bell (Top Load Machine)

The drive block connects the agitator to the washer’s transmission. If the drive block becomes worn out, the transmission shaft will still move, but the agitator won’t.

You’ll need to inspect the drive block to see if it has any damage. If it’s stripped, damaged, or worn out, replace it.

Drive Belt

If the drive belt is broken or loose from the pulley, the machine won’t agitate. Check the belt for damage, and replace if needed.

Motor Coupling

This coupling connects the washer’s transmission and motor. If you overload your machine, this coupling will fail by default to protect the transmission and the motor.

You’ll need to inspect the part to see if it’s broken and needs to be replaced.

If Kenmore Washer Won’t Drain, Check:

Drain Pump Or Hose

The drain pump or drain hose can become blocked by debris. To determine if this is your problem you’ll need to remove the drain and see if there’s any debris.

If you find obstructions be sure to clean the pump and the hose to make sure they are free of clogs.

While you have the drain hose off make sure it’s not damaged in any way. If you find damage replace the hose.

Coin Trap Or Filter

Some Kenmore washers feature coin traps to catch small objects before they reach the pump. This part needs to be clean and free of debris to ensure your washer is draining correctly.

Simply remove the trap and thoroughly clean it

If Kenmore Washer Shakes Or Vibrates, Check:

Shocks

Eventually the shocks in your washer can wear out. They are important as they prevent the washer from shaking and vibrating.

Locate the shock absorbers on your machine and check them for damage. If you find that one is damaged, replace it. Also keep in mind that when you replace one you should consider replacing them all to ensure they get equal wear.

Suspension Rod

Your machine may have one or more broken suspension rods. These rods also help dampen any movement from the tub during the wash cycle.

To check the rods, inspect them to see if there are any visible damages. If you find that one is broken, simply replace it.

Counter Balance Spring

There may be at least one counterbalance spring broken on your washer. These springs work just like the shocks and suspension rods.

When a counter balance spring breaks, your tub becomes unbalanced. This will cause the washer to vibrate and shake during cycles.

You will need to inspect these springs to see if any of them are broken. Replace as needed. Also remember to check the frame where the spring attaches. If there is rust on the frame, replace that as well.

Leveling Leg

The leveling legs are important for keeping your machine balanced. Check each leg to make sure they are in the correct position.

If you find one that’s not secure, simply adjust it and lock in place.

If Kenmore Washer Is Filling Slow, Check:

Water Inlet Valve

This valve opens during the wash cycle to allow water to fill the machine. If this valve is faulty, the water may fill slow, or not at all.

Also keep in mind that this valve requires good water pressure to work right. So, first check that your water pressure is adequate.

If this is not the problem, clean the screens inside the valve hose connection ports. If the problem persists, replace the valve.

Low Water Pressure

Sometimes the water pressure at homes is too low. The water inlet valve requires 20 psi at minimum to work correctly.

If Kenmore Washer Is Leaking, Check:

Drain Pump

The drain pump can begin leaking water if it’s damaged, cracked or some of the hoses connected to get loose.

You cannot repair this part, so you will need to replace it.

Tub Bearings Seal

The tub seal can become torn, thus causing water to leak from around the seal. When this happens you run the risk of water leaking into your tub bearings.

If this occurs, the tub bearings will fail. So, when you find the tub seal leaking it’s a good idea to replace that and the bearings at the same time.

Drain Hose

Check the drain hose on your washer to ensure it’s not leaking. The most common place for a leak is between the pump and back of the machine.

Inspect the hose for leaks, and replace if needed.

Water Inlet Valves

This is probably the most common issue related to water leaking.

You need to open the top cover of the washing machine and check inlet valves on the back of the machine to make sure they are not leaking.

Kenmore Freezer Problems

Do the following if your Kenmore freezer is not freezing:

1. Check the Air Circulation

Poor circulation of air within the freezer will affect its ability to freeze food. Do not pack the freezer too full that even air finds it hard to move around freely. Create some space so that the cold air from the air vents can circulate and freeze food. Otherwise, you will find food and other items defrosting even though the freezer is in perfect condition.

2. Check the Door

Avoid opening the door of the freezer too often and for long periods. Otherwise, the humid air outside will get into the freezer and the cold air inside will escape. This will reduce the freezing capacity of the freezer.

In addition to the above, if your Kenmore freezer is not freezing, check the door seal to be sure it is still sealing tightly. If it is loose, worn or torn, you will get the same result as when you leave the door open for too long. Replace the door seal as soon as possible so that the freezer doesn’t have to work extra hard to cool.

3. Check the Hoses

One or more of the refrigerator hoses could have sprung leaks, resulting in the loss of cold air. Instead of the air to circulate in the freezer, it is lost, leaving the freezer warm.

If you cannot run this check yourself, have a repair technician run the check and determine what is to be done if there are leaks.

4. Check the Defrost Drain

A clogged drain will cause water to just back up and freeze up again in the drain and tubes. Over time, the cie will build up and freeze the fan, too. Consequently, there will be no cold air coming from the fan into the freezer.

Thaw the drain and clean any debris from it. That is if the freezer has an automatic defrost system.

Here are other things to check if your Kenmore freezer is not freezing:

5. Start Relay

The start relay helps to power the compressor. So, the compressor is unlikely to run if the relay is defective.

Since your Kenmore freezer is not freezing, detach the relay from the side of the compressor and run a test on it to check for continuity between its start and run terminals. If you don’t find continuity or the start relay has a burnt smell, replace it.

6. Evaporator Fan Motor

If the door of the freezer is open, the evaporator fan motor cannot run; the door has to be closed before it can run. But if you activate the switch of the door of the freezer, the fan motor can run even if the door is open. Therefore, open the door of the freezer and press the door switch to activate it manually. If the fan motor doesn’t run, replace it as soon as possible.

The fan has the duty to circulate cold air in the freezer after passing it over the cooling coils. If the motor of the fan is faulty or dead, the fan cannot run so the freezer will not cool.

7. Condenser Coils

Take a look under or behind the freezer to see the condenser coils if your Kenmore freezer is not freezing. One look at them will tell you if they are dirty. Clean them thoroughly, especially if you have never cleaned them. Leaving them dirty will significantly reduce their ability to release the heat from the refrigerant. As a result, the refrigerant will carry the heat into the freezer and reduce its capacity to cool.

8. Evaporator Coils

If the evaporator coils have frost on them, they will not be able to release cold for the fan to blow into the freezer. And if your Kenmore freezer defrosts automatically, it means something is wrong with either the defrost thermostat, the defrost heater or the defrost timer.

If you cannot find the defective defrost component, have a technician find it and replace it. More times than not, though, it is the defrost heater that is defective.

You will have to defrost the freezer manually to remove the frost on the cooling coils. Clear out the freezer and unplug it from the wall socket. Leave it unplugged for about 24 hours, depending on the ice in it. Lay towels or rags around the edge of the freezer to catch dripping water from the melting ice. When all the ice defrosts, the frost on the coils will completely defrost, too.

9. Temperature Control Thermostat

The thermostat controls the voltage that goes to the evaporator fan motor, compressor and condenser fan motor. These 3 parts, in turn, determine if the refrigerant system runs or not. So if the thermostat is defective, the refrigerant won’t run and the freezer will not get cold as a result.

Turn the thermostat from low to high and listen to hear a click. If you don’t hear the click, the thermostat is likely to be faulty. To be sure, test it with a multimeter to check for continuity. If there is no continuity, replace the thermostat.

10. Condenser Fan Motor

This part is not usually considered if afreezer is not freezing. But it could contribute to the freezing problem. If the motor is bad, the fan won’t be able to draw air through the condenser into the unit.

So, try to spin the blades with your hand. If they are stiff, then it is likely the bearings of the motor have worn out. This means that you have to replace the motor.

But if the blades are not stiff and no external object is keeping them from spinning, test the motor using a multimeter to check for continuity. If you don’t find continuity, replace the motor.

Also, consider checking the user control and display board, the compressor or the main control board if everything else is working fine. However, you may need to get a qualified refrigerator technician to check them out to accurately determine if they are faulty.

In very rare cases, the sealed system of the freezer could spring a leak. This can cause only one of the freezer shelves to freeze or a part of the cooling coils to frost up. In this case, you will need a new freezer because there is no other solution for a sealed system leak.

We want to note here that these possible solutions work for every model and type of Kenmore freezers. So if you have a bottom-drawer freezer, a deep freezer, a chest freezer, an upright freezer and any other type, these steps cover you.

Kenmore Dryer Problems

Are you trying to dry clothes on a cold winter day? You may have come across the problem of a Kenmore Dryer that is not heating. This can be an annoying issue, but luckily it isn’t too hard to fix! With this blog post, you will learn how to identify and fix your Kenmore Dryer Not Heating problem.

Appliances are essential to getting the jobs done in our day-to-day lives. However, it can be difficult to figure out what the causes are without troubleshooting when something breaks. If your Kenmore dryer is not drying, check out these potential fixes to get it working again.

How To Fix Kenmore Dryer Not Heating Up Problem

If your Kenmore dryer is not heating up, here are some things you can do to fix the problem.

Clogged Vent

One of the most common causes for a Kenmore dryer that is not heating up problem could be a clogged vent. Take off the back cover and check to see if there are any objects in it, such as lint or cloths. Be sure to also look at your exhaust pipe too! Venting problems can cause many issues with Kenmore Dryers and may even lead to fire hazards, so be diligent here when looking through these areas. If you do find an object obstructing airflow, remove it carefully by hand as soon as possible.

In order to avoid a vent clogged with old lint, the air from your dryer should be able to escape through vents and blow outside. If not, a long venting run can significantly slow down drying times by requiring several cycles of on-off time before clothes are fully dried.

To check for clogs, start a timed drying cycle on high heat. Go to the exhaust vent outside and use your hand to verify that the air is warm and flowing at an acceptable rate. If there’s little airflow, it may need some cleaning or replacement.

When you set up the dryer, initially make sure all vents are clear of debris, too; if not, then slow down while trying new strategies like using less time than recommended by manufacturers as well as running cycles without clothes inside (with towels).

If none of these things work out, find someone qualified in repairing machinery who can come over for diagnosis/repair service!

Clogged Lint Screen

If the lint screen is clogged, follow the manufacturer’s directions on how to remove it. If the screen is clogged, your clothes won’t dry properly and will take longer to dry than normal.

If the lint screen is obstructed or dirty, clothes won’t dry. To clean it out, remove excess lint and soak it in hot water and dish soap- a toothbrush can be helpful if necessary.

Uneven Loads

Clothes won’t dry if they are not evenly distributed in the dryer. Load them as close to each other as possible, and try rotating clothes 180 degrees halfway through the drying time, so both sides get exposed to heat from the moving air.

When you load your dryer, it’s best to wash items of similar size together for better performance. For instance, if you’re using an auto dry cycle on a large clothes item like jeans or sweats, try to load the dryer with smaller pieces that will tumble freely instead of getting caught up in the large ones. You may find that some small items come out dried, while others are fully wet because they didn’t tumble long enough.

Blown Thermal Fuse

If you are still experiencing the Kenmore Dryer Not Heating problem, even after trying all of these troubleshooting tips, it is possible that the thermal fuse was blown.

The fuse is a safety device designed to protect the dryer from overheating, and it’s located on either the blower housing or at one of its heat sources. The thermal fuse should be closed for continuity, meaning that there’s always an uninterrupted electric current running through it when in good condition.

If the fuse has no continuity, it means that the electrical path is broken and needs to be replaced. A multimeter can test for continuity. You should always check your dryer venting when replacing a blown thermal fuse, as blocked exhaust vents mean your clothes aren’t drying properly and will lead to more problems down the line.

Kenmore Electric Dryer Not Heating

A Kenmore electric dryer is a great appliance to have in your home, but there may be times when it does not heat. If this happens, here are some reasons why that could happen and how you can fix it.

 

Bad Heating Element

One of the most common issues with a Kenmore dryer that is not heating, is that the heater element has gone bad. The heating element in a dryer is supposed to warm the air before it enters the dryer. You may need to replace the heating element if your dryer isn’t producing enough heat or if the drying time has been increased significantly.

To figure out if your dryer’s heating element is working, you need to test it. To do this, you can use a multimeter and measure the resistance of the heating element. If it doesn’t provide at least 15 ohms of resistance, then your heating coil needs to be replaced.

You can continue troubleshooting if the dryer is not heating after replacing a faulty heating element.

Faulty Thermostat

A dryer uses heat to help with its drying process. However, if the thermostat malfunctions and shuts off the heat too soon, a dryer can overheat without actually overheating. There are a few tests that you can try at home before calling a repair person to troubleshoot your problem.

First of all, be sure to check the thermostat as per its manual. You will want continuity, and if not, then you should replace it with the correct part number from your user’s manual.

Yet another way to test your dryer’s heating element is by unplugging the device and disconnecting the two wires of your thermostat. To provide heat for the dryer, you’ll need to join these wires using electrical tape. Now that the thermostat has been bypassed turn the dryer back on. If it heats, you know for sure the thermostat is telling it not to heat up, and you need to replace it.

Kenmore Gas Dryer Not Heating

If you have a Kenmore Gas Dryer that’s not heating, this article will help you diagnose and fix the problem. It can be intimidating to troubleshoot your dryer when it is not heating up properly. There are many components in a dryer that can cause the machine to stop working correctly, so we’ll go through each one carefully before diagnosing what might be wrong with your Kenmore gas dryer.

Faulty Igniter

The igniter is a necessary component of the gas dryer. If it does not work, then there will be no heat, and you’ll have to spend your time on laundry hanging out in wet clothes instead of drying them off good! Luckily for us all, testing for continuity with an old-fashioned multimeter can tell if this important part needs replacing or just some new spark plugging up its works.

Flame Sensor is Not Working

On gas dryers, a flame sensor detects the heat from the flame. If the sensor goes out, the dryer won’t work. If your Kenmore dryer isn’t heating, don’t assume the flame sensor is defective. First, check to see if the igniter and thermal fuse are bad. If you’ve ruled out those causes, test the flame sensor for continuity at room temperature with a multimeter. If there’s no continuity present, replace it.

Faulty Gas Valve Solenoid

gas valve solenoid controls the flow of natural gas to the burner. If it shorts out, your Kenmore dryer won’t heat up and will need replacing. With this part in good working condition, you’ll get a nice hot flame. Continuity can be tested by placing one lead on each terminal while pressing down firmly with a screwdriver or other probe until resistance is felt – then release pressure. The reading should show an open circuit; if not, replace it!

If you are experiencing this problem, please comment below and let me know what the issue is. I will do my best to diagnose your Kenmore dryer problems based on the comments I receive from readers of this blog post. Thank you for reading!

Kenmore Wine cooler Problems

Wine Fridge Not Cooling

Whether you collect rare wines or you just like drinking it, the best way to store your collection is to keep the bottles in a wine cooler. This is especially true in the Phoenix area, where temperatures can reach triple digits. A wine cooler keeps wines at the perfect temperature and humidity levels so they can be enjoyed for years to come.

It can be detrimental to your wine if you are experiencing wine cooler temperature problems. There could be numerous reasons why your fridge is not working, and it is important to take care of it as soon as possible.

Common Problems With Wine Coolers

The first thing to understand about wine cooler problems is that there are two different types of wine coolers. One type uses a thermoelectric system to control the temperature. The other type uses a compressor system. Knowing which system you have will help determine the problem. If you do not know which type you have, contact Accutemp, and someone will help you right away.

Thermoelectric Wine Cooler Problems

1. Improper Room Temperature

When you have thermoelectric wine cooler problems, the room temperature may be the issue. This type of cooler does not maintain a cool temperature as effectively as the compressor systems do. The ideal room temperature is between 50 and 80 degrees. If the room is hotter, the wine fridge will not work effectively.

The good news with this issue is that the cooler is not broken, and the problem is easy to fix. Turn up the air conditioner or move the cooler into a room with lower temperatures, and the fridge will work properly again.

2. Defective Fan

A thermoelectric wine cooler uses a fan to move hot air out. If it breaks, gets clogged with debris or disconnects, the fridge will not work correctly.

To fix the issue, inspect the fan. If it is not connected, attach the connectors and see if that mends the problem. If there is a build-up of dirt, take a clean, soft cloth and wipe it clean. If neither of those is the issue, the fan may need to be professionally replaced.

Compressor Cooler Issues

1. Faulty Thermostat

If your wine cooler is not cooling, it may be because of a malfunctioning thermostat. This supplies power to the components that control and adjust the fridge’s temperature, so if it is broken, the interior will get too hot or in some cases, too cold.

Unfortunately, a thermostat cannot be fixed. It will have to be replaced for a new one to get your fridge properly working again.

2. The Fan is Not Working

The condenser fan keeps the coils cool, and if it is not working, the entire system can overheat.

If the fan is not turning, see if it is due to debris. If so, you can clean all the dust that is keeping the fan from spinning. If this is not the issue, you will need to replace the fan in order to get your wine cooler up and running again.

3. Faulty Evaporator

If your wine cooler is not cooling, it may be due to a broken evaporator. This may be a result of ice buildup. This element also has a fan, which may become dirty or blocked.

To fix the problem, clean up any debris around the fan or component itself. If the fan is bent or broken, you will need to replace it. If there is ice on the evaporator, it is easy to remedy. Just let the ice melt before plugging the cooler in.

Contact Accutemp for Wine Cooler Repairs

If you are looking for professional wine cooler repair in Phoenix, AZ, Accutemp is the perfect company. We can help you diagnose and fix the problem with your wine cooler. We assist with igloo wine cooler problems, as well as other brands such as Dynasty, Kenmore, Sears, Sub-Zero, Thermador, Whirlpool, and many others. Contact us to schedule an appointment.

Kenmore Microwave Problems

Kenmore is a well known brand that make a range of different appliances. Kenmore microwaves like all electronic appliances can have issues from time to time. Today, I will explain how to fix a Kenmore microwave that isn’t working

Generally, you should first verify if it’s getting power from the wall outlet. Try plugging it into a different wall outlet. Or, plug else into the same wall outlet to see if the wall outlet is working. If the wall outlet is working fine, in general, it’s best to have a technician repair it.

Kenmore Microwave ovens are display error codes on the LCD display. But, microwaves have very high amounts of electricity running through them. For this reason they should not be repaired yourself unless you’re a qualified technician. However, there are a range of more specific issues which can be fixed yourself, below I’ll cover what issues with a Kenmore microwave can be repaired yourself and which you can’t.

Kenmore Microwave Not Working (How to Fix)

There are a range of specific issues that can occur with a Kenmore microwave, including the LCD display not working, and the plate not spinning. Below, I will explain the common issues for it not to work, and how to fix them.

In general, the child lock may be on. This will stop the microwave from functioning. To turn the child lock on and off press and hold the ‘Start’ button for 4 seconds. If the LCD is not displaying anything at all, then check that the wall outlet is working, by testing it with another device.

You can use a phone charger or something similar that is easy to plug in and test the wall outlet. If the wall outlet isn’t working at all check your fuse box. The circuit breaker can have tripped and so your microwave isn’t getting any power.

Kenmore Microwave Not Turning On

The LCD display on your Kenmore microwave can be completely blank. This shows that it’s not getting power, or something is wrong with one or more of the components. Here’s what to do if your Kenmore microwave is not turning on.

Overall, first check that the wall outlet to your Kenmore microwave is getting power. Do that by testing the wall outlet with another appliance/device. If it’s getting power, typically, a fuse in your microwave has blown, and a technician needs to repair it.

It’s also possible the child lock is on. This will stop you from being able to start your Kenmore microwave. You may have noticed that the ‘Start’ button has a padlock icon next to it. And it’s because the ‘Start’ button can also be used to turn the child lock on and off. To do that press and hold the ‘Start’ button for 4 seconds. A small padlock icon will show on the LCD screen.

Kenmore Microwave Not Heating

After you press the start button and your Kenmore microwave lights up and the plate starts spinning the food or drink inside should begin being heated. If after a few minutes or more the food or drink doesn’t change temperature at all, it indicates that your microwave is not heating. This is what you should do if your Kenmore microwave is not heating.

In general, first check that it is indeed not heating by doing a test with a cup of cold water. Cook it in your microwave for 1 minute and see if it heats up. If it doesn’t then it’s definitely not heating. The only way to have it fixed is to have a licensed technician repair it for you.

Even on the lowest temperature setting after 1 minute a glass of cold water will at least warm up a little bit. One of the internal components has malfunctioned. It’s recommended by Kenmore to have a repair technician do the repair for you.

Kenmore Microwave Not Spinning

When a Kenmore microwave is operating normally the plate will spin slowly, and helps the food or drink to heat evenly. If the plate is not spinning a microwave still works, however, it’s better if it is working. This is what you should do when your Kenmore microwave is not spinning.

In general, inspect the plate to see that it’s seated on the spinning mechanism correctly. The spinning mechanism has grooves that the plate sits into. If it’s not that the spinning mechanism can be faulty, and it needs to be repaired or replaced by a qualified technician.

It’s common for the plate to come off the spinning mechanism. Or, if someone took it out to clean it, they may not have put it back on the spinning mechanism correctly. It’s very easy to adjust the positioning of the plate so that the fitting on the bottom of the plate is sitting on the mechanism correctly.

Kenmore Microwave Display Not Working

When the display on your Kenmore microwave is not working, it’s still possible to use your microwave. But, it’s much better if it’s working. Here’s instructions for what to do when your Kenmore microwave display isn’t working.

In general, the connection at the back of a display is faulty, and needs to be replaced. Therefore, if you have this issue contact Kenmore to organize a technician to repair it. The clock can also need to be set, instructions for how to do that are explained below.

To set the clock press the ‘Stop/Clear’ button and then press the ‘Clock’ button. After that use the numbers on the keypad to input the time. To store the time press the ‘Start’ button once for AM, and twice for PM.

Kenmore Microwave Keypad Not Working

The keypad is required to operate your Kenmore microwave. Typically, unless it’s locked it will always work. But, it can become faulty and nothing happens when you press the buttons, so here’s how to fix it.

As a general rule, the connections behind your keypad are faulty, or the keypad itself can be faulty. Microwaves are not recommended to be repaired yourself. Therefore, you should contact Kenmore to get a qualified technician to repair it.

It’s possible the touchscreen isn’t registering your key presses because your hands are wet. Or, the display needs to be cleaned. Wipe down the keypad using a damp cloth. And then dry it completely with a tea towel or paper towel.

Kenmore Microwave Light Not Working

The interior light on a microwave is very convenient because you can see if a dish is boiling over, or starting to spatter. Light all lightbulbs, the light can blow, or the connection can be faulty. Here’s a rundown on what to do if your Kenmore microwave light isn’t working.

As a general rule, the light has blown and needs to be replaced. The owners manuals of virtually all Kenmore microwaves have instructions for how to replace the bulb on your Kenmore microwave. If it doesn’t contact Kenmore, to see if it’s recommended to replace the bulb yourself.

Typically, it’s a matter of opening a few clips, and then unscrewing the existing bulb. Then putting in a new one. But, it’s important to always disconnect the power. There are various websites online where you can order a new bulb such as Sears, or Part Select.

However, first check whether it is possible to replace the bulb yourself in the owner’s manual for your specific model Kenmore microwave. An online version of the service, and owners manual can be found on this page of the official Kenmore website.

Kenmore Microwave Clock Not Working

The clock is handy because you can quickly glance at the time when eating or cooking the kitchen. It needs to be set manually when you first get your Kenmore microwave. But, it can be deleted and not working, this is how to get the clock working again.

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Generally, you press the stop clean button, then press the clock button. After that you type in the time using the numbers on the keypad. Then press the ‘Start’ button once for AM, and twice to set it to PM. After that the clock will be set.

The clock can get wiped if there’s a power outage, or if you disconnected your Kenmore microwave while it is turned on.

Kenmore Microwave Fan Not Working

There is a fan on Kenmore microwaves which cools the electronic components, and the interior if it gets too hot. It does turn on and off automatically when the microwave detects it’s getting too hot. But, if it’s not working at all, here’s what causes it and how to get it fixed.

In general, the fan is faulty and needs to be repaired or replaced. Microwaves are very difficult and dangerous to repair yourself. Therefore, you should contact Kenmore to have a qualified technician do the repair for you.

If your fan works sometimes but not others this is interestingly normal operation. Therefore, you don’t need to do anything. Typically, the fan not working at all will cause damage to your microwave because it will overheat.

Can You Reset a Kenmore Microwave?

There can be various glitches on a Kenmore microwave and doing a reset can fix these issues. Doing so will reset the internal computer and fix many different issues. Here’s exactly how to reset a Kenmore microwave.

Disconnect it from the power by turning it off at the wall outlet or unplugging it at the wall. Do this while your Kenmore microwave is on. According to the owners manuals of Kenmore microwaves there is no reset/restart button.

After doing a reset the display will only show ‘:’ and the time needs to be set. To set the clock check out the heading above that says ‘Kenmore microwave clock not working’. It provides step by step instructions for how to set the clock. A Kenmore microwave will automatically reset if there’s a power outage. For example, if one of the circuit breakers gets overloaded and clicks off.

Is There a Reset Button on a Kenmore Microwave?

Similar to other electronic devices and appliances a Kenmore microwave can need to be reset. This can fix various issues because it resets the internal computer. Here’s whether it’s possible to reset a Kenmore microwave.

There is no reset button on a Kenmore microwave. However, you can reset your Kenmore microwave by disconnecting it from the power while it is turned on. When you plug it back in the display will ask you to set the clock, or will just have ‘:’ on the display to let you know to set the clock.

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I’ve provided detailed step by step instructions for how to set the clock. Scroll up a little bit and look for the heading that says ‘Kenmore microwave clock not working’. Following the instructions there to set the clock.

How to Reset Kenmore Microwave

Microwaves have an internal computer that controls how each of the different components talk to each. It also is responsible for virtually everything your microwave does. When there’s an issue with your Kenmore microwave doing a reset can fix a large range of issues, so here’s how to do that.

As a general rule, disconnect it from the power while it’s turned on to reset your Kenmore microwave. There are no instructions in the official service or owners manuals for Kenmore microwaves. However, doing that resets all the settings, and it will ask you to set the time again.

The digital display can say ‘set the time’. Or, it will just have the semi-colon – the : symbol showing on the digital display. To set the clock scroll down to the heading below that says ‘how to reset the clock on your Kenmore microwave’. Follow the step by step instructions there.

How to Factory Reset/Hard Reset Kenmore Microwave

Various issues on a Kenmore microwave can be solved by doing a factory reset. According to the official Kenmore microwave owners manuals they don’t state a way to do a hard reset/factory reset. But, it is possible, this is how to do it.

In general, disconnect your Kenmore microwave from the power while it’s turned on. You can do it by unplugging it at the wall, or turning it off at the wall outlet. This will do a hard reset of all the settings including the time. After doing that you need to set the time again.

Instructions for how to set the time are explained in the next heading below that says how to reset the clock on your Kenmore microwave. Other than that your Kenmore microwave will operate as normal without you needing to change or set anything else.

How to Reset Clock on Kenmore Microwave

The clock can be set incorrectly on your Kenmore microwave which can be a bit annoying. After a power outage, or if you disconnect your Kenmore microwave from the power when it’s turned on will also wipe the clock, and it needs to be set again. Here are step by step instructions for how to reset the clock on your Kenmore microwave:

Overall, start by pressing the ‘Stop/Clear’ button, then press the ‘Clock’ button. Then use the keypad to enter in the time, for example, press ‘0, 8, 0, 0’ to set it to 8:00 AM or PM. Then press the ‘Start’ button twice to set it to PM, or press the ‘Start’ button once to set it to AM.

The clock will then display the time all the time, except when your microwave is in use. When the clock isn’t set it will just show ‘:’ on the screen when it’s not in use.

Kenmore Microwave Error Codes

If you’re looking for help fixing your Kenmore Microwave, look no further! Our comprehensive Kenmore Microwave error code guide will explain common issues, provide tips, and show you how to read your model’s error codes.

 

CODE: SE
PROBLEM: shorted keypad.

CODE: PF
PROBLEM: Power Failure.

CODE: E1, E2
PROBLEM: Thermistor Failure.

CODE: E11
PROBLEM: Humidity Sensor.

CODE: F1
PROBLEM: Thermistor open – No heat or thermistor sensing error.

CODE: F2
PROBLEM: Thermistor short for cooking – No heat in 10 seconds after cooking starts.

CODE: F3
PROBLEM: Thermistor short after cooking – Thermistor temp does not go down after cooking ends.

CODE: F4
PROBLEM: sensor open – Humidity sensor sensing error.

CODE: F5
PROBLEM: Damper switch sensing error.

CODE: F6
PROBLEM: Microwave relay has failed.

CODE: F9
PROBLEM: an inverter failure.

Kenmore Microwave error codes

CODE: SE
PROBLEM: shorted keypad.

CODE: PF
PROBLEM: Power Failure.

CODE: E1, E2
PROBLEM: Thermistor Failure.

CODE: E11
PROBLEM: Humidity Sensor.

CODE: F1
PROBLEM: Thermistor open – No heat or thermistor sensing error.

CODE: F2
PROBLEM: Thermistor short for cooking – No heat in 10 seconds after cooking starts.

CODE: F3
PROBLEM: Thermistor short after cooking – Thermistor temp does not go down after cooking ends.

CODE: F4
PROBLEM: sensor open – Humidity sensor sensing error.

CODE: F5
PROBLEM: Damper switch sensing error.

CODE: F6
PROBLEM: Microwave relay has failed.

CODE: F9
PROBLEM: an inverter failure.

Kenmore Dryer error codes

CODE: PF
PROBLEM: Power failure
FIX: A power failure occurred while the dryer was running. Press Start to continue the cycle or Stop to clear the display. If frequent power failures occur, check the outlet cord for the dryer.

CODE: F:01
PROBLEM: Main electronic control board failure
FIX: Unplug the dryer for 5 minutes and then plug it in. If the code returns, then replace the main electronic control board.

CODE: F:02
PROBLEM: Keypad/user interface failure
FIX: A button is stuck on the keypad on one of the two user interface control assemblies in the console. If you can’t free the button, replace the user interface control assembly with the stuck button.

CODE: F:20
PROBLEM: Heater relay failure
FIX: The heater relay on the main electronic control board failed. Unplug the dryer and replace the main electronic control board.

CODE: F:22
PROBLEM: Outlet thermistor failure
FIX: The control detects an electrically open outlet thermistor (temperature sensor). Unplug the dryer and check the resistance of that thermistor, which should be about 10,000 ohms. If the outlet thermistor is defective, replace it.

CODE: F:23
PROBLEM: Outlet thermistor failure
FIX: The control detects an electrically shorted outlet thermistor (temperature sensor). Unplug the dryer and check the resistance of that thermistor, which should be about 10,000 ohms. If the outlet thermistor is defective, replace it.

CODE: F:24
PROBLEM: Inlet thermistor failure
FIX: The control detects an electrically open inlet thermistor (temperature sensor). Unplug the dryer and check the resistance of that thermistor, which should be about 50,000 ohms. If the inlet thermistor is defective, replace it. NOTE: The inlet thermistor is combined with the high-limit thermostat on this dryer.

CODE: F:25
PROBLEM: Inlet thermistor failure
FIX: The control detects an electrically shorted inlet thermistor (temperature sensor). Unplug the dryer and check the resistance of that thermistor, which should be about 50,000 ohms. If the inlet thermistor is defective, replace it. NOTE: The inlet thermistor is combined with the high-limit thermostat on this dryer.

CODE: F:28
PROBLEM: Moisture sensor failure
FIX: Unplug the dryer and check the wiring connections on the moisture sensor. If the wiring connections are sound, replace the the moisture sensor.

CODE: F:29
PROBLEM: Moisture sensor failure
FIX: Unplug the dryer and check the wiring connections on the moisture sensor. If the wiring connections are sound, replace the the moisture sensor.

CODE: F:30
PROBLEM: Restricted airflow
FIX: Clean lint from the lint screen. If you use fabric softener sheets, wash the lint screen with water and a soft-bristled brush to remove fabric softener buildup. Clear any clog or restriction from the exhaust air duct system to the outside of your home.

CODE: F:31
PROBLEM: Low L2 voltage
FIX: The L2 leg of 240 volt power is below 30 volts. Check the house circuit breakers for the dryer and reset the L2 breaker if it’s tripped. Unplug the dryer and check the power cord wire connections on the terminal block. Reconnect any loose wires or replace the power cord if it’s damaged. Have an electrician check the 240 volt power supply for the dryer.

CODE: F:70 or F:71
PROBLEM: No communication between the electronic control board and the user interface control board assemblies
FIX: Unplug the dryer. Check the wire harness connections between the main electronic control board and the user interface control board assemblies. If the connections are sound, contact a technician to diagnose the cause of the communication failure. The main electronic control board and/or the user interface control assemblies may might need to be replaced.

CODE: F:72 through F:78
PROBLEM: User interface control assembly failure
FIX: Unplug the dryer. Check the wire harness connections between the user interface assemblies. Also check the wire harness connections between the main electronic control board and the user interface assemblies. If the wiring connections are okay, one or both user interface control assemblies probably needs to be replaced.

Kenmore Refrigerator error codes

ERROR: er 1F or er If
PROBLEM: Main control board lost a feedback signal from the icing fan motor for over 114 seconds
FIX: Fan – located in the rear of the freezer section and supplies cold air for the compartment where the ice maker is located

ERROR: Er FF
PROBLEM: Evaporator fan failed
FIX: Fan motor, control board – wiring harness

ERROR: Er FS
PROBLEM: Freezer sensor error
FIX: Sensor – wiring – connector problems

ERROR: Er rS
PROBLEM: Refrigerator sensor error
FIX: Sensor – wiring – connectors

ERROR: F dS
PROBLEM: Freezer defrost sensor
FIX: Sensor short – wiring problem

ERROR: r dS
PROBLEM: Refrigerator defrost sensor
FIX: Sensor short – wiring problem

ERROR: Er HS
PROBLEM: Humidity sensor
FIX: Sensor short – wiring problem

ERROR: Er IS
PROBLEM: Ice maker sensor
FIX: Sensor short – wiring problem

ERROR: Er SS
PROBLEM: Pantry sensor
FIX: The pantry is the deli drawer. Short in sensor or wiring problem.

ERROR: Er rt
PROBLEM: Room temperature sensor
FIX: Short in sensor or wiring problem

ERROR: Er It
PROBLEM: System error inside ice maker
FIX: Self-test ice maker routine

ERROR: Er gF
PROBLEM: Flow meter error code
FIX: Water pressure – flow of water

ERROR: F dH
PROBLEM: Sensor did not get over 40F in defrost
FIX: Faulty fuse – heater – control board

ERROR: r dH
PROBLEM: Sensor did not get over 40F
FIX: Faulty fuse – heater – control board

ERROR: Er 1F
PROBLEM: The fan for the ice compartment failed
FIX: Icing fan blocked – ice fan motor is defective – wiring in the circuit is defective – control board has failed

ERROR: Er IF
PROBLEM: ice compartment failed
FIX: Icing fan blocked – ice fan motor is defective – wiring in the circuit is defective – control board has failed

ERROR: Er CF
PROBLEM: Condenser fan motor is defective
FIX: Condenser fan motor – wiring – control board

ERROR: Er CO
PROBLEM: Communication error
FIX: Communication error between main board and display board

Kenmore washer error codes

CODE: Lid Lock LED flashing
PROBLEM: Indicates the control recorded one of the error codes shown below
FIX: Enter the diagnostic test mode to read the error code as shown in the above video link.

CODE: F0 E2
PROBLEM: Excessive suds
FIX: Use only HE (High Efficiency) detergent. Reduce the quantity of detergent to prevent excessive suds.

CODE: F0 E4
PROBLEM: High water temperature in the rinse cycle
FIX: Make sure that fill hoses are properly connected. Check the resistance of the thermistor (temperature sensor). It should measure around 50K ohms (50,000 ohms) at 77 degrees. If the thermistor is defective, replace it.

CODE: F0 E5
PROBLEM: Unbalanced load
FIX: Re-distribute the load inside the spin basket. If that doesn’t help, then check the suspension rods and springs. If a suspension rod and spring is broken or damaged, replace all of the suspension rods and springs (the replacement part is a kit that has all 4 rods/springs).

CODE: F1 E1
PROBLEM: Main electronic control board failure
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the wiring connections on the main electronic control board in the console. If the wiring connections are okay, then the main electronic control board will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F1 E2
PROBLEM: Motor control error on main electronic control board failure
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the wiring connections on the main electronic control board and the drive motor. If the wiring connections are okay, then the drive motor windings will need to be checked for resistance. If the drive motor is bad, replace it. If the drive motor is okay, the main electronic control board will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F2 E1
PROBLEM: Stuck key
FIX: This code is for models with a digital display. One or more keys on the user interface were actuated for 15 seconds or longer. If a key is stuck and cannot be freed up then the user interface control will need to be replaced.

CODE: F2 E3
PROBLEM: Mismatch of main electronic control board and user lnterface control
FIX: This code is for models with a digital display. It typically occurs when an incompatible control component (Main Electronic Control board or User Interface control) is replaced in the console. Check the replacement part numbers and reorder the correct part.

CODE: F3 E1
PROBLEM: Water level pressure sensor fault
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the air hose connection between the bottom of the tub and the water level pressure switch on the main electronic control board in the console. If no problems are found, then the main electronic control board (which includes the water level pressure switch) will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F3 E2
PROBLEM: Inlet water temperature fault
FIX: Unplug the washer. Open the console and check the resistance through the thermistor circuit (black wires). It should measure around 50K ohms (50,000 ohms) at room temperature. If the thermistor is defective, replace it (the thermistor is a component in the inlet valve assembly wiring harness).

CODE: F5 E1
PROBLEM: Lid switch fault
FIX: This code is displayed if Start is pressed with the lid open. If the lid switch on the lid lock/switch assembly isn’t detecting the condition of the washer lid properly, then the lid lock/switch assembly will need to be replaced.

CODE: F5 E2
PROBLEM: Lid lock fault
FIX: Unplug the washer. Check the lid lock/switch assembly for debris or an item that is interfering with the lock strike being engaged by the lid lock mechanism. If no interference is apparent, then the lid lock/switch assembly will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F5 E3
PROBLEM: Lid unlock fault
FIX: Unplug the washer. Lift the top panel of the washer to access the lid lock/switch assembly. Try to manually unlock the washer lid without breaking the lid lock/switch assembly and the lock strike. If the components are damaged, replace them. If the lid lock/switch assembly won’t lock and unlock properly, replace it.

CODE: F5 E4
PROBLEM: Lid not opened between cycles
FIX: If the washer is started several times without the lid ever being opened, then this code appears. If the lid is actually being opened between cycles but the control doesn’t detect it, then the door lock/switch assembly will typically need to be replaced.

CODE: F7 E1
PROBLEM: Basket speed sensor fault
FIX: See if the spin basket rotates freely. If not, then examine and replace any defective drive components. If the basket spins properly, unplug the washer and check the wiring connections on the shifter assembly. That component has the optical tachometer. If the wiring connections are okay, then that shifter will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F7 E5
PROBLEM: Shifter assembly fault
FIX: The main electronic control board cannot determine the position of the drive system shifter. Unplug the washer and check the wiring harness connections on the main electronic control board and the shifter assembly. If the wiring connections are okay, then the shifter assembly will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F7 E6
PROBLEM: Motor fault
FIX: Unplug the washer and check the wiring connections on the drive motor. If the wiring connections are okay, then the drive motor will typically need to be replaced.

CODE: F7 E7
PROBLEM: Motor is unable to reach target RPM
FIX: Rotate the spin basket to see if it spins freely. If not, then a garment could be stuck between the outer tub and the spin basket. A problem with drive components could also cause excess friction. Inspect the drive components and replace parts as needed.

CODE: F8 E1
PROBLEM: Not filling or long fill time
FIX: Water isn’t being detected as entering the washer. If the washer isn’t filling, check the water supply faucets behind the washer to make sure that they are fully open. Check the fill hoses and inlet water valves. If the inlet water valve assembly is defective, replace it. If water is entering the machine but not being detected, then the main electronic control board (which includes the water level pressure switch) will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: F8 E3
PROBLEM: Overflow condition
FIX: If the washer is overfilling, check the inlet water valves. If the valves are not shutting off water flow, then replace the inlet water valve assembly. If the washer isn’t actually overflowing, then the main electronic control board (which includes the water level pressure switch) will typically need to be replaced.

CODE: F8 E5
PROBLEM: Hot & cold fill hoses are reversed
FIX: Check the fill hoses. If they are connected properly then the inlet water thermistor (temperature sensor) will probably need to be replaced. That component is part of the Inlet Water Valve Wire Harness.

CODE: F9 E1
PROBLEM: Long drain time
FIX: The washer isn’t draining after the drain pump runs for 10 minutes. Check the washer drain and the drain hose for clogs or restrictions. If the drain path is clear, unplug the washer and check the drain pump. If the drain pump is defective, replace it.

CODE: Wash LED on
PROBLEM: No fill or long fill
FIX: Water isn’t being detected as entering the washer. If the washer isn’t filling, check the water supply faucets behind the washer to make sure that they are fully open. Check the fill hoses and inlet water valves. If the inlet water valve assembly is defective, replace it. If water is entering the machine but not being detected, then the main electronic control board (which includes the water level pressure switch) will usually need to be replaced.

CODE: Spin LED on
PROBLEM: Long drain time
FIX: The washer did not drain after the drain pump has been running for 10 minutes. Check the washer drain and the drain hose for clogs or restrictions. If the drain path is clear, unplug the washer and check the drain pump. If the drain pump is defective, replace it.

Kenmore freezer error codes

Find the error code displayed on your refrigerator in the chart below and follow the Kenmore refrigerator model 795 troubleshooting tips to fix the problem.

Error Code Condition DIY Advice
Er FS

Freezer sensor error

Check/Repair

Sensor and wiring connector problems

Er rS Refrigerator sensor error
Check/Repair

Sensor and wiring and connectors

F dS

Freezer defrost sensor

Check/Repair

Sensor short or wiring problem

r dS Refrigerator defrost sensor
Check/Repair

Sensor short or wiring problem

Er HS Humidity sensor
Check/Repair

Sensor short or wiring problem

Possible parts
Humidity senso
Er IS Ice maker sensor Check/Repair
Sensor short or wiring problem How-to help
How to replace an in-door ice maker on a French door refrigerator Possible parts
Ice maker assembly; the sensor isn’t usually sold separately.
Er SS Pantry sensor Check/Repair
The pantry is the deli drawer. Short in sensor or wiring problem. Possible parts
Pantry temperature sensor
Er rt Room temperature sensor Check/Repair
Short in sensor or wiring problem Possible parts
Room temperature sensor
Er It System error inside ice maker Check/Repair
Self-test ice maker routine How-to help
How to replace an in-door ice maker on a French door refrigerator Possible parts
Ice maker assembly
Er gF

Flow meter error code

Check/Repair
Water pressure, flow of water Possible parts
Flow meter
F dH Sensor did not get over 40 F in defrost Check/Repair
Faulty fuse, heater, control board How-to help
How to replace a refrigerator defrost control assembly Possible parts
Controller assembly, defrost heater, relay on control board
r dH The fan for the ice compartment failed Check/Repair
Icing fan blocked, ice fan motor is defective, wiring in the circuit is defective, or the control board has failed How-to help
Troubleshooting an Er If error code on a refrigerator video Possible parts
Ice fan motor, Wiring harness, Power control board (PCB)
Er IF The fan for the ice compartment failed
Check/Repair

Icing fan blocked, ice fan motor is defective, wiring in the circuit is defective, or the control board has failed

Possible parts
Ice fan motor, Wiring harness, Power control board (PCB)
Er FF Evaporator fan failed Check/Repair
Fan motor, control board, wiring harness Possible parts
Evaporator fan motor, Power control board, Wiring harness
Er CF Condenser fan motor is defective Check/Repair
Condenser fan motor, wiring or the control board Possible parts
Condenser fan motor, Power control board, Wiring harness
Er CO

Communication error

Check/Repair
Communication error between main board and display board Possible parts
Display control board, Power control board, Wiring harness
E Od Wi-Fi modem failure Check/Repair
Unplug the refrigerator and check the wiring connection between the Wi-Fi modem and the display control board. Reconnect any loose wires. If wiring connections are okay, replace the Wi-Fi modem. If the problem continues, replace the display control board. Possible parts
Wi-Fi modem, display control board

 

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