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Kenmore Refrigerating Appliances Error Codes – What You Need To Know!
Kenmore Refrigerating Appliances Error Codes – What You Need To Know!
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Kenmore Refrigerating Appliances Error Codes – What You Need To Know!

Is everything alright with your refrigerator, or it’s agitating you by not doing well? And if it is annoying you from a few days then what are you waiting for? Appliance Repair Expert is a repair always available to fix your fridge with the team of expert technicians. We have  experience in troubleshooting all types including freezers, wine coolers, built-in, and stand-alone refrigerators.

Important:
All the error codes mentioned in this article are usually displayed to inform you about minor issues that you may experience while using your refrigerating appliance. Consider ordering repair services if you are not sure what should be done with these or some other serious malfunctions.

Error codes for Kenmore Refrigerating Appliances

ERROR CODE CONDITION DIY ADVICE
d lights up on the fridge compartment display The appliance has the stuck air flap Try disconnecting the refrigerating appliance from the mains network and examine the air flap controlling the airflow taken from your freezer compartment to your fridge compartment and see whether it has any damage. Once you find the air flap is out of order, you will have to replace it with a new one.
C returned to the fridge display You have to deal with the faulty temperature sensor installed in your fridge compartment You have to deal with the faulty temperature sensor installed in your fridge compartment Disconnect your refrigerating appliance from the mains network. Examine the wiring harness leading to the temperature sensor and reconnect it back in place if you see it loose. If the wiring harness is damaged, it needs replacement. However, if the cable is intact and all connections are firm in place, you will have to replace the faulty temperature sensor installed in your fridge compartment with a new one.
C returned to the freezer display The temperature sensor installed in your freezer compartment has malfunctioned Try disconnecting the appliance from the mains network and examine the wiring harness leading to the freezer temperature sensor. Reconnect it back in place if you see it loose. If the cable harness is damaged, it needs replacement. However, if the harness is intact, it is the freezer compartment temperature sensor that needs replacement.
CF returned to the freezer display The main electronic control unit and the user interface control panel fail to communicate The main electronic control unit and the user interface control panel fail to communicate Try disconnecting your appliance from the mains network and examine the wiring connections on the main control unit and the user interface control panel. If you see loose wires, reconnect them back in place. In case the cable harness connections are intact, it is the user interface control panel that needs replacement. If the error persists after you have replaced the user interface control panel, it is the main electronic control unit that needs replacement
18 oF (or -8 oC) temperature indicated on the freezer display The temperature in your freezer compartment is too high The temperature in your freezer compartment is too high Check whether the fridge power cord is securely connected to the mains socket. Power failure is a frequent reason for the over-temperature condition. Once your freezer compartment cools down to its operational temperature, press the temperature keypad to reset the freezer temperature display.

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Is everything alright with your refrigerator, or it’s agitating you by not doing well? And if it is annoying you from a few days then what are you waiting for? Appliance Repair Expert is a repair always available to fix your fridge with the team of expert technicians. We have  experience in troubleshooting all types including freezers, wine coolers, built-in, and stand-alone refrigerators.