Yes, but fan or compressor (cant identify which) gets intermittently noisy for hours at a time. The digital temp displays also seem to be innacurate, and over temp alert is always on.
Yes. Ice is hollow, but that may be another issue, or connected. Not sure.
Ok, I got the panel down.
Over temp light still on
Rapid flashing only.
Display is all good. Not dim at all.
Results are :
1 - 1
2 - 1
3 - 2
4 - 1
5 - 2
6 - 1
7 - 1
Ok that is showing an error with the evaporator fan motor. The fan is showing it is not running at the correct speed. The fan may be bad, this is likely the whole issue and the reason it is going over temp. When in diagnostics at the evaporator check....check the voltage from P7-9 pin to P7-10 pin for 5-17 volts DC,...you can check it right off the electronic main control board plug. If you have it there replace the fan. If not replace the control. That would cause all the issues you are having. Also check to make sure the fan is not jammed.
Do you have part numbers for fan and control ?
Also are you referring to the main control board being bad ?
Sorry to bug on this. Mine is the 03 model, which I believe is the newer version. Can I bother you to get me part #'s for this version. Thanks !
Doesn't the board supersede to part # XXXXX ?
Would a loud fan type groaning noise, coming intermittently from the unit, lean towards one part or the other being bad ?
I have replaced the main board, and evap fan on this unit. It was good for 5 days then went back into over temp alert, and shows the freezer at 42 degrees (which it is not).