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I have a one year old f 1801 built in freezer That is not

Customer Question

I have a one year old f 1801 built in freezer
That is not working. We had a very short
Power failure and now the unit is appearing
To defrost. The settings are on maximum cool
The built in fridge beside it is working well.

I've tried turning off and on.

Suggestions.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.

Hello,My name is Bryan,I will be helping you today. Give me a few minutes to pull up your model. thanks .Be right back.

 

Can you recheck the model number from the tag inside. There should be more to it, thanks , Bryan

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Miele F1911 SF/02 FD 8807 5/78267447
100021
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.
okay perfect are you getting and fault codes ?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
No. None.

It alarmed briefly initially and then again when
I removed all the food.
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.
okay . try reseting the control. (reprograming)

Initial requirements


A

Turn on the appliance.


A

Touch the thermometer p.


A

Touch the freezer icon to access the freezer.


Accessing


A

Note the position of the down arrow . (If the current temperature setting is


at the minimal setting of -15°F (-26°C) then this icon will not be lit. Touch the


up arrow icon to raise the temperature; this will make the down arrow


visible.)


A

Touch the thermometer p to turn off the display.


A

Press and hold in the area of the down arrow .


A

Touch the thermometer p once.


A

Hold the down arrow for approximately 4 seconds, until a c appears in


the display.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Ok I have the c
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Can you resend your response I didn't get it.
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.
sorry. I didn't get your response, site issues maybe, please stand by I lost the page on the tech sheets.
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.

Scroll through, using the arrows, to the desired function (e.g.,

b). See 030 Table


23 for a list of functions. Touch the thermometer

p to access the options for that


function. For example, if

b was selected, b- will be displayed after the


thermometer is touched.


Scroll through to the desired option. If an option is flashing, then it can be


selected. If it is lit steadily, then it has been programmed. See 030 Table 23 for a


list of options for each function.


Touch the thermometer p to save the option. It will now be steadily lit.


Scroll through to

- (e.g., b-).


Touch the thermometer

p to exit to the list of functions. b (as an example) will now


be displayed. Scroll to other functions to make changes, or scroll back to

c and


then touch the thermometer p to quit.


To quit without saving any changes, close the appliance door or do not touch any


icons for 2 minutes.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.
This doesn't make any sense. Can go call me? 807 767 8927
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.
I'm sorry we cant call you. is anything running in this now ? any fans or the compressor ?
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
All you've given me is a way o get to the function keys.
I don't know how I do the reset and I have no tables to make a choice here.

Can you tell me what to do with the functions to reset the freezer?
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.
shut the power off and then back on. that was to reset the board. see if this starts.
Expert:  Bryan replied 1 year ago.
okay this is the only programing that a customer can do.

1. Turn on the appliance.

2. Touch the thermometer .


3. Note the position of the down arrow . (If the current temperature setting


is at the minimal setting of -15°F, then this icon will not be lit. Touch the up


arrow to raise the temperature and to make the down arrow visible.)


4. Touch the thermometer to turn off the display.


5. Press and hold in the area of the down arrow .


6. Touch the thermometer once.


7. Hold the down arrow for approximately 4 seconds, until

c is displayed.


8. Scroll through, using the arrows, to the desired function (e.g.,

b). See


Table 1 for a list of functions. Touch the thermometer to access the


options for that function. For example, if

b was selected, b - will be


displayed after the thermometer is touched.


9. Scroll through to the desired option. If an option is flashing, then it can be


selected. If it is lit steadily, then it has been programmed. See Table 1 for


a list of options for each function.


10. Touch the thermometer to save the option. It will now be steadily lit.


11. Scroll through to

- (e.g., b -).


12. Touch the thermometer to exit to the list of functions.

b (as an example)


will now be displayed. Scroll to other functions to make changes, or scroll


back to

c and then touch the thermometer to quit.


13. To quit without saving any changes, close the appliance door or do not


touch any icons for 2 minutes.

 

Symbol Function Options Factory Setting

c

Main menu --- ---

 

 

I-

 

Temperature format

 

 

l-0:

 

°F

 

 

°F (I-0)

 

l-1:

°C

 

 

r

 

RemoteVision

 

module programming

 

 

r0:

 

Log off

 

---

 

 

r1:

 

Log on

 

 

r2:

 

Reset RemoteVision module

 

 

r3:

 

Reset RemoteVision module and

 

restore factory settings

 

 

r4:

 

Ad-hoc mode; reset and start with

 

a standard IP address, settings

 

available through customer service

 

(RemoteVision modules only)

 

 

b

 

Button sounds on/off

 

 

b0:

 

Button sound off

 

 

On (b1)

 

b1:

Button sound on

 

 

h

 

 

 

No function No options

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