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To turn off HIGH TEMP ALARM, press and hold the HIGH TEMP ALARM button for three seconds. The indicator light will go off.
High Temp Alarm
The High Temp Alarm system will alert you if the freezer or refrigerator temperatures exceed normal operating
temperatures due to a power outage or other event. When activated, the HIGH TEMP ALARM light will illuminate.
If the freezer or refrigerator temperatures have exceeded these limits, the display will alternately show the current compartment temperatures and the highest compartment temperatures reached when the power was out. An audible alarm will sound repeatedly.
Press the HIGH TEMP ALARM button once to stop the audible alarm. The HIGH TEMP ALARM light will continue to flash and the temperatures will alternate until the temperatures have stabilized.
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Well there is no way to permanently disable the alarm because of course its there for a reason. Its possibly a dirty sensor or maybe the coils needing cleaned if there is no problem with the temp but it will certainly shut it off and hopefully will not give you any more problems. Sorry to hear it woke you up like that.
Give me just one moment I will pull up this information and see what I can find.
So far I have found that you have the option to turn off all the alarms.
When the Alarm mode is OFF, all audible alarms will be disabled until the featuree is turned on
So there is not a way to specifically turn it just off just to turn off all the alarms. Also here is a copy of your manual in the event you need it. I hope you find this information helpful and are willing to rate with 5 stars at the top. Rating does not stop you from getting back to me in the event this happens again.
Ok well then I must have the wrong manual I could have sworn it pulled up your unit but I must be wrong so I will opt out of this question and see if anyone else has any ideas.