- Starting: At a “Locked” state, press “Lock Setup” 5 times while “Freezer” Button is pressed.
- Display: The Code for the Error is Displayed using 88 Segment.
- Cancellation: Press “Lock Function” once.
- Automatic cancellation: In 4 min. after the starting, it is automatically cancelled.
- All Error Codes will reset, when it turns to normal state.
- Error Code Display
|F1||F-Sensor Disconnection, Short Circuit. At Temperature Display, a Disconnection is shown as “Lo” , Short Circuit “Hi”.|
|r1||R-Sensor Disconnection, Short Circuit. At Temperature Display, a Disconnection is shown as “Lo” , Short Circuit “Hi”.|
|rt||RT-Sensor Disconnection, Short Circuit. At Temperature Display, a Disconnection is shown as “Lo” , Short Circuit “Hi”.|
|d1||D-Sensor Disconnection, Short Circuit. At Temperature Display, a Disconnection is shown as “Lo” , Short Circuit “Hi”.|
|HS||Humidity Sensor Disconnection, Short Circuit. At Temperature Display, a Disconnection is shown as “Lo” , Short Circuit “Hi”.|
|dr||When R-Door Open is detected for one hr. or longer|
|dF||When F-Door Open is detected for one hr. or longer|
|dH||When home-bar Door Open is detected for one hr. or longer|
|C1||When Comp has run 3 hr. or longer as D Sensor detects -5℃ or higher|
|EP||At a EEPROM Read/Write Error|
|D2||At A/S forced Mode ( ΞΞ d2 displayed)|
|CE||For the Front, no Data from RX for 30 sec.|
|cE||For the Main, no Data from RX for 30 sec.|
|d3||At Power consuming forced defrosting|
|F3||When returning from defrosting by the time limit of 50 min. due to D Sensor|
|Ei||At I-Sensor Disconnection / Short Circuit|
|Eg||When I-Sensor Temperature does not go up to a certain point after a water supply|
|E1||D Sensor Open|
|E2||D Sensor Short|
|F1||F Sensor Open|
|F2||F Sensor Short|
|F3||Defect in defrosting|
|F4||Defect in S/W|
|F5||Defect in compressor|
How to Read Sensor Temperature?
Start: Press “Freezer” Button at “Locked” state and touch “Lock Setup” Button 5 times.
Cancellation: Touch “Lock Function” Button once Or automatically cancelled 4 min. after starting.
As Error Display Mode starts, the refrigerator operation time is displayed. Following are displayed in that order for every “Freezer” Key pressing.
- Refrigerator Operation Time Display
- F-Sensor Temperature Display
- D-Sensor Temperature Display
- R-Sensor Temperature Display
- RT (Surrounding Temperature)-Sensor Temperature Display
- Water-supplying Time at the Water-supply mode
- Humidity Sensor Temperature Display
- F1(F-Sensor Disconnection/Short Circuit)
- r1 (R-Sensor Disconnection/Short Circuit)
- rt (RT-Sensor Disconnection/Short Circuit)
- d1 (D-Sensor Disconnection/Short Circuit)
- dr (R-Door Switch Bad)
- dF (F-Door Switch Bad)
- dH (Home bar Door Switch Bad)
- C1 (Condenser Cycle Abnormal)
- EP (EEPROM Abnormal)
- d2 (Ξ Ξ d2 Display, A/S Forced Defrosting Mode Display)
- Co (Short Circuit Mode Display)
- H5 (Humidity Sensor Disconnection/Short Circuit)
Case: Front and side of refrigerator feels warm or hot.
Explanation: Pipes (refrigerant vessel) are placed beneath the surface to prevent moisture forming on it.
Case: Doors do not open easily
Explanation: When you close the door and then open again immediately, the door is not easy to open. Warm air rushes into the inside to create the pressure difference. In this case wait for a minute, then it will open easily.
Case: It sounds like water is flowing from the refrigerator.
- When the compressor starts to run or stops, refrigerant which makes the inside cold flowing in the pipes can make such a sound.
- Defrosted water can also make such a sound. (This refrigerator adopts an automatic defrosting system.)
Case: Cracking or clicking sounds
Explanation: Inside parts shrink and/or expand due to temperature change. When the inside gets cold or when the door is open, such sounds can be made.
Case: Humming or buzzing sounds.
Explanation: Compressor or fans for cold air circulation can make such working sound. (If the refrigerator is not level, the sound can be louder.)
Case: Dew or frost on the wall and/or food container surface in the freezer and refrigerator compartment.
Explanation: Frost and/or dew can be made in the following cases;
- High temperature and/or high humidity around the refrigerator.
- When doors are open too long.
- Foods with much moisture are stored uncovered or unwrapped.
Case: Dew on the cabinet surface.
Explanation: If it is highly humid around the refrigerator, moisture in the air sticks to the surface to form dew.