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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should also stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. the light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start. The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that normally, the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the fact that the door switch is released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off and then the temps started to rise. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached (however long that took), or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8-10 hours later.
+Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan had been both turned off and because of this the temps started to rise slowly which is normal. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they would normally do i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached (however long that took), or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8-10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should also stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. the light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start. The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that normally, the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the fact that the door switch is released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off and then the temps started to rise. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached (however long that took), or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8- 10 hours later.
+Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off and then the temps started to rise. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached (however long that took), or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8-10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should also stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. the light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start. The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that normally, the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the fact that the door switch is released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off and then the temps started to rise. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8- 10 hours later.
+Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off and then the temps started to rise. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached (however long that took), or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8- 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should also stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. the light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start. The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that normally, the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the fact that the door switch is released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8- 10 hours later.
+Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off and then the temps started to rise. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to a temp rise or the end of the defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8- 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should also stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. the light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start. The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that normally, the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the fact that the door switch is released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.
+Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred approx. 8- 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
-The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.
+The evap fan should also stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. the light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start. The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
-The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
-
-I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.
+I think that normally, the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the fact that the door switch is released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.
The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.
+Have encountered a similar problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
-See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate the switch.
+See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate/release the switch.
The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.
The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate the switch.
The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.
The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.
If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
-Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off, The fridge and freezer would then start to warm up and the only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start as they should have. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.
+Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off. The only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start again as they should have i.e. due to temp rise or end of defrost cycle. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate the switch.
The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.
The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.
-If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK. Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps has been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were turned off, The fridge and freezer would then start to warm up and the only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start as they should have. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.
+If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK.
+
+Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps had been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were both turned off, The fridge and freezer would then start to warm up and the only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start as they should have. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,
See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate the switch.
The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.
The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.
I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.
+
+If the fan doesn’t start again check that the switch is electrically OK. Have encountered a problem recently where the door switch contacts were corroded which meant that it couldn’t signal the control board what was happening with the door. Admittedly this only affected it when the set temps has been reached or the fridge was in its auto defrost cycle so the compressor and evap fan were turned off, The fridge and freezer would then start to warm up and the only way to restart them was to power down and reset the control board as they wouldn’t start as they should have. Once reset and running, the same problem happened again when the set temps were reached or a defrost cycle occurred ~ 10 hours later.

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Hi @djhellyeah,

See if you make it happen when the fridge is running i.e. compressor and evap fan running, by manually operating and releasing the refrigerator door light switch to see if the light goes off and on every time you operate the switch.

The evap fan should stop when the light is on i.e. switch released, and start again when switch is operated i.e. light is off. Hopefully you can hear it stop and start.

The compressor should continue to run though and not stop.

I think that the water/ice dispensers won't operate when the door is open and the only way the control board knows this is by the door switch being released.

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