Fault codes for fridges, freezers and fridge freezers that we know of as well as any notes that relate to the electronics on certain models such as reset procedures etc.
You can find out more from reading this article.
One of the reasons that we have been reluctant in the past to publish fault codes is that they are not always what they may first appear to be. Several of the larger appliance manufacturers will produce appliances under multiple brands and they, like some smaller manufacturers, will also produce machines for other brands and they will use the same PCBs or fault codes across several ranges. This can become very confusing for us let alone the public and we work with this stuff every day!
Before you start looking up a fault code first of all try to find out which ones will actually relate to your particular appliance and a good place to start is to look up the brand in our manufacturer section to see if the brand belongs to another company. If you see that the brand is owned by another company, for example Hoover is now owned by Candy, then there's a good chance that many fault codes from later Candy models after they bought Hoover will also relate to many Hoover models.
Where manufacturers buy in certain models, which happens a lot even on the big brand names and especially so for built in and integrated appliances, you may have to look about a bit to find the correct fault code you need.
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If you want help to find out what it wrong with your fridge or freezer, how to repair it yourself or whether it's worth repairing you can get help here.