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Kenmore Freezer 25326082100.
weird error codes

by Manage My Life Last activity date:
October 28th, 2010

The freezer runs and cycles fine and is keeping the temperature as set by the touch screen but does not display the current temp (set to -3 but shows 0). Started beeping error "E". Then I replaced the battery and started to get error B and D. The B went away but the D is still there. The door switch operates the light. I shut the system off and unplugged/plugged all the connections to the board. Could the control board be acting up or is it the touch screen on the door?

Kenmore , Refrigerators
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scott d
I can understand your concern about the error codes. If the door is closing good and does turn the light off but the D in the display will not go away, the main module # 216979700 next to the compressor will, probably need to be replaced. Before replacing it, I suggest unplugging the unit again and check for loose connections on the module. Also make sure the wall outlet is a grounded 3 prong outlet. If these checks are good, and the D is still there, the module will need to be replaced. The E error code indicates a possible thermistor failure but it can also be a loose connection or module failure. Again check the wires at the module. The module is available at


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by scott d
October 28th, 2010
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Thanks.....that tells me the board which was on my list. Most expensive part, but a culprit.
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October 26th, 2010
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I can understand not knowing what the problem is with your freezer can be frustrating. I did locate a question similar to yours. I hope that it provides great tips upon what to do with the freezer good luck.
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October 26th, 2010
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