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 Posted: Sat Mar 31st, 2007 03:42 am
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Hey guys,
 
 
 
   I can repair practically any name-brand refrigerator,  but this LG has me stuck.    I have run the smart board entirely through the diagnostic mode and it says everything is OK - hours later a code comes up "Er FF"

 
 
 Model: LRSC26922TT

Serial:  407KRPV00464


I have had no luck finding any useful info on the web.... nothing but horror stories about LG.    I don't like these machines.
 
 ANY HELP IS GREATLY APPRECIATED



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 Found the answer!!
 
 The FF error code indicates that the freezer fan motor is defective. You could also get this code if ice is preventing the fan from turning. Please set up service for refrigerator.
 
 
 



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check your model/serial some lg fans have a recal cause they catch fire, it could be covered under warranty



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I have yet to see an LG evap fan actually fail, it's always a defrost/freezing issue. You can try to defrost the whole unit but most likely the PCB will need to be replaced with an updated board.



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The recall was for the condensor fan motor, you need to replace the mother board and the evaperator fan motor....it is damaged and may run too slow now...replacing the motor board may solve the problem but need to replace both.  We have done several of these under warranty...



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the recall for lg top mounts in canada was for evap and condensor motors

LG pays extra for that call if you do it on a saturday btw, so make sure you do them on a saturday if you ever find any and bill accordingly,

i spent a month of saturdays doin those darn recalls,musta had over 200 on our list

the evap motors i have seen fail if you take the armature out you can actually crumble it with your fingers

have i mentioned yet how much i HATE LG?

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 Sweet deal!!   This is for an insurance company that pays a flat fee - I am about to spend $$ out of my pocket to repair this....

 
 



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When was the unit bought, would be under warranty if not over a year old...mother board and evap fan motor and labor...



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