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Old 07-29-2007, 06:38 PM   #1
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I have a Norcold 4 door w/icemaker that maintains a temp between 42 - 50. This is the second refrigerator and tomorrow will be the third cooling unit added. If you press the temp and mode and hold for 5 seconds, the message center will display codes. Does anyone know how to interpret these codes. When the temp is set to 0 the code is -. Press the temp and the temp is now 1 the code is 88. Continuing: 2 is blank, 3 is 25, 4 is 41, 5 is " in the lower right hand corner of the display, 6 is Er, 7 is a small 7 in the top right corner, 8 same as 7 and 9 is a -.

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I have a Norcold 4 door w/icemaker that maintains a temp between 42 - 50. This is the second refrigerator and tomorrow will be the third cooling unit added. If you press the temp and mode and hold for 5 seconds, the message center will display codes. Does anyone know how to interpret these codes. When the temp is set to 0 the code is -. Press the temp and the temp is now 1 the code is 88. Continuing: 2 is blank, 3 is 25, 4 is 41, 5 is " in the lower right hand corner of the display, 6 is Er, 7 is a small 7 in the top right corner, 8 same as 7 and 9 is a -.

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Old 07-29-2007, 07:12 PM   #3
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Brynat's RV Service has a long list of service manuals listed. The Norcold 1200 series is about 1/2 the way down the page. Service manuals

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Thanks, I found the manual and the error code explanations.
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Fred, thanks for the link. I just posted this question on another board and then found your posting on this board.
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Glad the info has helped. The exchange of information is the best part of these forums. I am sure I obtained the info from another member, it's like a big wheel of information just rolling along.

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When your refer is operating do you hear fans in the vent area operating. During these hot days they will be running continuesly. On a warm day they will cycle off and on. There have been installations with fans missing or ones with a defective thermal switch to put fans off and on. The switch costs about $15 the refer has to be removed to replace most switchs. We have had people have their coils replaced and refers pulled thru windows only come to find out it was that darn switch.
Another problem on kitchen slides with a refer in it the upper vent has hot air trapped in roof area at top of refer vent area, a baffel was never placed to force the hot air out by the fans.
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