GE Monogram Refrigerator Repair in Atlanta

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GE Monogram Refrigerator Error Codes

When you attempt to fix the issue with your GE Monogram refrigerator, clear the error using the following steps:

  • Press the “System Check” button.
  • Hold the buttom for 15 seconds

If the error message returns, contact a GE Monogram refrigerator repair specialist for additional assistance. It Is Fixed Appliance Repair is happy to provide support for all of your refrigerator maintenance and repair needs.

Error CodeCauseSolution
CCThe refrigerator or freezer is too warm.There are several issues that may cause your refrigerator to be too warm.

  • First, check the temperature controls and ensure the refrigerator is at a sufficiently cold setting.
  • Next, ensure the refrigerator door is fully closed and that there are no obstructions preventing the door from closing.
  • Inspect the refrigerator door gasket for holes, tears, or leaks.

If there are no obvious reasons your refrigerator is too cold, you can check our detailed warm refrigerator troubleshooting guide, or contact a GE Monogram refrigerator repair specialist for assistance.

CIThe icemaker is not functioning.Inspect the icemaker. Remove any obstructions or ice cubes from the mold.

If the ice maker is clear but still isn’t making ice, ensure that the water supply to the refrigerator is turned on. If you turned off the water to the refrigerator intentionally, you should also turn off the ice maker to prevent additional error messages.

If no other causes are presents, contact a GE Monogram refrigerator repair service to inspect and replace the ice maker unit.

DFNo activity from the defrost system detected.Your refrigerator runs a periodic defrost cycle to prevent frost buildup on the condenser coils and inside the compartment. The error displays if the defrost system fails to activate within a specified time period.

If the ambient temperature of the room is below 55°F or 18°C, the defrost system may not activate. Reset the refrigerator to clear the code.

Other issues may be a problem with the defrost heater, wiring, thermostat, or timer. A repair technician may be needed to inspect and replace the defrost system components.

FFThe freezer is too warm.This error displays if the freezer temperature has been above safe levels for more than two hours. Ensure that the freezer and refrigerator doors can seal when closed. If you feel cool air escaping around the door, inspect the refrigerator door gasket for signs of damage.

Allow several hours for the freezer to return to normal temperature. If the error returns, contact a repair technician to diagnose the issue.

PFPower Outage.The error indicates a power outage. It is a good idea to check the food in your freezer for signs that it defrosted. If the power was out for more than a few hours, the food may not be safe to eat.
88Power surge detected.You may see this error if the refrigerator control board detected a power surge. To clear the error, disconnect the refrigerator from the power. You can either unplug the unit or turn off power to the outlet from the home circuit breaker. Wait five minutes and reconnect the power.

If the error returns, the issue may be with the control panel. Contact It Is Fixed Appliance Repair for assistance.

E2Fault detectd in the main control board.Some errors can be resolved by rebooting the refrigerator like a computer. Disconnect the refrigerator from the power and allow it to remain off for at least five minutes. Reconnect the power and clear the error. If the error returns, contact your local refrigerator repair service for support.
HRSThe defrost system can’t deactivate
tCTurbo CoolThis is not a fault code. This code indicates the refrigerator is in Turbo Cool mode. Refer to your refrigerator manual for more information on this setting.

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