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My question is my Kenmore Refrigerator display "Er 1F", What is means? How can reset it to normal?
My E Mail address is (dinkouchen@yahoo.com)

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 06, 2015 | 235 views


Try unplugging it for 5 min.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 22, 2014 | 195 views


Refer your inquiry to Sears.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 20, 2014 | 81 views


we also need more information to try to pintpoint the problem

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 19, 2014 | 275 views


Most refrigerators have the opposite problem with little kids pulling the door open then walking away leaving the door open. You can resolve this issue by raising the refrigerator up slightly. .it's helpful to have 2 people for this task. On the front of the fridge on each corner or there of. There are a adjustable leg and by adjusting the leg in you will change the level of the fridge. The farther they are turned out the fridge will lean back and that will with the force of simple gravity make the door close on its own without any help the further in the legs are turned the fridge will lean towards the front. But with some help you can make the cabinet of the unit perfectly level then when you open the door it will stay right where you leave it

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 19, 2014 | 76 views


OK this may sound to simple. First check make sure that the softener has a good steady power supply. Check make sure it's plugged in. Then check the electric supply box...the fuse box and see if you may have tripped a breaker or a fuse. The softener should have a red or green light if you have power. Red light display means that the softener is in error protect mode a lot of times your timer needs to be reset like extended period of loss of power. ..but usually provided you have power without any outstanding issues. ..just unplug unit for 5 minutes the repower it up by simply plugging it back in

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 19, 2014 | 106 views


You probably bent a blade into the deck. Its possible that something else is wedged in between the blade and deck. You can set the front wheels on a block and look under the deck. With mower off and blade disengaged, see if blades turn freely. Check each blade seprately.

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 14, 2014 | 131 views


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managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 14, 2014 | 91 views


Any issues with the water "uptake" to make the ice? Is it making ice & they just won't come out? Is the dispenser clogged? If you can provide a little more detail...better able to troubleshoot....is it making whirring noises (which would indicate the electrical is fine, but there's a jam or something).

managemylife.com | Answered on Jun 12, 2014 | 295 views



Does it show a faulty code. Where the sound coming from.
Does it show a faulty code. Where the sound coming from.
How long did you have the unit. Do you have a problem with water or ice. Have you ever cleaned condensor?

managemylife.com | Answered on May 29, 2014 | 70 views


That model was still made by A.Y.P. which is American yard products. A subsidiary of white outdoors the reason I am sharing this with you is that only ayp parts will interchange with your mow

managemylife.com | Answered on May 25, 2014 | 81 views


I've posted on this subject before. Your washer will not cycle correctly if there are any restrictions in the pump and this usually means that during doing the wash things have been transferred from your clothes generally the pockets. ..These things usually get lodged in the pump. When the washer enters the spin cycle the pump kicks in and pumps out the excess water. If you can get the back off the washer you will see a semi - round object that is usually white with 2 hoses coming out of it. One hose is the water in let hose the other one is attached to the drain hose that goes into the sewer drain outside of the washer. Make sure that the washer is unplugged then remove the hose that goes to the outside drain. Now with a flashlight look inside of the pump and see if you can see any debris or foreign objects. If you see anything in there you will have to remove these things through the hole where the hose connects. After removing debris replace hose inspect the surrounding area for obvious reasons why the washer may have stopped like look to make sure that the belt on the drive motor is ok. With no other signs of problems replace the back of the washer andplug it back in and try to sstart the washer just like you were just starting a new load of laundry. G

managemylife.com | Answered on May 25, 2014 | 222 views


Should be a control dial up inside near the light.

managemylife.com | Answered on May 23, 2014 | 73 views


Go to your local hobby store ie:Michaels,Hobby Lobby, sometimes they have business card boards of people that can help you.

managemylife.com | Answered on May 25, 2014 | 215 views


Either the drain hole is plugged or the fall is too much and water is passing up the slightly raised drain hole.

managemylife.com | Answered on May 17, 2014 | 41 views


here are instructions for a Kenmore, of course they may not apply to your model, but then you haven't specified your model so it is difficult to help!
do let us know if they work
Press "Clock."
Enter the time using the number pads on the right-hand side of the clock display.
Press "Start."
Press and hold down "Clock" for six seconds, until "CLO" disappears and "12hr" or "24hr" appears on the display. Press "Flex Clean" to choose between the 12-hour or 24-hour display. Press "Start."

managemylife.com | Answered on May 15, 2014 | 168 views

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