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Factory Reset; Diagnostic Mode - Frigidaire FASE7073LW Datasheet

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Error
Fault
Code
Heaters Sensing
E67
Electronic Control Board defective
Failure
Outlet Control
Outlet Control Thermistor or wiring
E71
Thermistor open
circuit
Outlet Control
E72
Outlet Control Thermistor or wiring
Thermistor short
circuit
Wiring, Electronic Control Board, or
Communication
E91
Error
Incompatible
Electronic Control Board incompatible
E92
protocol
E93
Machine
Interface Board or Electronic Control
configuration
checksum error
Wrong configuration data loaded or
Cycle configuration
E94
Electronic Control Board defective
checksum error
Program mismatch
E97
Electronic Control Board defective
Main Supply
Frequency out of
EA1
Range
Voltage too high
EA2
EA3
Voltage too low
Improper home
EA4
wiring
Main V Sensing
Electronic Control Board defective
EA5
failure
High vent restriction, Exhaust Control
Vent Blocked
EF1
Thermistor, Inlet Control Thermistor, or
Electronic Control Board defective
Exhaust blocked; Exhaust Control
Max Timeout Timer
EF3
Electronic Control Board defective
Console button or Interface Board
Key Stuck
EF8

FACTORY RESET

1. Press and hold the "Temperature" and "Dry Level" buttons simultaneously for 6 seconds. For models with
"Temperature", "Dry Level" and "Dry Time" buttons, press and hold the "Dry Level" and "Dry Time" buttons
simultaneously for 6 seconds.

DIAGNOSTIC MODE

1. Press the "cancel" button to enter standby mode and enable diagnostic entry.
2. Within 10 seconds after pressing "cancel", press any button (but "cancel") to wake up the control.
3. Within 5 seconds of wake up, turn the selector knob to the far left cycle and press and hold the "cancel" and the center
button under the display simultaneously for 3 seconds to enter the Diagnostic Mode. (note: to save time at wake up,
the welcome screen can be bypassed by turning the selector knob).
4. Upon entering Diagnostic Mode, all lights should flash on and off.
5. The following steps can be cycled through by turning the selector knob clockwise:
Possible Fault Conditions
defective
defective
Interface Board defective
with Interface Board
Wrong configuration data loaded,
Board or wiring defective
Wrong configuration data loaded,
Line frequency out of limits or
Electronic Control Board faulty
Line voltage too high or Electronic
Control Board faulty
Line voltage too low or Electronic
Control Board faulty
Line connections in home faulty,
wiring or Electronic Control Board
defective
Thermistor, Inlet Control
Thermistor, Contact Sensor or
defective
Possible Solutions
Replace Electronic Control Board and retest.
Check resistance of Outlet Control Thermistor, and check wiring for open circuit.
Resistance should be between 4.9K Ohm and 6.2K Ohm at room temperature
(68-77° F or 20-25° C). Replace Outlet Control Thermistor and/or wiring and
Check resistance of Outlet Control Thermistor, and check wiring for short circuit
across Thermistor connections. Resistance should be between 4.9K Ohm and
6.2K Ohm at room temperature (68-77° F or 20-25° C). Replace Outlet Control
Thermistor and/or wiring and retest.
Check connections between Electronic Control Board and Interface Board. If no
wiring problems, replace Electronic Control Board or Interface Board.
Check if correct Interface Board console and Electronic Control Board are
installed. Replace appropriate hardware.
Check if correct Interface Board and console are installed. Replace Interface
Board and/or console.
Replace Electronic Control Board.
Replace Electronic Control Board.
Check frequency of line voltage.
Check amplitude of line voltage.
Check amplitude of line voltage.
Check wiring at terminal block for L1-N-L2 wired incorrectly.
Replace Electronic Control Board.
Check vent restrictions and resistance values of Exhaust Control Thermistor
and Inlet Control Thermistor.
Check vent restriction, Contact Sensor, and resistance values of Exhaust
Control Thermistor and Inlet Control Thermistor
Check buttons for activation when pressed. Replace console or Interface Board
2
retest.
as appropriate

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