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Q:

Errors FF and IF? 79577563600 Kenmore Elite Refrigerator

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Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com and being a valued member.  I can certainly understand how frustrating it can be when your refrigerator displays an error code. 


The IF code means Abnormality of FAN Motor for Ice Making.

Check the connector for ice fan motor. If it is loose, reconnect. 
nplug and plug back.
Press test button on PCB 1 time (test mode #1)
Check the voltage between V-G, 12 ~ 16V, If abnormal, change Main PCB.
Check the voltage between G-F, 1 ~ 4V, If abnormal, check motor.
Open left door of refrigerator and put your hand near upper air vent while refrigerator are operated with test mode #1.
 If feel air, motor is normal
 If no air, separate grille fan and check motor
The FF code means Abnormality of FAN Motor for Freezer. 

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HFederico -
Sears Technician
October 28, 2014
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Youy have confirmed what I had researched also. If both items are not working properly, what part numbers will I need to repair it?

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Heidi -
October 28, 2014
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Lennox Furnace G12RQ3E-82-14, Burner not kicking on

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I understand how concerning this can be. The ManageMyLife website is a great place to find answers to questions that need qualified and insightful responses. Some of these questions that are asked will need specific research and will be answered by an expert with-in two business days but usually sooner.

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Dezeray -
January 22, 2013
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Thanks for using Manage My Life. What happens a lot of times with those old furnaces is that corrosion or dirt gets caked onto the wire terminals that go between the gas valve and the ignition control model (that is, if everything is still as it was from the factory).

Jiggling wires usually confirms that there is a loose wire connection or a loose or corroded ground connection. The Y and T terminals really aren't going to affect the heating equipment unless there is an intermittent short somewhere.

Things you need to check first and foremost.

1. Check for 24VAC across the W and C terminals. If you do not have 24VAC you have a thermostat or thermostat wire issue.
2. Check that the damper door is open.
3. Check for 24VAC across all safety switches (or continuity).
4. Check for 24VAC across the PV and PV/MV terminals.
5. Check for 24VAC to the module across the TH and TR terminals assuming that you still have a Honeywell module installed.
6. Make sure that none of the wire terminals have any dirt or rust on them.
7. Check all ground wires.

It should be noted that if you have constant voltage across TR and TH you should have ignition from the spark ignitor. If you notice that voltage is dropping across PV and PV/MV at any time, then your module is defective and needs to be replaced.

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Andrew D -
Sears Technician
January 22, 2013
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Where is the fuse on my furnace?

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I know how important it is to have detailed information when doing some repairs. I did some research and I was able to find a link in where you can enter the model number and a parts list diagram will pop up. I am also adding a second link in where you can set service to have a certified technician fix your furnace. I hope this helps with your furnace troubles while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
October 25, 2012
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Thank you for using Manage My Life. The Lennox furnace that you own has a small 2 amp fuse but it is unlikely that the fuse was blown. When your wife was cleaning out the furnace, did she make sure to fit the door on properly? There is a door interlock switch that if not closed, will not send power to the furnace. Voltage comes in to the furnace and goes through the door interlock switch before going anywhere else so if that switch is open, nothing at all runs. Either that or she may have accidentally hit the power switch near the furnace or blown the breaker.

I would suggest removing the doors to the furnace and pressing the black push switch down and see if the furnace has power. The fuse is more than likely going to be in the lower section of the furnace.

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Andrew D -
Sears Technician
October 25, 2012
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We checked the doors and power switch, all are fine. As is the breaker. We have no power to furnace, thermostat or a/c. The pilot is an auto light pilot, and it is not lighting either. My friend said that it would possibly be the circuit board or fuse, but suggested starting with fuse. Problem is I cannot find either. Would I have to pull a lot of stuff out to find them? Or could they be in the very bottom where the condenser coils are?

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daniel -
October 25, 2012
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From what I can tell from Lennox, this unit does not have a control board. It is a spark-to-pilot ignition system with an electronic ignition module. Probably made by honeywell, white-rodgers or robertshaw. This is an older unit so information on it is scarce. In order to blow the fuse (if your particular model has one), your wife, while cleaning, would have had to somehow short the low voltage circuit. The condenser coil would be outside and the evaporator coil inside. When you say the coil is in the bottom I assume that this is a downflow furnace configuration.

So you removed the doors and pushed in the door switch and it came on or did not come on? Did you have your wife or someone else look at the thermostat and see if it came on?

In the lower left (or upper right if a downflow) section near the corner of the furnace (with the doors off, there should be a relay and a transformer. Did any wires become loose or knocked off?

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Andrew D -
Sears Technician
October 25, 2012
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Yes, there is a white Honeywell box in there. No loose wires. Power is good going to and from the power switch. I have no idea what the issue is then.

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daniel -
October 25, 2012
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Nothing comes on

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daniel -
October 25, 2012
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How do you know you have power to the switch and out of the switch. Are you testing with a volt meter and are you reading 120VAC?

I'm also wondering about your thermostat powering down. Is it a digital thermostat and if it is, have you tried changing the batteries? If it's not digital then disregard my last question.

If none of that works, I would suggest getting a tech to look at it. All other tests would require electrical testing.

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Andrew D -
Sears Technician
October 25, 2012
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