Hotpoint’s refrigerators and freezers stand out for their reliability and efficient cooling technology. The design, with its adjustable shelving and ample storage space, caters to modern households. Their energy efficiency ratings are commendable, ensuring that consumers save on electricity bills. The frost-free technology in some models means less manual defrosting, which is a definite plus.
F0: Defrost Sensor Fault
The sensor responsible for monitoring the defrost cycle is malfunctioning or giving inaccurate readings.
F1: Temperature Sensor Issue
The temperature sensor, which monitors the refrigerator’s temperature, is malfunctioning or providing inconsistent readings.
F2: Refrigerator Overheating
The refrigerator’s internal temperature has exceeded safe limits, indicating potential cooling problems.
F3: Refrigerator Under Cooling
The refrigerator is not cooling as it should, possibly due to a malfunctioning compressor or temperature control.
F4: Refrigerator Door Open
The refrigerator’s control panel believes that the door is open, which can affect cooling efficiency.
F5: Refrigerator Door Lock Failure
There’s a problem with the refrigerator door lock mechanism, impacting its ability to lock and unlock.
F6: Power Loss or Voltage Issue
The refrigerator has detected a power loss or irregular voltage from the power source.
F7: Control Board Error
There’s an issue with the refrigerator’s control board, potentially affecting various functions.
F8: Evaporator Fan Fault
The fan responsible for circulating air within the refrigerator is malfunctioning.
F9: Compressor Issue
There’s a problem with the refrigerator’s compressor, which is vital for the cooling process.
F10: Refrigerator Defrost Error
The defrost system in the refrigerator is malfunctioning, potentially leading to ice buildup on the evaporator coils.
F11: Refrigerator Fan Error
There’s a problem with one of the fans in the refrigerator, which affects air circulation and temperature control.
F12: Freezer Over Temperature
The freezer compartment is warmer than the set temperature, suggesting a cooling problem.
F13: Refrigerator Over Temperature
The refrigerator compartment is warmer than the set temperature, indicating a potential cooling issue.
F14: Water Filter Fault
The water filter for the dispenser or ice maker needs to be replaced or is not functioning correctly.
F15: Ice Maker Error
There’s a problem with the ice maker, affecting its ability to produce ice.
F16: Refrigerator Door Seal Issue
The seals around the refrigerator doors are compromised, leading to potential air leaks and reduced cooling efficiency.
F17: Drainage System Error
There’s a problem with the drainage system used to remove condensation or defrost water.
F18: Water Inlet Problem
The refrigerator is having difficulty filling with water, affecting the ice maker or water dispenser.
F19: User Interface Error
The control panel or touch interface of the refrigerator is malfunctioning or unresponsive.