Modern aesthetics blended with advanced cooling technology define Kelon’s range of refrigerators. From compact single-door models suitable for smaller households to expansive multi-door variants for larger homes, there’s a fridge for every need. Unique features, such as adjustable shelving and specialized compartments, allow for organized storage. Energy-saving modes ensure eco-friendly operations, while fresh-keeping technologies guarantee prolonged food freshness. With a solid build and sleek designs, these refrigerators seamlessly integrate into contemporary kitchens.
E01: Temperature Sensor Fault
The refrigerator or freezer compartment temperature sensor is malfunctioning or not connected properly.
E02: Defrost Sensor Fault
The defrost sensor, which detects frost buildup, is not functioning as expected or has lost its connection.
E03: Evaporator Fan Fault
The evaporator fan, responsible for circulating cold air within the fridge, is malfunctioning or not running at the expected speed.
E04: Condenser Fan Fault
The condenser fan, crucial for heat exchange in the refrigeration cycle, is experiencing issues.
E05: Ice Maker Fault
There’s an issue with the ice-making mechanism, possibly a malfunction or blockage.
E06: Water Dispenser Fault
The water dispenser is not functioning correctly, which could be due to blockages, electrical issues, or other malfunctions.
E07: Door Sensor Fault
The refrigerator can’t detect the door’s open or closed state correctly.
E08: Defrosting Issue
The refrigerator is having problems with its defrost cycle, which can lead to frost build-up.
E09: Compressor Fault
The compressor, a crucial component in the refrigeration cycle, is malfunctioning or not starting up as it should.
E10: Overcurrent Protection
The refrigerator is drawing too much electrical current. This could be due to a malfunctioning component or electrical issue.
E11: Overvoltage or Undervoltage Detection
The refrigerator is detecting electrical voltage that’s either too high or too low for its normal operation, indicating potential power supply issues.
E12: Communication Error
There’s a communication issue between the refrigerator’s main control board and other components or sensors.
E13: Drainage Issue
The drainage system for defrost water is blocked or malfunctioning, potentially leading to water pooling or ice buildup.
E14: Refrigerant Leak
The system has detected a potential leak in the refrigerant. This can reduce cooling efficiency and might pose environmental concerns.
E15: High Temperature Warning
Temperatures inside the refrigerator or freezer compartment are higher than expected. This could be due to door seal issues, malfunctioning fans, or other problems affecting cooling.
E16: Low Temperature Warning
Temperatures inside the refrigerator or freezer compartment are lower than expected. This might be related to thermostat settings or malfunctions.
E17: Long Compressor Run Time
The compressor has been running for an extended period without achieving the desired temperatures, indicating potential issues with its efficiency or the refrigeration cycle.
E18: Air Flow Issue
The refrigerator is detecting problems with airflow, potentially due to blocked vents, malfunctioning fans, or frost buildup.