If you are having problems with your Haier refrigerator error codes, read this article to know what they mean.
Haier Refrigerator Error Codes – What They Mean
Here are the basic Haier refrigerator error codes:
F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, E0, E1, E2, E5, E6, Er, and Ed.
Now, these codes represent different faults for different Haier refrigerator models. So below are the meanings of different error codes for different models:
Model Number HRF-663/664
E0 – the display board and the PCB board have a bad connection
E1 – the motor of the freezer fan is faulty
E2 – the motor of the cooling fan has a problem
E5 – the damper control is faulty
ED – the defrost system is heating
Er – the ice maker has a problem
F1 – R1 issue with the refrigerator sensor
F2 – R2 issue with the refrigerator sensor
F3 – the temperature sensor for ambient environment has a problem
F4 – freezer sensor has a problem
F5 – the defrost sensor has a problem
F6 – the defrost sensor has a problem
F7 – the sensor of the ice maker has a problem
Model Number HB21FC45N
F1 – problem with the sensor of the refrigerator
F2 – problem with the sensor of the freezer
F3 – problem with the ambient environment sensor
F5 – problem with the defrost sensor
F6 – problem with the ice maker sensor
E1 – problem with the fan motor of the freezer
E2 – problem with the cooling fan motor
Ed – problem with the defrost heating system
Er – ice maker is failing
Eh – problem with the humidity sensor
Model Number HRF-628
E0 – the connection between the display board and the PCB board is bad
E1 – fan motor of the freezer is faulty
E2 – the motor of the cooling fan is faulty
E5 – damper control is faulty
ED – problem with the defrost heating system
Er – problem with the ice maker
F2 – sensor for ambient temperature has a problem
F3 – sensor of the refrigerator has R1 issue
F4 – sensor of the freezer has a problem
F5 – defrost sensor has a problem
F6 – defrost sensor has a problem
F8 – sensor of the refrigerator has R2 issue
FC – ice maker sensor has an issue
Model Number HB21FC
F1 – problem with refrigerator sensor
F2 – problem with freezer sensor
F3 – problem with ambient environment sensor
F5 – problem with defrost sensor
F6 – problem with ice maker sensor
E1 – problem with the freezer fan motor
E2 – problem with the cooling fan motor
Eh – problem with humidity sensor
Ed – problem with defrost sensor
Er – problem with ice maker
Most of the error codes here mean the same thing in different models but could appear differently. If your Haier refrigerator model doesn’t appear here, consult your owner’s manual for help.
For further guidance:
F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, Fr and Eh indicate that there is an error with some of the sensors.
E1, E2, E6, E9 indicate that there is an error with the fan motor.
Ec, Ed, Fd, Rd, Hd indicate a defrost error.
E0 indicates a communication error
And Er indicates an ice maker error.
To fix any of these errors, call for a service technician. These are highly technical issues that are not so easy to fix.
Here is a short video that explains these error codes in a Haier refrigerator and what to do about them…
Check out these guides on error codes for other refrigerator brands…
- Bosch Refrigerator Error [How to Fix]
- Frigidaire Refrigerator Error [How to Fix]
- Electrolux Refrigerator Error [Quick Fix]
- GE Refrigerator Error [How to Fix]
- Hitachi Refrigerator Error [Solution]
- KitchenAid Refrigerator Error [Solved]
- Kenmore Refrigerator Error [How to Fix]
You can unplug your Haier refrigerator for about 10 minutes to reset it. Sometimes, this reset takes care of the faults that error codes indicate. But if the reset doesn’t take care of it, call a service agent.
Additionally, if there is any repair you can do yourself, remember to unplug the refrigerator first before you do anything. This is to protect you from electric shock and protect your refrigerator from damage.
Need expert help? Click here to use the chat box on this page to speak with a verified appliance technician right away. No need for expensive in-home service calls. No appointments. No waiting.