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Laid down to transport and wont start need to know where to find tilt switch

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Never lay a bike down for transport. And there is no tilt switch.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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I believe it may have been laid down during transport. Leave it unplugged for another 24 hours and allow the compressor oil to return back down to the compressor. This is a very common problem if laid down on side during transport. After this time replug the power cord and listen and feel to insure warm air blows from bottom of refrigerator and cold air in freezer. The oil is to thick and heavy to be pushed through the capillary tube. Just be patient and not try to push the time getting it to cool again as the compressor will continue to overheat if oil remains in the cap tube. Thanks Sea Breeze

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a refrigerator needs to stand up straight for at least 12 hours after it has been laid down if it has been more than i hour to allow the refrigerant to settle back in the accumulator if you just plug it in you have a good chance of destroying the compressor or damaging it
I would recommend first having the unit serviced to see if the refrigerant level is low and if it is this is good get it recharged and than test it out and hopefully it will return itself to it's normal cooling like it did before if not than you know your compressor needs to be repaired ok
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