Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
1 insert model number here to get exploded views for your fridge, this should help you in mounting the panel.
2 If the alarm keeps beeping, try first unplugging power cord for five minutes. If it does not reset check all wirings, unless the thermic sensor sensor or the new panel have gone faulty, it must be a wiring problem.
Let me know if you have any further query.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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that model does not want to come up in any systems I have access to BUT I will keep trying for now I can give You some information from experience.
When I have customers with this exact complaint and the freezer has electronic controls ( I am assuming Yours has because You said "FAST FREEZE") it either ends up being a severed wire in cabinet or simply a faulty start relay on the compressor.
The relay being the most common, You could unplug the unit, remove power and take back panel off to access the compressor.
This will be the black metal part the size of a bowling ball with tubes coming out of it.
There will be a side that has wires going to it the relay is either under a cover or held in place by a wire clip. Remove clip/cover and the pull relay straight out, if You dont have a multi meter the best way to initialy check this part is to shake it....if it sounds like it has a bunch of pieces rattling around You found Your problem.
I will say on a rare occasion I have this relay damaged by a bad compressor but most of the time its just a faulty relay.
just to say, that if your model fits the thread, you'll find full details in the 14 pages!
NOTE! usually, it's electrolytic capacitors which go "bad" they are usually cylindrical with a rubber or plastic "lid"sealed in one end, with both wires coming out through the seal...typically, one side of the case will have a stripe on it,indicating thepolarity, which MUST be observed.
most faults here ,are concerning the SOLID DIELECTRIC CAP'S
(typically Mylar or polyester) they can be cylindrical (sausage) wire from each end, oblong "cushion" or box, disc.
fit any way round....they're bobbins money, probably less than a tenner to change THE LOT. Otherwise, if it's beyond your abilities, use the "find an engineer" function on this page.....at least you'll get an honest and competent repairer!
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