Question about GE PWR04FANBB Wine Cooler
My GE wine cooler, model PWR04FANABB, suddenly stop cooling. The compressor is hot and I hear a periodic clicking noise which I assume is the overheat protection?
I've tried unplugging it for 8 hours and plugging it in again. Same issue.
Sounds like the compressor starting relay. This should be available from from most appliance parts retailers that carry refrigeration parts. It is probably a plug-in relay which is easy to replace. PULL THE PLUG UNTIL YOU GET IT! Constant cycling on the thermal protector will damage the unit.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
Where is the relay switch
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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