Question about Frigidaire Freezers
It does not run right now. Is it worth having a tech come and check it out or is there something I can check to see if it is fixable? It's about 20 years old. Tech visit would cost about $56 and wonder if it's better to jsut put that towards new freezer? Thanks
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my freezer
is there a temp control on this unit ?if so check the setting .if not and it is on and running but not cooling ,you have a bigger problem ,freon leak or other ,good luck
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
The thermostat needs to be replaced part # 216230400 it is $59.51 at www.sears.com (parts) or it is $52.45 at www.apdepot.com this will fix ya.... both will ship direct to you. If you have to leave you can unplug unit and jumper out the thermostat 2 wires plug back in. This will make the unit run 24/7 until you get the part but it is better than losing the food
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
you say when you advance the defrost timer , id assume turn it ever so slightly the machine kicks on ad begins to freeze again?? then prior to advancing timer i would expect the unit to be totally dead(stuck in defrost mode).no fans,compressor or anything. that suonds like a bad timer or chck the wires going into the timer
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
SOURCE: Freezer won't run
There is no reset switch. There is a thermal overload protector mounted on the compressor. Does the compressor hum and then give a click sound. If so your compressor has failed. If the compressor is cold (Room Temperature) and it does not try to run your thermostat may be bad. If so remove the temperature control and jumper the two main wires that connect to the control. Unit should be unplugged to do this operation. Insulated the wires so they do not contact any metal surface. Plug the freezer back in. If it runs and cools replace the thermostat.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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