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I have a MFI2568AEW not cooling. A door was left open a few hours. After closing it stop cooling. I unplugged it for a few hours then replug NO COOLING! . I saw on utube on the same scenario and he said most likely the thermostat so I changed it ,NOTHING COOLING! I NEED HELP!

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  • maddmaxx71 Feb 23, 2012

    I'll change the compressor relay still no coolant low low low on air blowing from the top frig.

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The ptc overload on the compressors bad,unplug the unit,remove the ptc off the side of the compressor and purchase a new replacement and it will again cool,this part is what starts and operates the compressor

Posted on Feb 17, 2012

  • maddmaxx71 Feb 23, 2012

    It didn't work, i can feel the compressor running,still no COOLING! . The air in the top frig.is blowing very low.

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Hello, Thank You for using FixYa. I will be helping you today.You have to replace the hv control board on the back of the unit. if that is your full model number and there are no numbers after it then its part number #: 12920710 Im sure this is it we replace them all the time.
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