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What is h.p. of aspera 115 volt compressor mo#T6215Z

Need to know the H.P. of aspera 115 volt compressor,mo.#T6215Z,so I can replace the plug in relay and the overload with proper one

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SOURCE: Refrigerator not cooling.

compressor has failed. not a diy job

Posted on Apr 25, 2007

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SOURCE: compressor short cycling

If the compressor is run off of a relay then you could install a delay timer to prevent short cycling.

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Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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SOURCE: replacing overload relay/capacitor on compressor of maytag fridge

replacing a start relay is very easy to do. usually its a swap the part wire for wire operation. in some cases you get a different looking relay but they normally have good instructions for the replacement part. if you'll post the model numebr fo your unit i can give you detailed instructions. thanks peyton

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: small refrigerator compressor overload relay cuts out

I am told if you measure two terminals and note the two with the highest resistance. Then measure each of the two terminals with the highest resistance to the common terminal they the two additional readings should read the same as the two terminals with the highest resistance when adding them together. If after adding the two there is more than 1/2 ohm difference one of the windings is shorted.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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SOURCE: compressor runs constantly, fridge cools, but not as cold as new

If unit is running constantly, and not nearly as cold as it used to be, most likely a freon leak. Possibly a partially frozen over evap too. If evap is mostly clear except for about 5% of it, most probably a freon leak. Changing controls will probably not fix anything. Need to look into this a little deeper.

Good Luck and hope this gets it done for you.

Posted on May 10, 2009

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