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Whirlpool refrigator side by side(2 doors side by side)

When I plug in my refrigerator it turns on but does not get cold,every half second I hear circuit breaker clicking noise and refrigerator light turns bright and dim. I keep the refrigerator on the whole night but the refrigerator doesn’t get cold. Will you please tell me what cause is?

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  • Mahbooba Nov 07, 2008

    I don,t fix yet. I need help to fix. This is 2 doors side by side refrigerator.

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This sounds like the curcuit board has failed. No repair is able to be made to the board. Just replace the board and all should be fine..

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Kenmore refrigerator (bottom freezer)


U MAY HAVE BLOWN THE COMPRESSOR RELAY DUE TO THE TRIP? U CAN REMOVE IT FROM THE COMPRESSOR AND SHAKE IT IF U DONT HAVE A METER TO TEST IT, IF IT RATTLES THEN ITS BAD? IF THERE IS A CLICKING WHEN COMPRESSOR IS TRYING TO RUN ITS BAD, OTHER WISE I WOULD SUSPECT A BAD COLD CONTROL THERMOSTAT ESPECIALLY IF UR TURNING IT FROM UNDERNEATH AND NOT JUST THE KNOB? DID U USE A SCREWDRIVER TO GET INTO THE TINY SLOT UNDER THE TIMER AND TURN IT SLOWLY TILL U HEAR A CLICK? TURN AGIN AND THE NEXT CLICK SHOULD TURN IT BACK ON U SHOULD HEAR THE COMPRESSOR AND THE FAN WORJKING

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Not staying cold


tell me do you hear a buzzing sound for about 5 sec ending with a click sound. every so often?? if so then you have a start device (relay) problem on the compressor you may think the unit is running b/c the lights are on and fan is on but if you hear that noise coming from the back of the unit while turned on then its the start relay or worse case the compressor is locked up..9-10 though usually its the start device

Mar 15, 2012 | Kenmore Side by Side Refrigerator

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Hiya,i have a hotpoint fridge freezer ffa91 and the fridge is no longer getting cold.The compressor seems is hot but cant hear the normal noises coming from the fridge.The digital display shows an arrow...


1. is light on in side when you open the door. If not check breakers or fuses.
2. Can you hear the compressor running. If not do you hear any clicking sounds.
3. If you hear clicking sounds, try putting a fan on compressor and unplug refrigerator.
4. Wait one hour.
5. plug back in. If compressor starts let it run and see if it cools, if it doesnt, call service man.
6. If it goes back to clicking, call a service man.
try this

Mar 12, 2011 | Hotpoint Refrigerators

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MSD2454GRW. Clicking noise for about 10 seconds then shuts off. Freezer is thawing. Fridge "appears" to be cooling fine...not sure. Help...don't have the $$ to hire someone.


1. is light on in side when you open the door. If not check breakers or fuses.
2. Can you hear the compressor running. If not do you hear any clicking sounds.
3. If you hear clicking sounds, try putting a fan on compressor and unplug refrigerator.
4. Wait one hour.
5. plug back in. If compressor starts let it run and see if it cools, if it doesnt, call service man.
6. If it goes back to clicking, call a service man.
try this and let me know if it helps.

Feb 22, 2011 | Maytag MSD2454G Side by Side Refrigerator

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We had a new oven put in 2 days ago, and the installer turned off the circuit breakers. Ever since he turned it back on my side by side has been making a clicking noise (like a relay). Then it will hum...


Remove the bottom front panel of the fridge and locate the defrost timer. This is a small circular motor with a screw slot in the center. Turn the slot CLOCKWISE ONLY and listen for a click. As soon as you hear the click stop, wait about five minutes and feel the walls of the freezer they should now be cold.If this happens again the timer will need to be replaced. Thank you, Dana

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Clicking from the back, no water and not cooling or freezing.


Does the clicking noise happen every 30 seconds to 1 minute? If so, the klixon thermal current breaker could be cycling due to a current overload in the compressor circuit. A quick test to see if it is the klixon follows:
Open the refrigerator door and observe the interior light while the clicking is occuring. Observe two complete clicking cycles. Does the bulb dim or flicker real low as if someone flipped the switch off and back on real fast 1 time for each clicking noise you hear? If so, your problem is probably related to what I've outlined above regarding the compressor circuit and it's related components.

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Light is on but fridge will not run


there are certain posibilities as the pa refrigerator needs electricity. If the refrigerator's light doesn't work and it's motor doesn't run:

1) Check the power. Make sure the receptacle works (plug in a working lamp or a circuit tester). If the receptacle doesn't work, check for a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse.

2) Be sure the cold control is turned on.

3) If you discover that the refrigerator is plugged into a working outlet and the cold control is on but the device shows no signs of life, leave the door closed to retain the cold air and call an appliance repairperson

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Unit not running, not cooling electronic


To operate, a refrigerator needs electricity. If the refrigerator's light doesn't work and it's motor doesn't run:

1) Check the power. Make sure the receptacle works (plug in a working lamp or a circuit tester). If the receptacle doesn't work, check for a tripped circuit breaker or blown fuse.

2) Be sure the cold control is turned on.

3) If you discover that the refrigerator is plugged into a working outlet and the cold control is on but the device shows no signs of life, leave the door closed to retain the cold air and call an appliance repairperson

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The door is locked, no light on, washer won't run


Is the power cord plugged into a grounded 3 prong outlet?
Plug power cord into a grounded 3 prong outlet.
Are you using an extension cord?
Do not use an extension cord.
Has a household fuse blown, or has a circuit breaker tripped?
Check to see if a household circuit breaker or Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlet has tripped. If so, reset the circuit breaker or Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter. If the washer is on a fuse box, check to see if a fuse has blown and replace it, if necessary. If the problem continues to occur, call an electrician.
Are both the hot and cold water faucets turned on?
Turn on the water. Check the household faucets to see if the hot and cold water faucets are turned on. Make sure to open both faucets completely for proper fill.
NOTE: Both hot and cold water must be connected to the washer and turned on. The washer will not operate properly with only one incoming source of water.
Is the water inlet hose kinked?

Straighten the water inlet hoses.
Are the water inlet valve screens on the washer clogged?
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Turn off the water and remove the inlet hoses from the washer. Remove any accumulated film or particles. Reinstall hoses, turn on water and check for leaks.
Is the washer in a normal pause in the cycle?
The washer pauses for about 2 minutes during certain cycles. Allow the cycle to continue. Some cycles feature periods of tumbling and soaking.
Is the washer door firmly shut?
The door must be completely closed for the washer to operate. The door may look closed, but may not be latched. Open the door and close firmly.
Are the shipping bolts removed?
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All four shipping bolts must be removed from the rear of the washer before you operate the washer. Each unit is shipped from the factory with four bolts, which are designed to protect the washer during shipping. Failure to remove all of the shipping bolts, and the four plastic spacers that are with them, can result in noise, vibration, error codes and possible machine damage.
Has a cycle been selected, but Start has not been selected and held for 1 second?
Press and hold Start for 1 second.
Is the Control Locked status light on?
Press and hold the End of Cycle Signal button for three seconds. This will turn off the Control Lock feature.
Is the Delay Wash status light on?
Your washer will start after the selected hours of delay are completed.
Was the door left closed after the last cycle?
The washer door must be opened and closed again to start a new cycle. If the door is not opened between cycles, the washer may not start.

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