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Danby 3.6 cu.ft. freezer is not freezing

The past 2 weeks there has been ice buildup on the inside of the unit. Last nite it totaly stoped working. The compressor is not runing. Not cooling at all. HELP PLEASE!

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The best is to check the wires at the compressor start device to make sure it has 120v and if it does the compressor is bad and if it doesn't the replace the themostat.
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Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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