Question about Refrigerators
You may have lost enough coolant so it isn't enough anymore to do the heat transfer required to cool properly.
I don't know what the cost for recharging is in your area but I'd make a few phone calls before committing to anyone and if you have a Better Business Bureau in your area, check with them to see if they have member listings for that kind of service.
The compressors are pretty durable so your unit probably just needs coolant. Unfortunately, this isn't a DIY job; it requires the proper equipment to do the recharge and desoldering/resoldering of copper tubing. It isn't built like an automotive system which has a valve for replenishing coolant levels.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
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