Question about Refrigerators
My fridge has stopped working. The light comes on, but nothing happens and no cooling is taking place. I have been led to believe that it may be the thermostat but, before committing myself to buying a thermostat I would like to investigate the ''innards'' of my fridge to see if it belt, brushes, motor, compressor, etc. To do this I would like a parts diagram so that I can identify my method of ''entry'' and also establish what the cause is before I lay out cash for spare parts - or, in fact, a new fridge. Can you help me please? The fridge is a larder fridge Type LF111D. Serial number 71700583. Thank you. N. Stanley
To test the stat short out the wires and see if the compressor operates and cools the fridge.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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