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Our fridge compressor won't run after a power outage, can it be reset?


compressors use a small start / run capacitor to start the compressor
modern fridges do not like spikes from power outages and many power boards and electronic components fail because of this and I am inclined top use a surge protector before the fridge cord plug
I went google and typed in --fault code 88-88 for samsung fridge model rf26aewp and the first site up is error codes /messages/ blinking
the site is support-us.samsung>popup>iframe
there is a detailed answer there with a list of fault codes as well and what they indicate
there are other sites that also refer to the fault that you have

Dec 15, 2015 | Samsung RF267AEWP - 26 cu. ft. French Door...

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Is there a reset button on montgomery ward 8838


If it is not getting cold I would first check the t-stat to see if it is operational only after seeing if there is power to the t-stat. If it is good then you most likely have a compressor problem. Check the overload on the compressor under the black cover on the side of the compressor if power is getting through that and still not running then comp is shot.


good luck

Apr 07, 2014 | Kenmore 12.8 cu. ft. / 362 liter Chest...

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Is there a reset button


No,
There is no reset button on a chest freezer...

here are some tips that will help to trouble shoot the compressor problem...

Refrigerator Troubleshooting Refrigerator Compressor

Refrigerator Compressor Start Capacitor and Start Relay


heatman101

Sep 15, 2010 | Whirlpool 7 cu. ft. Chest Freezer EH070FXM

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Compressor doesn't sound as if it is running...power light is on ...is there a reset button for compressor? I have a kenmore chest freezer model #16949


Good day,
Sorry, no reset but if the compressor is not running, it could be the thermostat as well. You will need a VOM meter to check to see if power is reaching the compressor.
If it is, it could be the compressor overload protector, the compressor start relay, which are both under a cover on the side of the compressor.

Jan 27, 2010 | Freezers

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Freezer is warm, not freezing at all, fans run


If the fans your talking about are in the refrigeration section, then the unit is not in defrost. The interior fans shut off during the defrost cycle.
There is a condenser fan motor in the machine section by the compressor. If it fails, the problem you described can occur.
If that fan motor is still, and the compressor is cool to the touch, then no power is getting to the refrigeration section.
Could be a bad thermostat, or the unit has tripped off on the high pressure safety switch. The high pressure switch can be one of 2 styles. Auto reset, which means it will try to restart the compressor when the pressures become normal. The other has a lock out feature that requires it be reset manually. If it goes out on the high pressure switch, once reset, check the condenser fan motor to make sure it is running and/or excessive dirt in the condenser, which must be blown out.
Other causes can be a total loss of refrigerant, or a compressor that won't run.
Short of a broken wire all items listed except for a dirty condensor and reset of the high pressure switch, require a decent knowledge of electrical, Knowledge in the use of a VOM meter and amp-probe, as well as a set of refrigeration gauges.

Oct 30, 2009 | Turbo Air 49 cu. ft. / 1388 liter...

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Will not kick on


Hi, did the whole refrigerator shut down or just the compressor?
If the compressor only shut down, the compressor is bad.
If the whole thing shut down, it might have went into defrost cycle.
Does this help?
Vic

May 30, 2009 | Freezers

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Frigidaire Mod FFC05C2AW1 freezer won't cool, hear something running, the light over the thermo. isn't on either. Any ideas?


please switch off your refrigerator for at least 5 hrs. than again switch it on. if your problem is not cured than it is sure that you have your gas chockage....... please visit your service authority

May 13, 2009 | Frigidaire 5 cu. ft. / 142 liter Chest...

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Frigidaire Freeze FFU1764FW0 failed after power brown out.


Yes a power brown out can cause compressor failure. More than likely If there was a power surge it is possible that the overload on the compressor opened. This is a safty device that helps protect the compressor. It usually resets itself but in the cause of a surge it may have burnt up. problem could also be in the relay or thermostat

Feb 27, 2009 | Frigidaire Freezer FFU1764

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Freezer won't run


There is no reset switch. There is a thermal overload protector mounted on the compressor. Does the compressor hum and then give a click sound. If so your compressor has failed. If the compressor is cold (Room Temperature) and it does not try to run your thermostat may be bad. If so remove the temperature control and jumper the two main wires that connect to the control. Unit should be unplugged to do this operation. Insulated the wires so they do not contact any metal surface. Plug the freezer back in. If it runs and cools replace the thermostat.

Jul 01, 2008 | Freezers

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Freezer not working


compressor is faulty. clicking noise you hear is the overload for the compressor. not worth repair and not diy

Mar 18, 2007 | Frigidaire 5 cu. ft. / 142 liter Chest...

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