Question about Refrigerators
After temp has been satisfied compressor shuts down but never comes back on i have to unplug and plug back in to start cycle again
What is the complete model number of the unit?
Posted on Dec 10, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It sounds very much like control board problem. The chances of both sensors at fault seems unlikely. Unusual that it is the exact same temp unless they are your setpoint requirements. I would advice contacting reliable fridge guy to check the cabinet. Hope this is of some if not much help.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
0 Degrees is okay!
How long has the compressor been off when you need to switch it off and on to make it start again?
Perhaps it was on when you were out of the room for a short period?
Is it in a room that you spend hours in to be sure that this is the situation!
Do you have a thermometer in the freezer?
What is the model #.
And how old is the unit?
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Posted on Sep 22, 2008
Not the compressor. Two reasons why. If your compressor was bad, you would not hear it at all, also the compressor would be very hot, do to the piston not moving and the shaft just moving or the liquid not turning into vapor. One way to check for sure is to take a multimeter and see your voltage. You can also touch the suction and the liquid line, if one is cold and the other is hot or warm then compressor is working ok. Also when you unplug the system and you reset everything, you are not reseting the compressor you are reset the relay
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
No, that's not too long. It takes a long time to bring the temp in there down from room temperature to around 38 degrees and zero degrees in the fridge and freezer, particularly with the smaller, energy efficient compressors we now have in most of our appliances.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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