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Model EW26SS65GSO Alarm went off and compressor not running,checked power to compressor not getting 120 volts.Evaporator fan runs. Relaced main board,but still have the same issue,could the problem be

Electrolux Ref. Model EW26SS65GSO compressor and condensor fan will not run

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make sure freezer door is closed all of the way when you press for water does dispencer light up and make click if it does make sure water comes out of pipe before hooking with frig. if you have water there make sure plastic water line is not crushed or kinked on back of frig.

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There are two wires to the evaporator, one hot and one neutral Unplug and check the neutral against ground with a continuity tester if ok test the other wire in a non invasive fashion using a safety pin

The way you do is to insert the pin say at several points on the wire until you discover where the break is. Use alligator clips, one is to be connected at the connector of the fan hot wire ( The suspected wire that may be broken) With alligator connected at the end of the wire connector, insert the pin at different points to check wire integrity with an ohmmeter. Where there is no continuity, that is where the break would be.

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