Question about Refrigerators
Check outr the back of the refrigerator. there should be a poanel that has the compressor and the fan covered towards the bottom of the back. take off and see if you somehow pulled wires loose on the unit or if something is now hitting the condenser fan blade causing it to not cool the condenser off.
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Dec 03, 2015 | Refrigerators
Seems that the compressor has some fault within the unit as it takes in more current under pressure. Sometimes it can be due to fault within the compressor, failure of the valve , O-rings. Now shut down the fridge for about 6 hours and then plug in the fridge to start. Observe cooling to happen in about one hour and ice to from under three hours.
Earlier make sure that the thermostat was set to normal mode for freezer and fridge. If there is no ice formation we have a big issue as the compressor and gas must be checked out. , if RPM of motor is low check capacitor.
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