Question about GE Refrigerators
We discovered that a rat partially gnawed on the electrical cord to our refrigerator. When we plugged it back it, there was a small spark, and now the refrigerator won't turn on. Thoughts? We did use electrical tape to do a repair on the cord until my husband can replace it tomorrow.
Unplug it,take off the tape,where it was chewed,Seperate each piece into 3 indiviual wires(You should see grooves in the wire,just cut along those grooves about 3-4 inches in each direction)Clean up the wires that are damaged,remove .5 inches of insulation only from the damaged wires,Twist the center one back together and tape,then do the same for the remaining wire..After you plug it back in you may need to check the breakers in the panel.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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