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I installed a new 831932 temp control and still have the same problem I had before replacing it The dial is set at 1 or 2 and the temperature will get too cold 25-27 degrees. If i adjust the dial the tiniest bit,( like barely moving the knob), then the temp will go too high . So the temp control is controlling the compressor, but the temp ranges from 26-37 do these temp controls need calibrated?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unplug the unit & remove the plate holding the thermostat. The capillary for the thermostat will go into a very small tube that runs into the evaporator coil. You will probably not be able to see the tube but will have to feel for it and get a good orientation for where it is located before you pull the capillary out. Try to measure the amount of capillary in the tube as you pull it out so you know how far you have to push the new one in and put some kind of tape or mark on the new capillary before you try to push it in. you might have to soap up the capillary to get it to slide easier.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
check for loose connections at temp control and check for bad grounds the problem is in the wiring not the parts good luck and have fun
Posted on Dec 17, 2007
SOURCE: Freezer quits working
Solution Found! The problem is when the temperature surrounding the
refrigerator in the garage falls to < 45 degrees, the thermostat
regulating the refrigerator will not call for the compressor to kick in
to provide cooling (it's temperature requirements are being met). Since
there is no demand, the compressor will not cycle, which is how the
freezer is kept cold, and the freezer eventually warms up to match the
refrigerator temperature. Frigidaire makes a "Cold Kit" that I ordered
and installed from RepairClinic.com for $22 (Item
#: 1037646; Description: Garage kit). It's basically a strip heater
that runs off the control power to warm the thermostat and causes the
compressor to cycle once to twice a day to keep the freezer frozen.
After installation, the refrigerator stays at 40-45 and the freezer
stays around 0 degrees.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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