I NED TO CONECT 3-1 RELAY OVERLOAD CAPACITOR IN MI FRIDGE
HELLO!! I NEED TO KNOW HOW INSTALL THE 3-1 RELAY OVERLOAD CAPACITOR IN MY FRIDGE IT CAME WHIT 5 WIRES 3 GOES ON THE CAPACITOR AND 2 WIRES GOES IN THE POWER , BUT I DON'T NO WHAT IS THIS WIRES , IF YOU WANT HELP ME 1000 THANKS . TANK U firstname.lastname@example.org
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First take all the relays and capacitor off of compressor , then attach black wire with terminal on "C" terminal post usually top terminal, white wire with terminal goes on "S" terminal post on compressor, red wire with terminal goes on "R" terminal post on compressor. then take the two black wires one connects to white neutral wire and the other connects to the black power wire if tis fridge has a condensor fan then you will also need to connect it two the two black wires also thanks hope this helps
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probablemente el relay se quemo y no esta pasando corriente compra un 3 in 1 starter pack ( relay, capacitor y overload) en cualquier lugar donde vendan o reparen refrigeradores y con eso se te soluciona el problema
There are some checks that you should perform.
First remove the PTC relay and thermal overload.
Next do a resistance test of the 3 compressor terminals that are labeled as follows
C = Common
R = Run
S = Start
Read Each of the 3 terminals to the case of the compressor. NO grounds are allowed. Then read C to R and C to S. You must read resistance.
Last test is an amperage test with the PTC / Overload connected. You look on the compressor LABEL for the letters LRA and note that number that will be somewhere between 13.8 and 21.3 amps. You then measure the amperage on the power cord... or near the compressor. If the number of amps read is equal to or greater than the LRA (Locked Rotor Amperage) then the compressor rotor is infact locked and the compressor will have to be replaced. If it is trying to start and your sure the rotor is turning but it is not running at full speed you may have a bad run capacitor. Since you installed the 3 n 1 device I doubt you have a capacitor problem.
The compressor is usually fitted with a thermal overlload switch. It is usually secured to the compressor with some sort of spring mount so it maintains physical contact The parts guy was probably talking about a hard start kit. They typically are a universal fit, and come with instructions. Be sure to check the electrical supply to the outlet for the fridge. Excessive voltage drop when it tries to start will cause such problems, and will eventually cause damage to the compressor.
more than likely the compressor is not starting, it has a starting device on the left side of the compressor which has a relay/overload called a relay, remove the relay and shake it , if it rattles it has gone bad. the relay/overload combination has gone bad and can be replaced with pro41 relay. if the compressor has a run capacitor just eliminate the capacitor when replacing with new relay. connection of the two wires makes no difference.
There is no start motor. If the brand of the compressor is a tecumpseh then it is most likely the problem and has a 5 yr warranty from the date of purchase. If it is an Embraco compressor I would try and overload and relay. They are all in one part sometimes called a start device.