Question about Frigidaire FRS26H5AS Side by Side Refrigerator
It sounds like the compressor is locked up, and replacement is the only fix. By any chance did you lay the refrigerator down when you moved it? (It's OK to lay them down, but only on a particular side which varies from unit to unit.).
The "nothing" noise you indicate is/was the start relay jumping in and out of the circuit. It' supposed to do this, and when the compressor runs, you won't hear it over the other noise. But when the compressor is locked up, then you will hear it pull-in, and then hear it drop out as the windings in the compressor overheat and break the circuit.
If the compressor starts, then the windings don't get as hot, and the relay drops out, and everything is fine.
Reply back your thoughts/questions.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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For a new fridge, need more time to maintain the required temperature of the fridge and mainly the goods in it? So everything seems normal. The time will be reduced day by day since the goods will stay for longer time in and door opening will become less and less.
So don't worry everything seems fine.
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