Question about Refrigerators
Door left open, trying to cool whole room, overload... made a really load noice... how do i fix it. unplugged for a year. once plugged in lights work inside but can hear the electric trying to start something but whatever it is won't crank up.... compressor?? motor?? can someone help me
When you left the door to the unit open it is likely that the coils develped ice buildup on them. When ice formes on the coils, liquid refrigerant will flood over to the compressor. Since liquid does not have the same compression characteristics as gas, the compressor fails. The sure way to knowing if your comrpessor is bad is is by using an electric meter. If you have voltage being applied to the compressor and the unit is not running then it is time to repair or replace.
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