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somethings wong with the venting ether he is getting a down draft ore it is pluged up take a lighter and see if the stack sucks the flame up if it does you dont have a problem but does not pull the flame up you have to take the venting aparte and find whats blocking your draft. the other thing your gas line might be pluged up.
The compressor is probably going out on either a pressure related or heat related overload. Both are a result of low refrigerant. There may be a low pressure safety swich that protects the compressor. Otherwise it may be an internal thermal overload that is tripping. It resets itself and comes back on. The thermal overload heats up and shuts off the compressor to protect it from too much heat which is gernerated by not enough refrigerant in the system to keep the compressor cool. It may be cheaper to replace the unit than have someone try and fix it. It is pretty time consuming and you cannot try it yourself unless you have an EPA Certificate to buy the refrigerant. Check with your local appliance repair man to see if he will tackle it.
get the yellow cord and the half red and half white in the back or side of the tv. behinde the xbox is a cord that's the color cords, at the of the cord that pluged in the xbox it says tv or hd, it swiches up or down see if that wroks if not you need to read the bood that came with the xbox.
Hi Leslie, It could be your power supply is dead. The 4 cable wire is the 12v axillary power supply for the graphics. When unplugged you will get no graphics when plugged in nothing will work if that rail of the power supply is faulty. Hank
There are very few parts on this unit. UNPLUG unit jump out the 2 wires to the t-stat. plug it in, if it runs the t-stat is bad.
After that theres the overload /start component on the side of the compressor. UNPLUG remove cover look for burnt wires , wires are ok feel if the compressor is HOT to the touch. if it is it could be off on internal overload. let it sit for a while plug in and listen for a hum or click in the compressor. If there is a Hum then click your back to eather your overload /starter is bad of the Compressor is bad. If you have an amp meter you can check the compressor by clipping the meter on power wire. on the information tag that has the model and serial # there is a amp draw for Lock rotor. If the unit draws Lock Rotor amps the compressor is bad.