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My fridge freezes everything on the bottom, it never stops, I had to disconnect because everything was frozen


Testing the Thermostat for Electrical Problems Again using the wiring diagrams, determine which of the wires coming from the thermostat supply the power to the compressor motor's start relay switch. To check the thermostat, you will need to take a continuity reading through the thermostat's main contacts. To do this, set the function on your DMM to the R X 1 function, insert the test probes into the holes on the harness plug associated with those wires and rotate the knob on the thermostat through its full range. In the thermostat's "OFF" position, the meter's LCD should display an "O.L." and then, as you rotate the knob clockwise, the LCD should display a "0.000" if the thermostat is functioning properly, electrically. If you get a "0.000" reading even in the "OFF" position, the thermostats internal contacts are stuck in the closed position, and you need to replace the thermostat.
Defective Temperature Sensing Tube If the thermostatic control checks out electrically, the problem lies with its temperature sensing tube or bulb. This tube contains a gas which condenses as it get cold. As the gas volume decreases, the spring loaded contacts open, shutting the compressor off. There is no way to recharge the sensing tube once it has lost its charge, so you will have to replace the complete thermostat control.

Apr 03, 2015 | Refrigerators

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Will a 6 x 8 norlake freezer with cold pack unit above operate with 202 volts


The compressor will most likely not go on if the compressors capacitor does not get enough power to kick start the compressor motor. It sounds like one of the 120v lines is loose, burnt or corroded some where from the inside the panel to the connections inside the unit causing a voltage drop. If it is, you are looking at a fire hazard.

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I am trying to replace my old thermostat with a programmable one, but the wiring diagram on the new one does not incorporate all of the wires that are currently attached. Please help.


The existing connections are O, R, Y, G, C, E, W2. Yes you will need a thermostat designed for the electric heater coils as indicated by the E terminal. The W2 could indicate a second stage cooling compressor.

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How do I wire a central heating room thermostat


You didn't mention if you had electric heat or gas heat. If you have electric heat you must move a wire on the thermostat to make the fan come on. Most all wall stats come ready for gas heat. No need to make a wire change for gas. Anyway I have a diagram of a typical central unit HERE

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Chest freezer not used for many years will not run now. Seized compressor? Can this be "unseized?


May be possible but most likely electrical, turn it on for 1 minute, listen for any clicks, turn it off, feel the compressor, if it is seized it will be warming up, if cold the problem is electrical quite likely the thermostat.

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Freeezer with no compressor activity


If all fans are running, but not compressor You could try to install 3 N 1 start kit, thats might help 50/50. If it will start compressor - be ready for compressor to go out soon. might work for a year.

Dec 13, 2009 | Kenmore Freezers

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Where can I get a wiring diagram for an under-counter Beverage-Air cooler. The condenser runs then stops after a few seconds. Figuring a bad relay? The power runs but the condenser kicks off immediately...


If it's the condenser fan you are talking about you will not need a wiring diagram. The fan should be wired to the compressor and the thermostat. the thermostat is the relay to start the fans and compressor. I will continue to look for a wiring diagram. When the fan wears out they will stop causing the cooler to overheat. I think replacing the fan would be what you need. I believe that Beverage Air used the Copeland compressor with the condenser fan mounted on the one end of the the same slide in compressor. Check your voltage on the 2 wires going to the fan. When compressor is on the fan should also be running. I just have the feeling that condenser fan is defective.
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Compressor not switching off


You still have the main power going to the compressor. Make sure the power goes through the thermostat before it goes to the compressor.
Check with bosch dot com for a wiring diagram, with colors and numbers.

May 25, 2009 | Bosch Refrigerators

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Can I bypass ac compressor


You can go to an auto parts dealer.They sell a bracket with a pulley that takes the place of an a/c compressor and allows you to use the same size belt It's available at a place like NAPA or Autozone.

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