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The True TSSU-60-16 uses an oversized (134A) refrigeration system with air flow directed at the pans.... if the capillary tube is plugged it will NOT cool at all.. most of the time a restriction (plug) is at the drier where the capillary tube goes into it.. as it is smallest passage in the system...hope it helps

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KitchenAid KBRA22KL Moved houses and now fridge and freezer will not cool. Lights work. Here fridge has power but not kicking in the condenser. Is there a reset somewhere or is it fried. Pls help!


you must have laid the refrigerator down during transport. compressor oil is now blocking the capillary tube. just keep trying by plugging in for a few minutes every couple hours until the oil finally clears the capillary tube
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You laid the refrigerator on its side? If the refrigerator has been moved in this way oil from the compressor flows to the evaporator and blocks the capillary tube. Just leave the refrigerator standing for about tenty four hours. Then try plugging the power on for about ten minutes at a time until the compressor is able to continue running and the capillary tube begins to clear out the oil that was cause by laying down refrigerator. If this is the problem you simply need to plug in power for short times until the compressor starts again without restriction of oil in capillary tube. Do not plug it in and leave your refrigerator while there is back pressure and compressor will not run. That could cause damage to compressor. Have comments or questions please ask, Thanks Sea Breeze
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Who is performing this service ? The line he is referring to is the liquid (capillary tube) suction line which is welded together for proper heat exchange. If that is the case then this should be addressed by the manufacturer. Was the system properly evacuated and a new drier installed ?
Was the condenser clean ? The newer refrigerants along with overheated systems cause any moisture in the system to release salt which mixes with compressor oil. This sludge clogs up the capillary tube stopping refrigerant flow.

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The True TSSU-60-16 uses an oversized (134A) refrigeration system with air flow directed at the pans.... if the capillary tube is plugged it will NOT cool at all.. most of the time a restriction (plug) is at the drier where the capillary tube goes into it.. as it is smallest passage in the system...hope it helps

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