Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
You are asking a very vague question. I will attempt to help you but I will have to assume a few things. Like: This is a residential frig, that uses R134a refrigerant, and the compressor is no larger that 1/4 H.P.
In this case what you are looking for is ABOUT 3 to 7 PSI on the LOW side or the suction side. High side could be 160 to 210 depending on many factors. Be careful!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A refrig cannot pull 40 amps in defrost , unless there is a direct short in the defrost system ( timer , heater , bimetal ) . I would use an extention cord ( for test purposes only ) , and try a different plug . Sounds like the circuit breaker is weak . In defrost , the MOST you should get , is 6 amps . This will not throw a 40 amp breaker . If you have an amp meter , remove the back refrig panel behind the refrig , and connect to one of the power cord lines (just not the green ground ) , turn into defrost and check the amps . This will tell you if short is in refrig , or weak breaker .
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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