Question about Refrigerators
Can you find a model number Donald? It could be just a start relay, overload and run capacitor. A defective fan motor can also cause those parts to go bad. Not sure about your 20 year old Refrigerator but from my view I believe they will outlast today's refrigerators. Just depends on what you can tell me more about the symptoms and results. Is the compressor hot? Sea Breeze
Posted on Oct 13, 2013
Testimonial: "Thanks for the quick reply John. Actually it is from 1981, Model EHT-201AK. I am physically unable to move the unit so I will try to get a friend to check the compressor (I assume the back panel needs to be removed? ) Also I only open it 5 or 6 times a day for very short periods of time. About 2 years ago the unit was running (at least the fans were) but there was no cold air and ~$150.00 was spent to repair it but I can not locate the paperwork for specifics. (I do recall it was not a compressor issue)"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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hi!! we have read your problem..every problem has a
solution.the temp depends upon your need.if you are using stronly freezers for storing food items like meat, then you can set the temperature to (0-10) degree celsius. else you can set it to (5-15) degrees.always keep the liquid items closed in the refrigerator failing to which it causes crystals.it also costs dearer since you have to defrost then. so always keep your food items covered.hope your problem is tackled..have a nice day
Posted on May 22, 2009
The sub zeros I have worked on have a compressor for each side. Is your fan blowing. You may have a defrost timer or heater. Possible low on gas but thats not very likely the sub zeros are made very well. Check to see if fan is blowing. Check condensor coils on top to see if they are clean. Check to see if your condensor fan is blowing. These are just possoble problem you can check if every thing looks good. Call a service tech ask for free estimate on repairs. Rus
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
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