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Refrigerator not working freezer is like fridge

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  • beyeore83 May 11, 2009

    no frost build up in freezer. no water into the fridge. yes the fan in running in the freezer

  • beyeore83 May 11, 2009

    Thank You

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Need more info is there frost buld up in freezer?or water leaking into fridge compartment?Is the fan running in freezer part?

Posted on May 10, 2009

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    tom wright May 11, 2009

    If your fan is running and there is no frost then you may have a faulty start relay on your compressor I would remove it and shake it if it sounds like burnt parts moving around in the relay you need a new relay.Other then that you may have a seal system leak hope i helped :)

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