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have the electrics tested for earth leakage ( faulty lead insulation, pest infestation across points etc)
the tripping indicates a electrical problem and is tripping out before some one gets electrocuted.
Check the rating of the electrical circuit breaker where the unit is tapped, it must be at least 25 % higher than the unit' s current rating on nameplate to avoid tripping.
If hi-limit of the unit trips after reaching temperature setting, try lowering the set point; hi-limits are designed to trip off at 450F for safety. Or it may be faulty causing premature or early trip off temperature.
The ELCB ( Electrical Leakage Circuit Breaker) is designed to detect any leakage of electrical current. When the current leakage occurs, the ELCB then trips the electricity supply
within a fraction of a second of the leakage being detected, before the
magnitude of the current reaches a lethal level.
Therefore any possibility of serious injuries due to electric shock to
persons who are in contact with the electrical appliance at that particular
moment is minimized. Have a licensed Electrician check out your outlet and an Appliance Technician check your refrigerator if outlet proves okay.