Question about Refrigerators
Ok, if the compressor is running in a good cycle and, it is not shutting off and on in a quick manner, this will confirm a temp sensor issue. You can tell if the refrigerant is low if your compressor continues to cycle on and off. if its cycle is normal(about a 3 to 5 minute running cycle), this is a good charge state and, the temp sensor should be replaced asap.
Normally, if the compressor assembly was faulty, you would get a freeze over and the evap fans would also be inoperable as well. this is just a faulty temp sensor issue. click below to order your new tempreture sensor.
The part number is WR55X10025 and, it is located in the damper assembly.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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