Question about True TCGG-36-S
Posted by Anonymous on
Not too many things to say when it has gotten to that point. Check the condenser to make sure its clean and the fan is running. Make sure that the electric cord is plugged in and making a good connection. If you put gas in you may have too much in there, possibly the start relay and capacitor have failed. After checking the condenser and plug I would suggest calling a refrigeration tech. Good luck and hope this helped.
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