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Your Microvawe is probably shoreted internally. Best case scenario, it has an internal fuse but circuits might have suffered. If you are not properly a Microwave orven technician and you don't have the proper testers, you should take it to a repair service to get it diagnosed, it it can be repaired for a reasonable cost.
The first thing you need to determine is if the compressor is coming on. If it isn't then the problem is in the lower section, PCB, start relay or capacitor or compressor. If the compressor does come on, then it sounds like your main board is the problem.
Many times a freezer and/or refrigeratordo not work right because of a dirty condenser coil...there are also many otherthings that can go wrong.
If you are hearing a clicking or buzzing then check out thelast two tips.
If your refrigerator is running but warm, then...
Check out these tips that I wrote about that... it is a great place to starttrouble shooting your unit...and something that you can do rather then callinga repair person to do a simple thing for you...
If you punctured the evaporator coil, causing a loss of refrigerant, then no practical repair is possible on a compact. If only part of the cooling coil(evaporator) is frosting over with the remaining part not active, then the system either has a small refrigerant leak or the refrigerant system has developed an internal restriction, and is not a cost effective repair. Note: If the coil was not punctured and the unit is under 5 years old you should have warranty on it. *If that is the case, air dry the machine with power disconnected and door left open. Restart, with control set at normal, close door and recheck in 24 hours. If coil is only partially frosted, contact Sears with model number and any paper work you have. They usually keep records on potential in warranty equipment.
There must be a short in the internal lighting circuit which have one functional component, the switch. It is usually a white push-button inside the refrigerator near the door. The door pushes the switch when it is closed turning the light off. When the door is opened, the button pops back out to turn on the light. In your case, when you open the door you are switching on the light but the circuit breaker trips off. It means the short circuit is in the light wiring and nothing else. Retrace the wiring and you'll surely find it there. Rewire and have a good day.
your refrig has a bad electronic control heres the part #W10135090 the noise your hearing is an internal relay on the board buzzing trying to turn the lights on. i found the part at sears.com and it was ony about 80 bucks it is a plug and play part so you should be able to replace it yourself. the board is located in the white box next to the compressor in the back of your refrig. thanks peyton