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Try replacing that evap thermistor. The diagnostics on thermistors can be wrong. If it is rounded on the end, replace it. There is a damper between the freezer and refrigerator. There may be a refrigerator fan motor in the damper assembly, It could be bad. It could be a bad control board. When you run diagnostics there is one function that checks all the fans.
Not a good idea because the oil will flow into evaporator and you may have forever trying to get compressor to restart. Hope this was helpful and should you have any questions I will be here to assist you., Thanks, Sea Breeze
Your cooler is possibly having a hard time starting because of the start capacitor, start relay, overload and age. Coolers like your run all the time because simply the commercial use the doors are opened a lot every day. That means the compressor stops and starts every day. If they are like the models here locally most have a Copeland slide in compressor and condenser built with the condenser and fan mounted on the slide in. If the start components need replaced that may solve the problem. You may also use a hard start capacitor if this is because of age. Read off the size of the start or run capacitor and unplug and have someone match it or and check it to see if it's still good. If good for sure you will need a boost capacitor. depending on the start relay you may need help there also. You can contact the factory but don't just ask with model number because they like True Brand keep records by serial number. The reason it starts easier when you turn the switch off is most likely because you allow more of a kick start for the compressor. If you want I will help you but please mark the wires before removal and take a couple photos. Thanks, Sea Breeze
HI. i couldn't find the FR23RD but, i have been told that this manual covers your model. It basically covers FR24SL threw FR24RD. Your model is also covered in this edition. Click to review your manual.