Question about Beko CFD5834APB Black 236 l Fridge Freezer Bottom Freezer, A Energy Rating
Was layed flat for 1 hour in car while we moved house left unplugged overnight pluged in keeps cutting out every 5 seconds
Refrigeration systems have oil in them. Refrigerators are designed to be operated oriented one way and in your case, that's standing up. When layong it down, it allows the oil to accumulate in places it wouldn't otherwise and can lock up your compressor. The hopeful fix is to let it sit upright longer and try again. If that doesn't work, you might try laying it face down the opposite way, standing it back up for a few days and then firing it back up.
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Here is a tip that I wrote on moving refrigerators...if you did not do it this way then you may well have ruined a perfectly good refrigerator.
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