Question about Refrigerators
Depending on which side you laid it down during travel? If you look at the compressor (black dome shaped thing at the back) you will notice two tubes coming out of it. These should face upward so that the oil does not migrate through the system. It is possible that they were facing down and you now have a blockage. If the system were blocked the compressor would try to come on and run for a short while before cutting out on overload. If it is not coming on at all, and the fan is also not coming on, I would suggest you make sure that a wire has not come loose while you were moving it. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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