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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Connect only to an outlet, do not use an extension cord. If you really must use an extension, make sure it is capable of handling the load. Should be a 16ga minimum, 14ga preferred and not exceed 25 feet. If you are having this issue while plugged directly into an outlet, perhaps the circuit is weak, and you should try another outlet.
Other possibilities include: a short-cycling thermostat. This is when the thermostat tries to kick the compressor back on too soon after the last running. OR Your compressor is on the way out. Sometimes the installation of a "Hard Start Kit" will aid a failing or stubborn compressor. If you've eliminated all else, consult an appliance servicer to buy the hard start kit. They typically are a universal fit, and come with instructions.
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
are you having any cooling problems? take a look at your ice cream, if you have any. does it look like it has melted and refrozen? if so, you have a cooling problem, and that is causing ice to melt, then refreeze. if you have no cooling problems, then you may have a faulty water valve solenoid, or even a faulty icemaker.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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