Question about Refrigerators
OUR COMPRESSOR REFRIGERATOR IS FAILED SO I WANT TO REPLACEMENT A NEW COMPRESSOR OLD COMPRSSOR WAS TECUMSEH BUT I FORGET THE TYPE TANKES FAHIMI
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tecumseh compressor replacement
sure there is a repacemnt compressor, problem is that youll need a technicinan to replace it for you, its one of the very few jobs that a ahomeowner would not be equipped to relaced on hter own soory
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
SOURCE: I think the Tecumseh compressor
Yes, this time I think your compressor is the problem. The buzzing is the compressor trying to start and because it is siezed up or the motor is not starting the windings get hot and the thermal cutout activates cutting off the power till it cools back down again.
Changing the compressor takes specialized equipment to evacuate and save the regfrigerant, change the compressor and then re-evacuate the system and recharge the unit.
Get a firm price for the whole job before you tell them to do the work. It may not be cost effective on some units to change the compressor.
I hope that this has helped you to solve you problem.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2009
the new compressor was likely shipped pre oiled. it should have had a tag on it saying if it was oiled or not, and how much. if you added more oil, the system has probably been over oiled and hydro locked. recover the refrigerant again, if you are working with an actual automotive a c machine you should be able to draw that extra oz of PAG oil out, then recharge refrigerant. hopefully that will do it! otherwise, you could have a restriction in your system, possible from debris in one of the compressors, in which case you will need to flush the lines out. good luck!
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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