Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
This is going to be a loose connection, that you already know. The trick is finding it! It will require a bit of time to get into the back and get to the compressor unit and check the connections there. You need to go through the connections and check every where you can get to. The thermostat and all the connections in all the locations you can get to.
Take the time to turn the wire nuts that have wire in them. Give them the 'tug test', pull on the wire and make sure they don't come out. Start right where the power cord comes into the back. You may want to unplug while you do this.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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