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TEMP DISPLAY AND FAN NOT WORKING

JUST GO A NEW COMPRESSOR FAN. THIS IS THE THIRD ONE. CONNECTED IT AND IT STARTED TURNING. INTALLED THE FAN, IT NEVER STARTED. PULLED IT OUT AGAIN, LEFT IT CONNECTED FOR A WHILE, CAME BACK AND IT WAS RUNNING. SIDE NOTE: THE FRONT TEMPERATURE DISPLAY HAS BEEN WORKING/NOT WORKING FOR SOMETIME NOW. LOUD NOISE FROM BACK MADE ME CHECK THE FAN. WHEN THE FAN WAS RUNNING I CHECKED THE TEMP DISPLAY AND IT WAS ON SHOWING FRIDGE TEMP OF 32 (SET TEMP 37). PROCEEDED TO REINSTALL FAN. ONCE REINSTALLED STOPPED RUNNING AND TEMP DISPLAY WAS OUT AGAIN. WHATS GOING ON WITH THIS THING.

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I have the same problem--i havent replaced the fan--but was considering the control board--have you replaced or cheked this yet?

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