Question about Refrigerators
No fuse on compressor.They have motor start relays with buildin overloads
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
There is a over load or limit --witch ever. keeps the compressor from getting to hot.. there may be a relay on it to. If it is going no nad off replace the relay it plugs on the post on the compressor . Most likely the overload is ok. Ken
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