Question about Refrigerators
Pull the plug put your food in ice chests or another fridge for the time let the unit sit shut off for a day or so with a fan on it to dry it out good then reset the temp setting down and start it and try it again
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Dry up any water inside the unit and then unplug for about 3 seconds and plug back in, this will reset the unit into a normal cooling cycle
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Deet, Unplug the refrigerator and the 3 pins on the compressor. Remember where the three compressor wires go when you put them back on. Test all three pins 2 at a time with an ohm meter. You should get readings all the way around. Then test 1 pin at a time touching the other probe to the copper on the outside the compressor. Tell me what you come up with, Thanks, JT
Oct 23, 2007 | Refrigerators
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