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Help? Ihad true- Self Contained Glass Door Display Coolers it has 2 plugs. When i pluged to outlet it makes noises and power strips How can ifix that problem?

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I have a true cooler model GDM-41 and its freezing the food inside what do you guys think.

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Turn thermostat all the way to the left to turn it off. restore power and see if it stays on and inside fan is running. Then turn thermostat to rite to turn on compressor. If the power trips when turning thermostat back on, the compressor may be bad. :(

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You need to see if the refrigerator is plugged in properly. Also check for a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker. See if there is any damage to the electrical cord and check the outlet voltage. Troubleshoot the problem and if you do not find any of the above reasons as the cause of refrigerator not working, call the repairman.

Check for the temperature control. If it is off, turn it on. If not, then you need to check the compressor for overheating. You need to unplug the refrigerator and clean the condenser coils. If the compressor is bad, then you need to call the repair man.
Also, You need to check the temperature settings and see if there is enough air flow in the refrigerator and freezer. You need to check for air flow restrictions in the vents and clean the compressor coils. The door seals, door switch, defrost heater and timer has to be checked. Also clean the clogged drain tube and refrigerant leak.

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Professionals they use a special steel wire spring which they insert in the drain tube and it can be clean perfectly and very easy. This steel wire spring is the same that the electricians use to pass the cables through the conduit pipes and it can be fint at electricians shop or DIY. At DIY they have also a similar one specialy for drains. Also you can use a steel wire rod but the problem is very difficaul to pass from curves. If the drain have ice then you can do again as professionals do, use a hair dryer to the are around drain tube and this will melt all ice.

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