Question about Refrigerators
First off there are no springs inside a compresser and it is not really a serviceable part unless you get into semi-herm compressers (commerical units) the best bet is to replace the compresser and drier at a cost from $400-800 depending on the company If the compresser is your problem I never heard the first part
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
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