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Compressor Overload is bad. Bypassed it, everything works. I went to get the part MRT22AIN-34, was told to replace the coil, cap, and overload with ERP410. I get the fan to work but not the compressor. I'm losing the stock in the refrigerator due to 60degree temp. I wired S-C-R as indicated. The other two wires on the ERP says Power supply. I am not sure how to wire this.

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  • firststreetc Feb 06, 2010

    Power supply turned out to be line AC. Compressor and fan now work. Compressor cycles, the fan stays on continuously (so far). The fan is wired to line and C. I am not sure if that's correct. I'm thinking it should be C and R, or C and S. Not sure.

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The easiest way to find this out , is to check the condenser. Make sure that the condenser is not clogged up with dust and that the condenser fan is working. Replace the start relay. Turn it back on. If it starts right up then it probably overheated and melted the relay due to the condenser fan not working or the condenser clogged with dust. Air circulation through the condenser and air being circulated over the compressor in how it cools itself. If the compressor will not start or if it runs for a little while and then shuts off from overheating, then you have a bad compressor.

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I am told if you measure two terminals and note the two with the highest resistance. Then measure each of the two terminals with the highest resistance to the common terminal they the two additional readings should read the same as the two terminals with the highest resistance when adding them together. If after adding the two there is more than 1/2 ohm difference one of the windings is shorted.

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