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BEHIND THE REFRIGERTOR BACK PANEL THERE IS A BLACK KIND OF ROUND THING CALLED A COMPRESSOR IT SHOULD BE WARM. IF IT IS COLDYOU MAY NEED THIS.
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IF IT REALLY HOT YOU MAY NEED THE SAME PART. MAKE SURE THE FAN IS RUNNING NEXT TO THE COMPRESSR. IF IT NOT THE REST OF THE TEST WILL NEED A MULTIMETER TO CHECK FOR 120 VOLTS AC

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