Question about Refrigerators
Hi, it sounds like the thermostat is no longer reading the proper temperature, but without testing the compressor, it's hard to say.
To test the compressor, you either need a multimeter that has a clamp and clamp it around a wire that goes go the relay of the compressor. Or have a meter that can test amperage with pins and unplug the refrigerator . Then plug the pin in series with the relay to know how much the compressor is drawing...
Normally new compressor will draw between 0.9 amps and 1.2 amps...
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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