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Ridge not cooling

We move from one house to another. Ridge was working now its not cooling. They did not lay it on its side. What can I check before calling a repair guy?

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Check the controls to see that it is set for cold. But I'm sure you already did this. There could be an electrical part that failed during the move. This would not be too expensive to repair, but this is not very likely. It might be worth $50 to have it diagnosed.
More likely, the compressor lost its oil and will not turn any more. Or, something caused a Freon leak, and there's no coolant left. The repair could be as much as $500 - $800. Unless your fridge is worth more than $1000, plan to get another fridge.

Good luck!

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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