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Ho, what does it have, like 4 fuses? They sure didn't have use for many back in 1950. I think they might be up under the dash, maybe to the side, probably on the driver's side. Or also check on the firewall under the hood. You could find some vintage car sites with an active group of enthusiasts real easy, any of those people who own old cars could sure give you the facts and then some. How long have you owned this car? I remember that car style, a high-school friend owned a 1949 ford 2-door. That was in 1961 and '62.
First, check with either a volt meter or a circuit tester light rated for the voltage of your cooler if you have voltage to the compressor. Your problem may be a faulty temperature control thermostat or a compressor.
To check your meter for continuity, put settings on dial to the Ohm setting. Touch the 2 tips together & if it is operating properly, the needle will spike. Then you can check a circuit on a wire using both tips to touch (black) wire & (white) wire.
you asked where can I find a service manual for a vintage stove? General Electric, 24"wide, push-button, electric; 1950s.
Placard on inside of oven door is "erased", except for embossed numbers:
On the Left = 1 1245W2M2 10 7
On the Right = NM28552
You should go to GE and call them on the phone. They will have th resources to give you this Manuel! bless you, huuum