Ocean Integrated Fridge Freezer manual. Type AMP6824
I would like to get hold of a wiring diagram for the above unit. A service manual would I am sure include a diagram but any publication would be fine. The Ocean UK contact Number may also help.
Regards. John Hebard.
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Problem could be associated with the system refrigerant charge. This could be ether an overcharge which would be indicated by frost on the larger line coming back to the compressor, or an undercharge which would cause a continuous run condition. Or the soldered joints where the compressor was replaced could be leaking which would be indicated by oil signs at the point of the leak.
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pull the unit from the wall, remove the bottom back panel , see if the small fan is working ,if the fan is , there's probally alot of dust back there,unplug the fridg. and vacuum the area real good,use a flash light to make sure you get it all, if the fan is not working and the compressor is running the fan is the problem ,the fan keeps the compressor and coils cool so the freon can cool down so the unit works like it should,if the freon is hot ,the air the fridg.will be blowing will be hot. this should fix your problem, and YES its worth fixing.alittle p.m.saves alot of $$$$$$$$$
If you replaced your door gasket and your absolutely sure that its sealing properly, then it might not be coming from your door. Ice builds up when warm air enters the fridge and the condensation freezes inside the freezer. The biggest suspect for warm air entering into the fridge is a faulty door gasket. However there can be another cause. If you remove the back panel of your freezer you should be exposed with the wires that come into the freezer and power the different components inside. The entrance point were the wires come in is insulated with a type of clay that prevents moisture from entering. However if this clay becomes loose it is possible for moisture to enter and start icing up. If you can remove the panel yourself safely without hurting yourself or damaging the fridge i recommand trying this first. If you don't feel comfortable doing this i recommand having a service technician taking a look at it. Hope this helps.
James Memije Head Technician Accufix Appliance Service Centre
Wiring diagram of the chest freezer turned into chest fridge. The junction box is not required if all connections are made inside the fridge service compartment. Active (A) connection passes via latching relay terminals inside the thermostat.
TURN THE FRIG. TEMP CONTROL TO COLDER THIS WILL OPEN THE FREEZER FLAP MORE AND LET MORE AIR IN FRIG.ALSO THE TEMP CONTROL COULD BE BAD,TURN ALL THE WAY OFF AN TURN ON SLOW AND LISTEN FOR A CLICK IF NO CLICK THE CONTROL IS BAD,THANKS-MIKE
Please check the fallowing: -Loose flooring or floor not firm.
- Cabinet not level.
- Tubing in contact with cabinet, other tubing or other metal.
- Drip tray vibrating.
- Fan hitting another part or worn fan motor bearings. Unplug the unit and
rotate fan manually by your finger.
- Compressor mounting grommets worn or missing; mounting hardware loose
- Free or loose parts causing or allowing noise during operation
- Check compressor it may contact with tubing or other parts.
- Check the body of your unit is not touching the wall or other object