Question about Refrigerators
Suspect defective defrost element and thermostat if freezer fan runs.
if your pretty good with an ohm meter you can test the defrost element just make sure you disconnect the power first! you disconnect the two wires to the heater put the meter on the continuity function the little speaker symbol if it dosen't beep when you put the leads on you have a defective defrost element. just replace the defrost element and termostat.
Posted on Apr 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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