Question about Refrigerators
Usually there are a couple of issues which can cause this. The first thing you should check is the current which supplies the refridgerator if this is stable. If not then all you need is a stabilizer or an automatic voltage regulator.
If this is not the problem then the compressor is bad and should be replaced. With the age of the refridgerator this should be expected the thermostat should also be checked and replaced if the problem persists.
But on the whole if the system will be fixed by a proffessional it will be more economical if fixed as compared to buying a new set which will need new space and might now be as nice looking as the present state.
Hope this was very helpful.
Posted on Jul 12, 2010
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