Question about Whirlpool Freezers
HI, The reason for the over-pull is due to the unstable conditions located at the main PCB that controls this affected unit. The voltage is not stable, due to the damage located at the PCB(circuit instabilities). Just to be safe, have your local electrician inspect the breaker box for shorts and damage to the appropriate circuit block. If the electrician confirms that the breaker is in good condition; replace the main control board(PCB) that is mounted near the compressor or behind the rear access panel.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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