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I do not recommend you replacing the compressor. Charging refrigerators takes experience and the correct tools. If your refrigerator has lost it's Freon the best step is to replace the refrigerator, Thanks Sea Breeze
sounds like you need to replace the ptc overload on the compressor as this component supplies start and run power to the compressor and its getting weak and short cycling the compressor,they just unplug and plug into the side of the compressor and when you remove it shake it by hand and if you hear it rattle thats a good sign its bad
there is a drain pan over there next to the compressor ...the old water get there and dry out ...see with flash light all over you might need to clean it (turn unit off) and do it gently ...good luck use some cleaning spray...
Unless it has a broken seal, the fridge is most probably lacking refrigirant or pressure is weak. First thing you should do is check that the compressor is switching regularly and normally. Check refrigirant pressure and re-gas if necessary.
Sounds like the unit may be stuck in to defrost . The defrost clock is usually inside of the refrigerator compartment up by the thermostat controls. you can take a screw driver and advance the controller to make the compressor come back on . usually when they start to stick they neeed replacing. good luck and please don't forget to rate the answer please. Thanks for using FixYa.
A removable panel in the rear gives access to the compressor and condenser. Remove the panel and clean out the condenser. Make sure the condenser fan operates when the compressor runs. Restore the panel to its original position for normal operation.
You didn't say if the compressor is running or not. If it is and all other things you stated are running then it has a sealed system problem. The sealed system comes with a 5 yr warranty in most cases (check owners manual). If the compressor is not running then listen for a click at the compressor. If you hear the click then I would replace the relay on the compressor. If you need further help I will need the complete model # off the sticker inside the fridge section.