Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
Check for a tripped circuit breaker. Also, test the power outlet voltage. Inspect the electrical cord for any cracks or damage. If you are using an extension cord, remove it and directly plug in the freezer cord to the switch board.
Check the thermostat for temperature setting. Also check the condenser coils and clean them if found clogged with dust. Unplug the freezer and wait for a couple of hours before plugging it again. If you can hear it running or whining, perhaps the compressor is being overheated. Test various components such as temperature control knob, evaporator fan, defrost timer, compressor relay, overload protector and the compressor motor.
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