Question about Refrigerators
Not necessarily. When a compressor overheats, It is usually the cause of the coils being covered with filmy thick lint, thus, preventing the heat dissipating effect that is very important for proper compressor function. A broken condenser coil fan will also overdrive the compressor, thus, causing it to overheat and shutdown. The compressor cannot start when the start device has failed. In this case, the relay has failed mechanically and there may be some isolated heat in the area of the start relay device. You can pull that start device off the compressor and shake it. It will normally rattle if it is damaged.
Posted on Aug 22, 2010
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