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usually it is about +- 10% outside of that range I wouldn't expect it to last. You never know it could last for years, but if it burning up starter relays or making a lot of noise it probally won't last long.
You have a beginning of a possible problem with your fan or something causing the fan to squeal. If the fan motor goes bad you will have a lot of lost food and possible damage to your refrigerator. So please send me you model number, keep and eye on it and we can watch what is taking place. Thanks, Sea Breeze
Until someone can check a few things I need you to pull away from wall and unplug and then quickly feel the top of the compressor. If too hot to keep hand there . I will need to consider that a fan is stopping or a start component is defective. What ever the case it must have someone help locate the cause first. If bad fan and change board the bad fan will again damage the new board. I'm here if you would like my help. Let me know, Thanks Sea Breeze
Sounds to me that the start relay, start capacitor and overload need replace soon. Please do not run with this happening permanent damage to the internal overload on the compressor may occur. Let me know if cooling is being affected. This may change my whole solution. Thanks, Sea Breeze
The parts ar easy to replace by the way!
To make sure there is no damage to the compressor I want you to unplug the refrigerator. I will instruct you on what to test or advise you on how the repair should take place. If this is what you want, let me know. The problem could be something simple but to do these test answer me about this solution. Thanks, Sea Breeze
Turn off power. Water hose with sprayer. Soak the coil. Spray with 409 cleaner. Let it ser for about 10 minutes. Spray off coil from top down. Do not use to much pressure or it will bend the damage the fins. Bruch clean indoor coil with nylon brush. Your unit will last a lot longer. Rsuty
open the doors, lay towel on floor underneath and spray the seals with 409 and it will eat it off and then dry off and use a little vasiline to put on seals and that will keep the soft and last a lot longer / please remember the rating / thanks / larry