Question about Refrigerators
The problem is with compressor. The overload protector cut it off to protect it from burn up.
The two most possible faults are.
First the lost of refrigerant gas can make compressor overheat so the overload will cut it off. You need to check freon gas and charge if needed.
Second the compresor winding have been burned and thats cause the overload cutout. You will need a new compressor. You can test withun ohm meter the compressor windings.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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