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True refridgerator I have a 10 cubic foot fridge. It would not cool at all, but the fan in the top was on but the one on the condensor was not. So I unplugged from the lower box and pluged it into wall and it worked. What is broke? thermostat?Please email me at russleecarr@yahoo.com

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Sounds like the thermostat is bad. Try plugging that bottom unit cord for compressor into an extension cord, and plug the main power cord fronm unit in to a recepticle, if it starts cooling you need a thermostat. I can hook you up with one. ;) www.northeastcooling.com

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