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Compressor unit on my frigidaire will not shut off after temp reached or system turned off

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It would appear that you have a fused contactor. If you dont feel comfortable replacing this check on one of the experts on this site. or if you feel ok replacing it remove the case off the old unit. Make sure it is unplugged first. There are two leads coming from the compessor follow these to the block they are connected to this is the contactor you will need to respond with the voltage and amperage rating off of this to size your new one just take the screws loose from both sides of each wire keep track of where they connect to then put the wires in the new contactor the exact opposite of what you rmoved them. Reinstall the cover and you should be good to go

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