Question about Refrigerators
Yes many times just dirt and dust can cause the compressor not to work. Make sure you to get behind / under that grill, usually with a vacuum or something similar and get all the cobwebs and dust out of there you possibly can. Check the back of the fridge as well and get all dust out that you can...
This should definitely help that compressor get back to running normally.
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Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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