Question about Frigidaire FRS23R4A Side by Side Refrigerator
Out of nowhere my fridge is popping the GFI switch. The weird thing is I can reset it, and it will be OK for hours.....then pop. I've isolated the problem to the fridge by having it as the only electrical compoent plugged into the circuit, then by pluggging it into another kitchen circuit with GFI. POP. I've removed the back cover and cleaned out all the (cough, cough) dust and inspecd the outlets as well.
Refrigerators are not supposed to be plugged into gfi outlets as they can operate normally and still trip the gfi protector. try plugging the unit into an unprotected outlet and it should work fine. incidentally you'll probably have to replace the gfi outlet as it has probably weakend from being used on the refrig.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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