Compressor is cycling on the overload protector. If refrigerator is over five years old the warranty may be expired. I which case I never recommend replacing the compressor if the customer is to bear the full expense.
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. Cut everything off for a few minutes then turn it back on
and listen for a click from the compressor relay as the compressor tries to
Is the compressor motor running.If no check starter/overload
relay. Check to see if the
condenser fan at the back underneath near the compressor is running. If no
Are the condenser coils near there warm or room temp. should
How to check stuff> http://www.acmehowto.com/howto/appliance/refrigerator/refrigerator.php
hello, that would be my first guess can you hear the compressor trying to kick on at all ? how old is your kenmore ? if theres no cooling anywere and out of the blue it just stoped cooling then your right with the compressor
if there is a buzz or a click everytime the unit attempts to come on check the compressor or relay on the compressor(check these two parts reguardless, but these sounds usually indicate one of these two)
a hum usually indicates a seized compressor
also clean your coils, try unplugging it and plugging it back in 15 minutes later( or turning off breaker if cant reach plug), this sometimes works it can reset, but normally dont, cant hurt to try tho