Question about Refrigerators
Most refrigerators have about a 70% duty cycle, depending on ambient room temperature, content, etc. If your unit is indeed running all the time as you state, it may be low on refrigerant, have an inefficient compressor, or an air flow issue. Make sure there is no frost buildup in the freezer, the fans are running, door seals are good. If all above looks good and the temps are ok, you may just be catching it on a cycle on time and not noticing it cycling on and off, especially it being in the garage. If the temps are questionable, my money is on low refrigerant level.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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