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I have a frigdaire model FFC05M0AW1 and it stopped working. If I unplug it for a minute, then plug it back in, it emits a slight "buzzing" sound from underneath, then shuts off permanently. I cleaned it out and let it sit for a day then plugged it back in, same result. It's about 6yrs old and is kept in an outdoor building, we've had cold (10 deg.F) weather lately and the building is unheated, it's survived similar cold in previous winters, what is wrong?

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You will need to check the starter and over load relay That is on the side of the compressor.Also make sure the wiring is intact.If replaceing the over load relay is not helping then you may need to change the compressor.

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