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My refrigator doesn't cool. the compressor clicks on and then goes off. what could be my problem?

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Most likely you have a bad start relay and overload on the compressor is tripping compressor out... i would try that first.... it is possible the compressor it self has failed but if you pull the relay off and it rattles inside most likely get a new one and your back up and running again...

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