Question about Refrigerators
I suspect that the coils were damage during transit and you lost all of the freon, or the compressor seals dried out and lost all of the freon. You may have to get some one to service the freon as it takes special equipment to recharge the freon and reseal the coil.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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