Question about Refrigerators
Locate the defrost timer, turn the clutch head screw until you hear one click. This will actuate the defrost system. After 18-22 minutes the defrost should should have taken place and the compressor should restart. If the compressor does not restart after the time period the timer is at fault and needs to be replaced. Turn the clutch head screw to the second click and the compressor will restart. If defrost does not take place the problem is in the defrost heater circuit. Possibly bad heater or defrost termination switch.
Posted on Jul 29, 2008
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