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Not cooling properly.unplugged overnight then plugged in for an one and a half hour, compresor not starting

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Your relay might be shot. The relay slides on the compressor pins. What it does is allow all the copper windings inside to power up the motor. When the motor gets going it also drops out half the windings in the motor. Gives the motor a little more power to get going. So what happens? Over time the relay simply falls apart from use.not cooling properly.unplugged overnight then - themobilian_2142.jpg

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