Question about Kenmore 62083 Top Freezer Refrigerator
Kenmore Model 106.63922300 - 4 years old Had plugged into GFI circuit, started blowing GFI, changed to normal outlet. Works fine, but cycles on/off every few seconds. Also hear a sound like a clicking from a relay located in the back wall. Where do I start checking?
I called in Service, it turned out to be the thermostat. Thanks for trying
Posted on Jun 07, 2007
2109, start with the overload and relay on the compressor, see if it's contained in a white box. Take it off and shake it, see if it rattles. If so, that's probably the problem. If you find the overload and relay good, the compressor may be bad, the good news is that is covered by warranty for 5 years, parts and labor. The overload and relay will not be covered under warranty, could be expensive if an outside service does the job. Part number for the relay/overload, 4387938. Catriver..post back.
Posted on Apr 11, 2007
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