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Dana Miiller Posted on Apr 24, 2007
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Unit not running (cooling)

My 75BWC is 10 years old. The unit is getting power because the inside light comes on. However, the refrigerator is not running. No sound, no heat, nothing. I've not a great job of keeping it clean behind the bottom grate. Did I kill it? Would it be the motor or condenser? How could I tell?

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Feel the motor and see if warm. if so and not cooling then that is where problem is. more likely is the thermostat. (ignore earth wire to stat). this can be 2 or 3 wire usually. short together and see if compressor starts up. if so thermostat is at fault.

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