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Frigidaire upright freezer and frig with freezer on top

I had a power failure. Bought dry ice. Put 1 10lb block in frig and 1 10lb block in freezer. Power came back on while I was not home. Frig/freezer shut down, presumably because it got too cold. Has not come back on since it got too cold. Does anyone have a solution? Larry

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It might have low volatge to compressor and burned out overload try unplugging it again wait a few hours and plug it back in it might start working good luck if it doesnt try replacing relay overload compasator they sell a kit called a 3 n 1 start kit

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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