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Frig just not Cold

Our frig has been working just fine. It has always gotten cold. We left for vacation so we turned off the electric. Emptied the frig, and it was off. When we returned, we turned the frig back on, and now it just won't get cold. It's blowing, but the air is blowing cold. I have unplugged it, and tried to start it over, but it simply won't get cold. Can you give me any tips for what I should try to do?

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You might have had freon leak out from it sitting unplugged how long were you gone ? plus you need to wait atleast 30 minutes when you unplug your refigerator then plug it back in you cannot keep plugging it on and off it will burn up the compressor / relay overload

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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