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Freezer won't freeze

I have a deep freezer that was working fine. I unplugged it for the summer and when I plugged it back in - it no longer freezes. There is power to the unit and I hear clicking when I plug it in.

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Sounds like you might have a bad relay on the compressor or the compresor is stuck and cycling on the overload... if you listen closly you should hear a low hum or buzz then a click... repeated ever 5-10 minutes tell overload cools and trys to restart again

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