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Help my 330a hailea chiller not cooling fan works

Help my 330a hailea chiller not cooling fan work compressor starts then cuts off after twenty seconds then I've changed the small round thing on compressor and the square bit with small wired top hat thing that connects to comp still the same any help Thank

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You need gauges to check the freon charge while it's short cycling, could be restricted or low on charge! You might try cleaning the coils and see if it's an air restriction, you have a safety device causing it to shut down and most the time on those its bc they are interchanged!

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SOURCE: Side by side stopped working but clicling noises every second two.

Ok the motherboard is malfunctioning. Ive observed this exact problem before. Replace the board and all will be normal again. If you keep lettig it click and click it may finally kill that relay that you descibed to me or even worse the compressor itself.

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AS A FRIDGE ENGINEER I HAVE COME ACROSS THIS PROBLEM BEFORE IT COULD BE A LOSS OF REFRIGERANT ALTHOUGH THIS WOULD STEADILY WORSEN IN USE,MORE LIKELY THERE IS A BLOCKAGE IN THE SYSTEM STOPPING THE REFRIGERANT REACHING ALL THE PIPEWORK THE CHEAPER FREEZERS USE THE SHELFS AS PART OF THE FREEZING SYSTEM.
THE ONLY SOLUTION IS A COMPRESSOR CHANGE AND REGAS (COSTLY IF NOT COVERED BY WARRANTY/GUARANTEE ETC)

IF FREEZER IS MORE THAN 5 YRS OLD BEST TO SCRAP IT UNFORTUNATELY..

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SOURCE: 2004 gmc sierra 5.3. AC not working AC Compressor fuse blowing

UNPLUG THE A/C CONNETOR ON THE A/C COMMPRESOR. REPLACE THE FUSE AND TURN ON THE SWITCH. FUSE OK . REPLACE THE COMMPRESSOR AND THE RECIVER DRIER.

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Look inside the fresh food compartment. Behind the temp. control cover is a defrost timer. Yours may have a small opening that you can put a pencil eraser in and turn clockwise. When you do that the refrigerator should begin cooling again. I will be here to help you get your refrigerator going with diagrams and part numbers, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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compressor locked up replace unit

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