Question about Fagor 3FCA-68NFX Stainless Steel Refrigerator
Motors make noise. You have 4. The evaporator motor in the freezer compartment, the condenser fan motor on the bottom back of the machine, a timer motor located in the fresh food compartment, next to the thermostat, and lastly the compressor itself, located in the bottom rear of the machine. You'll have to determine which area the noise is coming from.
However, I have seen many Frigidaire machines where the problem is in the compressor itself.
If you feel that is the problem, you can call a qualified Frigidaire service tech to verify that. If that's it, your looking at a very pricey repair. Lets hope it's one of the others.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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Frost on the low side line means the system is overcharged (too much freon). Look on the tag insided the fridge and it will tell you how much freon it holds. Usually 4.25-5.50 ounces on average. The loud noise sounds like you have air in the system. I would evacuate, from the high side while running, and let it run empty for 5-10 minutes. Then while running put the valve core back in the high side. Then unplug the fridge and charge with proper amount of freon thru the high side. Wait about 5-10 minutes and plug back in. Normal low side pressure should be 0-3 psi. This is a good indicator of the proper amount of freon in a good working system.
Oct 14, 2007 | Refrigerators
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