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Your Beverage Air Kegerator model BM23 / serial: 823620I - that serial didn't bring anything up when I called the manufacturer but based on the first 2 digits of the serial and the roman numeral 1 at the end of it - it would appear that your unit was manufactured in 1982 (If that number was on a metal tag then it defiantly was 1982).
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Yes replacing the relay may fix the problem. You want to replace all the start parts. Overload, relay, and capacitor if one is present. Your unit is probably 1/3 horse power or less. You may be able to install a universal 3N1 starter from Supco, rated at 1/4 -1/3 H.P. If new start gear does not fix the problem you may need a new compressor.
electrician do one thing, electricity. If the unit cools, the compressor is running. a power outage should not put the compressor in a "Weaken" state. I would check the starting components. don't overlook your surge protector causing a voltage drop. try running the unit without the protector.
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