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    • Part Number: AP4032998
    • MFG Part Number: 240597203
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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Hi I have an electrolux icon fridge that keeps flashing 2 deg. on the freezer temp no matter what I do. Every time the power goes out the compressor will not start back up. If you toggle the power after an outage the compressor will run for about 2 mins. then shut down. I have replaced the start/ run relay, the mother board, the control panel board/ switch. I have had a repairman come out and find nothing wrong with the compressor - it does'nt get hot, and pulls the right power load when its running. He replaced the start relay and run capicitor and when he left it ran until the power went out again. Then the same old thing happened again. I'm at my wits end with this thing. It's an expensive aplliance and hate to trash it after 5 yrs., but I don't know anything else it could be. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Tnx.

Jonathon for Model Number E23CS75DSS1

ANSWER Hello Jonathon. Here is what the manufacture recommends for the problem your having. Hope this helps. Compressor will not run. No voltage at wall receptacle. Check circuit breaker, fuse or GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interruptor - It is not recommended to connect your refrigerator to a GFCI.) Service cord defective or unplugged at wall receptacle. Check service cord. Low voltage causing compressor to cycle on overload. Voltage fluctuation should not exceed ± 10% of 115 vac (104-127) Control thermostat knob in OFF position. Turn control thermostat knob to ON position. Inoperative control thermostat. Replace control thermostat Compressor stuck. Replace compressor. Compressor windings open. Replace compressor. Defrost timer stuck in defrost mode. Replace defrost timer. (if equipped) ADC (Adaptive Defrost Control) not turning on compressor after defrost. Replace ADC. Compressor overload stuck open. Replace compressor overload. (if equipped – compressor starter relay & overload may be plugged into each other) Relay lead loose. Repair or replace lead. Relay loose or inoperative. Repair or replace relay. (if equipped) Service cord pulled out of harness. Repair connection. Faulty cabinet wiring. Repair wiring. 

Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com   |   Monday, May 16, 2011

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