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    • Part Number: AP4315853
    • MFG Part Number: 5304464438
    • Made by: Frigidaire
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How can I tell if the capacitor on my compressor is bad and if so can it be ohm out?

Rodney for Model Number ffc1524dwo

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Replaced the starter relay switch on the compressor. Fridge ran for a couple minutes then quit. Capacitor bad?

Jay for Model Number GRT21PRHW0

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Freezer seems to run ok but will not freeze. Water gets to about 45%. Could this be run capacitor #on item is 216236200?

Donald for Model Number FCM155ABWH

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Our 16+yr refrigerator/freezer stopped cooling both the fans are working and the light comes on. I believe that the compressor comes on for about 5 seconds then stops then it would be several minutes before it happens again. I am thinking that it is the run capacitor or relay Any suggestions and help would be greatly appreciated I have posted to the forum but I have no response

Richard for Model Number FRT21TNCW6

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When there compressor starts there is a buzz for 20 seconds and than a click. The fridge/freezer is still cooling. I thinking compressor run capacitor.

Eric for Model Number FRS26R2AW3

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I have a frigidaire, and have been having problems with the freezer not freezing food, I have done some troubleshooting on the following items, temperature control, defrost thermostat and control, cleaned the debris from the condenser coils, and checked the winding on the compressor, I was wondering if the run start capacitor could be faulty and if so what signs would I be looking for. I'm Going to troubleshoot it, just was wondering if this could be the problem because on the frigidaire website it states that this is one of the issues with the freezer not getting cold, that could occur from a bad capacitor. Thank you.

Joe for Model Number LFHT1713LWZ

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hello, small Gibson chest freezer. Quit cooling. Relay on compressor clicks on about every 30 seconds or so and can hear something (compressor?) trying to run or start for a few seconds then relay clicks off again. Pulled connectors off capacitor and plugged them back in. Compressor ran for part of a day then quit again. Do you think I need the capacitor or the relay or both? Thanks for any help.

Wayne for Model Number FH08M5DXFC

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The refrigerator is not cooling and the freezer doesn't seem frozen.

Sergio for Model Number frs3hr5jw3

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Unit has stopped cooling. I have cleaned the coils. The fan is blowing on the coils. I can turn the temp control knob and see the light dim and hear the fan but not the compressor run. Could it be the compressor or the start relay for it. Can I remove the relay and check it?. thanks for any help. I will order all my part from your company as I have before. Great place to do business with.

Paul for Model Number FGUI1849LF1

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I recently purchased a used kenmore chest freezer, manufactured 10-99. It seems to work fairly well, it keeps the food frozen. However the compressor or fan doesn't seem to shut off. I can turn it down to a lower temp and force it to shut off, it then comes back on after a few minutes and doesn't seem to turn off? There is also an odd clicking noise in the upper left corner of the freezer, it is not very loud. Just looking for some guidance on my new used purchased. The Serial number is WB94234406. Thanks.

Greg for Model Number 253.9183512

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