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I am getting 12.5 volts ac between the 3 wires going into the compressor relay. Does this mean the board is bad?
Answer jDizzle, Yes, you should have 120 VAC at the compressor wires, not 12.5 VAC, apparently you do have a bad mother board WR55X10942 Thanks and Good Luck.
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Hi, My refrigerator is making loud, gurgling noise. (You could hear it louder with the freezer door open.) The noise ran for a while and finally stopped, but this was more than the usual level of sound it makes when running. What could be the problem?
Answer Hello Danielle,
If the unit is maintaining proper temperatures and no frost accumulation is occurring on the rear wall of the freezer compartment, this is considered to be normal operation of a 134a unit. The pressures are so high in the 134a systems that the lines make all sorts of weird noises. While most customers do not like this, there is basically nothing that can be done short of ignoring the noises.
My freezer and refrigerator not cold enougth. The evaporator coil just frost half way, every thing else working. What do you think is the problem? Thank you
Answer Hello Susie. Based on the information you provided, it sounds like you have a low freon issue or restriction. You will need an HVAC tech to repair the unit.
Are these a issue to install yourself or is it better to have a tech replace this part for me?
Answer Hello Diane. In order to complete the entire install of the compressor kit WR87X10226, the unit must be evacuated and charged by a HVAC technician.