i replaced the overload relay,but the refrigator still does not cool. Do you have any ideas?
Answer Hello Robert. If the compressor is running, and the unit does not cool, you have a sealed system issue and will need an HVAC tech to do the repair.
Frig & freezer not cooling , have replaced overload relay and run capacitor still not cooling. Any other sugestions on what to check and how would be helpfull and very apreciated
PS frige is 10yrs old.
Answer Hello Mark. If the compressor is running, and is not cooling, you will need an HVAC tech, you have a sealed system issue. If the compressor does not run, you will need to see if the defrost timer is bad or the cold control 67003000 is bad and will need to be replaced.
The part I recieved does not look like the one I have. I believe this is an updated part, but the wire connections are not in the same place and one is larger than the other. Could you please tell me if I need to cut my original wiring harness, and if so, which wire goes where? Thankeyou. Allen
Answer Allen, The wiring to the relay should be attached in the following locations, The Blue wire(L1) should attach to the top horizontal terminal of the new assembly. The White wire (N) should attach the the vertical terminal on the right side of the assembly( in some cases, you may have to replace the 1/4 in terminal with a 1/8 in terminal). The run capacitor will slip onto the peg and slide back so the two terminals insert and lock into place in the two horizontal slots on the bottom of the assembly.