Troubleshooting Your Refrigeration Repair – Discovery Videos
2. Bad AC Motor Failure bad AC fan motor may cause AC problems with cooling. A broke fan blade or one that will not turn freely could indicate an issue with the mechanical. It is possible that the motor failed in electrical terms if it’s operating, but not functioning.
3. EFM Defective Evaporator Fan Motor If the fan’s motor emits loud noises, replace the motor.
4. Faulty Start Relay or Capacitormay malfunction and cause problems to cycle the compressor on and off correctly, or fails to function completely. A build-up of frost on evaporator coils creates airflow problems as air passes over the coils. The evaporator coils can be fitted that has an automated defrost system.
5. Malfunctioning Temperature Control Board can cause troubles with cooling, unstable system performance, or even the refrigerator failing to function at all. Verify that all other parts are working properly before you look into replacing or repairing the refrigerator’s temperature control board. soxxvtu8al.