The repairman did not replace a rerlay or repair a short. He replaced a fan motor. The refrigerator unit is now cool. So, you're theory of a bad relay or a short doesn't appear to explain the initial problem. My question is why, if the repair work was performed and the refigerator problem was corrected, there is a new problem, immediately after the work was performed? Are you saying that afer he checked all compressors and relaced the fan motor, there was suddenly a new problem? And should a repairman who replaces a fan motor provide warrany information?
hi,i work on subzero's all the time,they are 2 seperate fridges joined together,fan going out in fridge will not cause a problem in the freezer,it is a completely different issue..couple things to try open the bottom drawer push the white switches,one for lite other for fan.do you hear the fan running with the button pushed in?also any frost on the ceiling? if both ok ..ive had some compressor issues occasionally.
have you cleaned the condenser? can you see a flashlight through the condenser coil?one side to the other?
is the condenser fan running? if not? the mullion above the freezer will be very hot to the touch.
let me know