What is the temps in freezer compartment?
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Same temperature both sides.
Freezer and Refrigerator are cooling to 48 to 50 Degrees
Now Freezer is 35 degrees and refrigerator 49 degrees both thermastats are at full cold.
There is no frost or ice on the back wall of freezer at this time.
You will need to pull the unit out from the wall and remove the back cover and see if the compressor is hot and that the fan is running back there, let me know.
Compressor is hot and fan is running. I can do continuity test on some of the relays it you think it is that.
Can you feel the compressor and tell if it running, usually if it is not running it will hum and click every few minutes..
Fan is running, Compressor is hot and quite no humming or clicking.
Temperature is holding at 50 degrees freezer and refrigerator.
Does the compressor and fan ever shut down, or is it running non-stop?
I have a real feeling that the compressor has lost it's effiency and is going to fail real soon, this is an expensive repair costing over $500 to replace, depending on the age of the unit it may be cheaper to replace the entire unit instead of the compressor.
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First you have to have an EPA license to purchase the refrigerant and refrigerant recovery equipment, then you will need a turbo torch, silver solder, access valves, scale, gauges, I can install a new compressor in under 2 hours, This is not something a normal DIY project.