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Are you still with the refrigerator and able to do tests with a multimeter?
Double check all connections at control board, Then check for power to the compressor with the wires disconnected from the compressor, if you have steady power to the compressor your problem could be a start relay or compressor, but before we go that deep check for power before the relay, disconnected from the relay and compressor.
Am not with the unit today.Allready checked connections on the board and checked compressor power connection.On the original board you could hear one of the relays kick in and then right back out,it would send power to the compressor for30 seconds then kick back out.It would continue to retry.
I do not have a diagram on this unit so I will have to opt out and let someone else try.
The display panel is just fine.This only affects the to the compressor.
The old board would start the compressor for about 10sec then the relay on the board would kick out.I installed the updated board wich came with new jumper harnesses.The new board will not even attempt to start the compressor.The compressor is not getting 120V
Will check this tomorrow,off to bed for now.If it works,then what?Thanks for now.
unplugged damper wires,it made no difference
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