I checked the black steel ball and it is warm - not hot, not cold.
There was no frost inside the freezer walls.
NO there is no vibration
I set it to the highest setting (7) and the compressor did not start.
No, I don't but I have a neighbor that is an electrician - he would be able to help me if you can
tell me what the "live voltage" should be..
I think it's 120...
220 would be for my clothes dryer...
Okay, I'll try that...
I did that and it looks likes everything is connected.
Francis, this is beyond my expertise - I am a 70 yr old senior and I cannot do this! I bought the freezer a month ago to save on food bills and now I have a mess on my hands!! HELP...
The wires are: red, white, black, and green.
The wires are all connected...
I don't know which wires are connected to what - it's whatever came from the factory..
The red wire goes to the tempeture dial and to the "greend rea
"green ready" light. The white and green wires go to the compressor and the grounding. Black wires comes out of the compressor.
Now, the compressor is getting hot...and it feels like it is running.
Okay, I'll keep an eye on it!!
How long should I wait to see if its working? Should I call you back or will you contact me? I don't want to have to pay another service call but your site said $30 for a month!!!
Thanks for staying in touch. The compressor is still running BUT The freezer is frosting up inside the freezer ONLY on the bottom. The things about 12" from the bottom are not frozen. They are very cold but not frozen. What do you think could be the problem.
The information given me yesterday 1/6/13 did not fix the problem. How can I contact a Service Repair technican in my area? Colorado Springs, what type of warranty information do they need?