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The unit is at my parents house down the street. I will need to go back there and check. I don't have internet connection there. Is it possible to text from there?
Ok, I'll go check and get back to you soon..... tks
I had unplugged the unit two days ago when I found it not to be working, so the compressor is room temperature. I just removed the bottom back panel and plugged it in. When I plug it in, a component on the main board clicks and the fan next to the compressor runs. A fan in the freezer section also runs. I didn't note any other sounds.
Ok, I don't have a multimeter and I wouldn't know where to test for power, so can I correctly assume that if it were receiving power that it would get warm? If it gets warm, then the problem is with that main board behind the 8x10 panel most likely?
Ok. One more question. If it does get warm or hot and the refrigerator still does not get cold, what could be the problem?
Ok, thanks for the help. I'll plug it in and see if it gets warm.