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 Posted: Sat Jan 19th, 2008 04:52 am
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Jambatt.  Check out my post above.  I put em in - I'm nearly certain that I put em in properly. 

no love at all any more.  The compressor won't seem to start.

I'm almost certainly going to get a new unit tomorrow.  I can't put this off - with 3 days worth of breast milk going bad, my wife looks like she's about to faint over that :)


Now I think my biggest problem is trying to figure out how I can get same day delivery from some place.  

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Understand your frustration. Sorry we couldn't help you solve the problem but congrats on the new addition to the family.

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Now this just isn't fair.

After a bit of thinking I thought that it always works after I leave it unplugged for a long period of time (45mins+).  so I just unplugged it and plugged it in again after an hour and it's running.  

Does this tell us anything that might save me a grand this weekend?

Thanks again folks, I really appreciate everything.

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Last post of the night - I'm off to bed.  In the morning I'm going to go to Cheyenne High School and caucus for Ron Paul.

Viva Revolution.

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sorry that didn't fix your problem...now that you have those on new the only thing left you can do is to bypass the board and jump out the 2 terminals again...if you get the same result as before running then clicking on/off then I'm leaning toward bad compressor....if it runs without incident while bypassed (no clicking or the like) then I would opt for  the board...

with all the problems though and piece of mind for the wife,  a new box wouldn't be a bad option either....

again sorry we couldn't be of more assistance and help

 



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