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 Posted: Wed Apr 21st, 2010 10:15 pm
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i apologize for this but im a complete noob to this...where can i find it? do i have to open the back of the refrigerator? lol once i gain sorry and thanks for your time.

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The Cold Control (Knob) that adjusts the temperature.



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i think its my thermostat because when i plug it in at test the connection to my thermostat they read 120v but when i turn te knob to turn it on nothing comes on! so am i correct?

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robledjl wrote: .. test the connection to my thermostat they read 120v ...

voltage across Cold Control when turned ON =

voltage across Cold Control when turned OFF =



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off=120

on=0.920

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that's OK

then there should be 120v from (at least one side of) the Over-Load Protector to chassis (a good ground)



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so why do you think it's not turning on at all...not even a slight noise???

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: ... then there should be 120v from (at least one side of) the Over-Load Protector to chassis (a good ground)

OR there's a broken wire



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what do you recommend i should do. this is an almost brand new mini fridge with the exception of this problem...plus i can follow instructions just not familiar with this type of work! my other option is throwing it away if its too expensive to fix.

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: ... then there should be 120v from (at least one side of) the Over-Load Protector to chassis (a good ground)

check the voltages there again



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ok when you say "one side" you mean once everyhing is hooked up together check the overload protector...i just dont understand when you say at least one side because there is only one wire connected to the protector. there is no other cennector sticking out. sorry for the confusion.

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There should be 120v somewhere on the Overload Protector ..

Is it removable ?

Can you OHM across it ?

Can you take a better close-up picture it ?

 



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yes i'll take a picture and upload it right now so i can better understand...

 

 

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can you remove the Overload Protector ?



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yes i can remove the overload protector and just leave the thermistor connected.

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: There should be 120v somewhere on the Overload Protector ..

Is it removable ?

Can you OHM across it ?

Can you take a better close-up picture it ? 



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Unplug the wire from the overolad and stick 1 meter lead into the wire terminal and your other meter lead to ground with the unit plugged in...do you have any voltage?



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I get 09.95

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: There should be 120v somewhere on the Overload Protector ..

Is it removable ?

Can you OHM across it ?

Can you take a better close-up picture it ? 



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