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 Posted: Wed Jan 2nd, 2008 10:38 pm
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JJ 109


Joined: Tue Dec 18th, 2007
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"Let it rest for at least 15 minutes, plug it in, and if it starts and runs for a few minutes, unplug it again for 15 minutes and then plug it in again and see if it starts and runs ok. Try it this way several times and if it will start and run this way, the compressor may be good. "
If I let it sit it will start.  The problem is I cannot depend on it to restart if the doors are opened and closed a lot.  Dont want ot fill with food and have it not re-start.

This compressor does not use a capacitor, rather a PTC/relay with a dual winding motor.  I dont think a three in one is appropriate is it?