How to Replace Compressor Mounts On a Fridge?

Answer If you notice your refrigerator making an unusually loud noise, yet it's still working perfectly fine, you most likely have a problem with your compressor mounts. The compressor is part of the refr... Read More »

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How to Replace Compressor Mounts With Vibrations?

Refrigerator compressors sit on top of rubber mounts. The purpose of these mounts is to keep the compressor from vibrating and making noise. The mounts also prevent the compressor from damaging the... Read More »

In a double door fridge set points are there in both freezer and cooler sections but you see only one compressor How does this single compressor operate for two different set points?

The compressor does all the cooling. Those set points only control the air movements from the cooling coil area to the freezer or fridge side. So! you adjust the air flow for more or less cooling i... Read More »

How to Install an Overload Protector to a Fridge Compressor?

The overload protector on a fridge prevents damage to the compressor motor by restricting the flow of current. The protector shuts down like a fuse if the power demand exceeds the capacity of the o... Read More »

Whata is the difference between a single or double compressor fridge?

Single compressors are used for both the freezer and refrigerator. Normally they pump cool air into the freezer and then into the refrigerator portion. This causes problems usually when your loadin... Read More »