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Author Topic: Test for ge profile compressor  (Read 63 times)

Offline B clark

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Test for ge profile compressor
« on: July 26, 2022, 01:38:36 PM »

Hi I'm new to this forum.  I have been working on my fridge for the last 6 days trying to figure out why it will not cool and either fresh fruit or frozen evaporator. The compressor always started right up. I felt it I could feel a vibration going continually. But after 6 days my suspicions have come back to the compressor. One of the things that's unusual is the high side is not remotely hot and the cold side is not remotely cold. And the compressor itself is just cold all the time. But yet it is running. I replaced the start capacitor and start relay. I then bought a different start relay and took it completely out of the system and ran my own AC line to it. Thinking that maybe the system board had something to do with it. It still behaves the same way. High side is cold low side is cold and the compressor is cold but yet it vibrates and runs. If there is anybody out there that may have an idea on this issue your help is greatly appreciated.  Model number of the fridge is GFE28HMHFES attached is picture of compressor.