Please do not ask your own question in a topic.In other words, please don't hijack the topic and make it yours.Start your own topic and reference the other topic related to your issue.
She does not accept your phone calls....nice lady already knew the box had problems.
I think there is a lot of confusing advice being given here considering in the original post the customer says that the compressor is cycling on and off. This being the case I would say the problem lies in the refrigerator control as I stated in my first post. The only acception is if when the compressor turns off does the freezer fan turn off as well if so then you have a bad control.
I have vast experience at sarcasm too, but I try to avoid it around here.I don't see where the gentleman said the unit cycled off normally...how do you know it was not in defrost when it did so? Only when he unplugged it did the fans and compressor shut off at the same time. I expect we need a little clarification from the person who made the topic.. a Mr. NO NameWe are obviously not getting the whole picture here...
Ok, so to make things clear in our minds, can you say that the compressor could be heard cycling off even when the freezer fan was still running? What we are trying to establish here is either a cold control problem or a compressor that is cutting out. If it is indeed a cold control problem as MR Fixit suggests, this could be further exemplified by the fans cycling off at the same time as the compressor.If it is just the compressor doing the cycling and the fans remain on, you have other problems. Do the fans stop when the compressor does or not?