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ZDBC240NBBS General Electric Wine and Beverage Cooler

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The filter dryer filters refrigerant that travels through the sealed system of the refrigerator.
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Customer:
Craig from HIGHLAND, MD
Parts Used:
WR62X10033
Difficulty Level:
Difficult
Total Repair Time:
1- 2 hours
Tools:
Pliers, Screw drivers
Bar Fridge not cooling
Fridge stopped cooling. Opened back and could see fan running for coils but no sound from compressor. Other posts indicated this can be caused by bad capacitor compressor. Put fridge in Maint mode using front buttons inside on top. You can find maint mode instructions on internet. Used command to activate fans and compressor for 20 mins but still no compressor response. Ordered new Capacitor Compressor. It is hard to disconnect the old one, you have to open a plastic enclosure where all of the wires are connected into (not logic board, just some kind of master connection thing next to compressor). Brain surgery on that to get the red wire to unplug. Ended up breaking some plastic enclosure latches but don’t worry you can still put it back together. Ones red and blue wires are disconnected you can unscrew the old one and replace with new one. Suggest you take a few photos of how all the wires are connected so you don’t forget when putting back together. It fixed the issue and now old fridge is cooling like a champ.
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