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Old 11-27-2010, 11:23 AM
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My fridge quit working.
Model FRT18NNGD1 Manufacturer 2-99
Always worked and just stopped
if you want help with your refrigerator you will have to give a lot more information than this.
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if you want help with your refrigerator you will have to give a lot more information than this.
The fridge has no power to it. I have plugged it in to several receptacles to make sure it wasn't the problem. The light is not on. I can change the temperature and it never kicks on. What information is needed and I'll get it to you.
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Since unit is totally dead you will need a meter.
Check the receptacle to be sure that it has 120 volts.
This is just a double check as you have already tried the unit on another receptacle.
Then measure that there is 120 volts at the machine end of the line cord.
Could be just a bad line cord.
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The fridge has no power to it. I have plugged it in to several receptacles to make sure it wasn't the problem. The light is not on. I can change the temperature and it never kicks on. What information is needed and I'll get it to you.
Im assuming, since you didnt state it, that there was no change when you plugged the appliance to several other outlets. Instead of testing for voltage on the machine side of the line cord, and possibly electrocuting yourself, a safer test is to test the continuity and / or the resistance from the hot to the neutral wires of the line cord. If it shows an open circuit or infinite resistance from one terminal of the plug to the other, further test for continuity and / or resistance from one end of the line cord to the other. If the line cord passes all these tests, all i can say now is you have an internal wiring issue, since even if an individual part failed, in almost all cases, it would not cause symptoms like yours. Thank you for including more info than "it stopped working", that way we can give better refrigerator repair advice to you.
edit: I checked your model number, and the line cord is no longer available as of 12/28/09, so you might have to consider a refrigerator repairman for additional help.

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