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Old 08-13-2012, 08:18 PM
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My brother stored his side-by-side for over a year. After his death, I brought it to my place and it has sat for about 9 months in my garage. I cleaned it out to sell it, but when I plugged it in nothing happened. Neither the refrigerator nor the freezer cool. There is absolutely no fan or sound coming from it. Am I out of luck selling it? Or could there be a simple fix?

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Do the interior lights come on?

How long have you left it plugged in?
Could be that the unit is in a defrost cycle. This turns off the compressor ad the fans and lasts about 30 minutes.
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It was plugged in since Sunday. I just went out to check, and the light does not come on. I unplugged it and plugged it into a different outlet. Now I receive a shock when I touch the doors (not grounded?), but the lights still don't come on and I don't hear compressor or fan.

I unplugged it since I don't know if it's a fire hazard.


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Remove the rear cover so you can inspect the wiring.
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