ower except to its internal light. Otherwise, no fans working, no noise, no nuttin’. It’s a JSD2789GES. Please aim me at the 3 likeliest suspect parts fast because I must visit the owner and fix tonight if possible.
PW: renthelp BDCD928E
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Disconnect your fridge from its power source by removing the power cord from the wall outlet. You may hear some whooshing or knocking noises after you do so; that`s normal. Make sure your fridge stays unplugged for several minutes, otherwise the reset won`t work.
Turn the fridge and freezer off or temperature control to “0” inside the unit. Then plug the refrigerator back in. Change the temperature setting of the refrigerator to the standard number of “5” and let it reset itself for 24 hours.
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Here’s hoping that your refrigerator gurus are as super duper as your TV champs. I have a Genair fridge-freezer with zero power except to its internal light. Otherwise, no fans working, no noise, no nuttin’. It’s a JSD2789GES. Please aim me at the 3 likeliest suspect parts fast because I must visit the owner and fix tonight if possible.
PW: renthelp BDCD928E
These are the parts that might be faulty.
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Check all this part thoroughly and i am sure you will get the problem.
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12004T model no.??
serial no.: AU16550
A casa blanca tri-switch on the wall: lights-fan-power
When I turn it on, the lights and fan work fine.
After a period of time, the lights go off by themselves.
I don’t remember the fan ever going off by itself, only the lights.
.Now attempt to do the job only if your are competent with high voltage circuits as the circuit must be checked before and after the lights switch off.
.It is also possible that the switching device the thyristor may be on dry soldering joint. So with the mains power off( or the power disconnected to the unit) have yourself insulated , use a soldering iron to touch up all the joints.
.Failure of capacitors in the trigger circuit is also possible to have this delay off.
.Trace the trigger voltage cut off at this point to come to the solution.( use a multimeter)
.Depending on how nice of a fan you would like,it probably costs between $50-$100.It would save you time,headaches,and uncertainty of fire starting.If the fan is on when noone is home,that would be a worrisome situation.Your house would be almost engulfed before anyone noticed and it would be too late to save anything.Also,if you do not want to keep your current fan,you could take it down and sell it and put the money towards a new one.You may not like my answer,but I have years of training and simply like to inform and educate people who are looking for answers.Whether I can help them or not,I tell them what to do and why.Greg
I hope I have been of help but please do not hesitate to ask if you have any further questions.
.Good luck! Greg
Firstly; dismantle the plug and replace the fuse with the same rating as the one you have just taken out. Replace the plug cover, put the plug into the socket and try again. If this doesnt work, there may be a problem with the internal fuse (if one is fitted). Two choices here, either refer this unit to a qualified service personnel/ the place where you got it from, or do the job yourself (which will save you a whole bunch of cash). In your circumstances, I would take it back to the place you got it and ask them to put the fault right, or replace the unit completely; if it is past its warranty or guarantee time, then get back to me with a make and model number of the unit, and I will give you step-by-step instructions on how to solve this.