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HEY!!!!! If your breaker is tripping it means you have a short circuit - a serious safety issue.
Unless you are a qualified electrical tech, for safety reasons refer this one to a pro.

Fisher and... | Answered Yesterday


Check all electrical connections and switches.
Also test for Freon leaks and that system contains Freon.
In rare cases compressor can be bad.
Most older models are not economical to repair especially if the compressor is bad, for those suggest buy a new fridge.
Observe all appliance repair safety rules.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


Check for Freon leaks then recharge the system. Follow all appliance safety rules.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


All have a pan located under the evaporator core. The drain hole is located at the lowest point in the pan.
Occasionally the hole will freeze up with ice and not flow.
Defrost the fridge for two days and this will usually open the tube. Use care when working with electrical appliances.

Kenmore... | Answered Yesterday


Check that the defrost timer is running and the contacts are not burned. Also check for Freon leaks and recharge the system. Any time you are dealing with electricity follow all safety rules.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


Go online and put your info into the search engine.
Then click on a parts house website and order the parts.
If you can't find a source or if parts for your model are discontinued, try removing the other legs and place your fridge on an appliance safe stand.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

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