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Hi @emilysweep ,
 
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
 
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is also the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into the compressor, to start the cycle again.
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is also the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into the compressor, to start the cycle again.
 
Is the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, wear dry cotton gloves to feel, when trying to find out).
 
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges (you don't state the make or model) even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @emilysweep ,
 
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
 
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is also the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor, to start the cycle again.
 
Is the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, usewear dry cotton gloves to feel, when trying to find out).
Is the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, usewear dry cotton gloves to feel, when trying to find out).
 
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges (you don't state the make or model) even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @emilysweep ,
 
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
 
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is also the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor, to start the cycle again.
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is also the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor, to start the cycle again.
 
Is the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, use dry cotton gloves to feel, when trying to find out).
 
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges (you don't state the make or model) even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @emilysweep ,
 
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
 
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor, to start the cycle again.
 
Is the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, use dry cotton gloves to feel, when trying to find out).
 
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges (you don't state the make or model) even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges (you don't state the make or model) even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi @emilysweep ,
 
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
 
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor, to start the cycle again.
Is
Is
the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, use dry cotton gloves to feel if access is possible -feel, when trying to find out).
Is
Is
the line out from the compressor into the fridge icy cold or can you see frost on it? (Don't 'burn' yourself or 'stick to it' - if access is possible, use dry cotton gloves to feel if access is possible -feel, when trying to find out).
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @emilysweep ,
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is running continually, trying to achieve this.
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK), which is the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor, to start the cycle again.

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find out).
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi @emilysweep ,
 
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK)NLX15KK), which is the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressorcompressor, to start the cycle again.
If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK)NLX15KK), which is the "pump", is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressorcompressor, to start the cycle again.
 
The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is continually running trying to achieve this.
 
As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

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Hi @emilysweep ,

If the compressor (Danfoss NLX15KK) is hot, but the condenser coils aren't then the refrigerant is not being pumped through the system. The condenser coils should be warm/hot as this is where the refrigerant condenses back from a gas to a liquid (releasing absorbed heat from the fridge / freezer cabinets) before going back into compressor to start the cycle again.

The compressor is hot because the desired temp not being reached, therefore it is continually  running trying to achieve this.

As it is a 'sealed' system, you need a qualified repairman to check it out as it could be anything in the sealed system, faulty compressor, lack of refrigerant, some fridges even have a valve in the line from the compressor to the evaporator unit.,etc.

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