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Level of DifficultyReally easy
Time to do repair:Less than 15 mins
CustomerJEFF from COLONIAL BEACH VA
Freezer stopped freezing but would attempt to start
After Sear told me it would cost $289 to repair my $350 freezer. (They charged me $65 to tell me this)
I went on line and found you guys. Found a part diagram. Looked for the weakest link. Then pulled my freezer away from the wall, got down and found the same part I suspected was the weakest link (attached to compressor) pulled it off shook it and it rattled, being plastic and cheap looking I figured I found the problem) Paid 28+ for it, it arrived, I installed and I'm freezing up a storm and a hero.