HOW TO TEST FRIDGE THERMOSTAT

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The fridge in our shop quit working the other day while we were taking an engine apart. We decided to try to diagnose it and see what causes that. Some of you will say it is not a car related video but we will dedicate this video to all of you that have fridge in their garage.
We tested the thermostat and it did not work at all. This was causing our fridge not to work at all. The thermostats are usually super simple to replace. It takes only a few minutes. We shared with you the test procedure. Hopefully this video will help some of you.

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26 thoughts on “HOW TO TEST FRIDGE THERMOSTAT

  1. Rui Messias says:

    Thank you so much, got a problem with chest freezer (13 months old) that suddenly stop working. Follow up your instruction how to fix the thermostat and got it back on track also save money for repair. Nice show mate…

  2. robi 2107 says:

    One doesn't have to be a genius to check the thermostat for the continuity. But what's wrong if the thermostat doesn't switch off and the everything in the fridge gets frozen? I've already turned the thermostat to the minimum, but it's the same. The coils are clean so this also isn't the reason. Dhe door is closing well. So, what's the problem? Do I need a new thermostat?

  3. Lothian Mcadam says:

    you manage to include a link in the description to absolutely everything EXCEPT the part you replaced. you want to share some really good information? post a link to that $10 replacement thermostat.

  4. Mike Morris says:

    Thank you, I spent 2 hours looking at capacitors, connections and start shit. Didn’t find anything about the fucking thermostat when I googled why my freezer took a shit. You’re probably graduating MIT about now. Congratulations and thanks!!

  5. windwardpro says:

    What if your thermostat tests OK (and you've also replaced it) but the temperature won't stay consistent? The vents are unblocked, the door seal is good, and the coils are clean.

  6. John M says:

    Another useless video, just because it can turn on and off doesn't mean the thermostat is functioning properly A working thermostat turns off and on based on the temperature in the freezer

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