We tear apart a fridge compressor and show all the inner workings.

These are the best discs for cutting open thing like this:
These are around $12-16
4 1/2″:
3″:

Watch the next video where I turn this into a custom drill powered air compressor:

Refrigerator runs and doesn’t get cold (low on freon, filter drier is clogged or the reed valves are broken)
Refrigerator won’t turn on (burnt up electric motor or other electrical fault)

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29 thoughts on “What's inside a Refrigerator Compressor

  1. joe quillun says:

    Great tutorial. Never had a need to learn this until now. My 25 yr old Hot Point fridge has been clunking, every time it shuts off, for a couple years now. Now the compressor is rattling inside, as if it's out of balance, or the spring is broke. (Maybe both?) Wonder how long I can milk it out? Thanks for posting.

  2. 1980's Kid says:

    I just pulled one of these off of a refrigerator and dumped out what I assumed was the oil from one of the lines. Is there a substitute oil I should put back in? Do you think that was the oil that I drained? I thought it was water

  3. Magnus Atheos says:

    We turned one into an air compressor when I worked in an appliance shop. Took a long time to fill the tank we connected it to but we didn't use it for a high demand application. Just short bursts of air. I believe the air compressors dentists use to run their little drills.use this type of compressor.

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