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Blows fusebox trip - all the time

Aeg arctis 75230-ga pnc922045720 ser no 4250248001 215 litres frost free my Brother has the above freezer and every time its plugged in - it trips out the fuse box. I was hoping to get a service manual or circuit diagram - so i could start to fault find to identify the faulty part. so before I start any suggestions, I understand electrics/electronics.

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Blows fusebox trip - all the time


Good place to start is the starting device for the compressor.slip the cover off the compressor electrics on lhs of compressor usually and you may find the relay burnt out.tyhis is the mostly area but if elsewhere, look at the defrost element and check wiring loom
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Defaults to 0 deg. temp


I would be more worried about constant power disruptions
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Kenmore Model # 2539284214 Serial# WB05106301 Found freezer thawing out Compressor was hot and cycling on the Compressor O/L in cycle about 7 times and then started to run Temp inside went to 4.8 Degrees then shut off and came back on at 15.8 degrees It ran like this from 9:30 PM until 5:30 the next day. when i checked it at 5:30 PM it was in the defrost cycle which is suppose to happen after 12 hr.of compressor run time. when it completed the defrost cycle it would start it was cycling on the compressor O/L for about 10 times then it finally started. the amperage on start up was 15.5 then it went to run at 4.5 amps for about 5sec. then tripped out. The cycle time when it was running off the t-stat was approx.30 -40 min. The t-stat is set on #1 and the blower is running Compressor was to hot to touch. My question is the compressor going bad or could it be the door gasket and it is running to long over heating the compressor once it stays running the amperage is 1.5 amps Could it be low on refrigant all the coils are inside. shows no signs of icing up


When its running how hot are the sides the starting amps are too high and 1.5 running amps ain't bad now the the cut in cut out are too high if you look on the dial that the mid point settings that's where you should have it not on 1 1 is hot set it on the straight line that's where you should do all your testing colder settings go up not down you could be overheating the compressor by making it come on too quick the freezer should be about -10 or so do you see any gaps in the gasket
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I have a ge upright freezer storm knocked the recepticle out or tripped the breaker I reset it after 1 week of working with it it started working fine than the freezer started defrosting and the temperature alarm went off, any ideals


Probably the thermostat has packed up
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Kenmore upright freezer


1)forget about the key you'll be disposing of this unit anyway 2)the alarm is to tell you that the unit is above ideal temp. 3)the unit isn't making temp due to refrigeration issue. if it isn't cold enough on 3 then 1 won't do it either.
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Kenmore upright freezer model 29238 keeps tripping switch


If the compressor actually runs for more than a second or two its likely the compressor is bad. Some models had a 5 year warranty and some ten years on the compressor only. The replacement of the compressor is likely beyond your abilities unless you are a service technician. A typical cost for such a repair can be more than the freezer may have cost you if nothing is under warranty. Good Luck.
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Freezer begun tripping our 20 amp breaker for some reason


Ok hi there i viewed the specs for this freezer http://www.truemfg.com/catalog/servlet/com.apsiva.servlet.HomeServlet this unit must be plugged into a 120v outlet with a 15amp circuit breaker dedicated (nothing else should on this circuit) so all by itself. you have to check the voltage outlet where you plug in. you must have at least 115v or better (125v the most) if you have less then 115v it will cause damage. ok you went and checked all this out and everything is 15amp with 115v or better and it still trips breaker. ok the running amps is 6.8 amps so to blow the circuit you need 15 amp which is too high. i suggest you call a refrigeration guy because he will be able to determine if the problem is the compressor (which has a 4 year warranty with truemfg.com only in the USA) or something else. Usually but not 100% what would make a freezer like yours to blow the fuse is the compressor. if it overheats it will do this, if there is a sudden high pressure within the system it will do it, if you have a condenser fan that is not running at proper speed it will do this... the problem cannot be pin pointed understand please... you have to babysit it, watch for changes in the refrigeration system and the running compressor amps, voltage drops ( this will cause high amps) etc... Refrigeration is not easy and alot of tech stay away... so those who stick it out make money cause you have 2 choices: buy another one and pay big bucks to get it fixed. at least see if you can find someone to come over (for like $40 - $60) and tell you exactly whats wrong with it... whew... hope this was helpful and not confusing...sorry
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