Question about Danby DAR482BL Compact Refrigerator : black all fridge 4.4 cu ft
Model DCR 34W red reset button integrated into temp control knob trips
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you have pressed the defrost button that is why the compressor stops and would not come back on. there could be a temperature sensor on the thermostat or a timer where in it would only reset back after the temperature of the fridge warms up. try to remove all the food and let is sit for a while, plugged and watch if the compressor would kick in after about two hours or untill the fridge warms up. if the button is stuck, you may have to spray lubricant in the thermostat or replace the thermostat .
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
the heater control valve is visible through the speaker cut-out; it's at the end of the plastic heater control rod, inside the car - not on the other side of the firewall! It's connected to the valve with a plastic "universal joint".
Check that the valve is actually being turned by the rod. The connection might not be good (pulled apart or broken), and or the valve might be stuck.
Posted on May 30, 2009
that year / series of GM sonoma and s-10 where famous for having clogged heater cores - is temp of hoses going in and out the same ? if not try to flush out ther core, if they are, ck to see if the hot water valve is woking, and finally operation of the doors inside the heater box itself
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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SOURCE: My low beam headlights do
Check out your fuse associate with the low beam headlight, secondly there is a relay fuse under fuse rely box under the hoos. Locate this box, and locate the relay fuse associated to the low beam. You can rotate the relay with another relay of the same spec to see if the low beam lights are coming on. I would believe that it is a fuse that is blown, check your owners manaual on the location of the fuse box. Usually it's located in the driver side kick panel.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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