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The refrigerator for several years, worked fine, complaints he was not, but was sometimes heard from him quiet crackling of the motor area. Crackled refrigerator, but stopped, and then went to work. Probably half of the year popped before suddenly stopped working. The light was burning inside, and the cold was gone.
Open the engine compartment refrigerator and find the cause of failure
Outwardly, everything is fine, all the pins are not rusted, not dark, though a lot of dust, but it does not affect the oxidation. Vacuumed and proceeded to disassemble-need to check the relay refrigerator.
All connections to the relay off pretty easy, of course, it rests on two screws, unscrew them and remove the relay. Turn off the switch on the top two screws and remove the top cover.
Now take out the rotor, and then remove the metal plate to the coil, they are easily removed entirely.
When applying to the winding AC rotor starts to vibrate and rotate, and for a whole mechanism turns the gears.
Now unscrew the two screws that were under winding (in the photo above, they already loosened) and remove the body with all the gears. Now we see a contact group relays and gear that it closes/opens.
The pads almost completely covered with black patina, and there are also around darkish patina is seen in the photo. Take out the three platelets.
We clean the pads with sandpaper or something than can scrape.
Put in the place pads, gear reducer with more gears, metal plate to the coil, the rotor and the top cover. Relay brushed and ready to work again in the fridge.