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You likely have a earth fault if the earth fsultfault device is being tripped. Does the fridge have a butter keep in the door or other reason for wiring to go into the soordoor? i have seen wiring in the hinge fail causing intermittent shorts to occur. The other possibility is a faulty capacitor on the compressor. With the fridge disconnected from the power measure the resistance between the earth pin and active and neutral wires. There should be an open circuit ( very high resistance). The best way to do this is with a Megger meter which will properly test the insulation/isolation between the earth and the active and neutral wires.
You likely have a earth fault if the earth fsultfault device is being tripped. Does the fridge have a butter keep in the door or other reason for wiring to go into the soordoor? i have seen wiring in the hinge fail causing intermittent shorts to occur. The other possibility is a faulty capacitor on the compressor. With the fridge disconnected from the power measure the resistance between the earth pin and active and neutral wires. There should be an open circuit ( very high resistance). The best way to do this is with a Megger meter which will properly test the insulation/isolation between the earth and the active and neutral wires.
 
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You likely have a earth fault if the esrthearth fsult device is being tripped. Does the fridge have a butter keep in the door or other reason for wiring to go into the soor? i have seen wiring in the hinge fail causing intermittent shorts to occur. The other possibility is a faulty capacitor on the compressor. With the fridge disconnected from the power measure the resistance between the earth pin and active and neutral wires. There should be an open circuit ( very high resistance). The best way to do this is with a Megger meter which will properly test the insulation/isolation between the earth and the active and neutral wires.
You likely have a earth fault if the esrthearth fsult device is being tripped. Does the fridge have a butter keep in the door or other reason for wiring to go into the soor? i have seen wiring in the hinge fail causing intermittent shorts to occur. The other possibility is a faulty capacitor on the compressor. With the fridge disconnected from the power measure the resistance between the earth pin and active and neutral wires. There should be an open circuit ( very high resistance). The best way to do this is with a Megger meter which will properly test the insulation/isolation between the earth and the active and neutral wires.
 
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You likely have a earth fault if the esrth fsult device is being tripped. Does the fridge have a butter keep in the door or other reason for wiring to go into the soor?  i have seen wiring in the hinge fail causing intermittent shorts to occur. The other possibility is a faulty capacitor on the compressor. With the fridge disconnected from the power measure the resistance between the earth pin and active and neutral wires.   There should be an open circuit ( very high resistance).   The best way to do this is with a Megger meter which will properly test the insulation/isolation between the earth and the active and neutral wires.

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