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Universal Refrigerator Compressor Kit - PCL86ER6, Can Replace Most Standard Refrigerator Compressors 1PH.

Universal Refrigerator Compressor Kit - PCL86ER6, Can Replace Most Standard Refrigerator Compressors 1PH.

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 Universal Refrigerator Compressor Kit - PCL86ER6

ITEM DESCRIPTION: 

Unplug the Appliance before installing this part

A brand-new replacement part in its original packaging

This kit can replace most standard refrigerator or freezer compressors 1PH or used for custom projects.

PRODUCT TYPE:

  • Universal Compressor Kit - R134a 

COMPATIBLE BRANDS: 

  • Whirlpool
  • Roper
  • Admiral
  • Maytag
  • Hardwick
  • Jenn-Air
  • Estate
  • Magic Chef
  • Crosley
  • Inglis
  • Norge
  • Modern Maid
  • Amana
  • Kenmore
  • KitchenAid
  • Caloric
  • Ikea
  • GE
  • General Electric
  • Westinghouse
  • Monogram
  • Café
  • Moffat
  • Profile
  • Sears
  • McClary
  • Hotpoint
  • Frigidaire
  • White Westinghouse
  • Kelvinator
  • Gibson
  • Kenmore
  • Sears
  • Tappan
  • Electrolux

REPLACES PART NUMBERS:

  • Variable makes and models

KIT INCLUDES:

  • Compressor assembly
  • Back cover + Bracket
  • Start relay 
  • Start capacitor + Bracket
  • Overload protector
  • Mounting kit
  • Rivet nuts + tool
  • instructions

COMPRESSOR INSTALLATION TIPS:

How to install?

Note: this repair has to be done by a professional or by a person with required knowledge.

Preparing

Step 1 - Unplug the Unit

Before starting the installation, unplug the unit from the power supply. Remove the contents of the fridge and put them in another fridge or icebox temporarily.

Step 2 - Locate the Defective Compressor

Mostly, it's located at the bottom of the refrigerator and can be easily accessed from the back of the unit. Some models might have a guard or protector that has to be removed to expose the compressor.

Step 3 - Remove the Defective Part

Detach any wiring and the devices from the defective compressor and remove it from its spot. Remove any bolts or mounting hardware.

Installing

Step 1 - Add Refrigerant 

Refrigerant makes the compressor work. Before charging the unit with a refrigerant, you need to pull a vacuum. In addition, ensure your fridge isn't leaking any of this refrigerant. If it is, fix the issue before replacing it.

Step 2 - Connect the Capacitor

Connect the capacitor and start relay to the new compressor following the correct wiring code as provided by your manufacturer.

Step 3 - Test the Unit

After the wiring and devices have been installed, test the unit for 24 hours.

 

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Justin Hollett (Chemainus, CA)
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The product works. My fridge is back up and running. Thank you