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@sue3772 ,
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
The compressor relay is not your problem.
The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge temp the compressor must be running OK. The “cold temperature” is generated in the freezer compartment and then transferred to the refrigerator section by the evaporator fan and air damper.
Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air from being blown into the refrigerator compartment, to cool it down to the set temperature.
If the compressor is running, the evap fan should be running. It is located ''inside the freezer compartment'' behind a panel. Place an ear next to the refrigerator and listen for it running. It will stop if a door is opened (any door) and start again when the doors are shut.
Do not confuse this fan with the ''condenser fan which is outside'' the compartments near the compressor motor and can be running even if the doors are open. It is there to cool the condenser coils if they are getting too warm
-If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty, iced over etc.
+If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty or iced over etc.
If it is iced over this may be due to a faulty defrost heater, a blocked drain pipe below the evap unit, preventing defrost meltwater from going to the evap pan outside under the fridge, a faulty defrost thermostat or a faulty control board.

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@sue3772 ,
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
The compressor relay is not your problem.
The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge temp the compressor must be running OK. The “cold temperature” is generated in the freezer compartment and then transferred to the refrigerator section by the evaporator fan and air damper.
-Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air from being blown into the refrigerator to cool it down to the set temperature.
+Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air from being blown into the refrigerator compartment, to cool it down to the set temperature.
If the compressor is running, the evap fan should be running. It is located ''inside the freezer compartment'' behind a panel. Place an ear next to the refrigerator and listen for it running. It will stop if a door is opened (any door) and start again when the doors are shut.
Do not confuse this fan with the ''condenser fan which is outside'' the compartments near the compressor motor and can be running even if the doors are open. It is there to cool the condenser coils if they are getting too warm
If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty, iced over etc.
If it is iced over this may be due to a faulty defrost heater, a blocked drain pipe below the evap unit, preventing defrost meltwater from going to the evap pan outside under the fridge, a faulty defrost thermostat or a faulty control board.

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编辑: jayeff ,

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@sue3772 ,
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
The compressor relay is not your problem.
-The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge temp the compressor must be running OK.
+The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge temp the compressor must be running OK. The “cold temperature” is generated in the freezer compartment and then transferred to the refrigerator section by the evaporator fan and air damper.
-Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air from being blown into the refrigerator to cool it down to the set temperature. The “cold” is generated in the freezer compartment and then transferred to the refrigerator section by the evaporator fan and air damper.
+Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air from being blown into the refrigerator to cool it down to the set temperature.
If the compressor is running, the evap fan should be running. It is located ''inside the freezer compartment'' behind a panel. Place an ear next to the refrigerator and listen for it running. It will stop if a door is opened (any door) and start again when the doors are shut.
Do not confuse this fan with the ''condenser fan which is outside'' the compartments near the compressor motor and can be running even if the doors are open. It is there to cool the condenser coils if they are getting too warm
If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty, iced over etc.
If it is iced over this may be due to a faulty defrost heater, a blocked drain pipe below the evap unit, preventing defrost meltwater from going to the evap pan outside under the fridge, a faulty defrost thermostat or a faulty control board.

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@sue3772 ,
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
The compressor relay is not your problem.
The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge temp the compressor must be running OK.
-Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air being blown into the refrigerator.
+Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air from being blown into the refrigerator to cool it down to the set temperature. The “cold” is generated in the freezer compartment and then transferred to the refrigerator section by the evaporator fan and air damper.
If the compressor is running, the evap fan should be running. It is located ''inside the freezer compartment'' behind a panel. Place an ear next to the refrigerator and listen for it running. It will stop if a door is opened (any door) and start again when the doors are shut.
Do not confuse this fan with the ''condenser fan which is outside'' the compartments near the compressor motor and can be running even if the doors are open. It is there to cool the condenser coils if they are getting too warm
If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty, iced over etc.
If it is iced over this may be due to a faulty defrost heater, a blocked drain pipe below the evap unit, preventing defrost meltwater from going to the evap pan outside under the fridge, a faulty defrost thermostat or a faulty control board.

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编辑: jayeff ,

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@sue3772 ,
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
The compressor relay is not your problem.
-The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge the compressor must be running OK.
+The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge temp the compressor must be running OK.
Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air being blown into the refrigerator.
If the compressor is running, the evap fan should be running. It is located ''inside the freezer compartment'' behind a panel. Place an ear next to the refrigerator and listen for it running. It will stop if a door is opened (any door) and start again when the doors are shut.
Do not confuse this fan with the ''condenser fan which is outside'' the compartments near the compressor motor and can be running even if the doors are open. It is there to cool the condenser coils if they are getting too warm
If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty, iced over etc.
If it is iced over this may be due to a faulty defrost heater, a blocked drain pipe below the evap unit, preventing defrost meltwater from going to the evap pan outside under the fridge, a faulty defrost thermostat or a faulty control board.

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@sue3772 ,

What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?

The compressor relay is not your problem.

The relay is there just to start the compressor operating and since you say the freezer temp is OK but not the fridge the compressor must be running OK.

Was there a lot of ice in the freezer compartment? If so it may be that the auto defrost is not working and the evaporator fan is icing over and is stopped, preventing cold air being blown into the refrigerator.

If the compressor is running, the evap fan should be running. It is located ''inside the freezer compartment'' behind a panel. Place an ear next to the refrigerator and listen for it running. It will stop if a door is opened (any door) and start again when the doors are shut.

Do not confuse this fan with the ''condenser fan which is outside'' the compartments near the compressor motor and can be running even if the doors are open. It is there to cool the condenser coils if they are getting too warm

If you can't hear the evaporator fan at all, then it may be faulty, iced over etc.

If it is iced over this may be due to a faulty defrost heater, a blocked drain pipe below the evap unit, preventing defrost meltwater from going to the evap pan outside under the fridge, a faulty defrost thermostat or a faulty control board.

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