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Maytag mf12266aeu not cooling

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I have replaced the HV board and reprogrammed unit appears to be running but not cooling any help

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... appears to be running but not cooling any help

Compressor is running ?

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Yes you can hear it start

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may need to see the frost pattern of the Freezer Evaporator Coils

after the Compressor has been running an hour or two ..

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OK let me ck

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OK compressor seems to be running nothing is frosted I think the thermal is kicking out the compressor is getting hot unit is about 5yrs old and has been in storage for a yr could it be low on freon

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Why was the high voltage replaced?  What were your original symptoms?  Also check condenser fan operation.

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the compressor has a slight vibration to the touch

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Why was the high voltage replaced?  What were your original symptoms?  Also check condenser fan operation.

The unit wouldn't do anything on the front panel so I changed the HV board

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If compressor is running and no frost whatsoever on evaporator then it sounds like a sealed system problem.  Unit was in storage for a year.  Was it transported on it's back or side before restarting?  Sometimes oil in the hermetically sealed compressor can transfer into the refrigerant lines and gum up the filter/drier causing a restriction.

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