I have a GE refrigerator/freezer I have lost confidence in. It has failed three times in the last year. It is old, but has a three year old compressor. First, I replaced the start capacitor and it started up. Next time, I manually rotated the defrost timer and it started up. I replaced the defrost timer. The last time it failed, I moved the temperature selector to off and back to on and the compressor fired right up. About the last thing I can think of is the temperature control thermostat. Is there any good way to test the one I currently have? Thanks!
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