Thank you for posting the helpful info. Yes I found Display Reset Button. It was not set to lock. I pushed the reset button. Even took the display off the freezer door shook it and danced on it with my clogs. Still locked. I've parted ways with the customer due to his "frugality"
Thanks for direction I should start it.
The run capacitor by the motor had fallen out if the clamp and the terminals were sparking on the clamp, thus tripping the breaker.
Easy fix, resecured the capacitor and it worked fine.
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The entire area where the drain hole is- to the left and to the right of the hole needs to be completely clear of any ice. the hole may be clear but water that is melting off of the evaporator is dripping over onto the floor of the freezer.
Make sure there is no ice at all and this should solve it. You can also pour a bit of hot water down the drain hole to make sure it is in fact clear.
Take all the advice from the experts above.
Sometimes removing the front panel, taking a comfy seat on the floor (don't take a coffee break or you may miss it leak) and running the dishwasher can reveal its leaky source.
I agree with the previous post if in fact what you describe in your second post then it's does indeed sound like a bad transmission. You can check it by removing the pulley from the bottom and turning the transmission shaft by hand. If it makes a loud clicking/grinding/friction noise then you'll need a new washer.