using clamp-on ammeter and an IR temperature gun fridge test is new info to me I will add this to my routine of tests before I call it a fault in the system. Of course, I will have to work with it awhile to be assured I am using this new information correctly. For example, today I was on a 2012 Frigidaire Fridge mod. FFHS2622MSB ser. 4a24623594; fridge at 45° (damper good, fans good) she has both thermostats all the way up, food is frozen in freezer. The evaporator coil is not fully frosted reading at +15 to +45, so I called it a system fault.
I did not leave without taking a temp reading of the condenser. It was exactly 100 °. The compressor is running normal. No ammeter test, it was in the truck. So, with this new info, if I got it right, it tells me the condenser temp is good, therefore, the presser is good. Then no blockage or loss of Freon. I must actually need a control part #241739712 ?