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    Fridge Compressor crossreference



    Hi everyone,
    got burnt compressor DA86C15RBU6 due to loose wiring inside an outlet and trying to figure out if it is the original Compressor in the fridge TFX27PRXDWW by GE. It was already changed so I need to make sure I get the proper equivalent. I have a spare same compressor as the burnt-one and it is 1007BTU but can't find any BTU specks for 1 I found on Appliancespartspro site or any other site on the web for the fridge model number. It is apparently 27CF fridge, SbyS.
    Thanks for any input.



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    Re: Fridge Compressor crossreference

    Most importan factors are, displacement, type of oil, refrigernt and evaporating design temp.

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    Re: Fridge Compressor crossreference

    Yes the original compressor was 1007btuH but is discontinued by GE.

    Their alternative now is an Embraco EGYS90HLP at 279W.
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