Examine the plug, for signs of wear, etc.
See if the plug pulls out of the socket easily.
Consult your horoscope, read the funny pages,
read four or five more answers on this list, and
then replace the plug, and change out the socket.
I'd not want to mess around with a refrigerator.
Don't want to lose food.
Christopher A. Young
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It has provided 27 yrs. of excellent service but finally just stopped
running. Wiggle the pronged plug in the wall and it starts running ... but
then dies again. It's apparently not a house problem because the radio
works in the same wall socket. Any ideas? Thanks.