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The motor and capacitor are in good working order -- it's just the wiring that needs replacement. However, if you have your mind set on replacing the wiring, try calling "old time" electricians, who are not stressed on time. One may be willing to come out of retirement and to do it for you.
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Beautiful job!!! My parents have one almost identical in their garage as well And there is one similar in my grandparent's old garage as well.
See if this will help you. Repair the hole and get it recharged but before doing that make an inquiry to your electric company as to how much it costs to run that refrigerator. They are energy guzzlers.
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