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True TD-36-12-S Bottle Cooler

When it is turned up as far as it will cool, the beverages are still not cold. Is there something that seems to go wrong with these. This was bought 12/02/05

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1st check the outter coil and make sure you can shine a flash light through the coil. If not blow out with compressed air and look again. A dirty coil may be your problem.

2nd check the inside coil it may be blocked with frost - ice
3rd the fan both in and out have to be running.
4th check the door seals

you could be low on refrigerant or have a bad thermostat but eliminate all else before going to these 2 problems.

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There are no service valves, to check charge

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