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I have a 52 bottle, single temp, Avanti wine refrigerator that won't hold 58 F when its under the counter. I cleaned the coils and am on my 3rd fan (yes, and its not quite 3 years old). It will get to temp freestanding, but the minute I slide it under the counter, the temp starts going back up. It held its temp fine up until 6 months ago. 
Room temperature gets to 80 on hot days in the summer. There was some gunk in the overflow tray (like dusty copper (green) rust). Can the coils clog and cause this problem? Any other ideas?

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Thanks for the question i think the problem is that its under the counter no air flow to cool the coils try it not under counter thanks the appliance doc

Posted on Sep 25, 2008

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    john gagnon Sep 26, 2008

    hi yes dusty coils could cause the problem . its very important to keep the coils clean thanks

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