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I have a MCWBC77DZC that stopped cooling too. After reading several post on websites, I replaced the compressor start relay and is now cooling again. Horray! Ordered the start relay from www.RepairClinic.com Item number 1795921 Part #: 6R8MG $20.55
First check your breakers. Sometimes re plugging an item can cause a surge and pop the breaker. Maybe some paint might have gotten in the outlet and preventing a clean contact. If all fails, try plugging in the unit in another outlet to see if the problem lies within the outlet or the wine cooler.
you should check to see if the fan at the back of the unit is operating, and you also need to check for dust build up, if the fan is working then clean and defrost the unit, try it again, make sure there is nothing blocking the airflow, if the motor is not running, replace the motor, hope that helps
Hi!! I'm a uline authorize servicer and yes the repair man is right. you have a leak in the evaporator..remember make sure to call uline ans see if you have warranty on your seal system of the wine cooler..good luck..