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Beko TZG 990 freezer tower unit not freezing just hear a switching in the back of freezer as it attemps to switch on every 15min approx all front lights on inc error state

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I have exactly the same issue did you ever fix this ?

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My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

When you unplug your unit, then plug it back in you are giving the motor a surge charge with more volts than necessary to run the motor.
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