Question about True TD-95-38-LT Beverage Cooler
Have a true 2 door sliding door cooler that the lights flicker think it is either ballast or a starter but were do i find these items in the cooler.
I believe that unit has a ballast tucked in somewhere in the compressor compartment. It may be easier to access from the back of the unit. I don't think it has a starter.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The unit has a temperature swing adjustment screw located behind the thermostat plate.If you remove the knob and the face plate you will see it,It can be adjusted there.It may also be the thermostat bulb is going bad or touching something and giving a false signal to the compressor.
Posted on May 03, 2009
SOURCE: flourescant lights flickering
is there a ballast or a starter? if there is a starter (little silver metal or white plastic can), then replace the transformer inside the lamp housing. if there is a ballast (long black rectangle with many wires) and you replaced that and the lamp, then there must be a power drain in the unit somewhere.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
If I am not mistaken, the True line-up of coolers have a temp control on them that is labeled 0-9.
This particular type of temp control is a coil temp control. I measures the temperature of the coil rather than air temperature.
Always set the control to the warmest setting and move it colder by one number at a time until your product reaches and holds designed temp. Do not go by cooler air temperature as there will be a great swing in temp especially if the doors are used frequently. Always temp the product. In the case of beer, your ideal holding temp is between 35-38°.
If you set the temp control to the warmest setting and the cooler is still freezing product, you will need to have the cooler serviced be a refrigeration tech. It will most likely be a bad control but there may be underlying problems.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
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