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Beverage air cycling off/on

I have a large 3 door beverage air cooler, which I keep in the garage. It is very cold here recently and I am wondering if that may be causing the fridge to cycle on and off continually.

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Not sure what you mean by "Continually"? Unit should cycle off when set temp is reached. If it is cycling otherwise, may be an issue with the compressor running hot or high amperage.

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These units are not designed to run in temps much lower than 50 degrees. They have no winter controls and the freon pressures will take a nose dive when running in a cold ambient condition. The unit will not run well in a cold environment, compressor damage may result. :(

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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