Question about Refrigerators
When I plug the cooler in any 12 volt outlet, the plugin of the cooler gets real hot. The first plug even melted. I'm worry about causing a fire. Is there some problem with the wiring of this cooler? How can I fix this problem?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: EVERSTAR COOLER HDBC36ID
Mine is 11 months old - pooling water on right (which is theside i keep colder for beer/soda/water), also my glass door on right has water between panes, I just called franklin (everstar) and they say a service guy will call in 5 days... I hope.
Did you get help and are you 'happy' with the service done?
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
Sound like you have the newer version. These fans can be found at Radio Shack or anywhere computer parts are sold. It doesnt have to be an exact replacement. Just big enough to fit over the Cooling fins. Also make sure it's a 12 volt motor
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
This is not a recall but the manufacturer will most likely cover the repair. The relay for the lights is stuck closed on the control board. The repair should include all cosmetic parts that were damaged plus a new improved control board and a new socket assembly with a thermostat built-in. Contact your local certified service depot for the repair.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
you should see if theres a DC voltage going to the plate or not. it should noticeably heat up instantly with proper voltage applied. if power is there and it doesnt heat then the thermoelectric device needs to be replaced. also you should be able to measure a resistance of the plate. Should not be shorted or open. it should be a relatively low resistance. like a few ohms. and it may read different depending on which direction you connect the leads.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
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