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We'd like to stop the True T-49 fans from running all the time

Another True commercial frig that we have does not run the fans when the cooling is not active - we run the frig at much higher temperatures for wine instead of food. How can we make the T-49 fans stop running all the time?

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You would have to have your fans power supply wired in series with the thermostat.

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Check these three areas and let me have a feed back.

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