Question about Refrigerators
Have had the back off the vending machine and checked the condensation tray which is bone dry. The compressor for cooling the drink bottles and cans is simple and fully functioning without loss of temperature. There is no evidence that the water is coming from anywhere in the machine (no sliced cans or leaking water bottles in the products and all the floor of the machine is dry...even has a little undisturbed dust) but there is periodic water under the machine which could be a slip hazard. Have even had plumbing and refrigeration expert look at the guts and nothing wrong there. Any ideas where the water puddle is coming from or what else we could check on this Office Deli Vending machine? I'm still not convinced it's even our machine doing it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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