Question about Baumatic Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Chigo Wine Fridge Error
I have a Chigo that displays error code E2.1 alternating at times with E8. The unit runs intermittently. My dealer and I agree the control circuit board is faulty and should be changed at a cost of $125. It is likely due to a failure of the control circuit board, but more specifically the circuitry on the control board related to the upper temperature sensor. The connectors for the sensors and the connector between the compressor and the control and relay boards are also flakey, and this could be the cause, but I could not isolate a bad connection, so will change the control board and hope that fixes the problem.
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
Go to this site: http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewforum&f=35
Type "Mistral Thermistor" into the search and help will be availible. You have a very common problem which is an easy fix in most cases. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
SOURCE: Hi Our Lemair wine cooler
it may be too close to the wall, too much dust on the back, or both. if the freon is out,dont bother trying to get it fixed,its probably cheaper in the long runto just get a new one
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
SOURCE: Hello, I have BW40 wine
There are 2 sensors in this wine cooler. Malfunction of each leads to E1 or E2 fault codes. One is easily accessible inside the fridge (small white torpedo sensor with pair of wires attached). The second but identical sensor is buried within the foam on the rear of the cooler. Unplug from mains, take of the electrics from back of cooler, take off sheet metal back and the sensor will be deep in the foam and can be replaced easily after digging out some foam. When replaced make sure the sensor is in the same place it stops the cooler icing up. Use gap-fill foam to keep insulation good. Dr_Nicholas
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
SOURCE: lemair wine fridge not holding
If the unit looks like it is working regularly, but it does not keep the regular 14C temperature, then the problem is either defrost system or need for gas recharge.
Disconnect power and perform a full defrost leaving the unit off overnight. If the problem disappear, then the fault was the defrost system in the unit. If the problem comes back in a couple of days, then the defrost thermostat must be replaced.
If the problem comes back immediately after defrost, then you need a gas recharge. When problem is the compressor you hear clicking and humming, or motor does not start at all.
If you need recharge, parts or repair contact Lemair. Here their website. Contact page link is at the top.
Posted on May 17, 2011
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