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Uline 75R refridgerator stopped working

The light worked so it was getting power. I used a electrical tester (pencil like device I bought at lowes) to figure out that power was making it to the thermostat (black wire) but not after the switch (blue wire).

To change the thermostat.

1) take cover off the front bottom and back panel of fridge.
2) unscrew the old thermostat. leave black and blue wires on it so you will know where to put them on the new one.
3) take out glass shelves on inside. Unscrew back panel. There are 2 phillips screws that hold the end of the thermometer to back panel.
reach hand under it and feed the thermometer back through hole and out back of fridge.You will notice a puddy like substance that fills in the hole in the back where the thermometer gets fed through. Make sure you keep it to fill in the hole in the back.
4) feed new thermometer end through hole in the back and install to back panel. Put the puddy back in the hole to insulate around it.
5) feed the electrical end of thermostat through bottom of fridge
6) take the wires off the old one and attach to the new one.
7) attach the thermostat to its mounting location
8) reinstall all the screws in the front and back and you are in business.

Had a hard time finding someone to service it. They wanted $200 to come out to the house + parts and labor.

The new thermostat cost $33 at All Brand appliance. I am from Mass and picked it up in Brockton. I emaile dU-line and they sent me the new part number. The allBrandappliance site had the old part number (2766-s)

I am not an electrician and this was a few hours work.


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This was soooo easy. I'm a women Engr. and with the schematic and this help took me about a half hour to complete. Thank!

Posted on Sep 19, 2010

  • briguyiu Apr 26, 2011

    I have the same issue, but can't figure out how to get the big coil on the part number 2766-s to go through the tiny hole the original (without the coil) went through. I tried un-coiling it, but the tubing broke.

  • briguyiu Apr 26, 2011

    I have the same issue, but can't figure out how to get the big coil on the part number 2766-s to go through the tiny hole the original (without the coil) went through. I tried un-coiling it, but the tubing broke.

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Good Job! you just saved your self $200+ Dollars and this the most comment problem with this U-Line 75R.

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Sounds like you did everything right

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