Question about Max-Fridge STC55926 / STC55927 / STC55928 / STC55929 Beverage Cooler
This unit, I believe is a piezo electric cooling/warming unit. It's possible that after or during your defrost, the control board was exposed to excess moisture... whether by condensation (sweating), evaporation or direct contact with the melted water. In this case, if you plugged the unit in before allowing sufficient dry time, it would have shorted your control board. Possibly allow the unit to dry (unplugged) for 24-48 hours and retry. If the same symptom occurs, replace the control board.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
Take the back cover off and unscrew the control board from the cover. Unplug the fan and plug the fridge in. While it's plugged in and on, reconnect the fan. this worked for our fridge.
Posted on Jan 31, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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