Question about Refrigerators
I have a Model: HVUEB06BSS wine cooler that was working fine until I turned of a circuit breaker to fix a broken socket in the garage. I was unaware that the circuit in the laundry room where the cooler was plugged in was on the same breaker. After turning the circuit back on, the cooler was no longer working. When the cooler is plugged in and turned on, the display lights blink and the temperture display comes on but the cooler will not stay on. I removed the back panel and looked inside but there is only a circuit board and there is no reset switch. Is there anything I can do to fix it or should I put it out for the trash?
Hi, Well not much to go on but this is not a complicated unit. Please bear with me as we go back and forth for this type of long distance troubleshooting. The control board on this type of unit uses ambient temperature and that is what should be displayed when first turned on. Knowing that; the unit will not run if the setpoint is lower than the ambient temp. The unit operates on 27F degree difference from ambient. So lets do this, unplug the unit, remove your stuff if any, open the door for a couple hours till the unit stabilizes to room temp. Close the door, plug the unit back in and note the display. Move the setpoint to just below whatever your room temp is, if there are dashes it indicates a temp problem or the sensor that needs to know the difference. Good for now, let me know. Thanks and Good Luck!
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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