Question about Avanti WC492D Wine Cooler
My temperature is set at 64 degrees, but the LED readout is saying 73 degrees and the wine feels like it's 73 degrees. This has haapened in the past and just by moving the unit around a little makes it work again. What is causing this intermittent problem? Low refrigerant? Loose wire? Please help my precious bottles of wine.
The wine cooler has to be at least 3" away from the wall, do not block the air flow to the condenser. or check power plug to outlet is it secure.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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The issue could be the cold control, timer, wiring, or the compressor.
The temp control has to be closed for voltage to get to the timer. The timer then calls for the fans and compressor to run. The timer could have stalled after a defrost cycle or the cold control could not be sending voltage to the timer.
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