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Haier Dual Zone Wine Chiller - One Fan wont run

I have a Haier Dual Zone Wine Chiller (HVTB18DABB). The fan on the upper zone is not working and the temp sits around 70 degrees. The bottom zone is working fine and will maintain a temp of 45 degrees. I've taken the back-plate off and make sure all the power connectors are set good. But I can't get the fan to spin. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    Upper zone fan works only sometimes and the temperature sits at 68 no matter what it;s set at.

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    Upper fan overheats and stops

  • dpage78 Apr 04, 2009

    I have the same problem of the upper unit not cooling. I cannot say that the reason for the problem is that the fan is not running

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I have the same problem. When I first discovered this, both fans had stopped working and the temp for both zones was over 80. So much for the wine that had been stored there. After leaving the unit unplugged for a few days, the fan for the lower section started working again but the upper fan is still overheating. Haier customer service says too bad, so sad (I discovered this problem in the 13th month of ownership). I'm sure it is not worthwhile to fix this so it is going out with the trash and I'll look for a different brand for the next wine cellar that I purchase. Any ideas?

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