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My breezaire cooling unit seems to have lost it's ability to cycle off once my cellar gets to 56F....went down to 49F and keeps running. looking for causes as well as recommended service agents in the greater denver area

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Hello its Peyton again. I didn't see your last question about letting it run to protect your wine until after we had disconnected. it should be safe as long as the unit doesnt go below freezing. It shouldnt hurt the equipment at all. thanks again for using FixYa Peyton

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