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How do I replace the sensor in my Danby Beverage Cooler? I have the part and located it on the inside of the unit but the wires go from the sensor to the back of the unit and the back of the unit is sealed. How do you access the wires behind the back exterior panel?

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SOURCE: Temp wont go below 60

Very simple. Call Danby at 1-800-26-DANBY and tell them the issues you are having. The reps there are very knowledgable and more than willing to help. I just had to replace a computer pad and they are awesome to deal with. FYI, the owner's manual does not have a parts listing. Good luck

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SOURCE: inside fan on Keg Cooler needs to be replaced

Call them and ask to buy the part it should be pretty cheap. I just bought a replacement keypad for mine and they sold it to me right on the phone no hassles

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SOURCE: The fan on our Danby

You will need a new fan motor.
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