Question about Coldtech S3BRR-18S Commercial Refrigerator
One of the doors was left open overnight - closed door and temperature wouldn't drop below 70 degrees - unplugged it and emptied everything out and let it sit for a day - plugged back in, fans run and compressor kicks in but won't cool back down - is there a blown fuse or circuit or is the compressor fried??
If the compressor kicks in then check the lines to see if they are cold. It is possible the compressor burnt out from leaving the door open. Purchase a sensor alarm to alert you if the door is left open.
Posted on Nov 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
They work on a temperature switch, when the evaperator gets cold enough the switch closes and the fans will come on. They will also turn off during defrost so the product. Does not melt. If they never come on and the coil is icing up I would look at the switch as being faulty. It will be located on the piping on the side of the evaperator. Replace the switch and problems solved. Good luck
Posted on Sep 08, 2012
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