Question about Viking VCWB300R Wine Cooler
How to know if I need to replace light tube
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My Viking VUWC140 wine cooler
Before replacing any part, first try manual defrost procedure. Unplug the wine cooler for approx 4 hours non stop.This will defrost all ice manually and this resets the internal defrost board and its assembly parts.Then after 24 hours reconnect the units power cord and turn it on, set it to normal temperature.It will take approx 6 hours get it normal cooling cycle.Then check, if its still building up ice, then it can be faulty defrost thermostat or faulty defrost main board.By pass the thermostat terminals by connecting a jumper wire.Connect two terminals of thermostat together and then see if its still building ice inside.If yes then board needs to be replaced.The thermostat located near the coils.Its a thin, twin wire connector, connected near coils.---------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
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