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KF48-1AS evaporator fan forces air in or out?

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you machine has an electronic control instead of the old timers where you can manually advance the timer and out it in defrost. The part number 297282800 for it.
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http://beverage-air.com/pdf/manualsbycategory/K%20Series%20-%20Bottom%20Mount%20Reach-Ins/CFG_CRG_KF_Series809-046A.pdf

The fan has a limit control wired in series that shuts the fan down until the coil temperature reaches 25*F. this prevents the fan from blowing warm around after defrost.
There is also a switch which is placed for the door to close. Either one may be defective.
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2: Refrigeration problem. The fans are tied into a temperature switch called a fan delay. The fans will not come on until the coil is well below freezing. This is to prevent water spray after a defrost. If unit is low on gas or has any other cooling issue the fans will not come on.
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Feel the back of your evaporator coil, if it is very cold and frosted you probably have a bad fan switch, or a bad door switch. ;)

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