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Does not cool the wine,back panel is warm and unit is making a no

The unit has been losing cooling power over a period of approx. 1 year.

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If your condensor fan is running and the compressor is running then you will need a tech to look at the sealed system for you.

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I have frost on back of unit.what to do?


Usually if you see frost or ice it is because the Freon level is low. There is a 5 year warranty on the compressor and sealed cooling system so if your within that period, I would call the manufacturer.

May 14, 2016 | U-Line 75WC Wine Cooler

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This wine cooler hasn't held temperature for months, even though during the winter my living room gets to 58 F at night. I've had it maybe a year.

I took the back off, and 2 of the 3 heat sinks felt cool, which means the thermoelectric pack was just conducting cold out of the cabinet in 2 of 3 cases. The third one felt slightly warm, as it should. I checked that the cool ones had 12 v to them, they did, so they should have been pumping heat out.

I put bowls of ice inside the unit, and when the temperatures got down to the set points, I heard relays click, so I figured the control unit was OK.

I removed one of the TEC modules that was cold on the outside, and taped up the hole with masking tape.

I unplugged the fan from the circuit board and unscrewed that fan assembly from the heat sink.

I then clipped the leads to the TEC unit, cut away the blobs of hot melt glue, and disassembled the cooling module. I took the TEC device and hooked it back up, making sure it had voltage to it. After awhile, both sides just felt slightly warm so I knew it was bad.

Got on line and ordered 4 (to have spares) TEC1-12703 coolers. I have thermal grease. When the parts come, I will re-assemble and should be good to go.

I don't know what blows the TEC devices, they should be very robust. Maybe Haier got a bad bunch of them, I read almost all bad reviews on these wine coolers.

on Apr 03, 2010 | Haier HVTB40DPABS Wine Cooler

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Ice on the back wall; temperature went from 58 degrees to 34 degrees; had to shut off regrigerator


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Wine cabinets work off of cycle defrost, so in order to built frost your temperature sensors are not working properly. I would look for corrosion on or in connections to be the fault or problem. Sensors report information to control unit and thats there only job. Its the control unit that dictates function. Look for corrosion to be the problem, clean connection and seal with RTV when connection a corrected.
Good Luck

Sep 10, 2011 | Transtherm Ermitage Wine Cooler

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Power surge caused wine cooler to quit cooling


Power surges, spike and brown-outs are a nemesis to small refrigeration units. The capacitor for the compressor likey was affected and possibly the start components in general, especially if the unit was operating when the surge occured.

Jul 20, 2010 | Haier BC112G Wine Cooler

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The Whisperkool 4200 unit is no longer cooling the wine room. The digital display is jumbled and will not reset when unplugged. The fan runs constantly but the wine room is only be cooled to 64 degrees. I...


Version:1.0 StartHTML:0000000149 EndHTML:0000001329 StartFragment:0000000199 EndFragment:0000001295 StartSelection:0000000199 EndSelection:0000001295 All WhisperKOOL units come with a 2 year parts and labor warranty with a 5 year warranty on the compressor. During the warranty period, if the unit fails a replacement unit is sent at no cost to you. If your unit fails after this period we offer a Consumer Care Program to give the customer a chance to get a new unit at a deep discount. In many cases, the failing unit has been misapplied and the correct unit for the installation is sought after during the replacement process. Our customer service department is trained extensively, with live customer service representation with a streamlined process for not only helping with the products, but also assisting in identifying any limitations to the installation or ventilation of the cooling unit.
If a repairing the unit is the decided route, call WhisperKOOL directly at 1-800-343-9463 and parts can be ordered depending on availability. A knowledgeable HVAC Professional should perform any repairs due to the refrigeration system.

Jun 30, 2010 | Vinotheque Whisperkool 4200 Wine Cooling...

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I have a Haier Model BD00T0E0200 that is getting power, the compressor is warm to the touch, is clicking occasionally, but does not cool. Any suggestions?


Hi and welcome to Fixya. I am Kelly

First of all unplug the unit for at least 30 minutes and let the compressor cool off. That clicking your hearing is the "KliXon" thermal overload trying to protect the compressor because it is not starting.

Failure of a compressor to start can be caused by several things.

1. A bad PTC Relay / KliXon mounted on the compressor
2. A bad run capacitor
3 The bad news... a LOCKED rotor in the compressor.

There is one other possibility and that is that the power cord plug is not making good contact with the wall outlet terminals. (very rare that this happens)

Just make sure to unplug the unit for at least 30 minutes. Use a fan for cooling the compressor if you can by just pointing it toward rhe area of the compressor. After 30 minutes plug the unit back in and cross your fingers...... If it starts your in luck... If not then your going to need to service the unit.

Again thanks for using Fixya and if you need further assistance just reply here. We get notified of all responses. Kelly

Feb 07, 2010 | Haier BC112G Wine Cooler

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Wine cooler (uline) not cooling, previously had thermostat replaced


Make sure that you have enough air flow around the unit and that the grill on the bottom is clean and free of dust/pet hair ect..also take into consideration of the location of the unit... make sure it is not next to a heated appliance like a dishwasher or range. and remember that it is not a frig it is a wine cooler so it will not get really cold.... if it has a glass front make sure it is not sitting in direct sunlight for extend periods of time as this will cause the unit to run excessively. I hope this helps.. I hate warm wine..

Nov 11, 2009 | Refrigerators

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No longer cools.


This refrigeration system may be under extended warranty.
Otherwise check the compressor start relay for loose or burned contacts.

Mar 08, 2009 | Avanti WC494D Compact Wine Cooler Beverage...

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Unit not running (cooling)


feel the motor and see if warm. if so and not cooling then that is where problem is. more likely is the thermostat. (ignore earth wire to stat). this can be 2 or 3 wire usually. short together and see if compressor starts up. if so thermostat is at fault.

Apr 24, 2007 | U-Line 75WC Wine Cooler

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