Question about Danby DKC646BLS Full Size / Pony Beer Keg Cooler
I have a Danby kegerator that makes a loud humming noise for a few moniutes at a time and the temperature control doesn't allow me to contol the temperature. Any ideas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: There's a loud humming in
Your symptoms are classic. What you are hearing is the starter relay trying to start a warm/hot compressor by supplying it with an extra jolt of electricity, but because of the faulty compressor (or if you are lucky a faulty relay) that's warm (cool ones start more easily often) is refusing to budge into motion and compress the freon. When it doesn't run, the fridge and freezer don't cool.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
you may report the problem of taste of beer the store where bought it , byu the when it new smell strange but it better clean in second time by flushing of water before you attache the beer tank, for the time the fume of rubber connection still inside on that machine , (in purified water need to back wash in order to make a purified water good taste and clean, ) the term use of that machine is "flushing " .
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
You said ,Top half of Danby DKC645BLS refrigerator 10 degrees warmer than bottom half. Bottom half cooling to approx. 34 degrees.
Is it running all the time without cycling off and on as it should be doing?
Sorry to have to tell you this news.
But this would mean a bad thermostat or insufficient freon in the cooling system.
The same issue with the fact that one compartment is warm and the other is cool!
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Posted on Oct 19, 2008
There is a check valve inside the coupler of the danby kegs that cause this problem. The valve is mainly there to prevent beer from back-flowing when changing the keg. Next time you change your keg check for a little black plastic retainer and also a small white plastic ball inside the coupler. Remove those (or just smell it) and you should notice that this is the taste/smell your beer has. I removed mine after this discovery, and there isn't any issues with the taste/smell since. I've heard this is a common issue with the Danby D coupler systems. Also, you won't have any issues with beer backflow when you change the keg, provided the line going to the tap is empty (which usually is if keg is kicked).
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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