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My wine cooler WC-08 Model keeps blowing fuse need to replace circuit board want to know if available

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Why is it not cooling?


Your wine cooler problem could be caused by any number of things ranging from a bad thermistor (temp. sensor), loss of refrigerant in the compressor (leak), a failed thermocouple, bad circuit board, etc.. I would recommend having a reputable appliance repair shop look at it. Repair parts are available through Sears Parts Direct. If the repair shop estimate is over $300 - $400, you're probably better off just replacing it with a new one; unless you're particularly enamoured of this particular model for some reason. Good luck.

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Edgestar wine cooler blowing fuse on the left side circuit board


If you have replaced the circuit boards it's probably associated with a wiring short circuit or compressor failure. Suggest you get a professional technician to further investigate the fault. In the interim check for a short to the frame of the unit, an internal light or for moisture issues or a condensation issue from water.

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Magic Chef Wine Cooler Model #MCWC50DBT will not hold correct temperature. Temps fluctuate between about 45 to often 70 degrees F. Also, often get an "EEF" error message.


Mr. Lindquist: We are experiencing essentially the same problem. Have tried replacing the temperature control board without change. Would be interested to know if you get a solution.

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Cuisineart CWC-600 wine cooler no power


Yup you bet, all you need to do is connect a $15 temperature control you can get from any appliance store, fix it to the back of the machine and find a way to ge the probe into the fridge, wire it In series with the compresser and bang you have a working cooler. If you need more info just let me know Good luck

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6 bottle unit model cwc-600 died after 6 months. Acts like it isn't plugged in or a blown fuse. But no fuse!


The fuse is on the circuit board, behind the rear cover. It's a 2.5 ampere metric fuse. These boards are very voltage spike sensitive, and chances are you need a new board, as the rectifier diodes in the switching power supply blow and short out easily. If you get a new board, use a voltage spike power strip to protect it.

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Wine cooler FWC20T is not working , purchased 4/2009


Mike, what I would do is get a stick of dynamite( not really) Go to an appliance parts house with the model and serial # of the unit. You may still be able to purchase the board in question from them. If they can't help you I would find a store that sells wine coolers and ask them. Unless the company you bought this cooler from had a patent on the circuit board then they are mostly generic. You may have to wire the board up a little different but the new board's information paperwork will tell you the wiring diagram for the unit.
Good luck hope this helped you in some way

Dave

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Oster wine cooler fuse


I just replaced mine with a "Slo Blow" and it is working just fine. Got it at Radio Shack , 4 for approximately $3.

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Danby wine cooler repair


call Danby at 800 263 2629, you can order parts from them

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Fans not working


I had the same problem as other bloggers--temp would not decrease and fan did not run. . . as suggested by others, I replaced the 5A heat-shrink wrapped fuse in upper left corner of circuit board (fuse is covered in black heat shrink wrap and is in a U-shape). I unsoldered the two ends of the fuse on the circuit board (be sure you locate the correct two holes) and then replaced it with two parts from Radio Shack--a 5x20mm Inline Fuse Holder rated at 250V AC, 5A (part # 270-1238) and used a 6.3A slow-blow 250V fuse (part # 270-1066). Now the wine Refir works great!

To replace the part take all the screws off the sheet metal covering on the back of the refrigerator. Remove the circuit board from the plastic holder. I left all the wires plugged in and just unsoldered the fuse with the circuit board still connected--but to solder you will need an extra pair of hands to hold the board while you solder.

If you don't have it, get some silver solder while at Radio Shack and a thin, needle-point soldering iron tip. Radio shack has 30W soldering irons for less than $10. You really don't need soldering experience--just a steady hand. Even if you have none of these parts your total outlay at RadioShack is less than $25 for everything.

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Haier BC112G Wine Cooler Beeping and overcooling


That thing that's beeping...it is the circuit board. It is telling you that it wants a new cousin to live in your house. Replace it.

Oct 28, 2007 | Haier BC112G Wine Cooler

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