Question about Furniture
It is only 3 years old
First off, this is high voltage, do not attempt to repair this if you have not worked with 120 or 240 volts!
It may be the temperature control thermostat or the compressor. You will need a volt meter or a test lamp that is rated for the voltage your wing cooler uses. Check the voltage at the compressor (you might have to open a junction panel or box to gain access). If no voltage, unplug your cooler and check with a low voltage battery powered continuity lamp that the temperature control thermostat is at fault by turning it to the coldest setting. Connect the tester across the thermostat and if it does not light the thermostat is at fault.
I hope this helps you!
Posted on Mar 26, 2014
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