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I have an igloo kool mate 36 my power cords are good and fan runs .But it will not get cool i have no idea what could be wrong with it does any one elese

My e mail is smellybelly447@gmail.com the cooler has no compressor or freeon electric flows though a certain meatal and causes cold or heat and fan circulates it should be simple tech thank you tim thomas

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SOURCE: Kool Mate 40 Cord melt down

The unit itself is the problem. You should call coleman customer service and tell them you have been haveing this problem from the start and ask to talk to a manager. Tell them that the cord has been replaced numerous and that you checkd voltage and this is fine. You want a new unit because it has been happening since you bought it and all the keep sending is the cord. Tell them if anythig bad happens pertaining to safety issues that you don,t want to call the better bussiness office and that they will be responsible for any damage done due to a faulty unit. Be professional about it and I am sure they will help you.

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SOURCE: The 5640 Coleman cooler motor runs, but unit does not cool.

This is a thermoelectric (TE) cooler. There is no gas' to replace in it's cooling system. It is possible the thermoelectric coupler has gone bad. Unfortunately Coleman does not seem to offer a replacement part. If you Google thermoelectric couplers, maybe you can find something on the web. Good Luck.

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SOURCE: fan blower coleman electric cooler

The fan should blow air into the heat sink. The warm air exits the heat sink at both ends. (It might work the other way, haven't tried it.)

When you have ice in your cooler, you know the thermo-electric element is working well--it's below freezing!

Ice builds up because there is water in the cooler. For example, in humid weather, you open the cooler, some humid air gets in, and the cooler temperature condenses the water. You have to empty this water, either by tipping the cooler, or using a sponge.

You can easily defrost the cooler by unplugging it for an hour or so. You know it's time to defrost when you hear the fan blades making a racket because they're hitting something--a thick buildup of ice.


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SOURCE: Coleman 12-volt cooler stoped working/fan burned out

Sound like you have the newer version. These fans can be found at Radio Shack or anywhere computer parts are sold. It doesnt have to be an exact replacement. Just big enough to fit over the Cooling fins. Also make sure it's a 12 volt motor

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SOURCE: My coleman electric cooler model

For that to happen the electronic component that causes to cool the container already defective. It need to be replace with similar parts.
You can fix it, if you have some knowledge in electronic or electrical, know how to test of component parts, able to use test instruments.
If you don't have such knowledge, call a service technician to do that.
Good luck.

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