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SOURCE: thermoelectric plate does not appear to transfer heat

you should see if theres a DC voltage going to the plate or not. it should noticeably heat up instantly with proper voltage applied. if power is there and it doesnt heat then the thermoelectric device needs to be replaced. also you should be able to measure a resistance of the plate. Should not be shorted or open. it should be a relatively low resistance. like a few ohms. and it may read different depending on which direction you connect the leads.

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Plugs in but wont turn on


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Does a thermoelectric wine cooler have a ventilation system?


Absolutely, every wine cooling system has to have a ventilation system that will channel the heat generated in the operation, outside of the unit, including the thermoelectric wine cooler.

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Why should I buy a thermoelectric wine cooler as opposed to a compressor model?


There are many reasons to purchase a thermoelectric cooler including, but not limited to, being quiet and eco-friendly. Personally, I prefer thermoelectric coolers because they don't vibrate. The vibration of a compressor cooling system can cause the sediments in the wine to be disturbed and affect the flavor/taste of the wine.

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My cuisinart wbc-1200 turns on and works but does not cool. how can i fix it?


I have the same problem. Fans worked fine. I took it apart and found bad thermoelectric cooling disk. Bought replacement on Ebay for $6.

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The system will not cool and want to replace the refrigeration parts, all else seams to be working fine


I have a Cuisinart Model CWC900 wine cooler that stopped cooling -- the cooling module is bad.

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1. First remove the filler plugs from the screw access holes. I did this by tapping the plug off center with a small screwdriver and a small hammer. The plugs popped right out.

2. Use a #10 Torx driver to remove the screws from the holes.

3. The chip on my cooler was a TEC1-12708 made by HB. The part # was on the chip. I found the chip information by doing a Google search on the part #.

4. I found a replacement chip from Custom Thermoelectric. The part # to replace the chip in my cooler was P/N 12711-5L31-09CQ. Cost is about $20. You should specify that the chips that you order should be 'Sealed'. The lady that I spoke with said that the chips last about two years. The people at Thermoelectric were very helpful and appeared to be very knowledgeable.

5. You should apply heat-sink grease to both sides of the chip before installing the chip.

I hope that this helps.

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Thermoelectric plate does not appear to transfer heat


you should see if theres a DC voltage going to the plate or not. it should noticeably heat up instantly with proper voltage applied. if power is there and it doesnt heat then the thermoelectric device needs to be replaced. also you should be able to measure a resistance of the plate. Should not be shorted or open. it should be a relatively low resistance. like a few ohms. and it may read different depending on which direction you connect the leads.

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