Question about Refrigerators
Should be a metal tag on bottom front look with the doors open.if not the tag will be on the back panel.
Posted on May 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: bev air cooler
Bill, the main reason I've noticed for higher than normal temps in these boxes is filthy condenser coils (this will affect pressures in your sealed system). Remove the front lower panel and inspect your coils. Use a coil brush or a dust broom to thoroughly clean them up, don't use water. You can also pick up some condenser coil cleaner in a spray can from your local appliance parts store, but it's not necessary (the fumes are strong and may be objectionable to your customers... it gets 'em really clean, though!) After cleaning the coils, allow 24 hours for temps to stabilize. If they don't, here is a site for Beverage-Air, contact your local servicer with you exact model and serial number for pressure specifications. http://www.beverage-air.com/technical.service.html Hope this helps! Let us know, will ya?
Posted on Aug 13, 2007
Refrigerators can last over 20 years, but more recent ones are giving faults at around 8 years.
You can sometimes tell by the control system and display. LCD are the most recent, then green LED, older is Red LED, and older still is fewer and fewer lights, then mechanical thermostats.
They used the electronics available at the time - so compare this to other household appliances like videos.
Next is the brand. Good brands tend to outlast others 2x - 5x, and spares are easily available.
If it is a large unit, it may be cost effective to have an engineer replace the compressor or service it rather than scrap it, and just judge the price of parts vs a new (cheaper quality) unit.
Usually the older the unit is, the more reliable it is thesedays.
Hope this helps with your decision.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
the freon system is a sealed system. If you are adding freon, there is a leak. have the leak repaired and this should resolve the issue. Freon should not need filling but one time and only after the leak is located and repaired.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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