Question about Coleman Electric Cooler 40 Beverage Cooler
My cooler doesn't keep things cold
The most common problem is that one or both cooling fans has failed. If you have the newer version, you can get replacement fans anywhere computer parts are sold
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
If the cooler isn't capable of cooling down at all then it's possible that one or more cooling fans have died.
Take an air compressor or can of compressed CO2 and blow out the ducts on the back or bottom of the cooler removing as much dust as possible.
It's fairly easy to replace the fan motors but prior to replacing the motor(s) make sure that they are actually burnt out by watching the fan as the cooler is turned on, if they don't move you need to replace the motors.
Replacement Coleman Fan Motor
You wire the replacement motor in place of the old burnt out motor, when doing this ensure that you keep the cooler unplugged!!
Posted on Feb 03, 2012
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