Question about Danby DWC283BLS Wine Cooler
We have a 30 bottle Danby wine cooler (DWC283BLS), about 2 years old. The cooler seems to be doing perfect at keeping the temperatures in both compartments. However, there seems to be a persistent hum of what I am thinking could be the compressor running non stop, 24 hrs a day. We can't recall it running so persistently. I did try unplugging the cooler for about an hour and plugging it back in to see if it would in essence reset itself. No change in performance however, I still hear some motor running and running.
I assume that when desired temperatures are reached everything should shut down and be quiet. Does that sound right or has there always been something running quietly in the background even after the desired temperatures are achieved and it is just now getting to making a persistent noise that we can hear as it gets older? Thanks for any insights.
These units have a condensor cooling fan in the rear it appears that yours may be seized up.
Posted on Nov 11, 2007
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