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How to remove fuse from Coleman thermoelectric cooler

I know the fuse is in the 12V plug but can't see how to access and don't want to break it.

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Unscrew the chrome circle at the tip and it will come out.

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SOURCE: coleman thermoelectric cooler not cooling

Sounds like the Peltier effect elements have failed.


http://www.tetech.com/Peltier-Thermoelectric-Cooler-Modules.html


Depending on your handyman skills, you can change them yourself or have someone troubleshoot and change them.

Posted on Sep 17, 2012

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I have recently bought a 40 qrt coleman eletric cooler. Has it one da y and dc plug stopped working. Replaced fuse, and checkes all volt outlets in truck as well as fuses in fuse panel they all work.


Did you accedently or spark power wires? These have a tendency to blow the diode if that happens. Also check fuse in plug of cooler. Take it apart an look sometimes the wires break.

Jan 11, 2015 | Coleman 40 Quart Powerchill...

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Coleman thermoelectric cooler not cooling


Sounds like the Peltier effect elements have failed.


http://www.tetech.com/Peltier-Thermoelectric-Cooler-Modules.html


Depending on your handyman skills, you can change them yourself or have someone troubleshoot and change them.

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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 coleman electric cooler fan is noisy


try adding a small drip of oil on fan shaft

Jul 16, 2012 | Coleman Thermoelectric Cooler

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Tired to use in the car but it melted the plug, put new plug on cord and it melted it again, I need to know what is wrong with this . is there to much amprage being used by the cooler, what would cause...


souns like a short cirquit of some kind in the cooling electronics maby condens water in electronics compartment due to bad sealing or the power cable check kable for dammaged insulation near the fastening poin to the cabbinet sorry for bad english
knowledge base http://coleman.custhelp.com/
manual and spareparts will be found here http://www.coleman.com/coleman/colemancom/detail.asp?product_id=5644-710&categoryid=8570&brand=

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Looking for a replacement motor for coleman thermoelectric cooler. Where can I look?


You can find the replacement motor here
Replacement Fan Motor For Coleman coolers

You need a set of basic tools including wire crimpers, cutters, soldering iron and solder and shrink wrap tubing.

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Broke the 12v DC plug on our Rubbermaid/Vector Thermoelectric cooler. Can't find a specific replacement plug. Any specific specs I need to look for in a replacement?


A generic plug should work...just be sure to size the fuse correctly to protect the unit. Most thermoelectric units draw about 4 to 5 amps...so a 10 amp fuse usually works.

Dec 09, 2009 | Refrigerators

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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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I HAVE A COLEMAL 40 QUART POWERCHILL COOLER. THE MOTOR BURNED OUT AND I CANT FIND THE RPLACEMENT PART. THE PART IN THE DIAGRAM DOESNT LOOK LKE THE 1 I NEED


Coleman 40 Quart PowerChill Thermoelectric Cooler

What diagram are you looking at? I only see one motor in the unit and it's the only one that Coleman has made for your item.

If all else fails, Coleman has a customer service line that can help, 1-800-835-3278 or you can email them at consumerservice@coleman.com

Hope this helps,

Glenn

Jun 29, 2008 | Coleman Heating & Cooling

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