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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.

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MY 1991 740 Volvo Regina 4dr non turbo, has had the fuel pump and relay changed and the fuse #11 power wire is dead. Is there a fusible link and if so, can you tell me where it is located? Fuse #1 works...


Fusible links are either by the battery or down by the starter. But if everything else is working, this is not the problem You have a bad connection(pull the fuse and reinsert it or a broken wire). Most wires break close the the plugs.

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12v Powerpoints (auxiliary Powerpoints) in my 2013 Ford Edge are not working. I have a total of 3 and none are working. Checked the fuses and they seemed fine, but I still changed them and they still don't...


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Installing a temporary horn button


IF this is really just temporary, locate the wire going to the horn(s)
Find where you`re going to get the +12V feed, direct from the battery, cigarette lighter, spare hot terminal at fuseblock. any place that`s hot with the key switch off.
Connect one wire of the inline fuse holder to the +12V source you have selected.
If you don`t know for sure that the horn(s) are OK run a wire from the other side of the fuse holder to the horn feed, and connect temporarily, it should honk.
If all is well there run that fused wire to one side of your switch and the other side to the horns.
That`s it.

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Ok thx my this question is about my f150 91 ford truck park lights don't work. Like the break lights work fine but lights don't come on at night and also my ashtray plug in isn't working and the dash


Have you checked all our fuses with a test light? Most of the time running lights and your cigarette Lighter are on the same fuse that would result in break lights working and running lights not. Check all fuses first. It will most likely be labeled as cigarette lighter or 12v acc or could be drl or just as tail lights

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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

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2006 chevy 2500 HD the trailer breaks don't work


the braking system is not installed a the factory just the wire from the plug to the fire wall you need to add the fuse and control box

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