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Chambrer WC 601 wine cooler. Unit on and set to 55 F Cooled to 57 then began to rise to 70 Unit ware on to. Fan is running.

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SOURCE: Wine cooler gets too cold (freezes)

Check your thermostat setting, if the setting is ok then something wrong with your thermostat control.

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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SOURCE: Marvel 61WC Wine Cooler

sorry for the delay in response time you definatly have a bad thermistor, not able to stabilze temp so it contionues run never shutting doen freezing everything, who ever repairs it (if they haven already,)make sure they put all 3 new peices in, thermistor, potentiometer, and contol box. all 3 come in one kit, 20 min to install

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

SOURCE: oster 12 bottle wine cooler

I have the same problem. my oster 12 bottle wine cooler was only six months old. the temp of the cooler won't drop. stay at least 80 F and up. Bestbuy don't even carry this product anymore.

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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SOURCE: OSTER WINE COOLER

I followed the advice of Ancient Bob and located the heat shrinked fuse as he described. I removed it from the circuit board using a very small tipped soldering iron and repaced it with an inline fuse holder with about 1" leads(Radio Shack or Auto Parts store) and carefully soldered it in place on the circuit board. This makes a fuse replacement a snap if necessary later..I used a 5A 250V fuse as original. It has been running fine for two weeks now, I think the fuse in question blows if the ambient temperature gets too high in the room-a design defect (my opinion). As Ancient Bob said, the total cost was about six dollars icluding 3 extra fuses. Care must be taken when removing the solder, or resoldering the circuit board. It's not complicated but must not be sloppy. After removing the original fuse I drilled out the circuit board fuse holes (they may fill with solder as a byproduct of removing the fuse) with a tiny drill bit to make the installation of the inline fuse neat and easy. Good Luck

Posted on Oct 03, 2008

SOURCE: U-Line 15WC Wine Cooler Problem

I just had the same problem. Also, I was getting a burning smell. The coil on the unit was blanketed with dust and dog hair. First, I cleaned it all out and tried it. It really didn't do much and I still had the burning smell. I then opened the back and recognized that the fan was not working. Turned out to be really dirty. Cleaned it and no it is working fine.

Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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