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The problem is that its inner temperature is set to 14 or less degC but the actual temperature as measured and shown is 19.

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  • hannashaffer Sep 04, 2009

    I did it already but it does not solve the problem. It seems that the problem is in the temperature control system.

  • hannashaffer Sep 05, 2009

    The unit model is NUVO 110 and it is 5 years old. It is located in a big basement where the temperature is about 23 degC. The condenser screen is clean, and the door sealing is tight (tested with a sheet of paper). the problem started on June. Is there any idea how can I check the controller? (I already took it out and visually inspected it but with no results)

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How old is the unit? How long has it been doing this? Do you have a complete model number?

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    James Hilton Sep 05, 2009

    Check the coils and make sure they are clean. If they are, you will need a temp control.

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There are many things that can affect the temperature. Usually, it's the one that most people overlook, the door seals. Take a dollar bill and put it in between the door & the unit. Shut the door, wait 5 seconds and then slowly, pull it out. Do this, the whole way around the door. There should be some resistance. If not, the seals need to be replaced. I just replaced the seals of my unit and it's now like a new unit.

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