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Beverage Air refrig was cooling one day and at 80 the next, turned temp off and on several times and it worked again for one day and then went back to 80+ unit is 1 1/2 years old

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  • kilowat3 Mar 01, 2008

    cooler is working fine one day and not cooling at all the next day. Seems as the compressor is clicking on but not cooling.

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1. check for dirty condenser sometimes if its dirty enough, it'll trip the compressor.
2. if condenser is dirty, well pull out the old garden hose and hose down the condenser (turn off unit first!)(i don't want any accidents... je je je)

if you did step 2 and nothing yet, suspect faulty relay/ overload/ start capacitor failure (relay and start capacitors fail more often then the overload.

hope to he of some help today.

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