Question about True TD-95-38-LT Beverage Cooler
I HAVE A 3 COMPARTMENT COOLER MODEL TD-95-38 AND EVERY 2-3 MONTHS I HAVE ABOUT 1-1 1/2 INCHES OF ICE BUILDING UP AND RUINING MY BEER. HOW CAN I FIX THIS SO THE BEER DOES NOT FREEZE?
Three possible issues : 1st - it gets too cold (need to adjust thermostat; 2nd - drain line clogged (need to clear it somehow); 3rd - low on freon (might have small leak of gas). Hope thats helps.
Posted on Mar 01, 2015
First, dont overstock your beer, good circulation is key. Make sure your condenser coils are clean. Find a happy setting with the help of a thermometer to cool between 35 - 42 degrees. To defrost I put big zipl-loc bags of ice on top of beer. Turn temperature all the way up (the compressor will cut off but the fan will keep running) for a few hours. When the ice is thick i put HOT water in a squirt bottle and spray sections in the ice. Play around with that and see if it works. Hopefully you don't have a bad condenser. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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