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If it doesn't respond to the adjustment on the temperature control I would think it has an improper refrigerant charge. You need to remove the existing charge and weigh in the new charge. It has to be exact for the temp control to respond and sense properly. Some times when the refrigerator is slowly losing its charge from a leak you will have long running times and the refrigerator will get too cold and then suddenly wont cool at all. Check the condenser to make sure that its plenty clean. An overheated system will cause long run time. Temp controls don't generally fail and I would be slow to just change it without looking the system over good for leaks. You may have to call someone in to check it out. Hope this helps and good luck.
Put a thermometer inside the refrigerator and once you get a stable reading turn the dial one number at a time. Give the refrigerator time to adjust, say 3 cycles before you check the temperature again. Keep doing this until you reach 35 to 37 degrees f. Hope this helps and good luck.
Sounds like you are letting the refrigerator sit in an unheated space at night. Those refrigerators have minimum temperature ratings as well as maximum temps. True Mfg. Can be more specific but I say not under 60deg F. Good luck hope this helps.
True's T-49G is not equipped with a defrost timer as it is a medium temp unit, so I would suspect the temperature control may be defective. Part #800393 is commonly used for the True T-49G, though it's best to check verify with model number and serial number. It could also be as simple as adjusting the temperature dial a little bit. The target temperature range is around 36 degrees Fahrenheit.
it is just a temp control, look real good at the control and see if you can see any holes in it that might have a small screw that can be turned. Maybe an in and out, you may be able to adjust it this way. let me know.
your cold-control that you adjust has gone out,be it dial adjust or electronic unplug the dial one and see it will shut down,be careful on unplugging on an electronically controlled unit as you can ruin the control board if not powered down before board is unplugged
If I am not mistaken, the True line-up of coolers have a temp control on them that is labeled 0-9.
This particular type of temp control is a coil temp control. I measures the temperature of the coil rather than air temperature.
Always set the control to the warmest setting and move it colder by one number at a time until your product reaches and holds designed temp. Do not go by cooler air temperature as there will be a great swing in temp especially if the doors are used frequently. Always temp the product. In the case of beer, your ideal holding temp is between 35-38°.
If you set the temp control to the warmest setting and the cooler is still freezing product, you will need to have the cooler serviced be a refrigeration tech. It will most likely be a bad control but there may be underlying problems.
Fridge should be around 35 degrees F.
The fridge gets its cold air from the freezer through a vent(damper)
between the freezer and fridge.The fan in the freezer blows air through it.
Make sure this fan is running. You may have to hold the door switch in for it
to run. There is a flap you adjust with
the fridge temp. control. Make sure it's opening and closing when you adjust
the fridge temp. The problem could be the electronic control if
you have one or the mechanical linkages.