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True Freezer Running Too Cold

Yesterday, my True Freezer (T-23FG) started running incredibly cold, dropping to -40 degrees. I've adjusted the temp dial to the warmest setting, but it won't warm up. Any thoughts?

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  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    I have GDM49 cooler and recently it became so cold that bottles broke and made mess so we adjusted thermostat but then it became too warm. Ever since that we are trying to make it so it maintains temp at certain degrees but it becomes too cold or too warm at very slightest turn I mean like couple of hailines. What could be wrong here?
    thank you

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Thermostat is stuck closed, if not compressor relay is stuck closed, if not then the defrost timer is stuck closed. test the components in that order.

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

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