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Mine keeps turning off on its own? the amp fins are still cold any ideas!

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The fuse is burned? if yes main transformer is burned you need replace. if no capacitors in the supply they are yellow need to replace

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We need the manual for this air conditioner. We have a lot of condensation coming from the internal unit after we switch it off from the cold setting.


there will always be condensation on the fins of the indoor unit as that is the purpose of it
The evaporator condenses the hot moisture of the air in the room as it hits the cold evaporator fins and that water is drained off by a hose to the outside of the house
One way to reduce the condensation to a minimum is to keep the fins clean of the greasy dust that collects as that way the water is running while it is operating and not collecting in the fins

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Food cart kitchen prep cooler icing up and not keeping food cold


To produce cold air, the evaporator needs to be free of ice so that air can flow past the cold fins. Often the thought is to turn the dial and make it colder, but this actually makes it worse as the fins ice up quicker. Turn the unit off until fully defrosted. Turn the temperature knob half way and switch the unit back on. Alter the dial so you achieve a temperature of 4'C. Also putting warm food in the unit will cause condensation on the fins. Also, hot humid weather can do the same.

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Temperature stays at 60 doesn't change even when adjusting thermalstat


Inside cooling coil frosted up? turn to run inside fan only until melted away & restart. Possible reasons for this a)dirty condenser down at the compressor which could be brushed but DON'T bend the fins. b0 refrigerant leaked out thru a existing crack. c)poor compressor pumping ability. d) excessive load of warm air entering the cabinet so the system can not reach the request temperature & shut off the compressor to allow that frost to defrost off the evaporator(inside fins) or the system does get too cold & then frosted to the point & never shuts the compressor off so it can defrost.

Dec 12, 2013 | True TBB-2 Beverage Cooler

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My air-con is not as cold as before. I tried to lower the temperature, but when i try setting the temperature to 18 degrees, the remote just shows 18 degrees for like 5 seconds before going back to 31...


These is because you have not service your air-con for a long time. The cooling fins are clotted with dirt & dusts accumulated for a long period of time, and the water vapour caught between the cooling fins turn into ice when you set lower the temperture for the air-con. Moreover cool air from the blower/fan cannot pass thru', the cooling fins to regulate the cool air into your room.

You have to get the professionals to do a service on your air-con.

Hope it clarify your predicaments.

Jun 15, 2011 | Sanyo Heating & Cooling

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I noticed a couple weeks ago the frig side was not cold enough. Milk spoiling but butter not getting soft. Freezer side seemed to be working ok. Now Ice cream in freezer is getting soft.


How old is the fridge? Most units have a system of tubing attached to metal fins, which is located in the back of the unit. This tubing & fins must be kept clean as dust will accumelate & insulate the freon gas from turning into a liquid.. Another problem is when the motor & compressor does NOT get enough air to cool the tubing & fins. This happens when the refrigerator is located in a closet type atmosphere where the unit is too big to get any air to the rear of the unit. NO spacing on the sides or top. ALSO, the compressor might of died. In this case, if the unit is out of warranty and/or over 7-15 years old, buy another, NOT worth the repair. If still under warranty, call vendor/manufacture.
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Mar 27, 2011 | Refrigerators

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After unit is on several minutes, sound turns to static, crackling noise. Any ideas


I had this same problem, check the power transistors attached to the heat sink near the large caps, they tend to get cold solder joints after lots of heating and cooling. 15 minutes and good soldering iron will probably make a huge difference. I added extra cooling fins to mine to help dissipate the heat. hopefully wont go bad real soon again. Also check the large caps while your in there, maybe a good time.

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I have a Goodman 3.5 ton, CKL42-1 outside unit. It was not cooling properly so I cleaned the fins because the were quite dirty. When I turn the system on it will run fine for about 20 minutes and then the...


how did you clean the fins if you powerwashed the chances are you bent all the fins over so the fan cannot pull in air and is shutting of on overload when it cools down it will come back on then heat up and shutoff again

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is the car looping at idle...if so it could be your head gasket..had to change mine

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Dont want that cold cuz iam already ther


The heater element sensor are open or fuse/ motor ok /flow of air ok heater is the problem.replace fuse or heat sensor if open.

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