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Danby Wine cooler runs and runs

My Danby Wine coller runs and runs but does not cycle off when the proper temp is reached. Thermostat? How do I check and repair? I"m curious if this is easy enough to accomplish. Thanks!

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  • Yerigan Apr 12, 2008

    How would I replace, where do I look on the unit? Any suggestions for where to find parts? Would this be the thermostat?

  • Anonymous May 01, 2008

    My compresssor will not shut off. Where is the thermostat for the lower part of the cooler?

    How do you replace it?

  • Anonymous May 01, 2008

    My compressor will not stop running.

    Where is the thormostat for the lower part of the cooler? How do you replace it?

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Not hard to replace but you are correct if it is not cycling off at the temp you want it to then the temp control is the problem

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http://www.danby.com/cms/products/en_manual/DWC283BLS_%28web%29.pdf

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