Im trying to use this unit as a frigde for soda, water, etc.......i turned the temp dial to the 1 postion so that the unit will not freeze the beverages but it is still freezing the beverages.... is the anything i can do to fix this??????? THANK YOU!!!!!
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Re: true freezer gdm 35f to cold
You just have to change the temperature control. I recommend using a white rodgers part no. 1609-105 set the cut out to about 33 cut in at 38 or 39 you might have to set defrost time to less minutes about 5 or 6 if coils dosent frezze with the setting i gave you. the bulb of the temperature control can be placed on the border dof the difusser.
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first place to look is in the evap where the defrost/ fan delay is located. It is usually attached to the "U" tube on the evap and senses the temp. It prevents circulating warm are after a defrost. It could be bad and keeping the fans from running. Start there and let me know if I can be of further help
Most all commercial freezers have some sort of fan delay/ defrost termination device. Commonly called a "Klixon" (pronounced clicks-on). It is a device that is attached to the evap. It's function is to terminate the defrost cycle when the evap reaches a certain temp, say about 50 degrees or so, to ensure there is no build up of frost/ ice on the evap. It then allows the compressor to run, and cool the evap down to a reasonable temp., say about 20 degrees, and then let the evap fan come on. It prevents overloading the compressor during a high temp condition, and it also prevents circulating warm air left from the defrost cycle. I believe this device is most likely your problem. With no air circulating, the box will no cool down.. I have seen them burn and/or slhort internally. They can come apart. too. I would look here for that problem. the True manufacturing website does not give alot of info on this piece of equipment, such as a wiring diagram but manuals are available.
Check this out and let me know how it comes out.