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Freezes up The cooler freezes up on a regular basis. I have cleaned the coils and had a tech put on a valve and recharged the freon. Still freezes over. Is it the thermostat?

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Hi!!

That sounds about right!! Make sure the thermostat's sensing tip is free of dirt and almost touching the evaporator coil.

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