Question about True TD-95-38-LT Beverage Cooler
Not good! The thermostat only supplies power to the compressor section, so a breaker tripping is a sign of a 'dead' short to that area. If lucky, it just an exposed wire or terminal connection damaged in that area, but rarely the cause. More likely is compressor mtr "locked rotor", or stuck "potential" start relay holding the mtr circuit in hi-amp load, or shorted internal motor winding's. The condensor fan can also short closed, but is rare due to it's design. I have to assume the electic breaker suppling that circuit is not failing, as cause?
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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