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Inside fans not running

The inside fan unit in the top is not running. The compressor is running in the bottome and one of its 2 fans are running. The temperature is dropping. The inside light is on. Some condensation is beginning to form in the clear drain tupe inside the unit. We just moved this unit from a restaraunt where is was actively working 2 days ago.

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Thank you for the help. It turns out that the compressor needs both fans running; one was seized up and started after a gentle persuasion. The condensor fans come on after the freezer gets below 54 degrees. All was well except the temp was dropping very slowly due to one compressor fan not spinning.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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