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Need to find the lead from the 12v output to the coleman gaz cooler

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Try China. OOOOh u mean lead, not lead! DUH

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I have a CWC 1600 everything works fine on it but it does not get cold. Everything powers on fine and you can adjust the temp up and down but it just does not get cold.


Your Peltier is most likely shot! You can fix it for less than $10 in about 30 minutes.
Take the back of the fridge apart and remove the fan and aluminum heat-sync. Sandwiched in between the heatsync you'll see the Peltier pad with two wires coming off it. That's what you need to replace. The peltier has a make and model number on it. I would recommend ordering the same make and model. The specs should be 12v DC and less than 5amp and 60 watt draw. Your wine cooler's power supply can only output 5amp and 60watt max power. When you install the new Peltier you'll need to spread new thermal compound on both sides of the Peltier. I recommend Artic Silver Ceramique. You can buy this at your local Radio Shack or any computer store where they sell motherboards and CPUs.
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Fan runs but it doesn,t cool


Your Peltier is most likely shot! You can fix it for less than $10 in about 30 minutes.
Take the back of the fridge apart and remove the fan and aluminum heat-sync. Sandwiched in between the heatsync you'll see the Peltier pad with two wires coming off it. That's what you need to replace. The peltier has a make and model number on it. I would recommend ordering the same make and model. The specs should be 12v DC and less than 5amp and 60 watt draw. Your wine cooler's power supply can only output 5amp and 60watt max power. When you install the new Peltier you'll need to spread new thermal compound on both sides of the Peltier. I recommend Artic Silver Ceramique. You can buy this at your local Radio Shack or any computer store where they sell motherboards and CPUs.
Ceramique Thermal Compound

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Power supply failing on Cuisinart CWC 1600 cooler


The hayni made in china internal power supply has faulty transformers on it that fail within anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. Solution. Remove the back panel, take out the internal power supply and replace it with another compatible AC 120v to 12v DC 5amp power supply. Often laptop power adapters will work. I used this one: 60w-12v-5A-AC-DC-Power-Adapter from the website mini-box and it only cost 15 dollars. The peltier pad draws upwards of 5amps, but the rest of the system is super lower power. Now my wine cooler is more energy efficient and and will run for at least 5-10 years. This power supply replacement takes about 20 minutes. You need: philips screw driver, wire cutter and stripper, two 16 guage wire nuts. That's it.
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Does not get cold,compressor gets hot.


The condensor can be full of dirt ( the coil in the back or under the cooler) or you a have a leak of gaz

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RF-1011-12V PLUG IN 12V DC (POWER IS GOOD) AND NOTHING HAPPENS. NO LIGHTS OR FAN. I CAN NOT FIND MY OWNERS MANUAL. CAN YOU ADVISE? THANKS DAVE

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My Cuisinart CWC1600 Wine Cooler has stopped running. Any thoughts. Thanks


The hayni made in china internal power supply has faulty tranformers on it that fail within anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. Solution. Remove the back panel, take out the internal power supply and replace it with another compatible AC 120v to 12v DC 5amp power supply. Often laptop power adapters will work. I used this one: 60w-12v-5A-AC-DC-Power-Adapter from the website mini-box and it only cost 15 dollars. The peltier pad draws upwards of 5amps, but the rest of the system is super lower power. Now my wine cooler is more energy efficient and and will run for at least 5-10 years. This power supply replacement takes about 20 minutes. You need: philips screw driver, wire cutter and stripper, two 16 guage wire nuts. That's it.
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Coleman portable model 5640 cooler cord


Jo Ann,

You can google "coleman 5640" and quite a few websites will come up that offer repair parts and the cord is one of them. There are only three parts that you can still buy for that model cooler. The cord, the motor, and the removable tray. Hope this helps.

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WE HAVE A COLEMAN 5640 PORTABLE FRIDGE. WE HAVE ONLY USED IT TWICE, AND JUST GOT IT OUT FOR A WEEKEND TRIP(TO PUT INSULIN IN)BUT IT ONLY HEATS UP, NOT COOL. ANY IDEAS? wE HAVE BOTH THE CAR ADAPTER AND...


I bought one but it was missing the cord, so I hooked it to the benchtop supply. I found out if you place positive to the red terminal/grey wires under the outside cover and negative to the blue/black wires it cools. With a DPDT switch and a couple of LEDs you could wire it so you dont need that special coleman cord, any lighter cord will work provided it can handle about 6 amps, I recommend 12 to 14 gauge wire and a 6 amp fuse.

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Coleman 5640 cooler


The cover on the inside just pulls off. Inside/Outside fans pull off. 2 screws to dismount motor. Unscrew leads to terminal. Most truckstops carry the motor, otherwise search for Colman 5640.

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Thermoking


This system uses in conjunction with the transformers a rectifier which converts the High AC current voltage (220V-AC) to a Low AC current voltage (12V-AC) and then the rectifier converts that energy into the D/C current (12V DC). The two diffrent 12V power sources are controlled, operated by a "electric" relay, via a roadside or electric selector switch. DS_TK TECH

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