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How do i get my condenser fan to stop running. it is cooling fine but won't shut off unless i shut it off.


Are you sure its the condenser fan? The fan is attached to the compressor power and wont run unless the compressor is running. On the other hand the fans inside the cooler will run 24/7 and are designed for continuous duty. If someone has worked on the compressor wiring you may have to re establish the wiring following the wiring diagram. I have seen condenser fans wired in hot areas to run continuously to attempt to cool down a hot compressor or compensate for a worn out or damaged condenser that doesn't get rid of the heat from the system. If that is the case a new condensing unit is probably in your future. Hope this helps good luck.

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Cooler not getting cold


By not hearing anything but the fans I would have to say the compressor is not running. Pull the cover off so you can access the condenser area where the coil and compressor are located. Check the coil and ad make sure it is clean. Then feel the compressor and find out if the compressor is hot. If it is hot and the coil is dirty/dusty I would say it was going off on high head pressure/temperature. Clean the coil and let the unit sit off for a while and then try running it. If it is cool then it may have an issue with the refrigerant or other things like maybe start componenets.

Mar 27, 2014 | True GDM-12 Refrigerator Commercial

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Doesn't get cold


With this small tid bit of information, all I can do is give a few simple things to check. First Check to see if the unit is plugged in. Be sure not to use extension cords as they cause voltage drop and can cause compressor starting problems. Then check the condenser coils. This is where the radiator is with the fan. Be sure this is clean. If none of these are the problem, I suggest a professional technician. Hope this helps

Jun 19, 2011 | True GDM-23 Refrigerator

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L.comTrue model GDM-23 starts and stops(very short cycles10 sec. or so


. Cut everything off for a few minutes then turn it back on and listen for a click from the compressor relay as the compressor tries to start.
Is the compressor motor running.If no check starter/overload relay. The relay is a small usually black cube shaped electrical part plugged into the compressor or wired to it nearby. It may appear burnt or rattle when shaken if it's bad. The two connections should show continuity with an amp meter. If it's good then it's most likely the compressor causing the problem.

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True gdm 26 no longer cooling. Internal tem 80 degrees, Condensor fans running, Coil is not showing any frost or icing. Removed cover and cleaned coil and removed dust and dirt. Went out "all of a...


sounds like the compressor is not running. The condenser fans are located at the compressor. The fans in the conditioned space are the evap fans. A refrig usually does not have any device controlling the evap fans, they are to run 24/7. Freezers have other controls. Start there and let me know if I can help further.

Nov 20, 2010 | True GDM-26 Refrigerator

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TRUE GDM 26 merchandiser has sealed lines to the freeon and cant access. The fan blows warm air and all the lights work. It just doesnt cool.The compressor was cleaned only 2Xs in 3 years.


What do you mean the compressor was cleaned. It sounds to me you need to clean out the condenser coil. free it from all dust and debris. + Does the compressor work and what gas is in the system, does the condenser fan work. I'm assuming that when you say the fan works, it is the evaporator fan inside the cabinet working. You will have access the condenser fan either from the front or rear of the unit. The condenser unit is normally extracted from the rear. it should slide out but take care not to kink any of the pipework.

Apr 17, 2010 | True GDM-26 Refrigerator

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Not cooling


It is more than likely that you are out of a refrigerant called R-22 hopefully that is all it is however the more expensive problem may be the compressor I had a problem with a kenmore refrigerator where the coils on the unit froze up I unplugged it for about 6 hours at room temperature about 70 degrees farenheit and it solved my problem however the general public cannot obtain R-22 you can buy the compressor and install it but the system must be relieved of freon (if any remains) it will save you time which is money when it comes to air conditioning techs the only thing they will have to do is fill the system up with R-22 good luck!

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