Question about Vintage Keeper chillR 900
I'm not familiar with this syle of cooler, but I would suspect a relay or contactor ahead of the control board, and if the contacts on it are oxidized, the compressor won't start, or would start intermittently, at best. Look for that part, and try that first. If the compressor has a reset switch, check that, also. It's possible that the compressor is low and has triggered that switch by getting too hot.
Couldn't find any reports of this problem on the net, so can just take an uneducated guess.
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Posted on Sep 08, 2010
This is a Sensor problem usually the thermostat or thermistor itself. Either that or some "Other" sensor is.has failed, and it is this, then, that stops the device from working.
Also I suggest you check you Power Supply. As if there is a fault here, nothing else can be alright.
Unfortunately you have NOT discovered the original fault, the same fault, is why three boards have faulted prior.
Check ALL Voltages. Check ALL Sensors.
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