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U-Line BC75DT Beer Cooler

I have a U-Line BC75DT beer dispenser. It is keeping a temp of 40F right now. The thermostat shows a setting of 9.0 as coldest but the knob only goes to 6.5. I pulled the knob off, it is pin indexed so it only goes on one way. I tried to turn the metal pin under the plastic knob but it won't go any farther either. The compresser is drawing 1.7 amps when it's running. It kicks in about every 10-15 mins for a couple minutes. I checked the condensor and cleaned it, it had a liitle dust, not much though. Is there a trick to turning this thing colder. I'm sure if it ran more it would get much colder. Any ideas??

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If the fans work and the thing is cooling, make sure you have a sealed conditioned space, and that should do it. If the gas had leaked out, it wouldn't work at all. Don't mess with the compressor if it's running, at least exhaust the other possibilities first. Just put a good faith effort into being certain the entire conditioned space is thoroughly sealed. I recently did one of this exact same model; due to water damage, the seal was open for about 3" on the top edge of the door. I added a lever latch to pull the door home that last tiny bit, achieving a perfect door seal every time. Also: where the wiring harness passes through to the compressor compartment needs to be insulated/sealed, and this is no minor thing because all the heat that is removed from the keg is released into said vented compartment. Once your certain of a sealed space, put a pitcher of hot tap water in there with the thermostat turned all the way down...forget the dial, just forget that...and with the door left closed, in a room-temp room, it should cause ice to form at the top of the pitcher in about 12-24 hrs. Achieve this, you've achieved a successful functionality-based restoration. Continue to the point of making it shiny and pretty all over, you've done a FULL restore.

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    If the fans work and the thing is cooling, make sure you have a sealed conditioned space, and that should do it. If the gas had leaked out, it wouldn't work at all. Don't mess with the compressor if it's running, at least exhaust the other possibilities first. Just put a good faith effort into being certain the entire conditioned space is thoroughly sealed. I recently did one of this exact same model; due to water damage, the seal was open for about 3" on the top edge of the door. I added a lever latch to pull the door home that last tiny bit, achieving a perfect door seal every time. Also: where the wiring harness passes through to the compressor compartment needs to be insulated/sealed, and this is no minor thing because all the heat that is removed from the keg is released into said vented compartment. Once your certain of a sealed space, put a pitcher of hot tap water in there with the thermostat turned all the way down...forget the dial, just forget that...and with the door left closed, in a room-temp room, it should cause ice to form at the top of the pitcher in about 12-24 hrs. Achieve this, you've achieved a successful functionality-based restoration. Continue to the point of making it shiny and pretty all over, you've done a FULL restore.

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