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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
has the cellar ever worked right in your home? These small refrigeration units basically move heat from a conditioned space to another space that is not objectionable such as your home where your central air system then moves the btu's. This being said, the cellar has a ventilation system that must pull in room air and push out the box air. these vents must be clean and clear of obstrucions to ensure proper performance by the equipment
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
if the unit was left unused for 4 years chances are its way passed its sell by date,but if you switch it on and it works/was cheap to buy,then what the hell......
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Vintage Keeper
Have it checked on how much refrigerant yo have left before deciding on the purchase of a new unit or recharging it. The cost may be far and from there you can decide on which is more practical. It may also just be a faulty thermostat.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
SOURCE: I have a vintage keeper
Just a follow up question about your concern, does your refrigerator is not cooling properly and not getting cold at all?
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Posted on May 05, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Vintage Keeper
The problem lies in the thermoelectric cooling module.This part should be replaced. Finding this part on ebay can be done by searching for "thermoelectric cooler". If the exact part cannot be found, then any similar part that's 40mm x 40mm in size, and 51 to 69 watts should do fine.
To replace the part you must remove the back panel from your Wine cellar. You will see 2 big fans attached to two large heat sinks. (If a heat sink on the back does not feel warm to the touch, the the other side is obviously not cooling, which means that zone is broken.) Remove the screws from the fan and the heat sink of the zone that is not cooling, and while holding the heat sink, pull the whole cooling assembly for that zone out. Dont be alarmed if you feel some insulating foam separating as you pull it out, its a tight fit so that is to be expected.
Once you have the cooling assembly out of the fridge, take it apart and you will see the square ceramic cooling module inside. (REMEMBER which way the module was oriented before you remove it, so you know how to put the new one in.) Clip the red and black wires near the module and remove it from the assembly. DON'T wipe away any of the white thermal grease left behind on the heat sinks. If you have any extra thermal grease handy (available at Best Buy, or online at sites like newegg), apply an extra pea-sized dab to both sides of the new module. Put the assembly back together and splice the wires from the new module to the loose wires left behind going into the back of the Wine cellar. Mount everything back in place as before, close up the back, and youre done!
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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