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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The above will take you to the installation manual for your unit. This is to make sure you have set up the unit to their specs.
There are multiple things that can cause a lack of cooling. Let's cover a few of them.
1: Make sure the condenser coil under the unit is clean. You have to be able to take a flashlight and see light through the coil and fins. Be sure unit is off when cleaning. Use vacuum, compressed air, or a long, stiff bristle brush and go with the fins direction so they do not bend over.
2: The termostat may be set wrong or is not working as designed. Look for the compressor and fan on the condenser to cycle off when temp is met and on when it gets too warm. If unit is running all the time, look for frozen up evap.
3: If evap is frozen up, no air can pass through so no cooling is taking place. Air can not go through a solid block of ice. Clear ice with warm water. Again, make sure unit is off first.
4: Door not sealing or closing all the way. Seal on door should have magnets that help seal them to the door frame.
5: Again, if unit is running all the time, as in #2 above, unit may be low on refrigerant (freon). If you suspect this to be the case, have a qualified tech do the repair. Make sure he locates and repairs the leak. Adding freon without the repair means he will be back to do it a second time. The system is a sealed one and you should not have to continually add freon.
Good Luck and hope this get you going.
Posted on May 10, 2009
SOURCE: Some of the refrigerators True
If you check into it further I think you will find that the units are low on freon and the coils are froze up causing the leaks....
Turn them off let them defrost and then have the correct charge placed in the system.....
They will work well, and also save you money because they will run much less...
Posted on Dec 27, 2010
SOURCE: I have a True refrigerator
You will need to find out why the unit is not shutting down properly....
It may be that the thermostat sensor will need to be placed in a different spot...or the temperature may just need to be raised higher...
Does the thermostat turn off the unit if the temperature is raised??? If so, then place a thermometer in the cooler and then adjust the thermostat to 38F by that thermometer and not by the t-stat calibration, it may be off even if it is new...
If the t-stat is not cycling the unit then you will need to use an electrical meter to trace out the power to the unit and find out why it is not shutting down...
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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