Question about VinoTemp Credenza 270B Wine Cooler
Ok firstly,,, the nausea you were feeling was gas,, basically similar to recent studies on gases like benzene all refrigerants are carcinogens so inhaling it is bad,, and one symptom of it is nausea, luckily for you ,, you didnt have much exposure and it takes a bit for it to have much an effect, I suggest you read up on that. now back to our fix..
seeing as u had nausea and there was ice on the coil ,, ice on the coil means not enough refrigerant and seeing as u had nausea means it was leaking out.. so that means that you will need to have a local ac guy check this out for you. basically the fix is,,
1.) connect a dye bottle to the unit to determine where the gas is escaping.
2.) fix the leak by eighter brass welding it shut, soldering it close or changing the lines
3.) re-gas it..
make sure the ac guy checks and tipple checks for leaks.. especially if he welds or solders the the line... Now although you can attempt the fix your self, getting a pro inside is highly recommended cause of the leak.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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