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Victory freezer VR1 evaporator motor will not run, does not have voltage to it. Fan delay switch checks ok....HELP!!!

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Check to be sure the door switch is working. It turns the fan off when you open the door and turns the light on. Also the defrost time has a connection to the inside fan. Check to see that your defrost timer is turning on and off at the right times. If the evaporator coils don't get down to 20 degress the clicks-on fan controller won't switch on. If that is the case you may be low on refrigerant.

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