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Why is there moisture leakage from inside my cooler?


The drainage pipe is blocked or dirty. You will have to find it to unclog. Or find the water drainage container at bottom the in the drain pipe ther blow throw to unclog.

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POOL OF LIQUID FROM VESTFROST WINE COOLER ON FLOOR


it's not the refrigerant - that is a gas. It may be water from inside, or oil from a leaking pipe. If it's oil it's not a diy job

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if you are getting oil in the water but no water in the oil the cooler inside the radiator is leaking. If the oil has redish to brown color it is the trans oil cooler leaking

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Water dripping from inside top to bottom of cooler what is causing this and how can i fix it?


Coolers like yours create a lot of condensate. Every time the door is opened warm moist air enters and changes back to a liquid state on the evaporator coils behind the fan and area you see moisture dripping down from top and back wall should be going down a drain pipe to the bottom of cooler and into a pan where a fan blows warm air over the condensate/water returning it back into the store or business that the cooler is located. Looking inside there shoud be a tray or pan that is at the base of the evaporator. True uses different parts but you need to see why the water is leaking from. If cracked tray or line blockage causing overflow into the cooler. Click Here=> Leaking Refrigerators and then again here=> Leaking Refrigerators! This will help you get a better idea of what I am talking about, if helpful please rate. True MFG. does not share their information to me. I would need to be their registered customer to get answers. Click Here=> E-mail True Technicians I also think if you have questions for them they ask for your model number as a reference. They Will answer you just need that number along with GDM-72-RC I will be here if you have questions, Thank You, Sea Breeze

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Marvel wine cooler leaks water


All coolers produce water as a result of condensation which occurs when air is cooled. The water appears upon the radiator (technically called the evaporator) inside the cold area of the cooler. When the water drips off of the radiator, it is caught by a pan which may or may not be a removable piece. The pan should lean toward the rear of the cooler and the water should pour into a drain tube. The drain tube should lead down into the compressor area of the cooler and deposit the water into another pain which is outside of the cooler where it should evaporate back into the air. Sometimes "cardboard" fins are used to help the water evaporate. Sometimes a pan with a huge surface area is used to help the water evaporate. Other times the pan is literally on top of the compressor. Make sure the cooler itself is level. Make sure room air is able to move over the pan where the water is supposed to evaporate. Make sure the drain hose is not clogged. Make sure pans are not leaking.

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It leaks water from underneath


It is not really leaking water (did you put water inside?) ... that is probably condensate ... a by product of the cooling process. Are you in a high humidity area? If yes ... that is the primary reason for this water.

Here in North America, we think that only white wine should be chilled and then only to 'celler' temp (or about 55 degrees F.

You may be able to reduce the water problem if

(1) up the temp in the cooler (it isn't a refrigerator - don't use it as one)
(2) don't put 'hot' wine inside
(3) put a small fan blowing on the cooler to help evaporate the condensate.

If the water is a big problem, sit your frig on a big tray, similar to the one you might put under your car in the garge to catch dripping oil.

I hope you find these suggestions helpful.

Thanks for visiting and please come again.

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Transmission fluid level need regular top up and there is no external leak.Fluid color looks white.


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The automatic gearbox oil cooler type oil / water heat exchanger (oil cooler):

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(In the picture above the transmission oil pan was removed for oil filter replacement).

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Advise


you need to purge the air out of the "hot" side after placing the bottle on top. If not enough water is inside the chamber the water will boil.

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my water cooler worked yesterday,today I get nothing from either the hot or cold water? Is this a simple fix or di I start with a new one?

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