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Wine Cooler Temperture Regulation

I have a 60 bottle IWA wine cooler that will no longer allow me set the correct temperature. In fact, the tempeature it likes is just a bit less than FREEZING. Yep, corks popped out and we had a lot of water condinsation that over flowed onto the floor.

Looking in the bottom section I see the compressor motor, a fan that runs, the coils, and a "Black Box".

It seems that if I replace whatever the thing is that controls temperature I could make it work. Can someone give me enough information to repair it? Oh, I called IWA and they said the no longer sell this unit - hummmm ... wonder why?

Thank you in advance for assistance.

I have selected the Haier unit in hopes that it is close to mine.

Ron

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  • Northwest29 Jun 16, 2008

    Okay, I admit the info helped me locate the area that held the circuit board, but I decided to wait until I returned from being out of town to take it out.



    Anyway, now that it is out I need to locate a replacement. On the bottom of the board I find VT60dy(pe1).pcb. On the top there is a white paper label with CB47050142.



    I've used Google to find a replacement but no hits on those numbers. Can you please advise me of a source for these type of circuit boards.



    Thanks again for the help.

    Ron

  • castroneves Mar 25, 2009

    I have exaclty the same problem, but I have the 42 bottle Haier model HVDO42E. Woke up last morning and the wine cellar had condensation all over the door. And I saw the display show "LLL", which I found out means too low to measure.


    I called Haier and they said to leave it off for 24 hours. Did that, plugged it back in and the problem persists.


    Do I have to change the circuit board? Does anyone know the part number? I'm in Brazil! This sucks!


    Thanks!

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