Question about U-Line 75WC Wine Cooler
The new one goes in the same as the old one comes out. You have 2 screws on the bottom of the evaporator that holds the sensor in place. Then the sensor runs thru the bottom toward the back.As you remove the old one jus put the new one in the same way.
This is actually the easy part....;-) On mine... I had to remove all of the shelves (5) which slid out just like my kitchen cabinet drawers. Next I removed 4 screws that held on the cooling coil assembly (Big white smooth flat piece with raised ridges running through it.). Once the screws were removed, I carefully lifted the cooling coil assembly/panel until I could see the old whip and pig tail. (Sorry I am going on memory here...) I believe that there was another screw that held the end in place that I had to remove and then reattach to the new whip once inserted through the back and snaked into place. Really I remember this taking only about 10 minutes to do start to finish. I reused all of the "filler" stuff to reseal the new whip in place.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
Haven't seen yours but most models have a tube you slide the probe up into. Did yo not see that when you removed the old control?
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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