Question about Kenmore 13485 Wine Cooler
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Kenmore Elite Trio 795
check the damper controller at the center of the fridge. this regulates the air that is coming from the freezer dependent on the signal from the thermistor of the fridge compartment. that is the other thing to check. check it for rresistance and it should change as you change the temperature of the sensor.
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Posted on Jun 25, 2008
First question, do you have power to the unit and the cooling fan is not working? If this is the problem then sounds like one of the two fuses in back panel has burnt out.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
repair directory link
this is the direct link for repair service enginers just select the proper unit of yours and your area location.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
has the cellar ever worked right in your home? These small refrigeration units basically move heat from a conditioned space to another space that is not objectionable such as your home where your central air system then moves the btu's. This being said, the cellar has a ventilation system that must pull in room air and push out the box air. these vents must be clean and clear of obstrucions to ensure proper performance by the equipment
Posted on Nov 27, 2009
Maybe not the answer for everyone, but I proved it was the fan by removing the back panel, removing the fan and finger guard, then placing a small desktop fan that was the same size as the top-rear fan on the wine fridge. Pumping air directly over the heat sink allowed the unit to attain the temperature set on the front panel. The old fan would either not turn at all, or too slowly to be effective. These fans are junk. Especially after finding articles such as this out in different forums for the same issue.
I have the HVTS18DABB model unit and the replacement fan is a simple 120mm square, 25mm deep 12V DC fan. Similar or the same as you see in computer chassis. Found some inexpensive, high CFM, low noise fans from the following site:
Specific fan for my application was the model SY1225SL12SH. Although I did order a second fan that is similar in case the .5amps was too high and I popped a fuse. These fans are inexpensive folks, as long as you aren't afraid to get your hands dirty. Good luck.
Here are the details on my order:
Name Code Qty Each Options
Yate Loon 120x25mm D12SH-12 1 5.99
D12SH-12 High Speed -
Black (88 CFM, 40 dBA)
Scythe 120x25mm SY1225SL12SH 1 7.95 Add Black Sleeving = No
SlipStream SY1225SL12SH -
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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