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Lighting problem on ur30g cooler

I cannot get my cooler light to come on. I purchased a replacement bulb and still nothing. I cannot find the ballast or starter (I looked every where)Ca you please tell me where to find the statrer. Thanks Beverage Air UR30ge

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  • wylekyle Sep 10, 2008

    interior light in the ur30g not working. new bulb, no light!

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SolutionGuy
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Bill, the main reason I've noticed for higher than normal temps in these boxes is filthy condenser coils (this will affect pressures in your sealed system). Remove the front lower panel and inspect your coils. Use a coil brush or a dust broom to thoroughly clean them up, don't use water. You can also pick up some condenser coil cleaner in a spray can from your local appliance parts store, but it's not necessary (the fumes are strong and may be objectionable to your customers... it gets 'em really clean, though!) After cleaning the coils, allow 24 hours for temps to stabilize. If they don't, here is a site for Beverage-Air, contact your local servicer with you exact model and serial number for pressure specifications. http://www.beverage-air.com/technical.service.html Hope this helps! Let us know, will ya?

Posted on Aug 13, 2007

Bob Gemmell
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SOURCE: Beverage Air UR30GE Won't Get Cold.

If the thermostat has been bypassed it sounds like lack of refrigerant gas in the system. The level cant be checked visually, it will need to be checked by an engineer with pressure gauges.

Posted on Sep 28, 2007

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SOURCE: Interior light

switch may be open

Posted on Jan 17, 2008

refritech08
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SOURCE: Vertical light

yes there's a ballast. on the top of fridge where you put the lights for the sign if you remove the plastic cover there should be a couple of them there.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

refritech08
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SOURCE: Beverage-Air MT72

Bi-pin Fluorescent Lamp Installation /Verification Prior to applying power to the unit, verify that all lamps are properly installed and fully engaged in the lamp holders.

Proper lamp engagement is achieved by rotating the lamp 90° from its insertion position until it "snaps" or "clicks" into place.

Visual verification can be made on units without safety shields by using the identification mark on the end of the bulb. Properly installed bulbs will have the mark centered between the "halves" of the lamp holder.

On units with shields, the identification mark cannot be seen. Physically verify that the lamp has been rotated and locked into place.

Caution: Improperly installed lamps may cause damage to the lighting circuit. Beverage-Air shall have no liability whatsoever for equipment or component failures or other damages or losses which arise as a result of improper installation.

Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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