Question about EuroCave Comfort 260 - Black Solid Door
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Posted on Oct 15, 2010
SOURCE: my eurocave 283 keeps icing
The icing is caused by the abnormally low temperature - the humidity in the air freezes on the cooling element. I suppose that you have tried to raise the temperature setting and it didn't helped.
That shouldn't happen: not only the temperature inside it shouldn't go below 4C - if that would occur the temperature alarm should ring, the warning temperature icon would be displayed and the compressor would be cut off - but if it would (for some unknown reason) go below 0C a heating element should kick in to prevent the formation of frost.
Since that happens it's clearly a fault in the temperature controller and its sensor. This isn't something that you can fix yourself: the unit will have to be opened, the control board tested and the fault identified and fixed: if the compressor is almost continuously active the power relay is stuck , if it runs normally then the temperature sensor is defective.
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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