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We have a Beverage-Air Model M19. Unit temperature fluctuates from 28 degrees to 50 then wants to stay at 48-50. I first noticed this when product was wet. When I held my hand up towards the fan, I could feel a fine mist. The temperature controller was replaced twice within 4 days. After 2 hours, the temp was still near 50 degrees. Turning knob very slightly up does nothing. Have to turn off completely and reset. Then temp falls from 50 to 28 in 45 minutes. Then turned knob slightly down does nothing - temp stays near 50. After 1st replacement, temp was stable for 2 days; after the 2nd one yesterday) not at all. The grate at the front of unit is clean and there is freon or it wouldn't get cold.

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It can take a very long time to get a keg of beer down in temperature. The heat transfer from a keg is slow due to the lack of air circulation inside the keg. You should also check your condenser coils, make sure they are clean. Door gasket should also be in good repair. Hope this helps.

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the freon system is a sealed system. If you are adding freon, there is a leak. have the leak repaired and this should resolve the issue. Freon should not need filling but one time and only after the leak is located and repaired.

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electrician do one thing, electricity. If the unit cools, the compressor is running. a power outage should not put the compressor in a "Weaken" state. I would check the starting components. don't overlook your surge protector causing a voltage drop. try running the unit without the protector.
let me know if I can be of any further help.

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You'll need to check the back-pressure on the low-side of the system, you have a faulty compressor. If there is a condenser fan motor make sure it is running when the compressor is on.

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