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Water is leaking from my Beverage-Air MT27 ?? Had moved it from one location to another. Delivery man laid it down and told me not to plug in for 24 hours. Was fine for 2 days now it is leaking water.

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The condensate is supposed to drain from the evaporator down to a pan underneath by the compressor. Is is possible that the tube is not aligned with the pan any more. It is simple to check, remove the compressor compartment cover and inspect the pan and the tube. If the tube is out of place, just reposition it. This is likely the problem you are having. Also make sure the pan is correctly positioned.

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What will make a beverage air mt27 not cool


Multiple reasons. Is it turned on & set. Is the fan inside & out turning fast. Is there frost on a line at the compressor Is the compressor outside cabinet s/b hot & vibrating continually. Is the condenser (attached to compressor with radiator) warm/hot & not plugged with lint etc between the fins. ?????

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How to add refrigerant to mt27


You should check the condenser to see that it is clean. Is the compressor running? If you have a leak, putting in gas wont help. You need to look for oil on the components around the compressor, inside the cooling coil housing. Hope this helps good luck.

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Wiring


Yes they do with majority of models...

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Refrigerator runs and will not shut off, keeps getting colder and colder no matter what setting I put it on?


I have the same problem. My 7 yrs old Beverage Air model MT27 got very cold even with temperature control set to almost off position. It froze all the water and pops in it. Somebody have the solution?

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What does the overload relay look like a Beverage-Air MT27 Beverage Cooler Commercial


Normally thermal overloads have a button like appearance on the compressor. Designed to open circuit when temp has caused distortion to the bi-metal contacts. Upon cooling will close again. Disconnect power before checking continunity on the overload terminals.

Sep 27, 2011 | Beverage-Air MT27 Beverage Cooler...

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MT27- 3-4 years old ordered from the manufacture. I'm on my third recharge of the air compressor. Second Repair guy says I need a new compressor. Are there any recalls or can i have the Bev-air replace...


not sure why you would need a new compressor unless it actually has a freon leak on one of the seams during the building process. This is extremely rare. I've only seen one in over 25 years. Some manufacturers have 5 year warrenty on the compressor but do not cover the labor and freon and such to replace the compressor. Either one of the repair guys should have checked into this for you as part of their service. Try contacting Beverage Air and give them your model and serial numbers to see if you still have a warranty on your unit. It's worth a shot.
Now, in order for you to need freon added, it has to have a leak somewhere in the system. It is a sealed system and should never need freon added unless it either has a leak or someone put the improper amount in the system. I would try to find a repair man that has been recommended to you and has good ratings. Check better business outfits or the net.
Let me know if there is anything else I can do for you.

Jan 22, 2011 | Beverage-Air MT27 Beverage Cooler...

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Will not cool. Fan runs, have cleaned coil.


The compressor may not be starting. Put your forehead against the nmachine when youturn it on or plug it in, You will feel the vibration of the pump. If it is not coming on, you may need a technician to what determine why it is not working.

Nov 17, 2009 | Beverage-Air MT27 Beverage Cooler...

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Wont cool


1. try cleaning the condenser it's gotta to have some dirt.

(if it looks clogged, turn the unit off and spray the condenser with a water hose!) it should throw out some dirt

if you did step 1 and still no cooling suspect a small refrigerant leak.

most of the times if its r-134a, i go down to autozone and buy a stop leak for r-134a and charge it into system.

also if theres a refrigerant leak,i'd get a tech to check and correct leak (if he finds it) but that's worse case scenario :) I'd go with dirty condenser.... email me at hvac.tech7872pr@gmail.com if you need more info.

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