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How do get to evap fans? One of them is causing the unit to pop the GFI.

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  • wren_dean May 29, 2011

    All three fans are running but the GFI is tripping? Should I isolate each fan individually and see which one is causing the fault or what should I do?

  • wren_dean May 30, 2011

    The fans are not causing the problem. I am getting resistance to ground, could it be one of the heaters and if so how do I get to them?

  • wren_dean May 30, 2011

    I took the fans out of the circuit and it continued to trip (compressor circuit was off) the only thing left is the cabinet heaters? How do you get to the heaters?

  • wren_dean Jun 01, 2011

    I isolated all the fans and the unit is still tripping, the only thing left is the two heaters. Is there any way to isolate the heaters from the circuit? Or test and repair them?

  • wren_dean Jun 01, 2011

    I isolated the fans from the circuit and the unit is still tripping. The only thing left is the two cabinet heaters, How do I test them? Can I isolate them from the system? How do I get to them?

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Http://www.tmeinc.biz/xturboair.htm

This is the only link that I could find, it looks like you can get the motor only or the motor and the fan complete.

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Hi.

To reach the fan remove panel located behind the pans:

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If instead you need to reach thermostat and evaporator, remove the panel at the back of the refrigeration compartment to reach the evaporator at the back.

Here the full service manual:

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Regards.

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Posted on May 28, 2011

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    Ginko May 29, 2011

    Hi.

    Exclude one fan at the time, and find out what fan is tripping. The test is very simple.

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