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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wine cooler noise
The problem is likely with one of the two fans. A new fan is available from Danby (1-800-263-2629). My noisy fan is the condensor fan located at the bottom rear of the device. After removing the cooler from under the cabinet, the source of the noise was obvious. You will need to tell them whether it is the upper fan or lower fan. Leave the cooler upright for a few hours before you plug it in so that you do not damage the condenser. Price for the fan from Danby is $20.15 including shipping. Users Manual is available at http://www.danby.com/manuals/DWC512BL.pdf -Ron
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
SOURCE: danby wine cooler repair
I am having a problem with my wine cooler also.I found the upper evap fan not running.So i opened up the control board and plugged the fan that was not working into one of the other 2 sockets,and the fan worked.so i have a circuit board problem.If you go online to sears parts and repair.put in your model# and search,it will bring up a diagram of most of the parts available.And no it doesnt have to be a GE product.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
SOURCE: Haier Wine Cooler motor died
Yes, those motors shoudl be pretty standard stock items at any local appliance parts supply house found in the yellow pages.
You might also try lookinmg under "motors and controls" in the yellow pages. If you get it locally like that then you can physically compatre the old one with the new one to make sure it is indeed the same part.
Thats better than an online link with just pictures.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
SOURCE: Noisy Wine Fridge
I had the same problem, and found it to be as RonLew described. In our case it was the internal fan in the upper rear section of the fridge. Apparently, since it is mounted so close to the rear panel, the sound seems to amplify from the back. Anyway, a replacement fan was only $3.71 direct from Danby, but I did have to pay 7.99 for shipping. Also, there is a fair amount of disassembly and re-assembly needed, which might be challenging for those who don't typically make their own repairs. Once removed, the only thing I could find wrong with our old fan was that the shaft was very loose in the unit, which may have indicated a bad bearing.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
The price looks fine for my area its about a 3 hour job done properly. you should consider a new wine cooler and cut your losses because if their only replacing the compressor they should be replacing the cap tube and liquid drier if the cap tube is not replaced could be a waste of money
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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