Question about Danby DWC283BLS Wine Cooler
It sounds like the Freon leaked down. That always happens when they are stored. Find a community college that has refrigeration classes and maybe they will look at it for you.
Posted on Dec 17, 2017
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
that's always a possibility but not always the case. The thermostat may not be cycling correctly or set wrong. The condenser could be dirty or if there is a fan, it may not be running. Freeze ups can also cause an "Out of temp." condition. Check it out.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
SOURCE: code E4 on dandy wine
We had that problem in 2007, about 10 months after buying it from Costco. It was under warranty so the tech came and changed both sensors. It's worked fine until Feb 11. Now, the lower section ran so cold it froze some bottles. I am looking for a solution to that problem.
Posted on Mar 04, 2011
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