I have this same problem. I have read discussions on this exact topic in several forums, and I have come across a link to a Haier Service Website. http://service.haieramerica.com/ When you go to this site login with password "HAIER" and UserID "HAIER" and look up your model number (my model number is "HBF05EABB)". There is a "service bulletin" which provides instruction/pictures for adjusting the thermostat. I have not tried this yet, but I intend to later tonight. I like my beer a little cooler than 41 degrees! Hope this helps.
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Re: HAIER BEER REFRIDGERATOR
You can possibly get the temp down a little more if the door seals are good and room ambient temperatures are not high. If the condenser fan or coil are dirty cleaning them will help too.
I the door is opened a lot will keep the machine going trying to lower the temps. so if the beer is in a high turnover situation it may help to pre cool the beer before sending it to the Haier cooler.These are all possibilities and can be answered by going over some solutions listed. 41 degrees may be the lowest setting for that cooler and will need to have further research on the thermostat to answer that. If it is a simple t-stat it can be replaced easily, Thanks Sea Breeze
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Does the temp on the thermostat ever get to 70? As long as its at least 2 degrees below it will keep running, until it gets to the value you set. To test place a thermometer on top of the stat and compare the temp to its readout, if its still accurate it should be within 2 degrees of the reading. Keep in mind the location of the stat affects it (away from drafts, etc.) as well as making sure its vent holes are clean and clear, has good batteries and the area around it has nice unobstructed air flow.
First off when did this start? Was it prior to the Thermostat replacement or after? What was the purpose of relacing the tstat?
From my experience use only a high quality t-stat that maintains a constant temp. is the best solution, it's easy to try and save a few bucks I'm just as guilty as the next guy however I've had many years of experience in the automotive field, throughout the years I've replaced hundreds if not thousands of t-stats and all are not even close to created equal. My opinion is not to go to the big box stores to purchase an off branded t-stat these t-stats open very inconsistantly and tend to have temps that fluctuate greatly. Commonly these economy t-stats are rated at say 195 degrees however they tend to snap open and closed very fast and erratically causing the temp to suddenly drop and then snap closed when the coolant falls below the opening temp. And again reopen not at the 195 always but sometime not opening until say 205 or 210 and then again snaping open and the cycle continues. Buy a premium t-stat and you'll be glad you did.
Watch the unit for at least a hour, to see if the temps drop. You could have had the door open too long and lost a lot of air. Normally, they can recover from this, and this is nothing to worry about. I loaded my today also and my temps went up to 45, but my door way open for about 10 mins or so. Don't check the unit for at least 1 hour. Allow time for the system to recover. It should be ok. It should be able to drop temps with in a hour or a least 10 degrees.
Get back to me if you have any more question or concerns.
Good Luck, enjoy your cold beer....
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Seems like the T-stat may have a dead spot on it since it started when you changed the settings. It is possible to trick (short) the t-stat to cause it to cool FOREVER, that would check your refrigerant charge is good. Would lean more toward t-stat problem first.