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If after adjusting your thermostat to desired temp and is still cooling. The thermostat is bad or your relay is bad
If you disconnect the thermostat and the compressor stops it most likely a bad thermostat
If you disconnect the relay from
The thermostat and it stay running it is the relay. It is sticking
If possible store you wine somewhere else and shut the unit down and unplug for 10 to 20 minutes this may cause some melt of condensation some water may be on the floor if is to cold
This may also reset the system.
Its really hard to determine without proper diagnosis, but are you sure it indeed has a compressor? does it run ? Does it have a circulating fan inside? A lot of the wine coolers I've dealt with were "Peltier" coolers. They use electronics to cool usually only to about 10deg below room temp. They require a load ( in this case wine bottles ) to operate properly. They don't have a cold control like a refrigerator.
depends on several factors: how much
wine you keep on hand, where you will be putting the cooler (cool/warm room in
the house) and if you are buying a freestanding cooler/built-in. If you never have more than two cases, plan
on keeping the cooler somewhere it won't get too warm and you want a
freestanding cooler, you should look into purchasing a thermoelectric cooling
Hi! That is probably the compressor relay The relay is on the compressor and needs replaced A relay starts the compressor with a higher voltage and then quickly kicks out Thats what is happening with yours Its best for a tech to replace The relay but you can do it Take your model number to your Local Appliance parts store they will have a diagram showing you how to install the relay. Its called a hard start relay
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You need to replace the Ptc unit attached to the compressor. Go to REPAIR CLINIC.COM and order the following part. 1206838
Ptc relay. They also will show you were it is located and how to replace it. Compressor tanks very rarely go bad. It is an $11.00 dollar part