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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
wine coolers have no means of draining the condensate inside them,use silica gel(1/2 pint)to keep the inside dry(remember to dry it out when condensate happens again)
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
SOURCE: My Danby DWC283BLS makes a
This means one of two things the overload relay is bad or the compressor. Pull the unit out remove the back panel there is a box on the left side of the compressor take it off and shake it if it sounds like glass is inside the relay is bad if it does not the compressor is locked up and kicking off on the overload making that noise.
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Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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