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I unplugged the unit to reset. Found water in the drip pans emptied cleaned and replugged the unit. The right side is at 62 the left side remains at 68. Both sides are set at 55. Lights and fan s are working.
Have you cleaned the coils? They have a coil brush or you can use a spray bottle with hot water to remove dust and debris.
Posted on Dec 14, 2019
First, see if the fan is actually blowing anything out of it. YOu may have an obstruction. If not that...Generally, there are three reasons that you won't get cooling:
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I returned our unit to Home Depot with relative ease... I think they were all aware there is a problem with these units.
They refunded the full purchase price (even though I was well past the 12-month warranty period). I put the money toward a GE Profile unit that's a little bigger - more expensive, yes; but it works, priceless!
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
SOURCE: Both zones of the wine
Check the thermostat for temperature setting. Also check the condenser coils and clean them if found clogged with dust. Unplug the wine cooler and wait for a couple of hours before plugging it again. If you can hear it running or whining, perhaps the compressor is being overheated. Test various components such as temperature control knob, evaporator fan, defrost timer, compressor relay, overload protector and the compressor motor.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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