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Why does my Danby DBC514BLS fluctuate in temperature. Usually twice a day temperature will climb from 41 degrees to 51 degrees. It returns back to normal temperature on its own

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The temperature control is erratic and should be replaced.

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My 1 year old Danby DBC514BLS tray in back is overflowing on the floor/hardwood. What could be wrong?


Its probably the defrost tray. Most fridges / freezers allow the defrosted water to run into a pan at the back of the unit where it evaporates away. If there is too much water, the tray cant handle it and it overflows.

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Just some general info on Danby Kegerators. The temp fluctuation is 32-42 degress thru out the day and for 1 hour a day you will get a temp of 46-48 degress during defrost. Unfortunatly there is no way to bring these coolers colder than 32 degrees.These Keg coolers need to be in a temp controled enviroment and if it is enclosed in a cabinet you need to have 3" opening on all sides for air to circulate. Some of the main fault codes are EE = open sensor and LE = which is a communication error between the display board and the main board. The LE error may be in the touch pad which gets moisture in the membrane and causes the pad to quit responded. A lot of the errors are caused by a loose connection. There are 3 screws that hold the table top down, once you get the table top up you'll see the connectors to the boards and sensor, just start removing the connectors, straighten the pins and reinsert them. Also if you ever have an issue with the fan motor, that part is no longer used on these keg coolers, the replacement board assm no longer has a connection area for the fan so the fan can be disconnected if it causes you issues. Another handy trick is to put turtle wax over the touch pad were you select the temperature, then that way the spilled beer will roll off the touch pad instead of ruining it :-)

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Purchased in 2010. Temperature doesn't fall below 55F. Fan works. Sounds like compressor is working. Haven't physically inspected compressor. Used to cool to 39F.


May be both. Is the evaporator blocked or have ice built up on it? If so there could be two reasons for that. Low on freon or not enough airflow inside the cabinet.

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Sounds like the defrost heater has failed or the adaptive defrost control. First you will need to check the defrost heater for continuity. If it has none that is the problem and replace it. If that checks good replace the adaptive defrost control board. Here is a link that should help http://appliancehelponline.com/defrostheatervideo.html

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Danby refridgerator model #DBC514BLS accidentaly


Nope, you drilled into a refrigerant line. Time to go buy another refrigerator.

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Refrigerator temperature climbs and takes too long to recover.


Look at following areas for the model number
  • Beneath Or Inside Food Compartment On Cabinet Frame
  • On Plate Lower Front Or Rear Of Cabinet
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  • Near Rear Of Cabinet
  • Inside Liner At Top
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insulate the tower with pipe insulation, there is a hole in the bottom of the tower. don't over insulate or it will freeze.

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Maybe, the compressor isn't starting? I'd take it back to where you purchased it.

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This may sound dumb but ( 1) Do you have the warm air from the unit to the exterior of the space? If the condenser is in the space your putting the heat your trying to remove right back into the space. ( 2 ) There should be an air supply and an air return in the space only. With that there should be a temperature difference of 16 to 20 degrees between the supply and return. ( 3 )A 1 ton unit usually will cool approximately 400 square feet. ( 4 ) It may take a while to pull the space temp down due to pulling the heat and moisture from the ceiling, walls, and floor. This could take 6 hours or more the first time you use the system in a space.

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