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Re: wine fridge thermostat
No pictures, the new one goes in the same as the old one comes out. You have 2 screws on the bottom of the evaporator that holds the sensor in place. Then the sensor runs thru the bottom toward the back.As you remove the old one jus put the new one in the same way.
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First make sure it is not plugged into an extension cord. Low voltage could cause this type of problem. If you have it plugged directly in ,It is probably the compressor or overload relay on the compressor. You can bypass the thermostat to see if it is the problem, by first unplugging the device, then removing the wires from the thermostat, and jumping them together. Then plug it in If it still acts the same way the problem is in the compressor or overload relay mounted on the compressor. Sometimes the relay can be purchased and replaced or a hard start might work solve your problem.
Most of these types of wine coolers are not brand names and parts are hard to get. If you paid under $200 for it, buy a new one.
Otherwise you will need to have it repaired by a service station or someone who can get the thermostat and or control board, which is very minimal with these coolers. You can search for parts if you want to DIY. Search for parts using description and make and model. Good luck.
You said, you have the Magic chef wine cooler and it is not cooling. I unplugged
it when the temp was reading 78 degrees!!! It was cooler to unplug it!!
Does anyone know where you can get this repaired?
here in our fixya site there are serviceres from all round the country. click on Browse the Repair Directory an you may find a serviser in your area.
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You said, We've had this wine fridge for about 3 years now, and all of a sudden it stopped getting cold. We still hear the fan
turn on and all appears to be running smoothly but it remains room
temperature inside. Does anyone know how to fix this? I have no
experience, but would like to try rather than buy a new one. thanks!
1. You may need to add freon. 2. It may have a faulty thermostat.
It seems you need hands on service! Our site has good companies in the repair directory.
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