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My coolers went down at my store. We installed a new fan motor and now the cooler is not cooling. It fluxuates from 48 to 60. The refrigerante shows good on gauge. I was thinnking the defrost Paragon 8145-20 Defrost Timer may need reseting but unable to fix the problem

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