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Re: True TBB-2 Cooler issue
BY to I take it yu mean top area inside cooler. If that is the case and yu are sure the drain is clear it could possibly be one of the following.
1: rusted/ corrodid evaporator drain pan
2: coil in cooler partially frozen
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I would guess the water is dripping from an ice ball or buildup in the coil either from an inlet side of the coil blocked by an accumulation of dirt and dust or paper or such. Second, if you leave the door open for lengths of time ice will build up, also an over heated over loaded condenser will cause ice buildup. In any case if you shut it down, let the ice melt, clean the coil, keep the door closed as much as possible and if its hot where its sitting let it have some air it should improve. Last thought, if there is a refrigerant leak in the system ice will accumulate at the end of the coil, the compressor will stay on longer than normal and this water drip is letting you know a service call is coming soon. Hope this helps and good luck.
check out the drain system in the very bad of the unit (inside). When obstructed it can cause the water to puddle inside the bottom. The hose is short, you can use caned air or a straw to clear this out. Don't use anything metal or sharp, you don't what to poke a hole in the tube.
You have to verify that the compressor is running. Don't assume that it is just because the fan is running. the compressor may not be running. If compressor is running, good possibility that it is low on refrigerant. Most common and obvious.
If I am not mistaken, the True line-up of coolers have a temp control on them that is labeled 0-9.
This particular type of temp control is a coil temp control. I measures the temperature of the coil rather than air temperature.
Always set the control to the warmest setting and move it colder by one number at a time until your product reaches and holds designed temp. Do not go by cooler air temperature as there will be a great swing in temp especially if the doors are used frequently. Always temp the product. In the case of beer, your ideal holding temp is between 35-38°.
If you set the temp control to the warmest setting and the cooler is still freezing product, you will need to have the cooler serviced be a refrigeration tech. It will most likely be a bad control but there may be underlying problems.