Question about Beverage-Air BM23
I followed both suggestions and neither solved the problem. The condenser coils are clean and the door gasket appears to work fine (door closes with suction). Still when temp setting is at it's loses number, 1, it cools to below freezing, and when I adjust setting down to where only fan is on, the temp rises to 45 - 50. This morning I found the beer in the bottom of my Keg frozen to about two inches thick.
Either a problem with the thermostat or the probe for it has been dislodged and getting a false temp reading
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It can take a very long time to get a keg of beer down in temperature. The heat transfer from a keg is slow due to the lack of air circulation inside the keg. You should also check your condenser coils, make sure they are clean. Door gasket should also be in good repair. Hope this helps.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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