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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you can hear the compressor running and there is no cooling happening your unit has either lost it's refrigerant due to a leak or the compressor is completly worn out (or both). If you just hear the condenser fan running (air blowing), then maybe the compressor just has bad electricals (starting relay, overoad, run capactor) or it has developed a bad winding and will need to be replaced.
If you know you have lost refrigerant the repair will be quite costly and you should consider replacement. If you feel it is a failure of the small electrical parts for the compressor, repair would be more cost effective.
You can get further trouble-shooting assistance and order parts direct from the factory at 800-223-3900.
You can look up a local servicer on their web-site at www.lifeluxurymarvel.com
Should you desire to attempt electrical repair yourself, reply to me and I will provide further troubleshooting assistance or you can contact Marvel Customer Service at the number above. Good-Luck, Subdriver
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
is the link to your manual.Typically in a dual temperature zone wine cooler whites are stored in the bottom and reds on top as whites are better a little colder and the cold air will drop to the bottom of the unit.
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Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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Oct 12, 2012 | U-Line Wine Captain (2015WC) Wine Cooler
The average wine cooler won't offer temperature below 46
Fahrenheit. Due to this fact you can store most of the light beverages in it
but it is not meant to store this kind of drink. I suggest you to purchase a
mini refrigerator in order to store your other drinks.
Aug 14, 2012 | Furniture
Actually, when using a freestanding wine cooler the heat designed
to escape from the back and I your case the heat won't have a place to escape
to and eventually will over heat the whole unit. Then the compressor will
attempt to compensate for the heating and may eventually burn itself out.
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