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This is actually a known problem within the wine cooler manufacturing industry. The thermostat has a bad connection, most likely caused by corrosion due to a manufacturing defect. The wine cooler is reading the temperature incorrectly so it thinks it's too warm inside the cabinet and thus continues to try to cool. Although your temperature might read 66°, if you touch the wine bottles they will feel much colder than 66°. It's a simple change of the thermostat and should be covered by your warranty. However, you need to prevent it from happening again so you need to seal the connection point with a hot glue gun to keep moisture out or else it's going to happen again in another 12 months.
Posted on May 02, 2019
Still under warranty, contact the seller. The thermostat needs replacing.
It may have been continued.
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Posted on Oct 14, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
usually bad power supply, if the cooling fan isn't running either. These are horribly inefficient coolers that use a lot of power to accomplish little cooling. The power supplies are quite notorious to burn up.
If your supply is 12vdc output, you might be able to replace it with a supply from radio shack. dont use a battery charger though.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
At that temp I'm sorry to say sounds like the compressor is shot or all the gas has leaked out. A service call is about $100.00 to ring the door bell and then add about $500.00-600.00 for a compressor and or 300.00 if the coil is bad. It might be better to get a new box with a warranty. Best of luck!
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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Rr #2, 9622 Dalton Rd.
Grand Bend, ON, N0M 1L0
Phone: 519-238-8270 Appliance Doctor
82 Victoria St E
Wingham, ON, N0G 2W0
Phone: 519 357 4668 Stew'S Rec Vee Service Centre Inc
County Raod 12e G/D
Kippen, ON, N0M 2E0
Phone: 519-263-6058 https://www.danby.com/locator.php?type=dealers It doesn't state if there is in home service or not. But those are the three service locations that are listed in your area.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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.
Posted on Nov 20, 2011
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Humidity - try to achieve a level of 60%
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• Light & Vibration - keep your wines away from direct light and very still so not to disturb the elements inside the bottle
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