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You are getting too much moisture inside the cabinet. This may sound a little odd, but empty the cooler, put some paper towels down then tip it forward. There's a reservoir behind the back wall that holds excess water and that will drain it out. You want a little matter in the reservoir, but not too much.
Posted on May 02, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: U-Line 15WC Wine Cooler Problem
I just had the same problem. Also, I was getting a burning smell. The coil on the unit was blanketed with dust and dog hair. First, I cleaned it all out and tried it. It really didn't do much and I still had the burning smell. I then opened the back and recognized that the fan was not working. Turned out to be really dirty. Cleaned it and no it is working fine.
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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Posted on Mar 22, 2009
My Name is Mike. I have the same unit. The compressor is not bad. Replace the start relay& overload on compressor.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
I returned our unit to Home Depot with relative ease... I think they were all aware there is a problem with these units.
They refunded the full purchase price (even though I was well past the 12-month warranty period). I put the money toward a GE Profile unit that's a little bigger - more expensive, yes; but it works, priceless!
Posted on Mar 24, 2010
We get the same. Every 10 or so seconds the internal fan kicks in. Called the warranty line whom sent a new fan and an engineer. The engineer said there was no issue with it and checked with the manufactorers. He assured me it was normal and was simply to keep the cool air moving around the bottles to maintain optimum cooling across all the wine. I questions the longevity of the fan due to the constant on off process. He said its a brushless motor fan and simly relies on an electrical current to power it. Ie no actual motor component.
I asked that the help line have this info to hand as it appears to be a normal operational aspect of the unit. I guess lots of people will call the helpline with the same question.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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