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My Wine Enthusiast 18 bottle 2 Temp frig is not chilling...can it be repaired?

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SOURCE: My 18 Bottle 2 temp wine enthusiast frig start beeping and blinking

Did you unplug for 10 seconds... then plug it back in?
Do you have any control over the front panel?
Can you verify after all of this, that the back cooling fan is working?
Their is a sensor in the back of the cabinet that monitors overheating of the thermoelectric unit... Unplugging it for a while and powering it back up is one way to verify this...
you can put a fan where the vents are in the back to speed this up...

Posted on Aug 18, 2018

Testimonial: "Thanks for your reply. I did all of that but it did not work. Yes there is digital front control panel and blinking. Also the fans are not working."

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My 18 Bottle 2 temp wine enthusiast frig start beeping and blinking


Did you unplug for 10 seconds... then plug it back in?
Do you have any control over the front panel?
Can you verify after all of this, that the back cooling fan is working?
Their is a sensor in the back of the cabinet that monitors overheating of the thermoelectric unit... Unplugging it for a while and powering it back up is one way to verify this...
you can put a fan where the vents are in the back to speed this up...

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You can get one on Amazon for $159 - service call and parts alone would be more than that.
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