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Replaced control on u-line 75WC wine cooler now runs constantly

I attempted to bed the sensor in the same spot of the liner where I had removed the old one and am wondering if I did not "bed" it deep enough?
The unit is now running constantly at the lowest setting on the control and is too cold...
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If the sensor of the thermostat is not on the evaporator plate then yes the thermostat will never be satisfied. Because it is not reading air temp only the evaporator plates temp. should be clamped onto the bottom of plate.

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