U-Line Beverage refrigerator, Compressor cycles on for 2 seconds and off for 23 seconds continuously

Hello,

Love your forum. I have a U-Line Beverage refrigerator.
It had a leak in the evaporator line that I repaired with a pierce valve.

(Didn’t pierce the pipe, just used the compression aspect of it to seal it.)
Pulled -30″ & repair held.

Went to recharge the system but now the compressor cycles on 2 seconds & off for
23 seconds. Like clock work.

I have looked at other threads (Kenmore with five seconds on then off)(relay fixed it)
And another thread where it was a motherboard issue.

My Frig. Has an Embraco EMI 30HER compressor with 9.8LRA.

I have taken the relay and the overload off.

Checked the compressor ohms. 29 ohms across bottom pins. 21 ohms left bottom pin to top.
8 ohms right bottom pin to top pin.
Resistance seems high but it does add up. My multimeter is a ‘mid level’ Tenma 72-7770.
(Not sure if it is precise.)

The overload ohms is 1.5. Could this be the issue?

The compressor worked fine before i made my repair.

What else can i check?


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Osborne 1700 bottle cooler

Hi,

I was lucky to be given this beauty free the other day

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It was taken out of a pub because it failed it’s PAT test.

I have done some basic testing of it for safety (checked plug, cable, earthed, short circuits) and the only thing I could find was that a tiny nick in the cable enough to go through to cable but not through the cable (if that makes sense). I know this is a PAT fail so I’m hoping that’s all it was.

I switched it on (after letting it stand 24 hours) and thankfully it worked ok.

Filled it full of bottles and left it for a few hours and tried a beer..

Yep lovely cold beer, I was one happy chap.

left it running over night, opened the door and checked the bottles again .. warm 🙁 gutted

So I switched it off, took the back off to have a poke around and saw this mess…

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I gave it a dam good clean and stuck the vacuum cleaner in and not had chance to retest it, but just wanted to check if this much crap is capable of making the fridge run warm.. I’m just a bit worried that maybe there is more to this, and that’s why it failed its test in the first place..

Is there any other bits I should maybe think about testing ?? I wasn’t too concerned about the compressor as it initially got cold, but may be the thermostat (and how would I test that?)
Relay?? I’ve also checked all the seals by the way and they seem good.

cheers

Daz

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Air Diffuser housing removal – KitchenAid KSRL25FXMS03

Hi Everyone,
I needed some help figuring out how to remove the housing for an air diffuser on a KitchenAid refrigerator. I looked up info on the web and I reviewed whatever I found and youtube as well. But most housing for the air diffuser is easily removed in some models with a simple screw. However, my luck and refrigerator the housing is held in place by what I thought was a simple nut. The air diffuser housing looks similar to other housings, but this one has a small canal where I thought I can fit a socket to remove the nut, but when I took pictures of the canal it is some sort of rounded off nut? I have no idea how I would take it off, unless of course I need a special tool. If anyone has any info I would appreciate it as to inform me what kind of nut it is and what tool is necessary to remove this.
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Bosch side by side B20CS51SNS fridge section has very different temps for each shelf

The fridge section is set to 4 Celcius on the control panel, but the inside of the fridge has wildly varying temperatures, mostly depending on shelf, but even between the left and right sides of the same shelf. The top shelf, when measuring the items with a laser thermometer, varies between 9 to 14 C. The items on the next shelf down read from 2 to 4 C, the next -1 to 3, and the drawers below that are around 8, 12, and 12C. I’m hoping this is just a fan problem, like the similar issue I had with the freezer side a few years ago, which was fixed with a new fan. But in that case the freezer was colder as you went lower, which is what I would have expected to see in the fridge if it was just a fan issue, not warmer at the top and bottom, and freezing in the middle?


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Bosch side by side B20CS51SNS fridge section has very different temps for each shelf

The fridge section is set to 4 Celcius on the control panel, but the inside of the fridge has wildly varying temperatures, mostly depending on shelf, but even between the left and right sides of the same shelf. The top shelf, when measuring the items with a laser thermometer, varies between 9 to 14 C. The items on the next shelf down read from 2 to 4 C, the next -1 to 3, and the drawers below that are around 8, 12, and 12C. I’m hoping this is just a fan problem, like the similar issue I had with the freezer side a few years ago, which was fixed with a new fan. But in that case the freezer was colder as you went lower, which is what I would have expected to see in the fridge if it was just a fan issue, not warmer at the top and bottom, and freezing in the middle?

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