DBC039A1BDB Danby Beverage Center Not Cooling Below 50F

Hi, I’m new to the thread. I searched but could not find the answer to my problem. I have a Danby Beverage Center (4.5 cu ft mini fridge) that will no longer cool below 50F (normal down to 39F). The compressor runs full time and gets hot over time. The coils inside the fridge get cold and the fan is running and blowing cold air. I have tried unplugging and let sit for several days but this does not help. Is it possible there is something wrong with the control board? Does it have a defrost mode that might be stuck on? Does this have a condenser fan I am not aware of? Or is it more likely that I just lost some of the AC Charge (R134A). No fittings to test Hi/Lo pressures. I’m not much for soldering fittings on but I’m willing to try if that is the most likely cause (I’ve done basic auto AC). Worst case, I wouldn’t mind paying someone to install fittings and add new charge. Thanks for the help, Jeff.


Source: New feed

Continue Reading

DBC039A1BDB Danby Beverage Center Not Cooling Below 50F

Hi, I’m new to the thread. I searched but could not find the answer to my problem. I have a Danby Beverage Center (4.5 cu ft mini fridge) that will no longer cool below 50F (normal down to 39F). The compressor runs full time and gets hot over time. The coils inside the fridge get cold and the fan is running and blowing cold air. I have tried unplugging and let sit for several days but this does not help. Is it possible there is something wrong with the control board? Does it have a defrost mode that might be stuck on? Does this have a condenser fan I am not aware of? Or is it more likely that I just lost some of the AC Charge (R134A). No fittings to test Hi/Lo pressures. I’m not much for soldering fittings on but I’m willing to try if that is the most likely cause (I’ve done basic auto AC). Worst case, I wouldn’t mind paying someone to install fittings and add new charge. Thanks for the help, Jeff.

Powered by WPeMatico

Continue Reading

Danby Beverage Center Not Cooling Below 50F

Hi, I’m new to the thread. I searched but could not find the answer to my problem. I have a Danby Beverage Center (4.5 cu ft mini fridge) that will no longer cool below 50F (normal down to 39F). The compressor runs full time and gets hot over time. The coils inside the fridge get cold and the fan is running and blowing cold air. I have tried unplugging and let sit for several days but this does not help. Is it possible there is something wrong with the control board? Does it have a defrost mode that might be stuck on? Does this have a condenser fan I am not aware of? Or is it more likely that I just lost some of the AC Charge (R134A). No fittings to test Hi/Lo pressures. I’m not much for soldering fittings on but I’m willing to try if that is the most likely cause (I’ve done basic auto AC). Worst case, I wouldn’t mind paying someone to install fittings and add new charge. Thanks for the help, Jeff.


Source: New feed

Continue Reading

Bosch BC22CS80SNS/01 Side-by-side dual evaporator fridge: RC evaporator icing over, FC warm

I’ve read through all the other Bosch posts here, but I think my situation might be a little different than the rest?

Over-arching problem: My Refigerator Compartment (RC) is staying cool, but my Freezer Compartment (FC) is sticking around 8C. It’s so cold on my RC, that my water line is occasionally freezing and not coming out the dispenser.

I’ve gone through the self diagnostics, and no errors show up.
I’ve gone through the “A5” sensor test, and all temperature sensors are reporting accurately.
0 RC sensor: 10C
1 RC evaporator sensor: -21C
2 FC sensor: 8C
3 FC evaporator sensor: 0C (this was warmer, but I’ve been forcing the FC into running by invoking “A7 mode 1”, so I’m able to make the FC cold, but it won’t do it automatically)
5 TCD sensor: 13C

Evaporator fans are working.

Originally, I was having an issue with ice buildup on the bottom of the FC. I realized my drain valve was a little stuck, and so after some squeezing I unblocked it. I also vacuumed out the condensor coils while I was in the back. I don’t see why this would have messed up the cooling on the freezer side.

I really don’t know why my RC evaporator seems to be taking all the priority.

Anything I should check or test?


Source: New feed

Continue Reading