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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have had this unit for 2 years and the first thing that will go out is the cooling fans, they either stop altogether or start making a loud noise. i suggest to anyone else who has this to go to a computer store and buy 2 quality 90mm fans, they will screw and connect right into the unit. mine initally died about 4 months into use and after replacing them with good fans i never had a problem with it. mine however is a dust magnet and if i dont remove the fans and clean off the heatsinks about every 3 months, the water wont get very cold. mine now is starting to leak water, a big loss since we use this thing all the time.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
Sounds like the fans have stoped turning for the cooling system. If you cannot hear the fans turn on when you flip the COOL switch this is your problem. Pick the fans up at a computer parts store like Frys. Any other part failure on this unit other than a loose wire is not worth repairing. A little oil inside the motor and several revolutions later might get some relief until a new motor is installed.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
We purchaced this water dispencer about 2 years ago, everything was working normal, water heater works fine and the cooler would come on and go off normally,until you dispenced cold water and then the coller would cool down and shut of like it's supposed to.
Afetr a couple of years , one day it started cooling continuously and wouldn't stop, I've just shut the cooler switch off on the back of the unit until i can figure the problem out,unit #(87330).
I believe the problem is in the circuit control board, but with out further testing i can't be sure .
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
SOURCE: do I put water on
Are you trying to keep things warm, like with a warmer tray? then it will be fine if you add water, and this can also keep the food a little moister from the steam. it is not neccesary to add water but you can. Water will leave a deposit line inside the unit when it heats up and starts evaporating, this won't hurt anything and you can clean it with some cleaner and a scrubber. If your a cooking with it, then you don't want to use water, just put the food in the insert and cook it like that.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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