Thermostat set too high. Evaporator Fan(s) will not operate or fan blade is off or spinning on shaft Excessive amount of warm product placed in cabinet. Prolonged door openings or door(s) ajar. Dirty condenser coil. Dirty condenser coil. Evaporator coil iced over. System low on refrigerant. Compressor will not start - hums and trips on overload protector
|Thermostat set too high.||Set thermostat to lower temperature.|
|Evaporator Fan(s) will not operate or fan blade is off or spinning on shaft||Call for Service|
|Excessive amount of warm product placed in cabinet.||Allow adequate time for product to cool down.|
|Prolonged door openings or door(s) ajar.||Make sure door(s) are closed when not in use.
Avoid prolonged door openings.
|Dirty condenser coil.||Clean the condenser coil.|
|Evaporator coil iced over.||Turn unit off and allow coil to defrost. Make sure thermostat is not set too cold. Also, check door gasket condition.|
|System low on refrigerant.||Call for Service – Service company must locate and repair leak, recover, evacuate and recharge.|
|Compressor will not start – hums and trips on overload protector||Clean the condenser coil.
Move cabinet or make other adjustments to gain proper cabinet clearances