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My soda machine is not getting cold, anymore. Can sombody tell me if it's the compressor or something else. Compressors are expensive and I would like to know before I go and replace it.
usually the compressor deck has its own power cord. try to plug it in separately and see if its working. If it won't work when plugged in separately it is bad. To repair it you will have to know how to test the compressor with the tester. If you don't know how to test it with the tester call a technician and he can repair it for you or you can buy a compressor from us for $170.00.
If you have any question just post a reply back here, I'll help you as much as I can.
I did like you said, I plugged in the compressor's plug to an extension cord and felt the upper coils get cold, so I plugged it back into the machine and it gets cold, but a couple hours later the soda's aren't cold and neither are the coils in the upper part (where the soda's are).
Also the big round thing in the bottom (compressor?) seems to be kinda hot. What do I do next?
Sometimes trash can get blown in back of the machine and jam/stop the fan from running. The compressor has a thermal cut out switch and if the lower fan isn't blowing and cooling the machine the compressor will get hot the switch will turn it off. Un-plug the machine, then check to see if the lower fan can turn freely or if there are lunch bags, paper cups, etc. in that area jamming the fan. Clean out any trash in the lower area near the compressor or around the machine. Then plug in the vending machine and check to see if you can feel air circulating in the lower area, and check it about an hour later to see if it is still cooling.
If you have any more problems reply back to me.
I installed a new compressor about 4 weeks ago, it has been working good.
I checked on it the other day and found that sodas were hot, I check the compressor to see if it was running at that time it would try to run and then the over load would kick and it would stop. The compressor is very hot to the touch, I let it cool down for about 2 hours and plugged it back in, the compressor started up and ran for about a week and the same thing happen again. I am using 134A. Everything is clean and both fans are running.
This can be several problems, first you may not have enough power to operate the machine. You have to have 20 amps in a separate line to proper the soda machine operation. The next problem can be a fan which is behind the black radiator, it probably is not working with full speed so this is why the compressor is over heated. lastly, it could be the compressor overcharged (who ever was fixing the compressor was putting too much frion).
So my compressor is hot to the touch and it shuts off after a few hours. The fans can turn when the machine is off, but the bottom one won't turn at all when the machine is running.
The bottom fan needs to turn to cool compressor or it will get hot and not run. So you need to replace fan motor in the bottom or you will burn up your compressor completely.
I got an older pepsi machine DNTP-232-8. Compressor is running fans are running. I replaced thermostat and machine still not cold. Can anyone tell me what's wrong? Does it maybe need some freon?
I have a pepsi machine that wont stay cold. I believe it was made in 1994 according to seriel no. What kind of freon do I buy to put in. No one nos where I live. Also where can I get a manual. Like a service manual for it. It says coinco on the label. Model no is BA30B. Can anyone help me please
Usually you can find what kind of freon you compressor is using. It should be written on the compressor or give me the model number of the compressor and I will tell you what freon is used. To find out about the service manual I need to know the model of the soda machine (BA30B is the model of the bill excepted not the machine model).
I have a Genesis GO-137 machine that won't cool. I replaced the entire cooling unit a couple months ago and now it won't cool again. I don't want to keep replacing the entire unit. I was told they often get Freon leaks, which may or may not be able to be repaired. Since the machine is discontinued I have to buy refurbished cooling units and hope they work. Is there anything I can do to avoid buying a new unit?
You need to find an honest compressor guy who will find the leak and fix your compressor correctly. The best way to have technician rebuild your compressor and install himself.
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