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April 24, 2023

If your commercial refrigerator stops cooling properly, there are a few possible causes. Your refrigerator may have a shorted circuit or blown fuse. It can also be in a warm place. Check the temperature with a thermometer to determine the issue. If your refrigerator is not cooling properly, contact a professional to diagnose the problem and make necessary repairs.

If the refrigerator is not cooling, the most likely cause is a malfunction in its refrigerator. This part feeds the cable to the compressor. If this part is faulty, you must first disconnect the refrigerator from the wall before attempting to repair the appliance.

Another possible reason is improper installation. If the refrigerator is not installed properly, the thermostat may not work properly. This malfunction can affect the cooling and heating parts of the refrigerator. Depending on the make and model of your commercial refrigerator, you may need to install an additional cooling unit. This prevents the refrigerator from overheating.

Other possible causes of a refrigerator not cooling include a damaged compressor or door seals. The rubber gasket helps keep cold air in and warm air out. A damaged or defective rubber gasket can allow warm air to enter the refrigerator and cause the internal temperature to rise. Broken or loose hinges can also cause problems. If these issues do not resolve the problem, contact the manufacturer for assistance.

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