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    Default fridge Problems Waeco CB-110

    I have a waeco CB-110 Fridge that dose not, work compresor seems to cut in and out but it dosnt seem to get cold dose any one know any repair agents in the Emsworth hampshire area

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    My new boat has a fridge which does the same

    (12v compressor/built in cool box, thermostat)

    Seller declared it dodgy so no complaints, though he did say (wishful thinking?) that it 'worked sometimes'...

    As an impecunious fettler, oop North, anything I can do myself to check/test/fix/accept as unrepairable/ (and take frozen 2ltr water bottles)?

    Nick (Rivendell)

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    Dunno, but it sounds as if you've lost your refrigerant.

    I would contact Waeco for a solution, but you may need to dismount your cooling plate and send it to them for recharging.

    Good luck.

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    Default Fridge repair

    Around here there are many mobilr car aircon rep[air people who would have all the gear to regas the fridge. (provided they knew how much to put in) and provided they found the leak,
    good luck olewill

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    See my website for detailed information on the need to recharge refrigerators, and how to do it. Look under Heating and Refrigeration>Refrigeration.
    Answers to some technical queries at http://coxengineering.sharepoint.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by vyv_cox View Post
    See my website for detailed information on the need to recharge refrigerators, and how to do it. Look under Heating and Refrigeration>Refrigeration.
    Thanks Vyv-

    Really interesting reading.

    Nick

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    When mine played up last year a repair chap said that the gas and compressor would be ok and just to replace the black control box that the wires plug into. I did and it has worked since then.

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