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True manufactured coolers are efficient in cooling foods, drinks, or other items by evaporative cooling. A cooler is an air-cooled device that uses evaporative cooling to cool the air inside the device. A True's commercial cooler uses a vapor-compression cooler system and can be self-contained or remote-condensing. Cooler made with temperature controls, fan blades, motors, and other True cooler parts. It is made for storing food and drinks, keeping the products at a constant temperature to preserve their quality.

Most restaurants and food businesses rely on True cooler systems to store and maintain their products' freshness and coldness. You must use your new True cooler properly to get the best results from it. Are you searching for True cooler door parts or other True components? Then visit PartsFe. We offer the best deals in the minimum price range for your restaurant kitchen equipment replacement parts.

FAQs

Why does my true cooler keep freezing?

The defrost cycle is an integral aspect of the cooler system. The cooling system may not keep up with the defrost cycle if the thermostat is set too low.

Why is my True beer cooler not getting cold?

First, determine whether the condenser coils need to be cleaned. The compressor may overheat and malfunction because of dirty condenser coils. Recharge the refrigerant and determine whether it is over or undercharged. Verify the overload protector for any issues.

How do I adjust True beer cooler temperature control?

To adjust the temperature on a True beer cooler, locate the thermostat dial inside the unit and turn it to the desired temperature setting, typically in the range of 33°F to 38°F (0.6°C to 3.3°C), for optimal beer storage and serving.

Where can I find True cooler accessories?

True cooler accessories are available through authorized dealers, online retailers, and the official True Manufacturing website.

What should I do if my True cooler not cooling properly?

If your True cooler not cooling properly as it should, check for issues such as dirty condenser coils, a malfunctioning thermostat, or low refrigerant levels. It's advisable to contact a certified technician for diagnosis and repairs.

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