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Red Bull VV-2N Fridge

Post  tehSAC on Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:15 am

Found a fridge this weekend and picked it up. Both bulbs are burnt out but I dont think that will be an issue to find them. It is also missing its rack/s. I plugged it in and it's fan started to run so I pulled the trigger. Tonight I plugged it in and let it run for awhile. Is it normal for the fan/compressor to shut off after awhile or did I pick up a dud? I only paid 65 bucks for it, but I would be gutted if it is a bad purchase.

So experts what do you know?


Oh and this is my first post. Look forward to reading and learning more! Thanks!



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Post  vanvalks on Tue Mar 27, 2012 6:02 am

Welcome to the forums! Sounds like you got a pretty good deal. A working fridge for $65 is a good deal. It is normal for the compressor and fan to cycle on and off. Once the compressor gets too hot or the fridge reaches the desired temperature inside it will shut off. The main thing is whether it is getting your drinks cold and holding a constant temperature. Post a pic of your new fridge.
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Post  tehSAC on Tue Mar 27, 2012 6:17 pm

Well it seemed to hold a constant temperature over night. Just need to find some racks and the correct bulbs and I will be in business.

Here it is after I picked it up.

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Post  tehSAC on Wed Mar 28, 2012 12:17 am

Well I'm not sure if it is cooling actually. The fan on the back wall of the fridge isn't moving so I'm afraid I might have to replace it. Is it a plug and play part or is it more involved?

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Post  vanvalks on Thu Mar 29, 2012 7:21 pm

Fans are typically really easy to replace. Google the serial number on the fan and you can usually quickly find a fan with the same dimensions, speed, and voltage. Once you have the replacement fan it is just a matter of wiring it in using the existing wires.
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