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 House current with a 115v 60hz Delfield display cooler

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Curb Hopper

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House current with a 115v 60hz Delfield display cooler Fri, 10/19/12 5:50 PM (permalink)
Should this cooler run normal in the garage? Thx!
<message edited by Curb Hopper on Fri, 10/19/12 5:53 PM>
 
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    edwmax

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    Re:House current with a 115v 60hz Delfield display cooler Fri, 10/19/12 7:25 PM (permalink)
    You didn't tell us what the amperage draw of the cooler is?  It should work just fine on a 120v/20 amp circuit (max. 16 amp) and might be ok on a 120v/15 amp circuit if the current draw is less than 11 amps. 
    ... just guessing from the info you provided and assuming this DOES NOT require a 120v/30 amp circuit.
    <message edited by edwmax on Fri, 10/19/12 7:28 PM>
     
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      roadkillgrill

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      Re:House current with a 115v 60hz Delfield display cooler Fri, 10/19/12 7:52 PM (permalink)
      I would be concerned with the contents over the winter. That cooler is going to be afreezer if your garage isnt heated...LOL (My brother used to like in Boothbay Harbor)
       
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        Curb Hopper

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        Re:House current with a 115v 60hz Delfield display cooler Fri, 10/19/12 11:28 PM (permalink)
        It's an 8.5A.

        They seem to be running well but I'm not 100%.

        Cooler got to below 40 in less than an hour.

        Question: there are 2 fans near the coils, are they both meant to run when it cycles through? One kicks in full speed and the other lags.

        Just bought 2 of these coolers and I have a 30 day warranty. The units are being tested in garage and eventually going into a truck.
         
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          edwmax

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          Re:House current with a 115v 60hz Delfield display cooler Sat, 10/20/12 7:32 AM (permalink)
          Curb Hopper


          It's an 8.5A.

          They seem to be running well but I'm not 100%.

          Cooler got to below 40 in less than an hour.

          Question: there are 2 fans near the coils, are they both meant to run when it cycles through? One kicks in full speed and the other lags.

          Just bought 2 of these coolers and I have a 30 day warranty. The units are being tested in garage and eventually going into a truck.

           
          Do a web search for the equipment manual or repair guide. You have the model number.
           
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