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Old 09-02-2022, 06:52 AM   #1
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Default eureka dsr c60 not cooling moist only

my refrigerator model eureka dsr c60 is not cooling only moist, but the light is turn on and compressor is sounds too loud this is what i checked

1.relay - ok continuity
2.overload - ok continuity
3.thermostat - ok continuity
4.evaporator when i touch it is cold
5.condenser not warm / filter not warm
6.i hear running like water sounds on evaporator

do you think it is a compressor problem?? please help
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Old 09-03-2022, 04:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: eureka dsr c60 not cooling moist only

It's a rare fridge, Eureka ESDR-C60 it's only in the Phillipines.
I can't find any service manual/wiring or parts etc. to help you.

If the compressor is noisy, it is likely worn out. Or the system pressure is low, some fridges corrode the tubing and it leaks out. I don't know what the evap noises are about.
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Old 09-05-2022, 06:23 AM   #3
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The evaporator nose is usually a sign that it could be low on Freon or restricted because of a clogged filter drier or a restricted cap tube which in either case not usually cost effective to be repaired I am not one to just replace something but I have tried to do this in the past and will not even do this for my own use

In window air conditioning units sometimes it cost effective depending on weather or not the system is not contaminated with carbon or acid or a combination of the two because of overheating the compressor then it is not cost effective to repair

In a past life I was air conditioning and refrigeration technician and did this for about 10 years

This should tell you something this is the reason I did not chime in earlier until someone else commented on this post
9 PC LCD Monitor
6 LCD Flat Screen TV
30 Desk Top Switching Power Supply
10 Battery Charger Switching Power Supply for Power Tool
6 18v Lithium Battery Power Boards for Tool Battery Packs
1 XBox 360 Switching Power Supply and M Board
25 Servo Drives 220/460 3 Phase
6 De-soldering Station Switching Power Supply 1 Power Supply
1 Dell Mother Board
15 Computer Power Supply
1 HP Printer Supply & Control Board * lighting finished it *

These two repairs where found with a ESR meter...> Temp at 50*F then at 90*F the ESR reading more than 10%

1 Over Head Crane Current Sensing Board ( VFD Failure Five Years Later )
2 Hem Saw Computer Stack Board

All of these had CAPs POOF
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