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Danby all refrigerator model D1707W

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I have a Danby all refrigerator model no D1707W that is not cooling good anymore.It used to cool great but not now.What are some of the things that I can check out?Also is there a service manual available for this thing?Thanks for your time.

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Not much info available for the Danby aside from the wiring diagram on the back.  Looks like your model uses a mechanical thermostat.  What are your exact symptoms?

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It is about 50 degrese inside the unit and it is running.Should the fans be running at all times?

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can you take a picture of the wiring diagram and post it here or somewhere ?

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Wiring diagram is too faded out.Sorry

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Went back to the refrigerator and found that it is not running.Checked the compressor with a ohm meter and it should that it was good,also checked the compressor for grounding,not grounded.When the thermostrat is calling for refrigeration,shouldn't the wires to the compressor be showing voltage?

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I don't see any fan motors on the breakdown but it's a lousy breakdown that Danby provides.  Looks like a wraparound evaporator.  If the evaporator is exposed, feel for cooling completely across the sides and back of coil when running.  Might also check the compressor relay for continuity.

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