Hello My name is Ian ~ I am not on the site constantly so please be patient whilst waiting for responses to you queries
Can you give me the model number please?
OK can you get it out of its enclosure and get access to the rear of the appliance?
OK I need you to do four things for me, I need the appliance to remain connected to the electric, I need you to put your hand on the compressor and tell me if it is hot or cold, I need you to tell me what refrigerant it is working on and finally I need you to tell me if you can hear a clicking when it cuts itself off ~ Ian
Refrigerant will be either R134a or R600a and be mentioned on a label stuck to the compressor
OK when it cuts out do you hear a click? Where have you got it located, in the kitchen?
At this point I am assuming that you have got in a warm environment and that there is no clicking coming from the back of the motor (compressor) if this is the case then you either have a fault with the electric control board or one or both of the sensors that feed it with information ~ Ian
Does the temperature ever get below +5C in the part of the kitchen it is located in?
I cannot help you if you are not prepared to give me the information that I require to carry out the diagnosis, I have given you an opinion based on guesswork so far, as you haven't given me the basic information required. You are my eyes and ears, if you don't help me then we both fail
Wine coolers are not like normal refrigerators they depending upon the type of wine are required to operate at different temperature levels within the same cabinet. This makes the external or ambient temperature very critical hence my question.