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Thread: True TDD-1 kegerator, not getting cold, compressor checks out

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    Default True TDD-1 kegerator, not getting cold, compressor checks out

    I have a True brand TDD-1 kegerator that took a couple inches of water from Harvey. After that, the kegerator stopped cooling although the fan still runs.

    I followed tips online and after checking the compressor terminals, am thinking that I can rule out a shot compressor.

    I suspect either the overload or relay, but don't know how to test either component. I tried following the instructions from Rick in a similarly named post on here, including disconnecting the wire from the overload to the compressor, then testing between this wire on the overload and the other overload terminal, and am getting continuity... not sure that is a good or bad sign.

    Any tips on testing the overload and the relay to hopefully isolate the cause?

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    For reference, this is the other thread that I was referring to. Same model.

    True TDD-1 kegerator, not getting cold

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