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Flashing "ee" Message On Kegerator

Discussion in 'Gear and Equipment' started by hoppinmad, 16/2/11.

 

  1. sp0rk

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    Posted 2/8/19
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  2. uwtriguy

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    Yes sorry. Wisconsin, USA here. We just discussed our ridiculous measurement system this morning on a run. 36F is my temp.

    Fine tuning the temp. It’s anywhere from 3-4 degrees colder from the display based on the digital grill thermometer I put inside. I’m not going to sweat too much about cold beer on tap though...

    Hope someone can get their EE back running without too much fuss.

     
  3. Phil Juice

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    Nice!! Will try that later today as well! Will keep you posted
     
  4. Phil Juice

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    OMG. This worked!!! Bro, I owe you!! :) this made my day! Also took off the sticker circuit board, it looked completely fine but did the trick!

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  5. BadSeed

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    Posted 13/8/19
    I had the same problem a couple of years ago.
    Here is the post from Oliver and Geoffs place:
    "It was possibly the switch panel on the front or the pcb/power unit behind that.
    So I bought both and replaced both for $92."

    Cheap enough and easy to fix. Hope this helps someone.
     

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