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Have it replaced. They are important in the cooling process. Act fast because you could cause further damage. If you can, unplug it until a tech can look at it.

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L1 goes to 1-2 on Clock, L2 or Neutral to N on Clock, Defrost heater to 3 on Clock, Defrost Limit/Fan Delay to X on clock

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I have a generic wiring diagram that I use on all my installs that works very well. It is basically the same for most all commercial walk in freezers. Send me a email address and I'll scan and forward what I have.

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either the cold control thermostat is defective or the rtc overload contactor has welded itself together and cant open and close the power contacts to the unit,un plug the cold control and see if the unit stops then

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Can you blow it out with compressed air? If so leave it together, and blow it out.

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Green light usally means that the freezer is in good working condition. Red light means the door is slightly open and wasn't shut properly. Sometimes the seal on the door has gotten old or twisted.

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Look to see if you have ice build up on the back panel of your freezer on the inside. If you do, chances are something in defrost cycle has failed. If you don't, you'll need to see if the compressor is running. Either way, you'll probably need someone to come out and look at it.

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call a repair service . LOCALLY

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The problem with laying down a fridge or freezer is the compressor lubricating oil can leave the compressor and enter the refrigerator tubing. It is best practice to allow these appliances to stand upright for a period before switching on to allow the oil to run back into the compressor.
Some people say four hours is sufficient and some say six hours. I suppose if some logic was injected into the situation it would depend of how long transportation has taken and the longer it has been horizontal the longer it should stand idle...

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Hi there, check this out http://igloo.curtisint.com/product-support/

there is no number but you can write the company and request a repair/parts and they should accommodate as for this item is still considered "active" status.
good luck

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Most likely indicates temperatures are not cold enough. Call service.

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