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Beverage Air 59" Solid Door Back Bar Cooler

Backbar cooler, solid door; 2 doors, 4 shelves; Fits 2 straight wall kegs; Interior incandescent lighting with on/off switch; Self closing doors with locks; Snap-in door gaskets; Interior constructed of galvanized steel walls and ceiling; Condensate elimination is automatic and non-electric; 8' long cord and plug set included; Made in the USA; UL Listed; 1 Year Parts/Labor Warranty; 4 Year Compressor Warranty
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i plug it in it went down to 15 degrees f temp wont ajust. why are there two plugs?das

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The two plugs on the back consist of an outlet chord and a compressor chord. What has happened if you have bypassed the compressor chord and frozen the temperature.

Step 1: Let the cooler thaw to reset temperature
Step 2: Plug in compressor. There is a small drop chord that has a 5-15 NEMA-looking plug that appears it plugs into the wall. It does not. This chord plugs directly into the compressor to regulate the thermostat.
Step 3: Plug the outlet chord (the second chord, coming out of the side wall next to the compressor) into the wall to supply power.

One chord goes to the compressor, the other to the wall outlet. This should solve your problem. Please let us know if it does not!
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