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Beverage Air 49" Dual Access Forced Air Milk Cooler

49" single access, forced air milk cooler; White exterior with a stainless steel lid, door, adjustable hinges, and latches; One-piece, reinforced stainless steel floor for maximum milk crate support; Galvanized steel interior; Heavy duty epoxy coated steel wire floor racks are provided for added floor protection; Floor drain is centrally located for easy cleaning; Exterior thermometer, cylinder lock, bottom drain, and 4" swivel casters (2 w/ locks) are included; Foam insulation helps to prevent liquid penetration that results in foul odors; Case Capacity: (12) 13" x 13" x 11"; Case Capacity: (8) 19" x 13" x 11"; Made in the USA; UL Listed; NSF Approved; ENERGY STAR®; 3 Year Parts/Labor Warranty; 5 Year Compressor Warranty
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Where do the sensors for the thermost go also where does the sensor for the thermometer go

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Thanks for getting in touch with Tundra Restaurant Supply with your question.

Both the thermostat and thermometer for the Beverage Air STF49-1-W 49" Dual Access Forced Air Milk Cooler are located internally.

Here is the parts manual for this particular milk cooler, complete with part locations and diagrams, for your convenience: http://www.etundra.com/ShowDocument...
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