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Snack Man 2000

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  1. The person I got the machine from had 8 of them for sale because he lost a large account. I now understand why he lost the account. It has come to my attention that there are others from the lot that have the same exact issue.
  2. Okay, so I purchased a brand new Vendo 621 to replace the Wittern/ helicopter/ lawn mower/ nightmare. Have been running the 3578 for 24 hours and haven't heard the sound. I even left the door open for 30 minutes to see if it would sound off. I am wondering if it only happens when the machine is completely full? The engeneer from Wittern is sending me a thermal camera to put inside in hopes it will shed some light on the issue.
  3. They said it is there to keep moisture out of the motor. It does look like they would have used a different motor since this one has holes that can let moisture in. The aluminum tape was coming off of one of the fans.
  4. The bottom is how they looked from the factory. They have 3 pieces of foil tape on the center. One of the fans had the tape coming off, so I replaced it with Gorilla tape.
  5. Here are some pictures of the fans
  6. I am the second own of the machines. I bought a few from a guy that lost a large account, and ran them for only a short while. But they have brand new ones with the same issues. He said he has to solve the issue asap.
  7. The engeneer that I spoke to from Wittern said there are other machines in coastal areas that have the same issues. He said he would send me an infrared camera to record inside if it happens again. He is baffled.
  8. I'm pretty sure I didn't. I'm super careful not to over tighten the screws when I work on a machine. The machine was making this loud roar from the factory. The fan shroud assembly was perfectly tight when I exchanged it tye first time when the noise started.
  9. The last thing I did to stop the sound was set the temp to 41 and mad sure the door was closing tight. That's when I thought it was fixed.
  10. No, I exchanged the entire fan/shroud assembly. It ran fine for about a week and a half.
  11. I did exchange it with one from another machine. Same exact model. The other machine runs fine with the evaporator fan from the noisy machine.
  12. I had a feeling this would happen. I had the door open for probably 30 minutes while filling it up.
  13. Okay one week after the machine has been running smoothly I get the call about the sound again. This is after I have taken the machine apart and put it together numerous times set the temperature to 41 and make sure that the door is getting a Tight Seal. I have spoken with one of the engineers for wittern and he is aware of the issue he said that it seems to be a coastal issue. Does anyone have a fix for this problem please help.