We recently bought a "beverage center fridge": http://imgur.com/a/rI8Gt
It is brand new. It has been running for a week. It is nice and cold and the condensor seems to be operating as normal: on and off (it is not constantly on). However, the fans under the unit that blow across the condensor never shut off and they are loud. My kitchen sounds like a wind tunnel. My understanding is that these fans should only be on when the condensor turns on.
So my question is, what can cause this failure? This is brand new (no dust or dirtiness), and the condensor is operating on/off as normal, so I didn't think it was the thermostat. So what part can be broken that triggers these fans to be on all the time?
I could live with the noise of these fans if they were on a small portion of the time when the condensor is on, however I'm returning it if this is "by design".
The manual has a wiring diagram but I'm not an electrician and don't know what to make of it. Here's a pic of that diagram: http://imgur.com/a/V9yTE