Im working on an RTAC350. Before the + was introduced. External OVS.
I think they evap tubes got bad enough that it washed out the separator. its running 34F glycol in open process.
For some reason I have no manual control of the slide with Techview. I need to get it unloaded for a while to see if I can get it back. Is there no manual control on it because its a little older or are all the RTACs like that? Do I have to unload it with toggle switches or what. There must be a faster way. Thoughts?
Pull the wire that goes to the female step loader. It'll never load past 40% RLA, regardless of what the male load/unload is doing.
may need kestrel view to do that.
kestrelView won't manually unload compressor also.
Originally Posted by r404a
You could raise the set point.......
Raising the set point is the obvious solution. However it has a twin next to it that will compensate.
Pulling off the solenoid works just fine. It doesn't matter in any case. I wanted to see if I could get the oil back to the separator which didn't work. I have no history on this machine, I just got thrown onto it. I think it actually has no oil. Pulled the charge and its 160# short.
There is oil everywhere but I was told it was from a previous leak. So i'll leak test, distill what I got and do a few repairs while the charge is out. Thanks for the solenoid tip. I don't know why they left that out of the RTAC program. I think the RTAA has that option. Oh well. Another day at the office.
Is the oil scavenger line clogged not allowing oil to return? Is there a solenoid in the scavenger line? If so, is it working?