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    There are two things you can be sure of in a...

    There are two things you can be sure of in a kitchen environment. Dirty, greasy, air cooled condensers with poor heat exchange properties and pourous, pitted evap coils caused by acids in many types...
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    the head pressure should never "skyrocket" , this...

    the head pressure should never "skyrocket" , this is probably caused by non - condensibles in the system. Remove refrigerant and pull a deep vacuum on system (below 500 microns and holds). This may...
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    Those settings seem fine. The old control may...

    Those settings seem fine. The old control may have been operating at the correct C-I and C-O. What a lp control indicates visually, and what it actually operates at, often conflict with each other.
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    the "throw stones" comment was not directed...

    the "throw stones" comment was not directed towards you , dave. Sorry for the misunderstanding. thanks for following up on the solution, selfemployed.
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    sorry for the sarcasm dave...but if you live in a...

    sorry for the sarcasm dave...but if you live in a glass house - you don't throw stones !
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    Hmmm... mechanically remove refrigerant, remove 6...

    Hmmm... mechanically remove refrigerant, remove 6 inches of cap tube, re-solder tube, pull deep vacuum on system, add nitrogen to verify leak-free and add refrigerant to system just to still have...
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    Remove refrigerant, replace filter drier and cap...

    Remove refrigerant, replace filter drier and cap tube (properly sized) Pull vacuum on system and slowly charge to about 13-17 PSI on suction. R134 systems are notorius for having restricted cap tubes...
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    Tecumseh puts out a free Service Handbook in PDF...

    Tecumseh puts out a free Service Handbook in PDF format, that has tons of great technical and reference material (including line sizing guides) It is a large file @ 3.7 MB , but well worth the wait....
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