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  1. Slugging and floodback are two different things.

    Slugging and floodback are two different things.
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    Whatever you do, do NOT sand the evap walls too...

    Whatever you do, do NOT sand the evap walls too smooth. If you do, the ice will sometimes rotate with the auger instead of being forced upward. It will freeze up and torque out in 20 seconds under...
  3. Oh, and yes. You can remove the bearings without...

    Oh, and yes. You can remove the bearings without replacing any seals. The top bearing housing has no seal. Just remove band and twist out top bearing housing. The bottom bearing housing just has an...
  4. Check all the obvious things: Is it clean? This...

    Check all the obvious things: Is it clean? This includes the ice compression nozzle. If you have more than one random torqueout, just remove the bearings and check them. It is so easy on Folletts.
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    It has nothing to do with saving a negligible...

    It has nothing to do with saving a negligible amount of profit per unit. It has to do with service life reliability. Over the service life of your average, well-maintained reach-in, there is no need...
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    If you put a non-oem (not a constant cut-in)...

    If you put a non-oem (not a constant cut-in) control on a True reach in, are you sensing air temp or coil temp? I wouldn't put an air temp control on one of those boxes. You will have freeze up...
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    Remember, a solid-core drier that is a size or...

    Remember, a solid-core drier that is a size or two larger does not hold very much extra refrigerant. A larger drier has a larger dessicant/filtration core and won't hold much more liquid.
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    I think those covers are there more to contain...

    I think those covers are there more to contain shrapnel from a terminal blowout than they are to protect anyone from the live electrics.
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    They don't need heaters. They need more defrosts....

    They don't need heaters. They need more defrosts. Some of my problem open cases run at least a 20 minute defrost every two hours to keep coils clear. You also need to make sure the coil superheats...
  10. I am not familiar with the model you listed, but...

    I am not familiar with the model you listed, but I think you might be misunderstanding the refrigeration circuits. Most Victory cold-wall prep tables have two circuits; One for the evaporator below,...
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    Different refrigerants are different densities,...

    Different refrigerants are different densities, so a hose full of liquid of one kind of refrigerant will be a different weight than a hose full of a different refrigerant. It isn't a huge deal when...
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    The left hand condenser fan blade is on the wrong...

    The left hand condenser fan blade is on the wrong way around, and the blades don't even match.

    The condenser is probably dirty. They always are.
  13. Thread: pump down

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    I have heard many times that the main purpose of...

    I have heard many times that the main purpose of a fan delay is to lower load on compressors. I don't really agree.

    During hot pull down, the fans stay off until coil is below freezing, then they...
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    I have hundreds of mechanical, remote bulb...

    I have hundreds of mechanical, remote bulb controls mounted inside cold rooms. They work just fine that way. Also, loosing head pressure during low ambients will usually cause the suction line temp...
  15. Wow, Mr. Guy! That would cut my business in half!...

    Wow, Mr. Guy! That would cut my business in half!

    I used to roll my eyes when I encountered a reach in with no ports, but I understand why they do this. It really is best for small systems with...
  16. I can only think of one grill cooler (of maybe...

    I can only think of one grill cooler (of maybe 100 that are in my service locations) that could be remoted. They have to be able to be moved out from under the hood.
  17. The purpose of the fan delay is to allow the...

    The purpose of the fan delay is to allow the defrost heat added by the heaters to be removed instead of blown into the room, and to allow residual moisture to re-freeze on the coil so it isn't blown...
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    Well, it sounds like the overload is sensing an...

    Well, it sounds like the overload is sensing an overload!
  19. Most beers would probably be fine (not frozen)...

    Most beers would probably be fine (not frozen) around 28F, but if a standard keg pressure is maintained over the beer (10-14psig) at those temps the beer will overcarbonate quite a bit and be very...
  20. They can have all the opinions they want, what I...

    They can have all the opinions they want, what I stated is matter of physics.
  21. 33-34 is too cold for storage of keg beer. If not...

    33-34 is too cold for storage of keg beer. If not allowed to warm up a little before tapping, it will over carbonate.
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    What is wrong with this piping? I don't see...

    What is wrong with this piping? I don't see anything that would cause any oil return issues with that tiny little system.
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    The sanitize light on Prodigy's is turned on...

    The sanitize light on Prodigy's is turned on based on elapsed time and means nothing to to the operation of the machine. You can change the amount of time that has to pass before it illuminates, or...
  24. Make sure the water pump is pushed firmly up into...

    Make sure the water pump is pushed firmly up into its mount.

    Sent from my ADR6350 using Tapatalk 2
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    Manitowoc RFO399A Condenser Fan Cycling

    Hello all. Last week I sold a customer an RF0399A flaker. I haven't sold this particular model to anyone before. Well, right out of the box the condenser fan is cycling excessively. It would run 5...
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