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    Obviously, if a txt is flooding after being...

    Obviously, if a txt is flooding after being replaced it has to be adjusted. Don't get me wrong when I say I don't adjust. I work on non critical Med temp cases mostly. Most of the time there was no...
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    Thanks for the link

    Thanks for the link
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    Sorry, I've yet to run into a bad accumulator. I...

    Sorry, I've yet to run into a bad accumulator. I see separators go out often. Usually mesh screen has a hole or float is stuck
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    I've never seen an oil return line on...

    I've never seen an oil return line on Accumulators, do you know what size and brand have them?
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    True, didn't think about that. It's also less...

    True, didn't think about that. It's also less piping with loop if I'm not mistaken
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    Superheat on med temp about 10-14 depending if...

    Superheat on med temp about 10-14 depending if it's open or closed case. Low temp 7-11 depending on same thing
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    Never needed to. Works like a charm every time on...

    Never needed to. Works like a charm every time on sporlan valves. Unless it's a Danfoss valve lol
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    On a new install yes, maybe. But if it was...

    On a new install yes, maybe. But if it was already adjusted and has been running then there should be no reason to adjust. Again, most that needed adjustment were bad. I'm sure if you give customer...
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    I find that if you need to adjust superheat it's...

    I find that if you need to adjust superheat it's better to replace. I work in supermarkets and a store can have up to 100 txvs for different applications. Adjusting usual doesn't work
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    Best place to place a LLSV

    I do Commercial refrigeration in So Cal, some of my stores have solenoid valves at rack and some at cases. Obviously at rack would be the smarter way to do it because you eliminate the need to look...
  11. Thanks everyone for the feedback. Ive removed...

    Thanks everyone for the feedback. Ive removed Solenoid and wired to shut condensing unit off. i was able to add more charge without changing head pressure too much. Hope it works.
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    If everyone did a good job, there wouldn't be...

    If everyone did a good job, there wouldn't be much work for us good guys
  13. If i decide to go the receiver route i will...

    If i decide to go the receiver route i will probably just double my capacity 24lbs vs 11.7 and take out old receiver and put new one on outside. 2 will look stupid to me. seems like I'm asking to be...
  14. Ive ran a smaller unit for 2 cases same length...

    Ive ran a smaller unit for 2 cases same length and didn't have any issues. You've seen this before?
  15. Outdoor unit.

    Outdoor unit.
  16. Id like to see a pic for future reference. ...

    Id like to see a pic for future reference. Wouldn't even know how to size or pipe the thing.
  17. Exactly why i don't want to go the route

    Exactly why i don't want to go the route
  18. LMAO hahah Sorry guys been swapped with calls...

    LMAO hahah

    Sorry guys been swapped with calls left and right. Im going back Thursday to remove LLSV and add a little bit of Freon.

    To answer some questions

    System is brand new. Evacuated 3...
  19. So its okay to have receiver outside condensing...

    So its okay to have receiver outside condensing unit?
  20. Sorry 11.3 its TEHA020E6

    Sorry 11.3 its TEHA020E6
  21. 11.7 @90%

    11.7 @90%
  22. Right before T on first case

    Right before T on first case
  23. Problem is, Trenton builds their units pretty...

    Problem is, Trenton builds their units pretty tight. Dont have room inside unit. Only option would be outside unit which i dont like
  24. High-side 248 psi Low-side 60.2 psi 75 degree...

    High-side 248 psi Low-side 60.2 psi
    75 degree ambient
    during pump down climbs to 340 right before it shuts off on LP

    Evacuvated system 3 times. got down to about 800 microns (I know 200-500 is...
  25. Bought condensing unit ready to go. Weighed in...

    Bought condensing unit ready to go. Weighed in initial charge 12lbs. System starving, continued added and pumping down every couple pounds to insure HP switch doesnt go off during pump down
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