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  1. Thread: Hand Sinks

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    Thanks for the replies. Apparently, it's a moot...

    Thanks for the replies. Apparently, it's a moot issue because the boss said, "It ain't gonna happen." I didn't ask her to elaborate and I didn't ask her what she plans to do when the inspector...
  2. Thread: Hand Sinks

    by SandShark
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    Hand Sinks

    Today, the County Health Inspector visited our school district's kitchens. One of the kitchens she inspected was built in 1975. I was not there when the inspection took place, but the kitchen...
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    There has to be something that caused the...

    There has to be something that caused the contactors to go bad, especially since there were two different contactors on two different pieces of equipment. I suspect there were voltage issues when...
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    We have the same unit in one of our school's...

    We have the same unit in one of our school's concession stands. Thankfully, I've not had to change the compressor in it, but I have had to change the condenser fan motor. That wasn't much fun. As...
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    So, are you just throwing parts at it? ...

    So, are you just throwing parts at it?

    Anyway, I was going to ask if you checked the harvest assist when the machine wouldn't come out of defrost. Many times, the machine will go into harvest...
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    Did you ever diagnose what was causing the...

    Did you ever diagnose what was causing the problem? Was it the timer? Inquiring minds want to know. :grin2:
  7. Actually, I was asking about the freezer and...

    Actually, I was asking about the freezer and cooler, so I caused the confusion. :Faint: I didn't want to buy two of the 450s in case they didn't work out, so I tried the one on the freezer first. ...
  8. Thanks! Yes, it seems to be very happy in its...

    Thanks! Yes, it seems to be very happy in its home. :grin2:
  9. Yes, Control Mode is set to "On". Regarding...

    Yes, Control Mode is set to "On".

    Regarding loss of power to terminals 1 and 3, the instructions say "When the voltage on these terminals is re-applied, the unit will not re-energize until the...
  10. 208V

    208V
  11. I'm not quite sure I know what you mean, but the...

    I'm not quite sure I know what you mean, but the ICM450 N.O. contacts are wired in series with dual pressure control and oil pressure control. The pump down solenoid is independent of these controls.
  12. Uhh...user error. :oops:

    Uhh...user error. :oops:
  13. Installed and working. 544181

    Installed and working.

    544181
  14. True that.

    True that.
  15. More than once. When I did that, I got different...

    More than once. When I did that, I got different fault codes. I talked to ICM technical support this morning and the guy told me the controls will put out faults when they're first energized and...
  16. Okay, so I acquired and installed the ICM450, but...

    Okay, so I acquired and installed the ICM450, but I ran into an issue. I'm getting the fault Front Phase Reversal, which says:

    Lines 1, 2, or 3 are not in sequence (not 120 phase shifted) with...
  17. I, more or less, am the customer since I am the...

    I, more or less, am the customer since I am the school district's equipment technician for all the refrigeration equipment and more. My boss is the Director of Child Nutrition. She knows absolutely...
  18. Alrighty then. Delay on break it is. Much...

    Alrighty then. Delay on break it is. Much appreciated, fellow cohorts.
  19. Time Delay Suggestions for Walk-In-Freezer/Cooler

    This past year the "gubment" installed a Kohler diesel backup power generator to run the whole high school in the event of a power failure. Primarily, the system was installed because our high...
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    Ha! Ha! You described exactly how it is at my...

    Ha! Ha! You described exactly how it is at my house! I've got some tools, but they're tools, if they ever got lost, I would never miss them. All my good tools and meters are in my work truck at...
  21. I think if I was having that many problems with...

    I think if I was having that many problems with the controller and I was losing money on call backs, I'd get rid of the controller. Heatcraft never has impressed me much.
  22. N/M

    N/M
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    The troubleshooting guide says to check if the...

    The troubleshooting guide says to check if the high limit switch is open.
  24. This probably won't help you much, but I did find...

    This probably won't help you much, but I did find this:

    http://www.blodgett.com/service-training/int-ignition-training/
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    http://www.hvacrinfo.com/Cope_manuals/ELECTHB_2011...

    http://www.hvacrinfo.com/Cope_manuals/ELECTHB_2011/Section%20E_R31.pdf

    According to this section of the Copeland Electrical Handbook 2008-2009, 040-0166-15 (940-001-55) crosses to a Mars...
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    First class job. You should be proud of your...

    First class job. You should be proud of your work.
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    I agree with one of the other posters about the...

    I agree with one of the other posters about the trap at the evaporator coil. I would definitely do away with the homemade trap and go with the pre-made P-traps or, better yet, one made from 45s. I...
  28. No one has asked, but before you did all this...

    No one has asked, but before you did all this work, did the system ever work properly in the past? Also, can you post some numbers on the condensing unit like the model number and the model number...
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    As the previous poster mentions, you can't...

    As the previous poster mentions, you can't decipher Hobart serial or ML numbers. I have about 30 pieces of Hobart equipment ranging from mixers to slicers to reach-ins to dishwashers and I couldn't...
  30. I know nothing about the machine, but I did look...

    I know nothing about the machine, but I did look at the manual just now. Did you look at the manual and, if so, have you gone over the jumper settings and the circuit board diagnostics?
    ...
  31. I know nothing about the machine, but I did look...

    I know nothing about the machine, but I did look at the manual just now. Did you look at the manual and, if so, have you gone over the jumper settings and the circuit board diagnostics?
    ...
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    I've never worked on this fryer, so I have no...

    I've never worked on this fryer, so I have no knowledge of the control setup. But, you made it sound as if the unit was running without the draft inducer, which is why the heat exchanger sooted up. ...
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    Maybe the other technician didn't clean it as...

    Maybe the other technician didn't clean it as thoroughly as he claimed? The heat exchanger doesn't look like it would be easy to clean in place.
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    You're welcome. :rolleyes:

    You're welcome. :rolleyes:
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    Capillary tube, .031 i.d. 120 ...

    Capillary tube, .031 i.d. 120

    http://download.partstown.com/is-bin/intershop.static/WFS/Reedy-PartsTown-Site/-/en_US/manuals/DEL-N225_spm.pdf
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    There could be nothing wrong with the unit. What...

    There could be nothing wrong with the unit. What is the product temperature when the store says the thermometer is reading 45 degrees? They do know it goes into defrost several times a day, right?
  37. Thread: Brixing

    by SandShark
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    Right. We don't want slow syrup, do we?

    Right. We don't want slow syrup, do we?
  38. Thread: Brixing

    by SandShark
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    No, I am not an expert. I know a lot about a lot...

    No, I am not an expert. I know a lot about a lot of things, but this is one subject I could use some help. That's why I started the thread. I don't know how I am taking jobs. All I'm trying to do...
  39. Thread: Brixing

    by SandShark
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    Yeah, I guess I'll call the Coke distributor...

    Yeah, I guess I'll call the Coke distributor tomorrow and talk to someone there. Thanks for the help.
  40. Thread: Brixing

    by SandShark
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    Brixing

    I work for a school district and we have a drink system in our staff kitchen. Coca-Cola provides our syrup and CO2, but the drink system was installed by a contractor when the kitchen was...
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    What's an "emergency plumber"? Is that an HVAC/R...

    What's an "emergency plumber"? Is that an HVAC/R technician in England, which I believe is from where you're posting?
  42. Well, I enjoy reading your postings, especially...

    Well, I enjoy reading your postings, especially in the Commercial Food Service Equipment forum. The types of equipment you service is certainly impressive, even though I can't say I've heard of any...
  43. I am not familiar with this model of dishwasher,...

    I am not familiar with this model of dishwasher, but it looks similar to the C44A and C64A models I've serviced. The only thing I can suggest you do is use your meter, follow the wiring diagram and...
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    And, of course, that applies to every scenario...

    And, of course, that applies to every scenario just because you added refrigerant to a system without finding the leak. Yeah, right.
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    My specific "do" would be do find and fix the...

    My specific "do" would be do find and fix the leak first.
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    Have you tried calling Delfield? I did find...

    Have you tried calling Delfield?

    I did find this - http://www.kitchenstuff.com/thermostat-k-658-24.html which shows the part number as K-658-24. Searching for that part number brought up this -...
  47. Ph: 708-681-6300 Also, they have a contact...

    Ph: 708-681-6300

    Also, they have a contact page: ...
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    Exactly!

    Exactly!
  49. Did you look on the back of the appliance or...

    Did you look on the back of the appliance or behind the panel on the front of the appliance?
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    County Health Inspections Rant

    Being that we're a school district and we have four school kitchens and one kitchen in the administration building for district staff, our kitchens are inspected four times in a school year by the...
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