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  1. He claims he gets so few back that he fixes any...

    He claims he gets so few back that he fixes any of them that haven't been badly physically damaged. Pretty sure for free or very little cost.

    I can't speak for him necessarily though.

    You...
  2. Mine will jump around like that if it's screwed...

    Mine will jump around like that if it's screwed right on the pump. They had an issue with how the sensor was connected to the board I think. You should contact JoeyD on here and get it resolved. I...
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    http://m.partstown.com/pitco/ptp5047541 Here's...

    http://m.partstown.com/pitco/ptp5047541

    Here's one


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    Almost positive they're 750. The keatings...

    Almost positive they're 750.

    The keatings I've worked on are wire lead type. I've only ever seen a screw type on old Pitco fryers.


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    Those powerpiles work the same as a normal one....

    Those powerpiles work the same as a normal one. 155 millivolts is low. 200 is normally the dropout threshold


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    Custard Machine Expert Needed!

    That was out of the operator manual.

    I can't find the right model number for a pre intelitec CC unit service manual.

    Nothing mentions grainy that I've browed through either.

    Hopefully...
  7. Is 507 on the phase out list? It's almost the...

    Is 507 on the phase out list? It's almost the same as 404. Works well supposedly. Might be a better option to think about? Might be around longer than 404 with the EPA?


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    Flights worn? Sent from my iPhone using...

    Flights worn?


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    I found the info for the old Ross (Stoelting) CC...

    I found the info for the old Ross (Stoelting) CC model units.

    28-32 AXV setting for barrel.
    27 psi setting for CPR valve.


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    Yes but very little. Like 10%-20% I think. That's...

    Yes but very little. Like 10%-20% I think. That's why it runs solid at a higher temp than soft serve.


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    Hmm. That's older than I've played with then. ...

    Hmm. That's older than I've played with then.

    That barrel AXV setting should be correct still.


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    Says 28-32 psi for evap pressure setting (AXV) ...

    Says 28-32 psi for evap pressure setting (AXV)


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    Well I do some Freddy's locations. They're the...

    Well I do some Freddy's locations. They're the same concept almost.

    Does it have digital controllers for each barrel? "Intelitec" to be specific? With a small readout and a green and orange led?...
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    What model is it? I can access the tech books...

    What model is it? I can access the tech books through Stoelting.


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    Hmm. Old mix? Is it feeding slow? I've had...

    Hmm.

    Old mix?
    Is it feeding slow? I've had the gear box strip out so it doesn't flow as much as they want in...



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  16. My goal was to have replaceable batteries to be...

    My goal was to have replaceable batteries to be able to quick swap if dead instead of having to charge in place.

    So did you use a parallel or series holder? Parallel I assume. And you plug in the...
  17. I have an accutools gas leak detector. Seems to...

    I have an accutools gas leak detector. Seems to work great. Made in Florida I think. Same company as the BluVac, and we all know how good of a product that is.
    ...
  18. That's the style I ordered from China already...

    That's the style I ordered from China already with the protection circuitry. Couldn't get any power out. Two holders. Zero volts out.
  19. I was trying to do a conversion and basically...

    I was trying to do a conversion and basically have all the parts there. But the battery holders for the 18650 cells have stumbled me up. Can't find any.


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  20. Yes. Trapped oil! Been there, done that!

    Yes. Trapped oil!

    Been there, done that!
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    Some of the flukes are only 60K ohms even. ...

    Some of the flukes are only 60K ohms even.


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  22. I do fast food refrigeration. My personal...

    I do fast food refrigeration.

    My personal favorite is the master built reverse cycle defrost.

    But as far as energy savings, the KE2 Evaporator Efficiency System on standard electric defrost...
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    Supposedly manitowoc is trying to sell off the...

    Supposedly manitowoc is trying to sell off the Foodservice brands. Hot side I assume.


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    Interesting. Haven't seen it Sent from...

    Interesting.

    Haven't seen it


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    Exactly my point too. On a K body style semi...

    Exactly my point too.

    On a K body style semi hermetic compressor, the motor section must be cooled by something. The suction gas does not cool the motor on this style of semi. Suction gas cools...
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    If on a water cooled condenser they use that...

    If on a water cooled condenser they use that custom water wrap. I've never had luck re rapping them.




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    This is a good discussion... I don't know how...

    This is a good discussion...

    I don't know how much it hurts the compressor but an air cooled semi is just that... air cooled, not suction cooled ****if you're talking about k body style semis the...
  28. Great! Thanks for the feedback. Sent...

    Great!

    Thanks for the feedback.


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  29. If it's freezing right after the drier.... Did...

    If it's freezing right after the drier....

    Did you change the drier when doing the evap?

    Did you possibly plug the outlet of the drier while brazing?

    Why not cut a few inches off the cap...
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    If you had a short you wouldn't be seeing full...

    If you had a short you wouldn't be seeing full voltage to the actuator.

    I assume the actuator is supposed to be 24vdc.

    I've worker on one similar to that unit but it was a bad limit switch so...
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    The system uses a thermistor on a u bend of the...

    The system uses a thermistor on a u bend of the evap toward the exit (I think) to help it decide to run more/less air. I can't see there being an issue with liquid flood back to the compressor.
    ...
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    Made in USA!! Huge plus. Sent from my...

    Made in USA!!

    Huge plus.


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    There is a correct procedure. Google sporlan...

    There is a correct procedure.

    Google sporlan 90-30-1

    That's their PDF on the proper procedure to charge systems with head pressure control valves.


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  34. Which style Frymaster actuators? Linear or...

    Which style Frymaster actuators? Linear or rotary? I've replaced a couple linears, both on return valves. Don't think I have any units new enough to be rotary actuators.

    I've replaced dozens of...
  35. Now this, this is what I call documentation!

    SG models are always millivolt from my experience. They say "Frialator" on the front door. Pitco calls the burner setup the "Solstice" burner system.

    I originally confused that with the more...
  36. Most of the pitco's I see are millivolt units. No...

    Most of the pitco's I see are millivolt units. No roll out switch at all. I like them. Ya, they get dirty and don't burn right but I can't think of any of them rolling out and being a big issue. They...
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    Surprises me how many refrigeration guys don't...

    Surprises me how many refrigeration guys don't know there's a process for charging these systems.


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  38. The griddle probe is critical for calibrating....

    The griddle probe is critical for calibrating. But very expensive. $200-$300


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  39. I was talking about the Henny Penny pump seal...

    I was talking about the Henny Penny pump seal kit. Their pump design in general is worlds better than any other design in my opinion.

    There's been a few revisions to the Frymaster 4gpm pump over...
  40. I've been pretty happy with the Henny Penny units...

    I've been pretty happy with the Henny Penny units VS the frymasters. Frymasters tech handbook has the best wiring diagrams I've ever seen though.

    Pump leaking? Replace a $50 pump seal!!


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  41. Micron sensor update?? [emoji16] Sent from...

    Micron sensor update?? [emoji16]


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    Thanks for the quick response! Are there any...

    Thanks for the quick response!

    Are there any plans on a Bluetooth capable model?

    Thanks again!


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    JoeyD- Whats the deal with the new "BluVac...

    JoeyD-

    Whats the deal with the new "BluVac Pro"?


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  44. Hey Jim.... Update on micron sensor? ...

    Hey Jim....

    Update on micron sensor?

    Please... [emoji51]


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    Well, I bought this meter and have played with it...

    Well, I bought this meter and have played with it some. I like the wireless function. Still playing.


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    Imperial Tools iConnect (TM)

    Anxious for the micron sensor.


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  47. Jim- what's the ETA on a micron sensor? Sent...

    Jim- what's the ETA on a micron sensor?


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  48. Haha. I wish. This poor thing is in a $2mil per...

    Haha. I wish. This poor thing is in a $2mil per year kitchen right now. I feel sorry for it. On at 5am, off at midnight. Bank of 3 h50's.


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  49. The major parts book has been around for a while....

    The major parts book has been around for a while. I know they were doing it back in 2010 or 11 when I went to the factory.

    I recently had to cut an old interface board apart because the molex...
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    EC-- I've worked on one big newer mixer that had...

    EC-- I've worked on one big newer mixer that had a drive in it. All custom though it looked like. Suprise surprise with hobart, lol. Had a two speed motor with the wiring from both speeds wired into...
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