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    I don't use any flush just large filter driers,...

    I don't use any flush just large filter driers, suction and liquid. Replace after a couple days operation if it is a bad enough burnout.
  2. I have a simple garden hose holder screwed to the...

    I have a simple garden hose holder screwed to the bulkhead. I can fit several rolls of copper on it.
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    I've heard that CO2 can have moisture, and with...

    I've heard that CO2 can have moisture, and with POE oil readily absorbing moisture seems like it could be a bad mix. I wish CO2 could be used so another bottle of gas wouldn't have to be hauled...
  4. I read in an early post about there being an...

    I read in an early post about there being an A12-700 controlling temperature, but then I read where you stated it was being controlled by a low pressure control. If it is being controlled by LP...
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    How many inches below the top gravity coil are...

    How many inches below the top gravity coil are you placing the temperature probe?
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    Used TIF and Inficon then bought an H-10. The...

    Used TIF and Inficon then bought an H-10. The H-10 has proven to be the most reliable of any I've used in the past.
  7. Thread: Brazing tips?

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    Don't allow the steel compressor stub to get...

    Don't allow the steel compressor stub to get cherry red. Put your torch on the copper first and slowly allow the steel to get hot enough to allow the braze to flow.
    As was pointed out earlier you...
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    Sure, generously sized suction and liquid drier +...

    Sure, generously sized suction and liquid drier + deep vacuum.
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    LG has some with low voltage (I think 28 volts...

    LG has some with low voltage (I think 28 volts DC) fed from the outdoor unit to the head which is kind of nice for wiring. LG instructions say to run low voltage wiring with line set and wrap it with...
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    I think some "receiver" capacity is in the design...

    I think some "receiver" capacity is in the design of the condenser. Or the condenser can hold the entire refrigerant charge. If memory serves I've serviced a few freezers with TXV's and no receiver...
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    I did appliance repair a long, long time ago and...

    I did appliance repair a long, long time ago and if memory serves you could be looking at an oil cooler. Seems the compressor oil cooling was a small circuit routed through the static condenser, but...
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    You may encounter high head pressure issues as...

    You may encounter high head pressure issues as R-134A needs a little more condenser surface area than R-12. If it ran with low condensing pressures with R-12 it may work OK.
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    I think I will start marketing a heat pump sleeve...

    I think I will start marketing a heat pump sleeve window unit with a big Amish built wood frame. At least I could advertise the energy savings and sleep a night!
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    You stated that your super heat was low or non...

    You stated that your super heat was low or non existent, that being the case you better get that up or you'll slug and destroy the compressor. I had similar problems on a case like yours so I...
  15. Thread: Bohn coil leak

    by jackal
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    Yes, I had success fixing it. I used a small...

    Yes, I had success fixing it. I used a small air-acetylene tip and #15 braze. I was just nervous because once I got a copper bend too hot with my oxy-acetylene and it melted the pipe. I was amazed...
  16. Thread: Bohn coil leak

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    Bohn coil leak

    Got a 13KBTU bohn refrigeration coil with a leak on a copper loop near the TXV. Coil looks to be in reasonably good condition. I am thinking about trying to repair it, but am a little nervous with...
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    All good points--thanks.

    All good points--thanks.
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    Substitute liquid for suction driers...

    Can I substitute a liquid line filter drier for a suction line drier or is there some critical difference. I have a bunch of leftover large liquid line driers and i thought I could use them up as...
  19. Thread: I love the bar

    by jackal
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    I've actually taken the air cooled condenser and...

    I've actually taken the air cooled condenser and remoted it to a more desireable space which worked well. If you chose to do this you'd have to put a fan on the compressor to keep it cool.
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    I think that's actually a flexible refrigerant...

    I think that's actually a flexible refrigerant pipe. Kinda remember seeing one like that out in the field quite a few years ago. You'd never even be able to get a positive pressure on a real piece of...
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    Well you'll certainly need a new cap tube. Why on...

    Well you'll certainly need a new cap tube. Why on earth would they change it from the original 134A to 404A. Better double-check with tech support people.
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    Hugh?

    Hugh?
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    Works fine. You'll like the extra starting torque.

    Works fine. You'll like the extra starting torque.
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    I may be wrong, but I'm guessing the CO2 would be...

    I may be wrong, but I'm guessing the CO2 would be made from the CO2 already in existence in our air and not CO2 as a result of chemical reaction like the combustion process of an automobile so there...
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    I always use dial-A-Charge for those critically...

    I always use dial-A-Charge for those critically charged units. Seems to work really well for accuracy.
    I hear reference to subcooling for charge on small units, but what kind of subcooling numbers...
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    One of the big problems is the thin copper they...

    One of the big problems is the thin copper they are using in modern coils. I have seen old evaporators in terrible environments 20 and 30 years old with no leaks. They have really thick copper and if...
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    I regret that this is not really democracy or...

    I regret that this is not really democracy or representative democracy anymore (whatever you like to call it) what we have is a system of legalized bribery. Corporations can now give unlimited funds...
  28. Thread: Heat Reclaim

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    Heat reclaim is used to give people comfort so...

    Heat reclaim is used to give people comfort so run it off a normal thermostat and kick it in when the space needs heat.
    Water valve? I assume you mean to control condenser head pressure? You can set...
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    I just reread your post and realized you were...

    I just reread your post and realized you were wondering why contractors don't use 401B, well that's probably due to price and as others have stated and there aren't that many R-12 low temperature...
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    R401B has much better capacity at those lower...

    R401B has much better capacity at those lower evaporator temperatures and allows for healthier compressor operation. Low temperaure compressors really hate high superheat (which can occur from a...
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    I've seen some cases where rotary compressors are...

    I've seen some cases where rotary compressors are factory equipped with a potential relay and start capacitor. They have more umph on start up, but I don't know if they could be installed with a...
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    air cooled to water cooled

    I have converted air cooled refrigeration equipment to water cooled with no problems, but I am wondering if I could run a water cooled condenser off the compressor in series with an air cooled...
  33. The evaporator on that unit is designed to run at...

    The evaporator on that unit is designed to run at around zero degrees F., since you are running it continually at a higher temperature the compressor is working very hard and will likely fail.
    ...
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    GE refrigerator question

    Hi all.

    (I posted this in refrigeration and ice making as well)

    I got a call from a friend who wanted some phone technical support from me to troubleshoot his GE PDS22MISABB refrigerator.

    I...
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    I have a dual circuit evaporator with a home-made...

    I have a dual circuit evaporator with a home-made distributor--perhaps the weak link in my repair.

    The factory dual circuit evaporators often have that disc or orifice plate often rated for the...
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    Thanks for the insight from all of you. This...

    Thanks for the insight from all of you. This conversion does include a receiver and it is one evaporator with two coils. The original setup had two cap tubes feeding the coils so I thought one TXV...
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    Once I snaked a plastic flexible 1/4" line down...

    Once I snaked a plastic flexible 1/4" line down the suction stub and pulled out the oil with a homemade oil seperator and a vaccum pump.
    But, usually I clean it up with driers until no acid. The...
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    cap. tube to TXV

    I worked on a 2 door Jordan 40 cubic freezer the other day with a split, 2-cap tube coil that had both sides of the evaporator completely frosted. I checked the paragon time clock and saw the motor...
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    Keep on the lookout for gators in that swamp!

    Keep on the lookout for gators in that swamp!
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    Thanks all for the responses. I guess bottom line...

    Thanks all for the responses. I guess bottom line is don't store product in upper rail overnight or you will freeze items--frost is normal.:o

    Thanks again.
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    Delfield prep cooler

    :confused:

    I got a service call on a Delfield model: 18660PTB small prep cooler. This is the style (2 door) that keeps medium temperature products cool below and prep items up in a seperately...
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    Doesn't make sense that your slab would be...

    Doesn't make sense that your slab would be crumbling away like that. My guess is that the ducts were clogged with debris from when the structure was first built. That said, it is weird that no ducts...
  43. Thread: jimex cold tech

    by jackal
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    I've worked on two of the units and both had...

    I've worked on two of the units and both had weird ice build up issues in the freezers.

    The controls are mainly in the circuit board meaning you have to go with OEM. Many of the other parts would...
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    I want to thank all of you for your responses to...

    I want to thank all of you for your responses to my question. What a fantastic forum this is.

    I will admit that I am more of a lurker than a contributing member. It just seems that:

    A) While...
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    Just serviced a walk in cooler with a...

    Just serviced a walk in cooler with a semi-hermetic Copeland KAK1 0100 TAC that is leaking refrigerant around the electrical terminals. There is a steel cover with 3 or 4 1/2" bolts that I tightened...
  46. Thread: True cooler

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    Hey thanks vikings. I had a strong hunch that it...

    Hey thanks vikings. I had a strong hunch that it was some kind of design flaw.
    So I should just kind of "block" it up a little bit? Is there some play in the tubes that allow you to raise it?
  47. Thread: True cooler

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    Makinice- I couldn't blow into the drain line...

    Makinice- I couldn't blow into the drain line without defrosting first because the ice in the drain pan would restrict the drain.

    I can see the drain pan enough to see that is is filled with ice....
  48. Thread: True cooler

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    I got a call on a True Model: TPP-67 prep table...

    I got a call on a True Model: TPP-67 prep table type cooler that has ice in the evaporator pan causing it to leak water in the interior. This is the type of cooler that has the evaporator section...
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    The only real way to get useable heat out of that...

    The only real way to get useable heat out of that water would be to run it through a water source heat pump. Just running a low volume of 55 degree water through your slab won't do squat.
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    It seems that the coils from the "olden" days...

    It seems that the coils from the "olden" days held up much better, even in high acid environments. I think the reason we have to have coils coated is due to the very thin copper they use, so thin you...
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