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  1. Thread: superheat

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    AAHH Yes, They don't make em like that anymore....

    AAHH Yes, They don't make em like that anymore.
    The dodge lives on in my 93 work van!
    Hail Al, You are the Master!
  2. Thread: superheat

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    Oh Al, It sounds like your saying getting a...

    Oh Al,
    It sounds like your saying getting a reading from the suction side of the compressor on a 2 door self contained refer. (or equivalent) is not good enough for superheat.

    Peg
  3. Thread: superheat

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    Well Thank You 2sac, that was a great answer!

    Well Thank You 2sac, that was a great answer!
  4. Thread: superheat

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    superheat

    Good Morning
    When taking superheat on a doubledoor self contained refrigerator, its impossible to get to the evap. outlet without taking the cover down and some have the evap. fans mounted right on...
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    thanks

    That is exactly what I am going to do.
    Thanks to all who replied!
    Always good advise here!
    Lafam1:cheers:
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    Thanks

    Yes the thermostat Bulb.
    No matter how I adjust my charge I cannot move my low side from about 7 psi.
    High side is no problem.
    With evap. defrosted and proper charge of 40oz. My pressures were...
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    not tx bulb

    The tx sensing bulb was correctly installed on the suction like I said. I was talking about the bulb for the differential control that was just hanging out in front of the evap.
    Would that make my...
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    loose bulb

    I need to extend this post;
    I am working on the same unit, evap. frozen. Differential bulb was just sitting in front of evap. Valve and sensing bulb seemed to be installed right.
    I know there was a...
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    Thanks

    Thanks for everyones input.
    I think I will replace the cap tube and start there. While I'm at it I'll replace the filter again. I only have 1 vacuum 1/2 hp 6 cfm so thats going to have to do.
    So...
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    yes I did..

    I pulled it to 29.9 hg which is about 725 microns, no?
    lafam1
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    Suggetions?

    What would you suggest?
    Nick
    Lafam1
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    29.9

    More like 45 min. because I had it opened for a while.
    Nick
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    Intermitent problem.

    Hello Again,
    I'm having a troublesome problem with a Bev-Air older GDM-25. Its older with no nameplate but I've worked on alot to know what it is. Small single glass door with cap tube running 134a....
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    Yep

    Thats the one. They want $65. for a new one. The bottom left were gone, just a hole. Next time I'm going to take a pic. I also going to try to get back to take a pic and show the setup. Its like it...
  15. Thread: aspera?

    by lafam1
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    Ok

    After some research true will not recommend anything but that specific one so thats what I am going with. I have a lot to learn about that subject. Never knew true used that brand. Im used to...
  16. Thread: aspera?

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    Good information

    Thanks trippintl0 that was an eye opener. I am going to have to take a closer look at the true brand. I noticed that they all say just true compressor and never the brand name when you type...
  17. Thread: aspera?

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    aspera?

    Well it turns out the grease guy is not so bad. After I got his ice machine going(with help from this forum) he lead me to a room with a big True TS49f freezer in pretty good shape but no shelves. He...
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    Mess

    It was a big mess. Its running now thanks to this forum. I use shrink wrap wire nuts and nylon strap to keep the wires from moving, cleaned up the inside of the box and back in business. The worst...
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    Thanks

    thanks Phase Loss for your quick and helpful response
    Nick
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    Copland terminal board

    I have a small commercial refrigeration repair business in Atlanta. When I say small I mean, small maybe a call a week. I own 2 restaurants and took a refrigeration course about 5 years ago and loved...
  21. Thread: Newbie

    by lafam1
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    Thank You Surenuff

    Thanks Surenuff,
    I have let go of that job. The owner of course was a freind of mine. Most of the restaurants I do are freinds and they understand so I can talk my time and learn. I will...
  22. Thread: Newbie

    by lafam1
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    Dont Worry

    I wont wake up you ol timers again!
    Lafam1:patriot:

    PS. Coils were the first thing I checked!
  23. Thread: Newbie

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    Wow I hit a nerve!

    You can learn a lot in 2 years when your a fast learner, plus I offer honesty and dependabilty to my customers.

    When I say a started a small business I mean small. I dont depend of it for money....
  24. Thread: Newbie

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    Newbie

    Hello,
    I went to school for 2 years HVAC but I really want to get into the commercial refrigeration. I have started a small business. Electronics are usually easy to diagnose for me, but the...
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