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    electric unloader 06D compressor

    Ive been on the carlyle website looking for a brake down of parts on and electric unloader . the compressor was install by another tech and i was told the compressor is not unloading. i was told there is power to the solenoid and its good. I just want to make sure of all the parts are installed properly then i could go from there. Any replies are thanked in advance. Carlye 06dr8206dc367arp s/n 3213ud1537

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaybee View Post
    Carlye 06dr8206dc367arp s/n 3213ud1537
    I'm seeing that 4th digit used for refrigeration using both STANDARD & SERVICE.
    still looking....
    Google Carlyle compressor nomenclature and go to page #25.
    Last edited by VTP99; 11-01-2015 at 11:34 AM.

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    huh

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    Reread my post, I did see a parts image.

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    Thanks doesn't appear that much could go wrong with this other than the wrong gasket or a bad solenoid

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaybee View Post
    Thanks doesn't appear that much could go wrong with this other than the wrong gasket or a bad solenoid
    Was the original unloader reused or is it new ? Check the spring, although if it was broke I would think it would be stuck in the unloaded position.

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    From what I remember they may come with a internal plug inside where the solenoid would go, if you do not run with unloaders. Possible the tech never removed the internal plug and all you really have is just the external solenoid part, with nothing internally. Suggest physically removing Solinoid to see if it's complete.

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    Yes it appears that way was not there . So the o6d comes with the same parts minus the piston? Is the spring also for the o6d?

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    Krickets......

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    Doesn't the new unloaders come with a rod used for hot gas defrost?
    If memory serves me right, one can easily install the unloaders with the rod, and it won't operate as an unloader???
    It's been awhile, so I could have things mixed up!
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    jaybee,
    Send a pm to remanworld (a member here) I'm sure he can answer your questions with certainty.

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