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  1. #1
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    walk in freezer set up

    I got little bit of side work guys... Yea I am thinking about doing it for myself one day but I just dont have enough experience to do comerical refrigeration..

    I never installed walk in freezer or cooler. I have been doing service for about 3 year now but I never did a lot of work on freezer installs or coolers...

    Here is what I got

    Condesing unit on the roof already
    Fans are inside the box with evap.
    I do have most of my controls I just dont know how should i conect my evp fans... I have seen a lot of evap. fans in walk in cooler conected to seperate breaker not sure about freezers.. I would like to learn more about freezers and how to install them properly ... THANKS!

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    Evap fans are wired off your time clock.

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    ok, very good, thanx KB... So on what terminals should i put my evpa fans...

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    4. But, 1 leg of power is usually broken by a DFT fan delay switch.

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    got a model # of the evap ?? then maybe you could find a wiring diagram floating around to reference also or even leave behind on site for a later time. once you get familiar enough with typical set ups you will remember

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    got a model # of the evap ?? then maybe you could find a wiring diagram floating around to reference also or even leave behind on site for a later time. once you get familiar enough with typical set ups you will remember
    This is what I did today.. Thanks guys!

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