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  1. #1
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    walk in cooler trouble

    Hello I have a walk in cooler with one semi hermetic compressor and two evap units pressures are reading 27 suction 300 high outsider temp ranges from 90 to 100 with about 60 percent humidity one of the evaporators continually is freezing up causing the other to eventually do the same could this beer a expansion valve sticking our something else

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    What refer?

    What do you have for SH?

    Is the sight glass clear?

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    Comp M#

    Evap M#

    X-Valve #

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    Sight glass is clear no bubbles im not near the unit work two jobs for all the numbers just know that same evaporator keeps freezing up its a 404 unit

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    I'll try to get you those numbers today and i'm confused about the reference and what sh is

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    Quote Originally Posted by pimpdzl View Post
    I'll try to get you those numbers today and i'm confused about the reference and what sh is
    Refrigerant and superheat

    chuckcrj, next time call it freezone. everyone knows what that is
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Refrigerant and superheat

    chuckcrj, next time call it freezone. everyone knows what that is
    LOL

    I do believe this is a DIY thread.....

  8. #8
    What type of defrost, what is the schedule? Superheat is required information.

  9. #9
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    Thank you guys I got was the txv filters that needed to be cleaned and adjusted

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    yeah 99% of the time, it's because you need to adjust the TXV filters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phase Loss View Post
    yeah 99% of the time, it's because you need to adjust the TXV filters.
    http://acfwb.com/

    "The best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do good work today"

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    Amen brother

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    you guys figered him out quick.

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