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  1. #27
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    What, no visit from the OP??
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  2. #28
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    tick..tick..tick..tick........



    Ya ever notice how some posters come here and ask a coupole of questions, and when we ask for more info, they never come back?

    Why is that?
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  3. #29
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    (sound of wind whistling down an empty street in an abondoned western town.....a tumbleweed rolls by.....)
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  4. #30
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    Can I expect an update from you everyday timebuilder?
    Officially, Down for the count

    YOU HAVE TO GET OFF YOUR ASS TO GET ON YOUR FEET

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  5. #31
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    Sorry been busy...i will post model # and serial# today

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    Delfield 3 dr reach in model # SLF72-S serial #397171-T....its diffecult to test head pressure on second start up cause it dont stay on long enough cause it hums and trips breaker.There fore pressures are hard to determin.I will try to update my post since i am the OP...and all advise is greatly appreciated.Thanks so much

  7. #33
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    Timebuilder to answer your question this unit does pump down...it has a LLS...

  8. #34
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    This unit has a split evap with 2 txv's...way more complicated then it needs to be.Traulsen is way more simple...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    Can I expect an update from you everyday timebuilder?
    Think I have enough posts to cover every day?

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercooljim View Post
    Delfield 3 dr reach in model # SLF72-S serial #397171-T....its diffecult to test head pressure on second start up cause it dont stay on long enough cause it hums and trips breaker.There fore pressures are hard to determin.I will try to update my post since i am the OP...and all advise is greatly appreciated.Thanks so much
    Just off the top of my head that looks like a True model number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    What's the voltage at the compressor at start up? Does it drop when there's a load on it? If not, ohm out the pump. If it ohm's out ok, change the start components first before you condemn the pump.
    X2. Check for voltage drop at the contactor. If no voltage drop there, check the breaker. If you find the source of the voltage drop at either of these places, replace that component.

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    We are currently in the process of just wiring everything in a more mechanical fashion...will see what happens...kinda like the older model Traulsen reach ins

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    Quote Originally Posted by supercooljim View Post
    We are currently in the process of just wiring everything in a more mechanical fashion...will see what happens...kinda like the older model Traulsen reach ins
    Translation: we didn't find the problem.

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