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  1. #14
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    I don't see those numbers either SR.
    You must be reading a S model somewhere and not the Q# you posted
    They don't publish the SC numbers but 4 imo is low also.
    You can't go wrong by cleaning it too............ unless you use the wrong cleaner
    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    I don't see those numbers either SR.
    You must be reading a S model somewhere and not the Q# you posted
    You're exactly right, I was reading another model's operating pressure. Your original post was correct, I should be at 18-22...which gives me an evap of about -20.

    I'll try cleaning and report back....

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    Just wanted to also say Itsiceman I really appreciate your help, I'm learning a ton, love this forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Servicerunner View Post
    I'll try cleaning and report back....
    Bring leak detector some gas and a scale too
    “If You Can Dodge A Wrench You Can Dodge A Ball”

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    just my 2 pennies...

    If it were my call I would get the machine as close back to square one as possible, super clean condenser,descale,recover.refrigerant weigh in-out then acess possibilities.I have had the situation where all is perfect until night time the customer has a new mgr. They turn the A/C off or back at close and the machine bakes in its own heat.causing to throw a code and shutting down by the time service tech gets there the A/C is back on and all seems normal. Also add in the diagnosis of hot or warm water entering the machine. That coupled with dirty condenser and or overcharge would trip a high temp alarm. Just keep in mind the fan cycle is there to help aid the higher head pressure needed for adequate "heat" for harvest in a cuber not in a shaver.

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