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    Can sombody help???

    I have my own small company and I know I shouldn't have done this but I'm kinda stuck now. I have a carrier condensing unit Model 38TRA060330 R-22 and bought a ADP 13 seer, changed out txv vale to R-22 but having major screwed up readings on gadges. 250 on high side and 60 on low side . Its a Copland scroll model zr57-k3-930.Txv valve is 5ton, indoor coil is 5ton and out unit is 5 ton. Cant even get to do a supper heat or anything because it seem like the compressor goes into some internal dump mode. not sure what to do. any suggestions?

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    What is an ADP 13 seer

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    It is a hydro air handler coil Advanced Distributor Products (ADP)

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    A/C evaporator coil. Sorry

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    Sounds like a restriction somewhere upstream from where you are taking hi side and too much 22 id wager

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    I have pumped system down several time. Pumped nitrogen through system. Should I remove filter dryer? Will the compressor reset it self do you know?

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    Oh ya What is id wager?

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    Yeah 60 and 250 doesn't sound out of line at all. Does it have factory installed dryer? If so, cut it out. DON'T UNBRAZE IT.
    Last edited by Rheeman; 08-04-2013 at 06:29 PM. Reason: misspelled word

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    Thanks man. Will the compressor re set it self?

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    It should reset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dann Prentiss View Post
    Thanks man. Will the compressor re set it self?
    If you mean after it goes into bypass, yes. It should reset anyway.

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    Thanks guys. Never had an issue like this before. Never do favors for people

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    Id wager means I bet there is too much refrigerant in the unit. I hope you guys have a recovery unit. Pull the charge because the restriction is in the condensor.

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