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  1. #1
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    Tyler multideck freezer N6FL6 dripping water.

    I got a call to a store today about puddling water next to a Tyler multideck freezer case. I stripped off all the kickplates and poured a bucket of water into the case. The only source of the water I could find is a small drip coming from the case end near the front of the case between the rail and the case end. these cases are only 2 years old. Has anyone else ran into this problem before? It would be a shame to shut the cases down and take the ends off to recaulk but that is the only solution I can think of at the moment.

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    Is it iced up?


    I don't have much experience with that specific case, but I work on others like it.

    What is DP? I like to shoot for 50 degrees if possible.

    Is it butted up next to another case? What is the clearance?

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Is it iced up?


    I don't have much experience with that specific case, but I work on others like it.

    What is DP? I like to shoot for 50 degrees if possible.

    Is it butted up next to another case? What is the clearance?
    No not iced up coil is clear. It is used at the end of an aisle so its not butted up against another case.

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    Look at the back of the case. You can get condensation and ice there if there isn't enough room for air circulation.

    Also, is this case one of the ones with multiple airstreams? An open case?

    If so, look for a clogged drain or iced case bottom.

    Maybe, you just have to pull and caulk the end, too. Could be a bad seal.

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    maybe try installing a low profile blower to stop condensation

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