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  1. #1
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    carrier 30gx problems

    can anyone tell me what causes intermitant low suction temp. faults on a carrier 30gx chiller, this is happening on only one system on the chiller

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    There are lots of reasons one might trip. Got anymore information than that?
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    when you have low pressure your temp will be low also

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    it seems to trip after start up if it can run for ten minutes or more it will settle down and run ok

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    Gotta be a series 5 machine or under. What's the weather like ?
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    chillers two years old and weathers 0 to 5c

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    Is this the same chiller with oil related problems at a university.
    If so what happened with that problem.

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    what is your exv start position set at? varible speed fan?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redroge View Post
    chillers two years old and weathers 0 to 5c
    I`d say we start with model number , location(i.e.,hemisphere) , and is it Prodialogue ?

    Gibbo must know something.Hmmmm
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    Merry Christmas TGL how you doing, i hear you have snow in Texas bit of a
    bummer for the old barbecue eh.
    I believe this chiller to be French and yes its pro-dialog.

    Have a good new year TGL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibbo View Post
    Merry Christmas TGL how you doing, i hear you have snow in Texas bit of a
    bummer for the old barbecue eh.
    I believe this chiller to be French and yes its pro-dialog.

    Have a good new year TGL
    Hey there Gibbo , Yes on the snow 1st white Christmas in a very longtime they say. So is this Frenchy something you know about? Does it have an economiser on it, is it a shell one or BPHE ?

    Happy New Year to you also.
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    Don't know anything about this particular chiller but know the guy is in England and has posted on this site before about oil related problems on a 30GX but never came back to say what happened in the end.

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    Well maybe he will be a good chap and share what he has found this time around. Lol
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