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  1. #1
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    Just thought I would let those know that have not seen it yet, that the New YK's with R-134, can.....and "Will" Ice up on top of the Oil sump under many conditions and is a normal happening....
    I assure you.....It "Will" get your attention.....
    Ain't "None" of us as smart as "All" of us..

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    RL,
    Any explination they gave for the cause of this and is there a remedy for it?
    "My hands are for sale"

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    I would like to know what causes that myself. I glad you passed on that little bit of information.

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    Sry..
    I did'nt mean to imply anything was wrong....So no cure is required..
    It is simply a resultof having an "Internal Eductor" and then baffling it for the refrigerant removal..
    As Peter Sellars once said....
    "It scared my Menky".....
    Ain't "None" of us as smart as "All" of us..

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    Wink

    Thanks RL,
    I understood it was normal, just wanted to know what was causing it for my own info.
    "My hands are for sale"

  6. #6
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    Same here.

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    this should work better as now we do not have to deal with the added external eductor block and fittings i started up 3 600 ton machines and it willsweat on the back end about 3-4 inches cant say that i seen one freeze

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