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  1. #1
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    how do you pump down a system cooler ect.

  2. #2
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    need more info what are we working on

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    Question pump down on walk in cooler

    how is a pump down performed on a walk in cooler or any thing that has a receiver.

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    first install gauges then front seat liquid line or king valve ,then watch suction pressure until it drops till zero . this sometimes requires bypassing the low press. switch but after it reaches zero you might want to front seat the suction service valve

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    Make sure you jump the low pressure switch also, it only go as low as it is set.

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    I think these guys mean...

    The way you pump down your system is by.......

    picking up the phone & calling a reputable service provider.

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phase Loss View Post
    I think these guys mean...

    The way you pump down your system is by.......

    picking up the phone & calling a reputable service provider.
    Or wait for the box temp to get to setpoint, then it pumps down on its own, lol

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    OP is from 2005. I hope they figured it out by now.
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  9. #9
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    He is still waiting for it to pump down as he is still searching for a king valve definition.
    Rick

    "It is easier to do things right the 1st time rather than to explain why it wasn't when you have to do it the 2nd time."

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