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  1. I can vouch for that because we have one of the...

    I can vouch for that because we have one of the "simple" machines and, as long as it is cleaned, lubricated properly and worn out parts are replaced, it works like a champ.

    I haven't been closely...
  2. Yeah, I was in the middle of watching the Harris...

    Yeah, I was in the middle of watching the Harris YouTube video, so I paused it and opened another tab to check out the threads/posts here to get some inside information from actual technicians. ...
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    They are for doors on a Thermo-Kool...

    They are for doors on a Thermo-Kool walk-in-cooler and walk-in-freezer.

    They look just like this door.

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    I hear what you're saying. I don't disagree, but...

    I hear what you're saying. I don't disagree, but what good would it do to return them? These gaskets are manufacturer specific, made for specific doors and they have a specific part number. I...
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    I just got off the phone with Thermo-Kool. I was...

    I just got off the phone with Thermo-Kool. I was told that the ends aren't sealed because they sometimes need to be cut to length to match up with the door sweep. I understand that, but I've...
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    Door Gasket Installation Assistance

    I ordered two Thermo-Kool 511500 Door Gaskets from Partstown for a cooler and freezer in one of my kitchens. The gaskets I received look just like the gasket in the photograph off of the Partstown...
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    Yes, the LPC is in series with the HPC and the...

    Yes, the LPC is in series with the HPC and the Discharge Line Thermostat, but this system does not operate that way, if I am understanding you correctly.
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    Just to be safe, I called RDI technical support...

    Just to be safe, I called RDI technical support and they told me that Copeland requires that they install delay-on-break time-delays on their low temp condensing units with scroll compressors.
    ...
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    Great information on the ďburpingĒ issues. Based...

    Great information on the ďburpingĒ issues. Based on that, Iím going to go ahead and install a new time delay.

    Thanks!
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    WIF Condensing Unit Time Delay

    I installed an RDI R-404A condensing unit during Thanksgiving week to replace an existing condensing unit. Other than a defective factory installed low pressure control on start-up, it has been...
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    Sorry for the confusion, but I was particularly...

    Sorry for the confusion, but I was particularly interested in brazing with, what I've always called, "white rod". I've used it to braze steel many times, like Unistrut channel and simple things like...
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    Brazing Stainless Steel

    Anyone ever do any oxygen/acetylene brazing on stainless steel using flux coated bronze brazing rod?
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    It's not a very clear photograph, but if you look...

    It's not a very clear photograph, but if you look closely near the end of the shaft, there are some cross-hatch cuts that are there to hold the wheel. I don't know if a sleeve would fit properly. ...
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    Yeah, I'm not particularly keen on hacking...

    Yeah, I'm not particularly keen on hacking components for a gas appliance. Besides, I don't think I could get a drill bit on the hub at a 90 degree angle to drill pilot holes. Maybe Flex Seal? :LOL:
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    Serviceable Component Parts

    You would think that a manufacturer like Welbilt, who owns brands like Manitowoc, Cleveland, Delfield, Frymaster, Garland, Kolpak, Lincoln and Convotherm, among others, would do better at providing...
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    Okay, just to put a bow on this, I wanted to give...

    Okay, just to put a bow on this, I wanted to give a status update on my parts purchasing dilemma. It's pretty long, so hang in there.

    Today, Heritage Parts is history. Even if you try to go to...
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    You're welcome. 👍🏻 Yeah, I hear you. When...

    You're welcome. 👍🏻

    Yeah, I hear you. When the health inspector is around, I'm usually as far away as possible. You definitely don't want to ruffle their feathers.

    When I did restaurant work,...
  18. Thread: New air.

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    Thatís clear. Did you find the starting...

    Thatís clear. Did you find the starting components?
  19. Thread: New air.

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    Is this a residential beverage cooler? If so,...

    Is this a residential beverage cooler? If so, don't you just throw those away and buy a new one? I mean by the time you do the leg work sourcing parts, pick up the parts, drive to the customer's...
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    County Health Inspectors

    I am the equipment service technician for a relatively small public school district. I take care of six kitchens - a high school, a junior high, three elementary schools and a kitchen for staff...
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    Unfortunately, that wasn't the case with the...

    Unfortunately, that wasn't the case with the purchases we were charged tax. It's all been rectified, so I'm back to ordering parts from them.

    That's funny you should mention that because I was...
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    Unforunately, AllPoints is not an option. I...

    Unforunately, AllPoints is not an option. I failed to mention that vendors we deal with have to be a member of Choice Partners purchasing cooperative because we're a school district. Thanks for the...
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    Heritage Parts Now Parts Town

    I don't know who you guys use for commercial kitchen parts, but I've been a Heritage fan for years. As you may know, Heritage and Parts Town have merged. I've never used Parts Town.

    Supposedly,...
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    Update: I just wanted to follow up on this...

    Update: I just wanted to follow up on this machine. I said I looked at the rack paddles and the actuator switches to see if they were aligned. Well, looks aren't everything. I forget which one,...
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    So, I've gone back over this thread and picked...

    So, I've gone back over this thread and picked out things that I thought needed more detail. Admittedly, I kind of jumped in and didn't really pay close attention to what the issues were. So, here...
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    Yíall are forgetting the cam and its role in the...

    Yíall are forgetting the cam and its role in the operation of the control. The cam is engineered to work with a bi-metal with the properly rated voltage.
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    There you go! Look, I am not an engineer and I...

    There you go! Look, I am not an engineer and I am not an infinite control expert, but this is what I think based on researching this issue after I read your post. Beforehand, I really couldn't tell...
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    He’s definitely a Guru. I’m trying to convince...

    He’s definitely a Guru. I’m trying to convince my buddy, who owns an HVAC/R company, to branch out into the hot side. He has a lot of restaurant customers. I did HVAC/R for decades before I got...
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    Yeah, I did use that to help explain. BTW,...

    Yeah, I did use that to help explain. BTW, whatever happened to Ectofix (Earl)? He could probably explain things a lot better than I did.
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    I mistakenly posted that the bi-metal switch is...

    I mistakenly posted that the bi-metal switch is in series with the heating element, though I have seen diagrams that show this to be true. However, Robert Shaw does it differently. Their bi-metal...
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    Doesn't the infinite switch have an internal...

    Doesn't the infinite switch have an internal bi-metal switch in series with the heating element that breaks the connection to the heating element? In the OEM infinite switch, isn't that bi-metal...
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    First, I suggest using OEM parts when repairing...

    First, I suggest using OEM parts when repairing appliances. Second, OHMs Law is your friend.
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    Yeah, Hobart sucks as far as getting help. Did...

    Yeah, Hobart sucks as far as getting help.

    Did you search the forum? I found a few threads on this dishwasher. Maybe something in them will help:
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    Thank you. Yes, it completes the whole cycle,...

    Thank you. Yes, it completes the whole cycle, including the rinse cycle. Yeah, I was just curious if I was in the ballpark on my diagnosis because, once the warranty runs out, I'll have to deal...
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    Jackson Rackstar 44 Issue

    Anyone have any troubleshooting experience with Jackson Rackstar 44 dishwashers? We have one in a new kitchen that is still under warranty, so we're waiting on the warranty company to arrive. It...
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    I don't know how other dishwashers are set up,...

    I don't know how other dishwashers are set up, but all of mine have external third party detergent, rinse aid and sanitizer dispensers that are triggered from the dishwasher. We use DEMA Titan II. ...
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    That's a great suggestion. Yes, the freezer will...

    That's a great suggestion. Yes, the freezer will have product in it during this process.

    Here are the four manifolds:

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    I'm not entirely familiar with this exact...

    I'm not entirely familiar with this exact Manitowoc model and I don't know what kind of trough water fill controls it has, but if it has a dump valve, make sure the valve isn't leaking water during...
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    Condenser Coil Manifold

    I ordered a replacement condenser coil for a Kolpak walk-in-cooler/freezer condensing unit. It took over a month to arrive. The first thing I noticed when I took it out of the crate was that the...
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    The clicking noise could be the blower wheel...

    The clicking noise could be the blower wheel hitting against the cabinet or the fan cover assembly, or something got sucked into the blower wheel. The most common issue I have with my Garland ovens...
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    Update #2 - Got all 10 hot wells replaced over...

    Update #2 - Got all 10 hot wells replaced over the summer. What a *****! I think it took 35 hours by the time all was said and done.

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  42. Which pressure control is it? Most I've ever...

    Which pressure control is it? Most I've ever used, if they have a dial, the dial can be removed.
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    If you know the sequence of operation, if you're...

    If you know the sequence of operation, if you're proficient at troubleshooting and you can read a wiring schematic, you can work on the hot side. Also, being able to work in a busy kitchen can't...
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    Update - Delfield has agreed to provide 10 hot...

    Update - Delfield has agreed to provide 10 hot well replacements. I still have to provide the labor, but that’s $9,000 not coming out of my parts budget.
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    Though Iím not a big fan of the guy, I donít...

    Though Iím not a big fan of the guy, I donít think he had any way of knowing that these wells were going to have issues. Iím sure he saw them on display at an equipment expo and drank the kool-aid...
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    LOL - You should have heard me in that kitchen by...

    LOL - You should have heard me in that kitchen by myself while I was disassembling that mo-fo! Iím just glad the security cameras donít record audio!

    Iíve got an email, with photos, into my...
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    Just to follow up on this heated serving counter...

    Just to follow up on this heated serving counter hot well situation. I finally had a chance to pull the defective hot well. The photos should be self-explanatory, except they don't show what's...
  48. Thread: Truck stock

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    This! ^^^

    This! ^^^
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    I chose and installed that gauge, not ECtofix. ...

    I chose and installed that gauge, not ECtofix. Yeah, the gauge is probably a little overkill for the application.
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    The dishwasher inlet is 1/2" NPT. Once the wash...

    The dishwasher inlet is 1/2" NPT. Once the wash tank is filled, the only time it needs water is for final rinse. Besides, that flexible water line was installed by the installation company.
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