View Poll Results: package system for refrigeration cabinet not cooling.

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  • start cap ?

    6 66.67%
  • run cap ?

    1 11.11%
  • inefficient comp ?

    2 22.22%
  • your answer is ?

    1 11.11%
  • relay ?

    2 22.22%
  • thermostat ?

    2 22.22%
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  1. #1
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    package system for refrigeration cabinet not cooling.

    Small 1.5 kw package system for refrigerated cabinet not cooling.

    Can feel compressor slightly vibrating like it wants to have a go.

    Charge is correct , there are no noncondensibles in the system.

    Pick one answer or give your own reason for the problem.
    Last edited by fridg; 12-15-2007 at 12:12 AM.
    The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by fridg View Post
    Small 1.5 kw package system for refrigerated cabinet not cooling.

    Can feel compressor slightly vibrating like it wants to have a go.

    Charge is correct , there are no noncondensibles in the system.

    Pick one answer or give your own reason for the problem.

    I don't mean to burst your bubble here, but basically you are asking for an answer based on what exactly?

    The way I am reading this is, "I've got a compressor on a system that has refrigerant in it.........why won't it cool"?

    To complicate matters even further, it appears you are looking for an answer to why the part we chose failed........I'm not sure any of us would be able to tell you why a start component or temperature control failed - they just do.

    Personally, I like your initiative to set up a poll, and I love a brainteaser.......but throw out a little more information if you can.

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    Awww that's easy, you need to recharge the flux capacitor.


    Silly Aussies...



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    i dont see faulty mutiplex demodulator on the poll!



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    I was thinking it was the altitudinous thermogenic compensation bearing myself..........

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by markettech View Post
    I was thinking it was the altitudinous thermogenic compensation bearing myself..........
    wow havnt seen one of those in years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by y7turbo View Post
    wow havnt seen one of those in years!
    They were replaced by the newer atmosphericalus thermogenic compensation bearing with tetrafluoroethylene seals.

    It's much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_fridge View Post
    They were replaced by the newer atmosphericalus thermogenic compensation bearing with tetrafluoroethylene seals.

    It's much better.
    i agree its much better, and its what im used to

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