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    Quote Originally Posted by itsiceman View Post
    Oops
    Are they making ice in the correct time. Could the compressors be getting weak?
    Yes. Usually 8 to 12 mins. I haven't seen them take longer than 12 mins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TechmanTerry View Post
    The 3 ports of the OROA head control
    Oh..
    Yes they are all 3 the same..
    There's no heat on the discharge inlet side either.

    The receiver outlet and inlet from condenser are always the same temp as well.

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    They need some bigger machines. They will wear out slower

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    Quote Originally Posted by UmmScott View Post
    The fan will cycle at first during the 1st 5 mins of freeze. During harvest on these CVD machines, alot of the receiver charge is boiled off, sent thru the evaps, condenses into back into liquid when it gives up its heat to the evap/ice slab. (The evap changes roles to a condenser somewhat here)
    Then the mixed vapor/liquid travels up thru the suction line to the condensing unit and fills up inside the accumulator. (This slowly happens during the entire harvest cycle)

    Once harvest is complete, the vapor valves close, TXVs feed the evaps again and the accumulator begins to empty out/boil off any leftover liquid. During this last step the fan will cycle until enough liquid has returned to the high side to complete the condenser flooding charge amount, ergo...now..theoretically Pnr Status TextNow VPN LOL...the headmaster should keep our setpoint. In this case 240psi

    A sight glass would only be helpful inside the ice machine head in the liquid line outlet. But still...even then...these machines are so critically charged i just pull and weigh.

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    exactly you say all
    thank you

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