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    High and low side are 25

    Checking g out unit both high

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ale246 View Post
    Checking g out unit both high
    OK if you say so.

    A little more information would help!

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    Both high side and low side at 250 psig
    Superheat 100 subcool 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ale246 View Post
    Both high side and low side at 250 psig
    Superheat 100 subcool 9
    IT'S Broke, replace it!!
    I'm not young enough, to know everything...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ale246 View Post
    Both high side and low side at 250 psig
    either the compressor is not "on"

    or you have both hoses on the same high side

    or you have your knobs open
    Tell your Cat I said "Psst Psst Psst"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ale246 View Post
    Checking g out unit both high
    As a Tech, please provide as much information as possible.

    Let's start with the model number of the unit in question, and any other information you can provide.

    If you want the best assistance, you will have to get into more detail.

    There is no such thing as too much information.
    Instead of learning the tricks of the trade, learn the trade.

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    Broken compressor shaft? Let’s play 1 million questions.
    Residential or Commercial?
    Refrigeration or comfort cooling?
    Scroll or recip?
    Refrigerant type?
    Model and serial numbers?
    Volts amps rated and as tested?
    Etc………..

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