I tried to film this video from start to finish but I was not recording . I used a propane torch to melt the ice on the outside of the unit so I could get to the screws to let the drain pan down. After using all the propane I used the turbo torch to finish melting the outside ice. Once I got the drain pan opened I used two heat guns to thaw the remaining ice.The icing up was caused by a bad GFI that was hooked to the heater.There is $10,000 Dollars of food in the freezer. No pressure Geoff. The unit was in defrost while i was working on it that’s why the fans where spinning .

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4 thoughts on “Bally Walk In Freezer Not Working.

  1. polishtheturd mickelson says:

    – 20 degrees is too cold to keep most freezers. Unless you are trying to freeze ice cream. What did the refrigeration tech who came out a few days later? When it was froze up again find wrong with the system.

  2. dave johnsonnola says:

    Was that the evap coil defrost heater or just the drain line heater?

    Much quicker to use hot water hose or pump sprayer to melt the ice.
    Would use a torch before using heat guns especially if product could not be moved to another freezer.

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