Johann demonstrates the procedure for clearing a blockage in a fridge gas system.

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33 thoughts on “Clearing a blockage – J D Nel Refrigeration

  1. Just Guts says:

    I replace whole capilary tube with the new one, if its posible. If that is not posible, I dont have the right solution. Some of my friends use nitrogen. This is interesting solution, cheers.

  2. Ryan Reid says:

    I have a 4 year old frigidaire stand up freezer, never had a issue with it, put a bunch of food in it 2 days ago, and noticed a pool of water underneath today, copper suction line has a big build up of ice on it melting, freezer still seems to be working but is running lomger then normal, any idea or solutions pls?

  3. Ktown63 says:

    That is a waste in time. Cut out old liquid line filter , braze shut highside and blow nitrogen back through cap tube. Then braze on new filter. The best thing to do is replace cap tube and liquid line filter and be done with because you can never get them completely clean. It take less time just changing then setting there trying to clean out cap tube, saving the customer money is what it is all about.

  4. leslie daisley says:

    Can you name some of the refrigerant that are flashing system type as you call it I am having a horrible problem with a restriction I change the capillary and within one night the new cap tube blocked again

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