Change out a compressor on a walk in cooler.

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33 thoughts on “Compressor change out

  1. throttle bottle says:

    lol @ the striker telling stories, I have a few here likely older than me, had to pull one out of the toolbox weeks back when the trigger start torch died (plumbing work) angry about it, but the torch is rather old I guess lol.
    ** the old flint type strikers that is 🙂

  2. Dave Part says:

    Oh, you're good, Dave. Just enough heat for those brazes and that tubing bend was very pro. Good looking R & R. Love your attention to the details. And thanks for bringing us along.

  3. Brian Pan says:

    did you just recover the unit to find out how much refrigerant is in there? because at the end you opened up the receiver and i was a little confused. Also that was an awesome video! loved the gopro when were brazing.

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