Install new condensing unit and evap coil on walk in cooler.

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20 thoughts on “Convert walk-in freezer to refrigerator

  1. Eddy says:

    Super Dave … every time I hear your theme song , I have the need to drink a beer … So keep this theme song … lol … good vid …

  2. Jeff Hall says:

    Hey Dave, I think I would've thrown a few "F" bombs if my new condensing unit had no nitrogen inside as well. As far as I'm concerned, that thing was contaminated with water. I've returned compressors that weren't nitrogen filled because of what water does to the windings of a compressor, esp. with ester oil! I also ohm out the compressors before I install them. More than once have I had bad compressors from the factory. Great vid, keep 'em coming!

  3. SqueakyHinge says:

    Had two Copeland condensing units fresh out of the box with no nitrogen. Then I pressure tested both & both units had factory weld leaks at the king valves. The second replacement unit also had a plugged up dryer so I had to replace that at my cost. Supplier would not warranty it. This was for a salad bar at a fixed price, done many, and it cost me a fortune. I only due Time & Material work now as so much stuff comes out of the factory that is no good.

  4. David Brown says:

    Converting the freezer into a fridge could have saved Lucy a lot of trouble on I love Lucy when she got trapped inside her walk in freezer. These people might not have Ricky to save them they get locked inside.

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