This was a late night service call while on call for a beer walk in cooler that was too warm. Found the unit low on refrigerant and conducted a refrigerant leak check with the Dtek leak detector from inficon. Walk in cooler down. WIC down.

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20 thoughts on “HVAC REFRIGERATION: Late Night Call WIC down and a Quick View of the Rack Room and E2 controller

  1. Familia Sanchez HVAC says:

    I got to give it up to you refrigeration guys. I don't know how you guys are able to focus with no sleep. I do a little refrigeration, but not much. Great video and thanks for showing us the life of a refrigeration tech.

  2. David R says:

    Understand about the no sleep, drove a transit bus for 22 year's and I remember being in the same boat as you, getting home at 1am from work and them calling at 4am because they need parts of runs covered, so you drag your behind in the shower and get dressed and show up at 5am to play let's make a deal, get done at 2pm drive home, get something to eat and crash into bed after turning the phone off

  3. Lynn L says:

    I'm super impressed by your knowledge and patience man. Not only are you thoroughly diagnosing equipment but explaining your process and recording it all at the same time. It's hard enough just staying lucid and troubleshooting at those hours. Much respect my friend. I was in the grocery store refrigeration game for about 4 years so I know how mentally taxing this is. Anyway keep up the good work sir you definitely represent our industry well. On a side note tell that grocery store manager a BEER cooler can wait till 7 AM. Just sayin.

  4. Terry Tugwood says:

    I wouldn’t call that an emergency call firstly it’s on a drinks chiller so no stock loss secondly it’s been alarming for 14 hours thirdly what about the safety of you and fellow road users ? No fridge is worth someone’s life

  5. m0fr3sh90 says:

    Nice video bro. I must say your a great tech, I've been in the field about 5 yrs and have an electro mechanical background so I know many guys out there are hacks. Not that you need my approval lol but I'm really impressed with your skill level seen many of your videos and enjoy em. Keep up the good work, but yea that 3am service calls I see you run, hats off to you man not for me 😂

  6. Trever Kirk says:

    Man I appreciate how hard you are working, but videos like this make it easy to imagine why you switched out of supermarket refrig. You got called out at 3am for a WIC at 38*F? Shouldve called the manager onsite and got that information, and reasoned with them that it'd be better handled in the morning. Lots of the time the night manager is just playing it safe, but will be easily convinced after talking to a tech. Low on charge but not flat? Do a quick visual inspection for large leaks, charge it up and have the office send out someone fresh in the morning. We all know that handling calls like you did is what is professional for regular buisness hours but you just diving head first into stuff like this is simply unnecessary.

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