ICED UP WALK-IN COOLER WITH HIDDEN PROBLEMS. Evaporator was frozen up with no clear reason to be found at first. My first step was to check the evaporator for proper air flow once the coil had melted. Then work my way back from there. The defrost clock, solenoid valve, pressure controls and so on.

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0:00 – Intro
0:07 – What’s the problem
0:36 – First Problem
1:20 – Outside Checks
4:05 – Melt Ice From Evap Coil
5:20 – I Don’t See Any Evidence Here
6:15 – Dirty Drains
7:30 Blow The Water Off
7:44 – Pressure Switch Adjustments
10:05 – Defrost Cock Problems
10:45 – Don’t Ignore the Warning!
11:02 – Closing Words
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36 thoughts on “ICED UP WALK-IN COOLER WITH HIDDEN PROBLEMS

  1. Mr Bugenhagen says:

    What is that thing wraped around the coil?
    It is Rick with sleeves rolled up ready for toil

    Full of ice and never cleaned
    PM service never intervened

    After some rather gymnastic feats
    it once again removes the heat

    Then Rick jumps up into his van
    drives away as fast as he can

  2. james hendry says:

    Man great video. It amazing that Something as simple as just doing some preventive maintenance could’ve solved all that. Thanks for sharing the knowledge I always get something out of your videos keep them coming.

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