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29 thoughts on “LOW ON REFRIGERANT!

  1. Cody Lindstrom says:

    It seems like we can never carry enough refrigerant on the truck it's a good thing it had two systems! On the liquid line valve what it is the purpose of the cap the valves I use do not have that? Good work you make good videos.

  2. Kenny W says:

    You make really good videos, all of them.

    Just curios for newer Refrigeration EMS's in Supermarkets and Big Box Stores what manufacturers do you see the most (Emerson, Danfoss, Novar etc.).

    Also do you still see many of the TAC Com-Trol systems? I do several building automation and controls systems and one of our larger brands Schneider Electric they bought TAC and Invensys about 10 years ago but faded out the Com-Trol Refrigeration EMS. Looked like a decent system.

    Thank you

  3. poorman skint says:

    Good video.

    Quick question though, the system is 404 A and had a leak, so the remaining gas inside the system would have fractionated due to it being a zeotrope. So topping off isn't like topping off say R22, and eventually it may lead to poor system performance?

    I have always recovered and disposed of zeotropes from systems that have leaked and freshly charged them with virgin gas. I have been to them where leak repairs have been carried out, and the recovered gas charged back into the system with a top off. Only to find there is problems with cooling, or the compressor failing afterwards.

    Have you ever experienced this?

  4. Sal Castillo says:

    Thank you very much for your teaching God bless you I’ve been learning from your videos,hope you will keep making more of this , this videos are priceless, we know your time is very valuable, we appreciate your time , God Bless you for your good heart to teaching.

  5. Daniel Tsang says:

    I really think you should have recovered the charge and weighed in the 47.9 lbs as stated on the plate.

    At least I hope you did that when you went back to change the fan motor. Best would have been to recover, drain oil, add oil to spec, change drier, pressure check, evacuate, and charge to plate charge. I mean if you really were anal about it.

  6. Quentin Hanna says:

    Awesome videos as normal..👍🏾
    Question is Defrost. On independent systems such as that, have you found issues with ice buildup on any of the units if they are not done at the same time?

  7. dave sidoti says:

    Thank you very much for your videos,have been watching you for a year,have learned a lot from you,if you could please teach something on rack subcoolers,you tube videos seem to be only source for a tech to learn anything.

  8. Neilvester Victor says:

    good morning to you just want to ask the different brands you work on are the one paying for the training or the company you work for i am a hospital tech we replace the chillers with module one its will be a new experience for me thanks for all the help

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