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40 thoughts on “Refrigeration life #19. Defrost clocks and defrost cycle .

  1. earthling94 says:

    Great video for someone working on one and theyโ€™re in a bind and maybe need a quick reference. Explanation was good, I was interested in it because I donโ€™t do refrigeration, (strictly residential). Itโ€™s great to see different areas of the hvacr field which is mostly why I watch you, and other you tubers that do residential. I like to see how guys do their residential work and Iโ€™ve picked up a great deal of tips and tricks, techniques and sometimes even a better understand of this trade. That being said- even an arbitrary video may be and is; a whole new side of the trade for me and itโ€™s very interesting to see. I mean hell, Iโ€™ll watch a 20 minute video of you driving in the truck just talking! Or during a PM. About jobs. stories and experiences. Preferences. What to look out for, what to do, what not to do. (This is all suggestive of course!) Great videos as always man and thank you for posting!

  2. bogger0017 says:

    Great stuff! I only just picked up a screwdriver for the first time about a year and a half ago. In school for a year now and already doing sided work for a restaurant I work for. I still have a hard time translating wiring diagrams to the actual unit. You cant over explain these kinds of things. It helps!!

  3. Wes M says:

    Its hard for electricians, I walked one thhrough my last evap install and he still drilled his connector through the drain pan to wire it to the solenoid. Ah well things happen especially if you are unfamiliar, in a perfect world they would bring us power from the panel and let us wire the control circuit the way we wanted lol.

  4. hvac01453 says:

    frozen droplets on the ceiling, and a bit of an icy floor directly in front of the evaporator, when I see this I just turn around and order up a three wire. Is there anything else it could be? One problem I noted is that United only caries the 35F three wire FD flat bottomed switched (1071280) for the Trenton units. IAW Dick Wirz, "Commercial Refrigeration for AC mechanics", he says the cut in is about 21F, This would be great if it were so but!!!!! these Trenton units mount the sensor on the tube sheet end compartment sheet metal, not on the copper tubes. In so doing, it senses the sheet metal temp, not the coil temp and of course in a freezer, even in defrost its below 35F so the fan never delays. I have seen this in several style boxes. Not so common on the three wire delays that clip onto the bend. you must be seeing the same shit I am. Is there something else I should be looking aT. I had a friend that said a plugged pan "CAN" cause similar symptoms by boiling off the pan water and making a steam cloud in the box and then freeze it but I think that would look more like frozen frost everywhere. I've been thinking of wiring in an ICM delay on make in series for about 2 or three minutes . ICM says there good to -40F. My concern is about the wetness of the electronics in the compartment.

    your thoughts
    Mike

  5. Tshering Sherpa says:

    Awesome !!! bro, your video is really clear and plus u r explaining with wiring diagram that makes me understand better of how it function and what it does…thanks bro for sharing your knowledge.

  6. Travis Denver says:

    Yo! I'm also a refrigeration tech in denver. What would be great if you do it out there is explaining ice machines and hot gas valves ect. Get some knowledge out there. Love the videos keep it up !

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