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45 thoughts on “Refrigerator: Walk in Freezer with Defrost issues.

  1. Luzt says:

    Thank you.
    The wires were most probably damaged during brazing. Sloppy work from the previous tech. Lack of both knowledge and attention to detail on his part.

  2. Generation X Nation says:

    Those penn/Johnson controls temp probe…they are actually adjustable. I took off the dial and underneath there's a pin and a dial. You can recalibrate them if your in a pinch…close unuff anyway…😁
    If you get a trash one disect it and you'll see what I'm talking about

  3. Ralph Giampietro says:

    I believe That ranco control (the control that was giving you trouble)requires you to mount the sensing bulb on vertical piping it does make a difference since it is liquid charged will not sense correctly do to liquid migration. If you were to look closely at the bulb on the pigtail end I think where you would see the word TOP stamped in the bulb seen this many times

  4. Brian Pan says:

    Confused to why you need a controller to turn the heaters on. Doesn’t the time clock do that with 3 and N? Also, doesn’t the dtfd turn the fans on/off?

  5. ryan curtis says:

    4:36 red wire spade doesnt appear to be inserted all the wayon the ckntroller. Either screw loose or wire spade has fallen out of the controller. Could this have been part of the issue and not the controller itself?

  6. hg2 says:

    Not for beginners – kind of sketchy (I know, you're not a teacher, but your vids are good and many of us are learning the refer trade from them.)
    Any chance you could make a "version 2" of this with voiceovers at various key points to explain the function and problems with the various pieces of equipment?

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