Replace a bad txv in a walk in cooler.

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27 thoughts on “Repair a walk in cooler

  1. Richard Boyle says:

    He's a Super Tech. Man I love to see you making that BendaDooski on the Pipeadooski for that TXVabooski. With a nice radius too.
    I could do it but it might have had a kink or two. And the Kinks I mean are not the old school Band.

  2. Manny says:

    Hey brother. I been following you for a while. I been in the trade since 2014 and watching your videos has helped me a lot. I’m a service tech in SoCal and i have to admit I’ve never seen flux be used to remove components, I’m going to try it out thanks for the tip

  3. Eassyheat/ Cooling says:

    How did you pull a vacuum before all the super-duper evacuation crap came out???
    IMO It's the placement of the micron gauge more than super size hoses and all the rest of the vacuum queen instructions.
    Thanks for the video!
    🍺🍺🍺🥃🥃🍿🎯
    Stay safe.
    Retired (werk'n)keyboard super tech. Wear your safety glasses!

  4. Jason Shepherd says:

    Great job Dave! Man I always learn something. I do like dedicated vacuum hoses I think they let me pull deeper but sometimes you can't get em on. So I put a core tool on the center port and pull through a larger hose to the manifold and I can blank off with the ball valve. Seems to work well if I trust the built in micron gauge.

  5. Terry Tugwood says:

    I’m sure your videos just get better and better Dave, this one must rank as one of the best, gas comparison, autopsy on the txv, improving ventilation in the loft space and tidying the vangina all in one video!! 👍👍

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