Replacing a defrost time clock on a walk in cooler condensing unit
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20 thoughts on “Replace defrost time clock on a walk in cooler

  1. Juan Maldonado Jr. says:

    Dam you put up the best refrigeration videos on YouTube!

    I just put up a video from a whiles back feel free to watch and comment. Know you probably can't learn anything from a young gun like me but the supports nice!

  2. hardcooling says:

    Nice job Jim what about that voltage stick I don't trust those things anymore bro because one time it showed me that there was no voltage and I got a nice surprise. Nothing like A nice multimeter

  3. Bernard Sobbe says:

    Jim I appreciate all of your knowledge and appreciate every moment of explanation of what you are servicing but I couldn't read your gauges, I would like to learn as much as I can about refrigeration to broaden my horizons . I'm 63 now and I will never  be a Walmart greeter,I wish I started in refrigeration 25 years ago,I'm curious how old are you  ? 

  4. richard goonis says:

    been watching your videos for a long time, and today I replaced my first defrost time clock. Got to say you make it look easy but I did just fine thanks to you. thanks for being a great mentor and teacher.

  5. StackItUp1 says:

    Walk in cooler with a door that closes and a digital thermostat with 5-6 differential doesn't need a defrost. I think it's a better solution for reliability and efficiency. Cut in 42 and Cut out 36 with sensor on return.

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