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01:48 DISCONNECT ELECTRICAL
03:47 LOOK AT THE DAMAGE
06:26 IT’S NOT REPAIRABLE
10:05 FOAM TAPE SOLUTION
10:45 CLOSING HARDWARE
11:32 TRIM INSTALL
13:43 MANUFACTURING ERROR
16:34 SO FRESH AND SO CLEAN (WELL SORTA)
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36 thoughts on “THE WALK IN FREEZER DOOR IS ALL FROZEN

  1. t lech says:

    The root cause of moisture intrusion is the air leakage is what the customer and technicians need to understand.
    Warmth travels to cold higher humidity travels to lower humidity
    Any air leaks in the outer skin of the door frame or wall means air and moisture will travel in through that leak to condense on the inner cold wall turning into ice continuously adding moisture content.

    Control the flow of air and you control the flow of moisture.
    Cause damage to the wall or floor through abuse opening up intrusions in the air will flow condensating moisture than freezing turning into ice

    The customers lack of taking care of the problem at the first sign is the cause of the high expense of the repair.

    Like a leak in the roof of your house fix it right away and you’re done.

    Or wait a few years until your roof rafters are suffering from wood rot the joist of the ceiling that holds your sheet rock and your walls on the side of your house start rotting away or attracting termites.
    It could be couple dollars to a couple hundred dollars repair if you take care of it right away or it could be thousands or tens of thousands of dollars of repair if you wait it’s the individual’s choice and cause of the problem

  2. Silas Marner says:

    I just removed and replaced a ceiling vent fan in a bathroom. SEVEN trips up into the crawlspace with the blown in fiberglass later (and I'm a 60 year old arthritic man), it's done. I DEFINITELY feel for ya brother!

  3. Lutwin Barahona Acosta says:

    Dude, the tip about the shower with mist function it's good, today i defrosted the walk in freezer with a solid block of ice in the evaporator and that trick make my day easy 2hr after and tons of hot water, and that equipment it's kicking ass, now it's time to check why it was all frosted, one culprit could be the drain resistance it was disconnected by accident, well time it's the judge so it's time to just wait for it

  4. CrimFerret says:

    The worst part is if they'd been using best practices for maintenance, that box wouldn't have been damaged like that in the first place. It always takes too much time, or is too much of a bother though. Then they scream about the expense when they have to replace the whole thing when it should have lasted much longer.

  5. Chief T33 says:

    Replacing a freezer door on a walk in, I find that to be an oddity in you being an HVACR business. I would think that there are companies out there that specialize in such things.

  6. Just JR says:

    Wood-framed walk-in panels are much cheaper than plastic rail walk-in ones. Every panel/seam and especially corners are full of ice, the water isn't from mopping, lol. Currently most walk-in panel companies are on 20+ weeks for replacements, so what you are doing is the best option… at the moment.

  7. A Wilson says:

    I'm NOT an Expert, but it looks to me like they really need to completely replace the front wall and most of the floor of that freezer…

    Which means it's never gonna happen until and unless that Restaurant gets a DO THIS OR ELSE Nastygram from the City Health Department because the floor/wall is disintegrating and/or reeks of Mold and Mildew…

  8. A Wilson says:

    Customer calls you out for a complete box replacement, you tell them to call a Contractor and the Contractor call you out to at least pump the system down, recover the Charge and take the Evaporator (I think that's the section inside the Freezer Box itself) out so they can replace the box…

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