New system installed 8-2-2013. On start up the unit ran for a few seconds and shut down. before we could throw the disconnect. The unit should run in the 30 amp range but the actual amperage was over 140. We immediately tested all wire connections, capacitors for openings and capacitance, relay operation and found nothing. Checked to see if the discharge valve was closed and it was not. Tested two other times and the second time the unit shook violently and sounded like and explosion, We then discussed among ourselves what could have happened and when Mark the other tech stated that the high side gauge maxed out we then determined that the factory left the rubber plug in the compressor and installed the service valve over it. This video is the actual investigation to see if this was possible, and of course it was.

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